Welcome to the E2Tech Job Board! Please email email@example.com if your organization has a position open that would be of interest to our members. Thank you.
Current jobs are below, followed by some old positions to give a flavor of what is available in Maine
Policy Advisor, Environmental and Community Affairs - ISO New England
Under the direction of the Director, External Affairs, this position is responsible for monitoring and analyzing federal and state public policies related to energy and environmental affairs with a focus on engagement with policymakers, regulators and the public on environmental justice and community energy issues.
Energy Analyst - Competitive Energy Services, LLC, Portland ME
CES is seeking applications for the role of Energy Analyst. After an initial training period spent assisting other members of the CES Analytics Team on projects and developing a foundational knowledge of energy market concepts, you will work as part of a cross-department team serving specific clients and projects, working directly to solve our clients’ energy needs, while deepening your content and technical expertise and taking advantage of opportunities to pursue specific areas of interest. As an Analyst you are responsible for work product arising from your assigned clients and projects.
Founded in 2000 by career energy professionals, Competitive Energy Services, LLC (CES) is committed to helping commercial and institutional energy consumers meet their long-term energy and sustainability goals. CES offers a broad variety of strategic energy procurement and management services that are unparalleled in the marketplace, including solar PV, net metering, cogeneration, demand response, sustainability planning, multi-fuel strategies, and demand management. Serving a diverse portfolio of clients from Atlantic Canada to California with energy expenditures in excess of $2.0 billion, CES advises clients from every sector on the full range of energy market issues. Each of our clients has different needs, goals, and logistical challenges, and understanding these unique factors is at the foundation of our approach to energy management. As a privately held firm with no affiliate relationships, we are always 100% commodity, supplier, and technology neutral, and put the interest of our clients first and foremost in the process, providing transparent, honest information to help our clients make the best decisions for their needs. We are essential to the success of our clients, and have built our reputation on our unmatched experience, communication, and innovative thinking.
Energy Project Manager - College of the Atlantic
College of the Atlantic seeks a full-time, temporary (18-month) Energy Project Manager to join the Community Energy Center. The successful candidate will be highly organized and detail-oriented with the ability to work collaboratively with faculty, staff, and students to lead a community-based energy upgrade program. The Energy Project Manager will oversee and support students conducting home energy audits on Great Cranberry Island for the 2024 summer and in other locations in Maine in 2025. A college degree in engineering, physics, environmental science, or another field related to renewable energy or energy conservation is preferred, although we also welcome candidates with five or more years of construction experience, particularly those with a plumbing, VAC/refrigeration, or electrical license.
The salary range for this position is $50,000-$60,000/year, based on experience. This position is funded for 18 months and may be extended if additional funding becomes available. Benefits include health, dental, and life insurances, retirement, vacation, and tuition relief for employees and dependents. Housing for summer 2024 on Great Cranberry Island will be provided.
A full job description is available here. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references electronically to David Gibson, Director of Energy, firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Application for Energy Project Manager’ in the subject line. Applications will be considered until the position is filled, but for full consideration, please submit materials no later than February 29, 2024.
Energy Policy Analyst (Public Service Coordinator II) - Governor's Energy Office, Augusta, ME
The Energy Policy Analyst – Markets and Procurement serves as a key staff person in the Governor's Energy Office (GEO). The GEO is the state of Maine’s designated energy office and primary advisor to the Governor on energy issues. Meeting Maine’s ambitious climate and clean energy requirements will require the expansion and development of existing and new renewable energy industries. The Governor’s Energy Office will play a critical role in ensuring that these activities are cost effective and beneficial for Maine people and businesses. The Analyst provides support and analysis on topics related to energy markets and procurement, with an emphasis on the development of long-term contracting and other procurement mechanisms of clean energy technologies in Maine including offshore wind and energy storage. This position will play an important role to facilitate the GEO’s procurement responsibilities through thoughtful, data-driven analysis, partnerships with other states, and working with stakeholders. The Analyst will report to the Policy and Markets Program Manager and coordinate closely with the Offshore Wind Program Manager and the GEO senior leadership.
Chief Operating Office - Gulf of Maine Research Institute
The Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) seeks a dynamic, innovative, and strategic leader to serve as the next Chief Operating Officer (COO). Reporting to the new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the COO will advance GMRI’s mission of developing and delivering collaborative solutions to global ocean challenges and lead the internal operations of GMRI, working with the team of operations professionals to strengthen systems and processes in support of the organization’s growth as GMRI enters its next era of impact.
