Please email E2Tech - email@example.com - if your organization has a position open that would be of interest to our members.
Outreach Associate- Maine Green Power (3Degrees)
Maine Green Power (3Degrees) is looking for outgoing, passionate, and enthusiastic Outreach Associates to drive their community education and activation efforts through event promotion and outreach. Ideal candidates will be stellar communicators, have a good sense of humor, and share their vision for a sustainable world. As a certified B Corportaion, Maine Green Power (3Degrees) connects people with renewable energy on a massive scale- providing renewable energy and carbon offset solutions to Fortune 500 companies, utilities, universities, green building firms, and other organizations that are working to make their services and operations more sustainable. Be a part of a great team- click here for the full job description and to apply.
Climate & Clean Energy Outreach Coordinator - NRCM
Helps build support for NRCM and its initiatives by providing outreach and policy support primarily for the Climate & Clean Energy Project. Works with the Climate & Clean Energy Project Director and energy team to advance the goals of the project, and works with other teams (e.g. Federal Issues, outreach, communications) as needed to serve the strategic goals of the organization and the Advocacy projects in particular. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter by February 24, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit http://www.nrcm.org/contact/employment-opportunities/ for the full job description.
Energy Analyst Position- Competitive Energy Services
Competitive Energy Services, LLC (CES) is an established energy services firm that advises the commercial, industrial, institutional, and non-profit sectors in procuring electricity, natural gas, propane, residual oil, heating oil, biofuels, and green power supply. In addition to providing procurement options, CES offers a broad variety of strategic energy management services such as budgeting and forecasting, risk assessment and management, cogeneration and renewable energy generation feasibility studies, fuel conversion analyses, utility tariff negotiations, demand response analyses, and carbon footprint reduction. Click here for more information and application requirements for the position of Energy Analyst.
Communications & Community Outreach Manager- Cleantech Open Northeast (NECEC)
The Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC) is seeking a Communications & Community Outreach Manager for its Cleantech Open Northeast team. The Communications & Community Outreach Manager manages day-to-day operations of the accelerator program. Key responsibilities include communications (with mentors, cleantech entrepreneurs, and volunteers) and event organization. The position works in collaboration with the entire NECEC team, and under the direction of the Cleantech Open Northeast Director, manages a highly experienced network of volunteers across the region's community of top thought-leaders, investors, entrepreneurs, and business people in the cleantech industry throughout the Northeast region. This role allows the individual to contribute to the growth and success of cleantech startups across the region. Read the full job description for more information, and please send a cover letter and resume to Kathryn Elmes, NECEC Director, Cleantech Open Northeast (email@example.com) with the subject line "CTO Manager Application."
Director of New Product Launch - Pika Energy
Maine-based Pika Energy seeks an experienced Director of New Product Launch to commercialize advanced power electronics designs and to accelerate our growth in the solar market. The successful candidate will have demonstrated the ability to launch complex, high-performance electronic products, and will bring the leadership and experience to manage project timelines, review electrical and mechanical designs for manufacturability, lead technical transfer into production, and manage vendor relationships to scale up while driving out cost. And they will improve the Pika team's overall hacky sack level. Read the full job description here.
Finance & Administrative Assistant, Natural Resources Council of Maine
The Natural Resources Council of Maine, the state’s leading environmental advocacy organization, seeks a professional and motivated individual to assist with accounting and administrative tasks at our Augusta office.
The Finance and Administrative Assistant will be responsible for performing a wide range of tasks. Responsibilities include accounting activities: processing accounts payable, managing journal entries, handling deposits and cash receipts, and payroll. Additional responsibilities include managing all incoming general telephone calls and greeting visitors, assist with facility maintenance, and other administrative tasks.
For a full job description go to www.nrcm.org. Send cover letter and resume to Kathy Thompson, 3 Wade Street Augusta, ME 04330 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Qualified resumes will be accepted until December 16, 2016. No phone calls please.
Full-Time Advertising Sales & Marketing Professional - The Sunrise Guide
Outstanding opportunity for an experienced sales & marketing professional to join our advertising sales team. The SunriseGuide is a locally-owned media company that serves the healthy & sustainable lifestyle market in Maine. Our titles include The SunriseGuide, the Green & Healthy Maine Homesmagazine, and the Green & Healthy Maine Visitors Guide.
The successful candidate will be an organized, friendly, creative problem solver, with a fire in your belly for reaching your goals. You are passionate about helping Maine’s healthy, local and green businesses to grow and prosper. You have demonstrated experience identifying, cold calling, developing and closing prospect accounts. You are familiar with businesses in the region, possess excellent customer service skills, and have a positive attitude (the glass is definitely half full).
Particular attention will be paid to candidates with interest, passion and experience in alternative energy, sustainable building and design, natural foods, holistic health & wellness and other sustainable lifestyle topics. Requires proficiency with basic office computer systems.
We provide an excellent network of leads and sales support. Compensation is a generous base plus commission. Position based in our bright & sunny, conveniently-located office in downtown Portland. Parking provided. Must be able to provide your own transportation.
To express your interest, please email resume and cover letter outlining your applicable experience and how you meet qualifications noted above, along with the names of 3 references (to email@example.com). Please be sure to include why a position at The SunriseGuide is a good fit for you as well as your interest and experience with the green & healthy lifestyle market. See the job description here.
Several Positions - ReVision Energy
Want to be part of the solution? ReVision Energy is looking to grow their team of motivated and highly skilled solar professionals. They foster a safe and positive work environment where all employees have an opportunity to do professional, meaningful work. As a team, they're working to reduce fossil fuel dependence and CO2 emissions while operating a sustainable business.
Revision Energy believes in treating people fairly - expecting the same in return - and in rewarding people for their dedication and exemplary work. If you're career-minded, have a can-do attitude and are passionate about making Maine and New Hampshire a less oil-dependent place, then contact ReVision today!
Current positions open in Maine and New Hampshire include:
Several Maine-Based Positions - Cianbro
Cianbro is hiring for several positions in Maine:
Visit the Cianbro website for more information on these and other jobs.
Paid Internships- University of Maine's Foster Center for Student Innovation
The University of Maine's Foster Center for Student Innovation is seeking motivated, innovative Maine college students that want to make a difference in the state through the Innovate for Maine Fellows program. This program offers paid internships that place students with companies to receive real-world job experience and training in innovation and entrepreneurship. Other benefits for interns include potential academic credit and networking opportunities with Maine business leaders. The Innovate for Maine Fellows program is open to students who are matriculated in a degree program, attending any college in Maine, or residents attending college elsewhere. For more information, including application materials, check out the Innovate for Maine Fellows webpage.
Future Global Leaders Internship Program - Maine International Trade Center (Summer 2017)
Ready to Work Customized Training - Maine Career Centers
Contact Your local CareerCenter or Ready2Work Program Manager Kimberly Campbell today at 623-7935 or firstname.lastname@example.org and ask how Ready2Work can help you. Read the full brochure here.