Solar United Neighbors is hiring! We currently have openings for the following positions.

  • Director of Policy and Advocacy – We are seeking a Director of Policy and Advocacy to lead campaigns in each of our on-the-ground state programs. This job requires a deep and sophisticated knowledge of solar policy and the clean energy industry. You must understand the nuances of interconnection rules, net metering, rate design, community solar and low-income solar policy, as well as the larger framework of utility resource planning and emerging grid edge innovations. Issues like electric vehicles, energy storage, and regional capacity and ancillary services markets are also on the table. You must have experience running high profile grassroots campaigns, working in coalitions, building lists, and making an impact. Solar United Neighbors is a fun, creative place to work. You will be given room to experiment, fail, and flourish. You will have a sophisticated field team to work with and a huge network of local partners. You must be brilliant, strategic, and excited to grow with an up-and-coming organization.
  • Southwest Florida Co-op Coordinator – Solar United Neighbors of Florida is seeking a Co-op Coordinator to support our solar co-op work in Southwest Florida. The Co-op Coordinator will support the Florida Program Director in designing and implementing solar co-op programs across the Southwest Florida region, including (but not limited to) Pinellas, Hillsborough, Orange, and Manatee Counties. The Co-op Coordinator will conduct extensive communications, outreach, press, and trainings around the solar co-ops with the goal of scaling up their impact and reach.


  • Program Admin Intern (Spring Semester) – Solar United Neighbors seeks a part time unpaid intern to work out of our D.C. office in support of our state programs, engagement program, and membership program. Projects will primarily focus on data entry, research, and event preparation. Additional projects may include assisting with outreach initiatives in person and digitally, website editing and uploading, as well as general administrative support. The internship duration is spring semester (with possible extension through summer). College credit is available for interns currently enrolled in university. To apply, email your resume and statement of interest to:

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