The Gulf of Maine Research Institute’s mission is to develop and deliver collaborative solutions to global ocean challenges. This independent, objective nonprofit organization is dedicated to the resilience of the Gulf of Maine ecosystem and the communities that depend on it. GMRI leverages the Gulf of Maine to test and develop solutions to ocean challenges around the world. The organization collaborates with stakeholders to support healthy ocean ecosystems, a thriving blue economy, sustainable seafood, and climate-resilient coastal communities. GMRI has grown rapidly over the past two decades, emerging as one of the region’s most respected institutions due to its strategic approach, program impact, and the exceptional caliber and commitment of its staff, senior management team, and board of directors. The organization has a proven track record of recruiting and empowering its thoughtful, entrepreneurial, and tenacious staff of approximately 90 experts and is committed to being a world-class employer of choice.
Director - Climate & AI Incubator at The Roux Institute at Northeastern University
The Roux Institute’s Venture Creation and Acceleration platform supports high-growth ventures and founders that have the potential to fundamentally alter the way we live and work for the better.
As part of our mission to catalyze and grow the Clean Energy sector in Maine, we have partnered with the Governor’s Energy Office to launch the state’s first Climate Incubator, located on the Roux Institute’s state-of-the-art campus in Portland, Maine. The incubator will focus support on startups that are harnessing the power of AI and Data Science to solve our world’s most pressing climate challenges.
As the founding Director of the Incubator, you will be responsible for turning the bold vision we have outlined into a thriving and world-class incubator for clean energy companies. You will work closely with our partners and the Roux Institute Entrepreneurship Team to operationalize a suite of services and equipment that align with the needs of Clean Energy start-ups. You will work with Roux Institute leadership to bring the full force of Northeastern’s Research and Learning capabilities, particularly in Artificial Intelligence, to create a unique and compelling value proposition to startups we serve. The Director will play an active role in company recruitment, ensuring we have high levels of membership in the incubator as well as strong company retention. The Director will be responsible for securing sponsorships and developing the funding sources that add value to startups while also ensuring long-term financial sustainability of the incubator.
Program Specialists at Efficiency Maine Trust
The Efficiency Maine Trust (“Efficiency Maine” or “the Trust”) is the administrator for programs to improve the efficiency of energy use and reduce greenhouse gases in Maine. Efficiency Maine serves all sectors and all regions of the state. Its suite of programs provides consumer information and financial incentives for the purchase of high-efficiency, clean-energy products. Key elements of the Maine Climate Council’s climate action plan are implemented by Efficiency Maine. The Trust is an independent, quasi-state agency. More information on Efficiency Maine can be found at efficiencymaine.com.
This position has professional development opportunities that provide training and experience necessary to become a program manager. Good communication, research and computer skills are a must. Experience with project management and an interest in energy and Efficiency Maine’s mission are helpful. This position contributes to a dynamic, fast-paced, mission-driven work environment.Learn more and apply
Electric Power Cooperative General manager
The Isle au Haut Electric Power Company (PoCo) serves the unbridged island of Isle au Haut, Maine(www.isleauhautmaine.us). Isle au Haut lies in Penobscot Bay 5 miles from the Town of Stonington on Deer Isle. Isle au Haut has a year round population of 70 and an additional approximately 300 seasonal residents.
The Isle au Haut Electric Power Cooperative (PoCo) seeks a General Manager to lead the Cooperative’s operations. The position is part-time. Hours for the position are flexible and allow for other work on/off island if approved. As the Cooperative develops new customer installations and future power generation sources, the General Manager will be asked to assume further responsibility for that development with commensurate increase in compensation. Also the Town of Isle au Haut is nearing completion of a municipally owned fiber to the home network. There is opportunity for a motivated individual for training and billable work to service the on island internet infrastructure. Anyone interested should send a current resume and request for telephone conversation to Bill Chamberlin (Board President, email@example.com) and / or Bryan Carroll (General manager, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Project Manager / Senior Project Geologist
Are you searching for a new opportunity to join a growing 100% employee-owned company that offers professional development opportunities, values an excellent work life balance and giving back to your community? Are you looking for a team environment that collaborates well together, works hard, and has fun while doing so? If so, check out this opportunity to become an employee-owner of Haley Ward, one of the Best Places to Work in Maine™ & one of the Best Firms to Work For™ in the country!
