We’re hiring someone who can develop creative, innovative, cut-through-the-bullfeathers marketing campaigns — AND who can bring a cold-blooded analysis of how those campaigns perform, to keep us from throwing money down the drain on stuff that’s cool but doesn’t work. We want a marketing director who brings both the creative and the analytical. Because, like peanut butter and chocolate, they go great together. Learn more about the position and apply.
Minnesota Program Director
The Minnesota Program Director will implement our solar deployment work (in particular, solar co-ops) across the state, and will and conduct extensive on-the-ground communications, engagement, and policy projects (in collaboration with our D.C.-based cross-cutting support staff) designed to help real Minnesota residents invest in and shape the state’s clean energy future. Learn more about the position and apply.
Program Admin Internship
We are seeking a Program Admin Intern to provide administrative support to our state programs and engagement program. Projects will primarily focus on data entry, preparing and sending resource packages, research and data collection, as well as event preparation. Additional projects may include assisting with outreach initiatives in person and digitally, updating our Everyaction and Salesforce online databases, listbuilding, and general administrative support. Click here to learn more about the position and apply.
Colorado Program Intern
We are seeking a Program Intern to provide support for the Colorado program. The intern will research potential partners and outreach channels for our solar co-ops, track community solar projects throughout the state, and work to identify local funding opportunities. The intern will be invited to attend local educational presentations and will learn about rooftop solar PV. Additional projects may include collecting solar stories, outreach to solar co-op participants, and tabling or other engagement opportunities. The intern must have strong research and data analysis skills, be comfortable working with Microsoft office, be able to multi-task, and be organized and detail oriented in their work. The intern should also be comfortable self-managing their efforts working on short and long-time projects and have an upbeat attitude with a willingness to work on various high priority projects as they arise. Strong written and verbal communication skills are a huge plus. The intern should have their own laptop computer to work on throughout the internship. Click here to learn more about the position and apply.