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Energy Program Manager
North Dakota Department of Commerce

The Energy Program Manager will manage federally funded state energy efficiency programs and provide administrative, professional, and fiscal leadership for the federally funded state energy programs at the Department of Commerce. The Energy Program Manager will develop, evaluate, and implement program management policies and procedures, interpret federal and state regulations relating to oversight of the state energy efficiency programs, and identify, analyze, and track state and federal legislation. Please click here for more information and to apply.


Chief Executive Officer
Building Performance Institute

Building Performance Institute (BPI) is seeking an experienced, strategic, and forward-thinking individual to serve as Chief Executive Officer. The Chief Executive officer will lead the organization toward a future that includes thriving home performance businesses and training centers, economic opportunity for contractors and professionals, and improved housing stock for our nation. The new CEO will champion BPI’s values in advancing equity and quality in the home performance industry.

The successful candidate will combine the ability to leverage partnerships and collaborations, a keen eye for market opportunity, deep respect for integrity in certification and standards development, and a commitment to excellence in building science. Candidates should review the complete BPI CEO position profile for qualifications and responsibilities, then submit a resume and letter of interest Candidates from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.


Manager, Energy Policy
Smart Electric Power Alliance

The Energy Policy Manager is a key member of the Policy Research & Industry Strategy team at SEPA, ensuring members have access to data, research, and facilitation for the electric power industry’s transition to a clean grid. Responsibilities include developing clean energy policy research, analyzing national energy policy issues, speaking at conferences, engaging stakeholders, and leading client projects to advance SEPA’s mission. This role offers opportunities to expand expertise and build a reputation in the electric industry, potentially including supervision of junior staff. To learn more, please apply here.


Senior Energy Policy Specialist (Sustainable Fuels)
Washington State Department of Commerce

The 2021 State Energy Strategy and Commerce’s 2024 Green Hydrogen and Renewable Fuels legislative report identify a role for sustainable fuels in meeting the state’s energy and climate objectives. The Senior Energy Policy Specialist will work within the Office of Renewable Fuels within the Energy Policy Office to provide policy recommendations and analysis and engage proactively on developing a comprehensive and strategic market for sustainable fuels in Washington. To learn more and apply, click here.