Haley Ward is looking for a Project Manager/Senior Project Geologist for our Saco, Maine office. Working with the geology team and various project teams, the Project Manager/Senior Project Geologist will provide guidance and recommendations to clients related to State and Federal regulatory requirements, identifying resolution options and/or developing creative solutions to meet the project objectives. Projects may include, but are not limited to, subsurface investigations, Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, groundwater investigations, contaminated media remediation, geophysical surveys, and management of participation in State or Federal clean-up programs.Learn more and apply
Solid Waste Engineer
Are you searching for a new opportunity to join a growing 100% employee-owned company that offers professional development opportunities, values an excellent work life balance and giving back to your community? Are you looking for a team environment that collaborates well together, works hard, and has fun while doing so? If so, check out this opportunity to become an employee-owner of Haley Ward, one of the Best Places to Work in Maine™ & one of the Best Firms to Work For™ in the country! AND, as an added benefit, we are currently offering a $4,000 signing bonus!
Haley Ward is seeking a highly motivated and skilled Solid Waste Engineer to join our team. The Solid Waste Engineer will be responsible for designing and implementing waste management systems, ensuring compliance with regulations, and providing technical expertise in waste disposal and recycling. This role requires strong problem-solving abilities and a deep understanding of waste management principles.Learn more and apply
Full Stack Developer Position
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, data management and collection, risk assessment and management, and carbon footprint reduction.
CES is seeking a Full Stack Developer to administer data integration and access for several products which track our clients' energy usage and cost. Initial responsibilities include the following: Assist with the guidance, design, and implementation of scalable database schemas as well as web/cloud based UI, APIs, and portals. Provide ongoing maintenance and process improvements for data initiatives. Maintain the quality of data sets used in reporting (e.g., developing methods to perform data integrity checks). The Full Stack Developer will also be expected to assist in further development of the Variance Tracker and Solar Audit products. Additional responsibilities include creating account level data access for internal stakeholders. Send a cover letter and resume in PDF format to Lynn Gallagher at email@example.com to apply.
Solar O&M Specialist based in Maine
Our growing company, RunTime Solar, a division of Norwich Technologies, seeks an individual with strong organizational and troubleshooting skills to perform service work, warranty work and O&M duties throughout Maine, and into New Hampshire and Vermont. These existing Photovoltaic (PV) Systems, installed by Norwich Technologies and others, range from 1 KW to multiple MW, including both ground-mounted and roof-mounted residential, commercial, industrial, and utility-scale grid-tied systems. This position will be responsible for troubleshooting, maintenance, documenting, and tracking assignments until completion as well as data analysis using online monitoring platforms. This full-time position includes a salary commensurate with experience, along with a robust benefit package offering health care, vacation, dental, vision and disability insurance, and retirement savings opportunities.
Temporary Outreach Organizer - NRCM
The Natural Resources Council of Maine (NRCM) is dedicated to protecting Maine’s natural resources, promoting sustainable practices, and supporting Maine’s communities. We are seeking a highly motivated and passionate individual to join our team as a temporary Outreach Organizer. This position plays a critical role in supporting and implementing advocacy campaigns and initiatives on behalf of NRCM.
The Outreach Organizer will help build public support for advocacy campaigns by mobilizing and engaging supporters, stakeholders, and community members to advocate for our campaigns. This position will primarily be working with the Healthy Waters and Forests & Wildlife programs but will have the opportunity to assist in other areas as well. This position requires several days working from the Augusta office. Travel and some evening and weekend hours for events are required. This is a six-month position with the possibility of extension.
Civil Engineer - St Germain
St.Germain is a Maine-based, locally owned firm based in Westbrook, Maine, and we are growing! We are seeking a motivated, self-starting Civil Engineer dedicated to providing quality design and consulting services. St.Germain has been in business for almost 30 years and has become a leader in innovative projects that have led our clients to use our services again and again. Our team is hard-working, outgoing, and we seek the same in you! St.Germain is a multi-discipline firm, with service areas in engineering, environmental consulting, and health and safety. You will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of solid waste, energy, commercial and senior housing projects, that include site design, permitting, project management, and much more.
