Jobs

Texas Program Director

We are seeking a Texas Program Director to manage and grow our new program in the Lone Star State. The Solar United Neighbors of Texas state program will launch in fall 2018.

Solar United Neighbors of Texas, the newest state program of Solar United Neighbors, will be dedicated to helping Texans go solar, join together, and fight for their distributed energy rights. Solar United Neighbors of Texas will ensure that every Texan has equal access to solar education, competitive pricing for solar and other distributed energy technologies, and the opportunity to participate in the state’s energy transformation. Solar United Neighbors is dedicated to the vision that if a large and diverse number of people have a financial stake in the clean energy economy, they will fight for it. By building, demonstrating, promoting, and advocating for ways for people to financially benefit from clean energy, we build a broad new constituency for change. – Click here to learn more.

Development Officer

We are seeking a Development Officer to support Solar United Neighbors’ continued rapid national growth. We are looking for someone who is ready to jump in and help take Solar United Neighbors to the next level. We have a winning theory of change and are rapidly scaling within current programs and to new programmatic and geographic areas. We need an individual who will bring creativity, depth, and energy to help us achieve this growth. – Click here to learn more

D.C. Canvasser

Solar United Neighbors of D.C., a non-profit that is helping low- and moderate-income homeowners use solar to lower their electric bills, is seeking paid part and full time canvassers for an ambitious three month door-knocking initiative starting ASAP. This is a TEMPORARY position.

Duties will include knocking on targeted neighborhood doors, securing new applicants or potential applicants for the co-op model, organizing neighborhood meetings, entering data accurately, and meeting weekly/longer-term goals.

No experience necessary, but canvassers must have the following qualifications:

  • Access to a vehicle and a valid license
  • Flexibility (late afternoon and weekend work may be required)
  • Scrappy, resilient attitude
  • Friendly, engaging demeanor
  • Ability to condense complex topics in accessible terms
  • High energy
  • High integrity
  • Good sense of humor

Applicants will be considered on a rolling basis. We are looking to hire ASAP. To apply, send resumes to chris.vega@solarunitedneighbors.org. No phone calls please.

Marketing and Communications Intern

We are seeking a Marketing and Communications Intern to provide support for our marketing and communications efforts. The intern will research/analyze performance and develop reports on the effectiveness of marketing and communication campaigns, assist with the development of social media communication materials and generally support marketing efforts for our membership program. The intern will be exposed to all marketing and communication efforts for the organization. – Click here to learn more.

Solar Business Intern

We are seeking a Solar Business Intern to manage our ‘businesses that have gone solar’ initiative, including our directory of businesses that have gone solar and our members-only coupon program. Projects will primarily focus on contacting businesses that have gone solar, research to identify more businesses that have gone solar to add to our directory, creating and posting featured business profiles, soliciting coupons from businesses that have gone solar to offer our organization’s members, and keeping our business directory updated, including making edits and adding new businesses. – Click here to learn more.

National Solar Tour Intern

We are seeking a National Solar Tour Intern to provide administrative and coordination support focused on the National Solar Tour, an annual event inviting solar homeowners across the country to host solar open houses and participate in local solar tours to celebrate solar energy and encourage attendees to consider going solar. Projects will primarily focus on managing email communication with homeowners interested in participating in the Tour, updating and managing the national map and listing of solar open houses that will be part of the tour, creating and mailing resource packages to homeowners participating as hosts, and other projects associated with coordinating the National Solar Tour. – Click here to learn more.

Solar Program Admin Intern

We are seeking a Solar 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.

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