TEMPORARY, GRANT FUNDED POSITION (18 MONTHS)
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the Job):
The City of Boston's Environment Department is looking for a driven individual to increase energy efficiency and renewable energy in Boston buildings. The Climate and Energy Outreach Program Coordinator will be responsible for managing energy efficiency programs and developing new strategies to make clean energy more accessible, particularly for Boston residents and small businesses, implementing and expanding existing outreach strategies, creating more opportunities for participation in energy programs, and researching policies that support those goals. The right candidate will be a strong communicator and problem-solver. The coordinator must be also be comfortable working across teams and developing relationships with external partners.
The City’s energy efficiency and renewable energy programs, including Renew Boston, are essential components of the City’s Climate Action Plan and Mayor Walsh’s carbon-neutrality initiative. In partnership with Mass Save, Eversource, and National Grid, the Environment Department educates and connects Boston’s residents and businesses with energy efficiency and renewable energy resources such as energy assessments and incentive programs for insulation work and heating system replacements.
The Climate and Energy Outreach Program Coordinator will work closely with the Climate and Buildings Program Manager and the Greenovate Program Manager to develop and implement new and innovative outreach strategies for energy programs, online and offline. The Fellow should be just as comfortable developing a digital marketing campaign as the fellow is leading a community workshop.
BOSTON RESIDENCY REQUIRED.
Union/Salary Plan/Grade: Non Graded $56,000/year
Hours per week: 35