The Civil Engineer’s specific responsibilities may include Scheduling and coordinating various phases of engineering work; Stormwater modeling, best management practice (BMP) design, and utility layout; Site design and drafting using AutoCAD Civil 3D; Preparing technical design specifications; Contractor and construction site oversight; and Preparing technical documents, presentations, and reports.
Senior Geologist - St Germain
St.Germain has an immediate opening for a Senior Geologist. The successful candidate will be integral in meeting a growing demand from existing clients for a wide range of environmental consulting services. This is an excellent opportunity to step into a leadership position with a great company well-positioned to advance and expand business in the environmental consulting arena.
We are looking for a proven leader in the industry who has the ability to be a technical lead for environmental investigations and monitoring. The individual in this position will demonstrate a high degree of initiative, the ability to look at the big picture with respect to serving in our clients’ best interests efficiently and cost-effectively, and the ability to coach and mentor to assist with the growth and development of environmental professionals in our firm. This person will enjoy the diversity of clients and projects, embracing our firm’s culture to promote environmental compliance and protection of the environment and employee safety standards.
This position is for someone who is up for challenges and interested in growing their career within a successful, high quality, safety-conscious, socially responsible, and established company.
Project Finance Associate - Encore
Location: Burlington, VT or Remote (East Coast Preferred)
Posted : 6/23/23
We are looking to hire a Project Finance Associate eager to join a dynamic and growing renewable energy development/IPP team. Seeking mission-driven candidates with proven renewable energy financial analysis experience to help manage corporate and project finance activities across the company. If you fit this description and are interested in exploring this opportunity with us, please let us know.
VP of People & Talent - Encore
Location: Burlington, VT preferred (location negotiable)
We are looking to hire a Vice President of People & Talent passionate about renewable energy and climate advocacy with significant human resource management experience to oversee the company’s People & Talent area. If you fit this description and are interested in speaking with a rapidly growing leader in the solar and energy storage project development vertical of the clean energy economy, please let us know.
Advocacy Associate - NRCM
The Natural Resources Council of Maine (NRCM) is dedicated to protecting Maine's natural resources, promoting sustainable practices, and supporting Maine’s communities. We are seeking a highly motivated and passionate individual to join our team as an Advocacy Associate. This position offers an exciting opportunity to contribute to meaningful environmental campaigns and make a difference in Maine.
The Advocacy Associate supports NRCM’s engagement with our grassroots activists, communities, and elected officials. They provide logistical support for outreach events and administrative support and document preparation for advocacy program staff. The position is best suited for working in NRCM’s Augusta office at least several days a week. The anticipated start date for this position is early to mid-October, 2023.
For consideration, please submit both a cover letter and resume by August 18, 2023. Applicants who need an alternative way to submit materials may email them as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to NRCM, Attention HR, 3 Wade Street, Augusta, ME 04330.
Assistant Director of Special Projects - Department of Labor - Office of the Commissioner
Maine’s broadband, construction, clean energy, and related infrastructure sectors are expanding with the infusion of federal funds through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan and Inflation Reduction Act. This unprecedented funding opportunity calls attention to the need for a robust and trained workforce to complete these projects successfully and advance Maine’s climate and infrastructure development goals.
In support of these growing sectors, this position will lead infrastructure workforce policy development; planning and coordination across multiple state agencies, workforce development partners, and other key stakeholders; and, assist in the implementation of these plans.
This position is funded through the Maine Jobs and Recovery Plan to December 2024. The initial appointment coincides with the State fiscal year, which ends in June 2024. The Department intends to extend the position to December 2024 to coincide with the end of the funding. While the position is set for 18 months, the individual in this position can have a measurable impact on both Maine’s workforce and these important infrastructure sectors during that time.
Utility Analyst - (Public Service Coordinator III) Multiple Vacancies
The Maine Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) is seeking candidates interested in a rewarding public service career as a Utility Analyst within the Commission’s Electric & Natural Gas Division. Utility Analysts provide expert analysis and advise and support the MPUC Commissioners. The analysts will be involved in major Commission cases and related processes involving these energy sectors with a focus on relevant technical or financial issues.
