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Ohio Environmental Council. |
|Experience Required:||2-3 years|
|State/Province:||OH - Ohio|
The Ohio Environmental Council (OEC) seeks a contractor to support the OEC’s Cleveland area energy efficiency program development efforts, including policy research and advocacy, communication with local policy makers, stakeholder engagement and coordination, and facilitation of a policy focused coalition.
Position description: The Energy Efficiency Program Director will support the OEC’s Air and Energy Program Director on specific Cleveland-focused energy efficiency policy efforts. The Energy Efficiency Program Director will advocate for effective energy efficiency policy and financing opportunities in Cleveland, and will work to develop the support of traditional and non-traditional allies for a policy effort. Work on the project should focus on the maintenance of an effective political coalition, the engagement of City and local leaders, and the development of strong, effective, nationally leading local energy efficiency solutions.
The OEC is looking for on-the-ground energy efficiency deployment and investment, and wishes to look beyond discussion and debate towards the realization of an effective local program with community support and buy in, that others in the state and region can look to as a strong example of community leadership.
Specifically, the Energy Efficiency Program Director will help to implement the OEC’s local energy efficiency agenda through the following activities:
Qualifications: The Energy Efficiency Program Director must have significant analytic, communication, and leadership qualities with demonstrated skills or aptitudes in research, policy development, advocacy, and outreach. Knowledge and understanding of energy efficiency measures, methods and policy is important. Strong networking and relationship development skills are a necessity, as is an entrepreneurial and positive attitude. Familiarity with legislative and executive processes and personalities, knowledge of environmental and conservation issues, and experience in a public sector work environment are preferred.
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references to:
Sunday, March 31, 2013