About the PositionThe Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) seeks an Operations Manager to advance change at the intersection of clean energy, equity, and inclusion by collaborating with colleagues and partners to develop funding proposals and recruit diverse talent to IREC. This position will provide the opportunity to learn about and contribute to critical nonprofit management functions. The Operations Manager will be closely involved with proposal development, digital fundraising, employee recruitment, and occasional events. The successful candidate will possess a proactive work style with strong follow-up skills and the desire to learn from experienced colleagues. Click here to view the full posting!
JOB SUMMARY The Executive Director serves as the chief administrator of both the organization as a whole and the weatherization program itself, providing leadership, and directing and overseeing all functions of NETO in accordance with goals and policies set by the Board of Directors. Direct reports include the Assistant Director, Fiscal Director, Area Coordinators, and Project Managers. This individual is responsible for the strategic and ongoing planning, implementation, day-to-day management, supervision, grants, reporting, recordkeeping, monitoring, and evaluation of all NETO weatherization services and operations, including: the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP), Emergency Heating System Grant Program (EHSGP), Efficiency Vermont (EVT) electric efficiency programs, and other potential Grants. Click here to view the full posting!
SUMMARY Overall responsibility for the daily operations of all SMOC Energy Conservation Services programming, which includes DOEWAP, HEARTWAP, and Utilities Program. Click here to view the full posting!
IREC is hiring! The Program Manager—Workforce Development will be a core member of IREC’s Workforce Development team, collaborating with colleagues and a broad range of partners and stakeholders on national and regional efforts to improve clean energy workforce recruitment, training and education, and job placement outcomes. The employee will manage day-to-day operations for projects focused on accelerating the growth of a highly qualified and diverse workforce, and ensuring that clean energy offers high-quality, family-sustaining career pathways. Initial tasks will focus on recruitment of clean energy learners and workers and development of educational and career exploration resources for underrepresented communities, veterans, opportunity youth, and others, as well as engagement with industry partners and development of related resources to support employer recruitment and retention efforts.here to view the full posting.Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until August 25th, or until the job is filled. Click
Position Overview: The primary emphasis of the Weatherization Assistance Program Manager at ICAST will be to manage current and upcoming Weatherization Assistance Programs with State and existing WAP service providers that ICAST is contracted to serve, nationally. In addition, the WAP Manager will be expected to stay up to speed with updates and innovations in the WAP space to provide appropriate advice to ICAST and its MFAH clients on optimal solutions and process improvements. You can check out the full job posting by clicking here!
Are you looking for an opportunity to be a part of a dynamic team providing technical monitoring and inspections of weatherization work in homes across Virginia – If so, this position is for you! The Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) seeks a knowledgeable and driven individual to serve in the role of Housing Programs Technical Monitor/Inspector. The selected individual will monitor the activity and performance of local agency recipients of the Department’s housing programs through accurate interpretation and application of all relevant federal regulations and requirements of the U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and State policies, procedures and guidelines. The selected individual will monitor both file documentation and provide physical inspection of actual weatherization and construction work and property conditions. The selected individual will inspect, in accordance with required timeframes and quantities, single and multi-family units to ensure programmatic compliance, file documentation and completion of weatherization in accordance with acceptable practices and standard work specifications; note and document deficiencies in materials or workmanship, conduct follow-up inspections if necessary; conduct on-site inspections in a professional manner that is respectful of the occupant; and investigate customer complaints and work with occupant and local agency to resolve within program parameters. The selected individual will be responsible for generating detailed reports documenting the results of site visits and file reviews and other data as needed; provide follow up action to resolve findings and ensure corrective actions are taken; and provide technical assistance and training to weatherization providers to enhance program understanding and capacity of providers. This is a remote position. Statewide travel will be required to provide physical home inspections and technical assistance on a weekly basis. A state vehicle will be provided. The Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is committed to creating safe, affordable, and prosperous communities to live, work and do business in Virginia. The selected candidate may be eligible for recruitment incentives including a one-time sign-on bonus, one-time lump sum of annual leave, and/or one-time contribution to a Virginia 529 Plan. Check out the full posting here!