In this role you can expect to:
Investigate and provide analysis of electric and gas utility filings such as requests for rate increases, various annual filings, grid planning priorities, and interconnection issues; analyze proposals submitted in various renewable energy procurements, including participating in contract negotiations with successful bidders; participate in various stakeholder processes and rulemaking proceedings; participate in other MPUC proceedings as necessary.
Request and synthesize data and other information from various sources, including from the utilities, to draw conclusions and form the basis for recommendations. Maintain workpapers and other documentation supporting conclusions and recommendations.
Research, interpret and apply applicable laws, Commission rules, regulatory principles and Commission precedent.
Prepare various Commission reports including staff analyses, Recommended Decisions and reports to the legislature.
(The above is a representative list and should not be interpreted as all-inclusive.)
A career at the MPUC offers the opportunity to do challenging work that directly impacts all Mainers. This position offers a hybrid work schedule (remote and in-office at the Commission’s Hallowell, Maine office). In-house and professional training opportunities are available.Learn more and apply.
OLD POSTINGS TO GET A FLAVOR OF WHAT CAN BE AVAILABLE IN MAINE
Island Institute - Senior Community Development Officer - Clean Energy
Island Institute has an exciting career opportunity for an experienced professional to join our team as Senior Community Development Officer – Clean Energy. This position brings substantial expertise, networks, and experience to deliver on the Institute’s strategic priorities related to supporting clean energy transitions, with a focus on rural/remote communities and heritage industry sectors. This role helps develop and implement annual workplans related to specific clean energy or climate strategies, including grant-specific deliverables.
The Senior Community Development Officer – Clean Energy leads the Island Institute’s Clean Energy team, providing direct supervision to team members. The team works to build energy resilience, in partnership with businesses and communities through community-based, nationally leading models for supporting clean energy transitions. The team supports communities and small businesses in understanding and connecting with technical experts in microgrids, storage, solar, energy efficiency, and other areas.
This work also requires extensive communication between community stakeholders, technical experts and multi-disciplinary leaders to ensure linkages across key community priorities including transportation, broadband, and the sustainability of small businesses.
Senior Project Engineer - Encore Renewable Energy
Encore Renewable Energy is currently seeking a highly motivated individual with the skills, experience and aptitude to serve as a Sr. Project Engineer. The successful candidate will work with our Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Team in support of the screening, development, design and implementation of successful projects.
The Sr. Project Engineer will be responsible for supporting the engineering team in all the Company’s various engineering related activities associated with the design of community scale solar and energy storage projects. This is a high-skill level position, requiring an experienced and talented professional who can fit in well with the Encore culture ofproductivity, growth, and performance. The Sr. Project Engineer will report to the VP of Engineering.
Encore is a dynamic, high-growth, team-oriented, entrepreneurial company. We want colleagues who are committed to a triple bottom line of people, planet, profit, and who are willing to take on responsibilities outside of their comfort zone.
COMPOSITE BOAT BUILDING INSTRUCTOR - The Landing School
Position: Program Instructor in the Composite Boat Building Program at the Landing School. This position is a full-time, permanent position, functioning within the direct supervision of the Director of Education, hired by the President of the School.
Objective: The Composite Boat Building curriculum is designed to provide students with a structured learning environment in which they can become knowledgeable and proficient in the practical application of the fundamental principles of construction and manufacturing techniques in the composites industry, primarily focused on the Marine Trades Industry
The program instructs students in the fabrication of composite components and the construction of commercial products, including small, modern boats, using various non-wood materials such as fiberglass, carbon fiber, Kevlar, and natural fibers such as flax.
Teaching students how to work on and complete projects on schedule with a high level of quality are primary goals. Projects for the school may vary from year to year but will always include a boat build and associated tooling.
NORTH HAVEN SUSTAINABLE HOUSING - Part-time Executive Director
North Haven Sustainable Housing (NHSH) was established as a non-profit in 2005 with a mission to provide affordable housing opportunities to help sustain the year-round island community on North Haven, one of Maine’s fourteen unbridged island communities that lies in Penobscot Bay about twelve miles east of Rockland. It is served by a Maine Department of Transportation ferry that makes three round-trip passages a day from Rockland year-round. The current year-round population based on 2020 census data is 417 residents. The island hosts at least another 1,000 seasonal residents, both homeowners and renters, during the summer months.