Are you looking for an opportunity to be a part of a dynamic team providing weatherization assistance across Virginia – If so, this position is for you! DHCD is seeking to hire two (2) highly motivated individuals for the position of Program Administrator for DHCD’s Division of Community Development and Housing. The Division of Community Development and Housing provides a policy framework and program design for a range of housing development, preservation, and service programs. These programs provide targeted assistance to communities and populations across the Commonwealth with a particular focus on meeting the housing needs of distressed areas, special needs populations, and lower-income citizens. The selected individuals will administer, implement, and report on activities of the Virginia Weatherization Assistance Program through accurate interpretation of all applicable state and federal regulations associated with the funding sources. Duties include implementing operational procedures, coordinating service delivery, promoting program goals and objects, reporting data, and providing technical assistance and training inside and outside the agency to maximize effective delivery of weatherization measures and ensure accurate and timely data collection and reporting. The selected individuals will coordinate with other federal and state agencies including the U.S. Department of Energy, Virginia Department of Energy, Virginia Department of Social Services, and the various local organizations to effectively deliver assistance program to communities and local program recipients. The Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is committed to creating safe, affordable, and prosperous communities to live, work and do business in Virginia. Check out the full posting here!
The Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is seeking a knowledgeable and driven leader to provide strategic management to program innovation and efficient implementation directed to provide affordable housing for low-income and special needs citizens and others who cannot find adequate housing resources. The Division of CD & Housing provides a policy, administration and implementation framework for a range of housing development, preservation and service programs. These programs provide targeted assistance to serve populations across the Commonwealth, focusing on meeting the housing needs of low-income persons, persons experiencing homelessness and at risk of becoming homeless, and special needs populations. Areas of emphasis include affordable housing (homeownership and rental opportunities), housing preservation, housing for special needs populations and preventing and ending homelessness. The selected individual will lead the Office of Energy Efficiency and Housing Rehabilitation under the Division of Community Development and Housing by facilitating the distribution of resources for programs addressing energy efficiency in housing and rehabilitation. This key role will be responsible for creating synergies of programs targeted to affordable housing production, preservation, rehabilitation, and development including HIEE, Resiliency, Weatherization Assistance Program and other related housing rehabilitation programs. To assist with continuing agency growth, this role will manage multiple new programs and develop teams to support new programs to support energy efficiency and housing rehabilitation. The selected individual will ensure effective collaboration efforts with aligning programs to assure sharing of knowledge, decisions, appropriate integrations, and resources. The Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is committed to creating safe, affordable, prosperous communities to live, work, and do business in Virginia. Click here to view the full posting!
The Iowa Department of Health and Human Services, Community Access Division, is seeking a Public Service Manager to lead its Community Action Agencies unit. The unit is responsible for the state-level administration of the Community Services Block Grant, Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Weatherization Assistance Program, and Family Developement and Self Sufficiency Program. The full job description and application can be found at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/iowa?&keywords=Public%20service%20
The Deputy Director oversees programs that are developed in partnership with state energy offices. Under SEP, states are responsible for making decisions and implementing programs. SEP strategically engages the leadership of states in deploying clean energy technologies across the United States. SEP funding transforms the energy economy state by state, establishing and implementing clean energy policies, plans, and programs to reduce energy costs, enhance economic competitiveness, improve emergency planning, and improve the environment. Key Programs under SEP
- SEP annual funds, allocated to 50 states, District of Columbia and 5 U.S. Territories to support a broad set of transformational state programs and initiatives to advance energy efficiency and clean energy technologies across the country.
- SEP BIL to greatly increase the scope and number of state programs and initiatives to advance clean energy transformation across the U.S.
- SEP Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) to capitalize state revolving loan funds to provide loans and grants for commercial and residential energy audits, energy efficiency upgrades and retrofits.
The Deputy Director oversees programs that are developed in partnership with state weatherization agencies and their local provider networks. Under WAP, states are responsible for making decisions and implementing programs. WAP reduces energy costs and burdens for low-income households while improving their health and safety. WAP has provided weatherization services to more than 7 million low-income households over the past 46 years. Key Programs under WAP
- WAP annual funds, allocated to 50 states, District of Columbia and 5 U.S. Territories to perform weatherization retrofits to dwellings of low-income households.
- WAP BIL funds to greatly increase the scope of weatherization retrofits that can be provided across the U.S
- Enhancement & Innovation (E&I) grants, awarded competitively to facilitate and test out innovative approaches and technologies in WAP.
- Sustainable Energy Resources for Consumers (SERC) grants, awarded competitively to enable deeper retrofits that include newer clean energy technologies.
Summary The Grants Analyst is responsible for applying professional-level skills and has specific program knowledge as it relates to the area of assignment. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy. Functions Provides technical assistance to grantees regarding grant applications, grant modifications, progress reports, and budgets. Prepares and submits grant applications to applicable federal agencies. Conducts grant-related workshops and meetings. Develops, implements, and analyzes grant program-related goals and objectives. Prepares annual and biennial budgets, project incomes ensures sufficient appropriations for grant awards, and analyzes expenditure reports. Prepares detailed reports of actions taken in grant programs to provide information to funding sources to ensure compliance with grant requirements. Plans and conducts grant training programs; prepares and updates grant guidance manual for use by personnel, which explains policies and procedures. Develops, analyzes, and reviews grant reports, and analyzes data. Develops reporting systems and monitoring methods to measure program effectiveness and to ensure that grant programs are in compliance with state and federal laws, and monitors grant projects for compliance with state and federal regulations. Performs other duties as assigned. Click here to view the full posting.
Job Description The Iowa Department of Human Rights, Division of Community Action Agencies is seeking applicants for two positions as Program Planner 2 for the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP). The WAP is the nation's largest residential energy efficiency program providing weatherization, energy efficiency, and health and safety measures for households with limited income. The positions will be responsible for conducting technical program monitoring and home inspections to assure compliance with WAP program standards and regulations, write program reports, and provide training and technical assistance on WAP requirements to support the success of local Weatherization agencies and subcontractors. The positions will utilize a WAP computerized residential energy audit and diagnostic tools in conducting inspections, and provide training and technical assistance to subgrantees on using the audit and associated tools. Successful candidates will have the aptitude, skills and experience to achieve BPI certification as Energy Auditor and Quality Control Inspector. Knowledge of and experience in current home energy efficiency, weatherization and health and safety technology and practices is preferred. Persons in this position will travel extensively statewide. Click here to view the full posting!
The primary emphasis of the Weatherization Assistance Program Manager at ICAST will be to manage current and upcoming Weatherization Assistance Programs with State and existing WAP service providers that ICAST is contracted to serve, nationally. In addition, the WAP Manager will be expected to stay up to speed with updates and innovations in the WAP space to provide appropriate advice to ICAST and its MFAH clients on optimal solutions and process improvements. Check out the full post, inclusive of application instructions, here.
Overview: Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is the largest US Department of Energy science and energy laboratory, conducting basic and applied research to deliver transformative solutions to compelling problems in energy and security. Our diverse capabilities span a broad range of scientific and engineering disciplines, enabling the Laboratory to explore fundamental science challenges and to carry out the research needed to accelerate the delivery of solutions to the marketplace. We are seeking a professional to fill a Technical Research Support position in the State and Community Energy Programs (SCEP) team in the Integrated Building Deployment and Analysis (IBDA) group within the Buildings and Transportation Sciences Division (BTSD), Energy Science and Technology Directorate (ESTD) at ORNL. The team consists of researchers, technical professionals, and software developers focused on conducting research in world-class facilities and deploying science-based knowledge in real-world deployment applications. The work supports the U.S. DOE Weatherization Assistant Program and other customers by developing/supporting public-facing building energy analysis tools, evaluating efficacy of real-world installations of building retrofits for energy efficiency, reduced carbon emissions, and improved occupant health and safety. This position requires working with external partners, corporations, and sponsors to develop and deploy solutions and technologies. Candidate selection will be based on qualifications, relevant experience, skills, and education. Click here to view the full posting!