NHSH seeks an Executive Director (ED) with a passion for the organization’s mission as well as demonstrated leadership skills, particularly in the areas of fundraising, financial management, and community outreach. The ED reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for overall strategic direction, fundraising and finance, organizational performance management, board and donor relations, networking, and staff support and management.
ReVision Energy - Multiple postings
ReVision Energy is an employee-owned solar company on a mission to build a better, cleaner future and empower our communities to do the same. We are growing our team of motivated, highly skilled solar professionals and redefining what it means to be a business for good along the way.
As a team, we are working to reduce fossil fuel dependence while alleviating the economic and social injustices amplified by the climate crisis. If you’re ready to learn, have a can-do attitude, and are passionate about making New England less oil-dependent and more equitable for all, explore our open positions below and join the fight for our future.
Cadmus – Multiple postings
Cadmus is a strategic and technical consultancy compelled to help solve the world's most challenging problems with focus areas that include energy, water, transportation, and resilience. We have multiple open positions, many of which are location flexible (click into the job postings to see if it is open to remote work).
If you are passionate about strengthening society and the natural world, are looking for a vibrant, collegial, and flexible work environment that lets you take on important problems and deliver meaningful solutions, and are also willing to go the extra mile to deliver extraordinary results to our clients, we want to hear more. We offer competitive compensation, outstanding health care and retirement benefits, a vibrant and collaborative work environment, and opportunities for professional growth.
Maine Renewable Energy Association - Executive Director
The Maine Renewable Energy Association (MREA) is a not-for-profit association of renewable energy producers, suppliers of goods and services to those producers, and other supporters of this industry.
Our power producer members sustainably manufacture electricity from solar, wind, hydro, biomass and tidal. MREA represents the renewable power industry at the Maine State Legislature, before the Maine Public Utilities Commission, and on other matters of importance to members, as needed.
MREA leads the local and statewide policy debate on renewable energy generation in Maine and works to ensure its efforts are united with those of its member companies. Acting as the eyes and ears of the industry is what MREA does best; recognizing its most valued asset is the vast knowledge, experience, and ingenuity of its membership.
The MREA Executive Director (ED) runs the day-to-day operations of MREA, in conjunction with the MREA Deputy Director. The ED oversees all legislative, regulatory and communications efforts on behalf of the industry in Maine. The ED will often be asked to advocate before various elected state officials, state regulatory agencies and engage frequently with Maine media outlets.
Sevee & Maher Engineers, Inc. – Multiple postings
SME is growing and we're always looking for new talent to join our team.
SME is an accomplished team of 90+ experienced and talented professionals providing environmental and civil engineering consulting services to clients nationwide. From permitting solar farms to cleaning up environmental hazards, managing society’s waste, and developing sustainable solutions, SME’s employees share a common goal of assisting our clients in the protection of human and environmental health. SME combines strong technical expertise in hydrogeology and environmental, civil, wastewater, geotechnical, and chemical engineering with innovative technologies to provide cutting-edge solutions to real-world challenges. SME is based in Cumberland, Maine, and has regional offices in greater Atlanta, Chicago, and Phoenix.
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Burns & McDonnell - Multiple postings
Burns & McDonnell is a family of companies made up of more than 8,000 engineers, architects, construction professionals, scientists, consultants and entrepreneurs. As a 100% employee-owned firm, each of our professionals brings an ownership mentality to the projects we work on.
Our Portland staff supports the full range of engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting solutions we provide across the region. As one of the top 10% of A/E firms in the U.S., we're proud to build our presence in the heart of Portland’s historic Old Port. From our work in electrical transmission/distribution planning and design to the environmental and technology initiatives we're known for, we're ready and growing to take on the full range of infrastructure and facility’s needs.
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Electrical Consultants Inc. - Multiple Postings
Electrical Consultants Inc. is an engineering and design/build firm with a focus on renewable power interconnection and generation projects. ECI has 30 offices with 750 employees from coast to coast, and we are growing our Maine based team of 40+ professionals. If you are a talented professional with power engineering, design, system integration, or project management experience please contact us today!
Multiple Postings - TRC Solutions, Inc.
TRC Solutions, Inc., a publicly traded design, engineering, and environmental consulting firm with over 4,000 employees and 100 offices nationwide, is hiring in Augusta, Maine. TRC serves a broad range of government and industry clients in implementing complex projects within the energy, environmental, infrastructure, and pipeline services markets.
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