Who We Are:
MCE is a mission-driven, collaborative, not-for-profit, locally-focused community choice aggregation energy program, providing cleaner energy and energy efficiency programs to 36 communities in four Bay Area counties. We are proud to be the first program of its kind in California and have been operational since 2010.
Our Commitment to Diversity:
Diverse opinions, ideas, and experiences push and challenge us, as individuals and as a team, to work better and smarter. We know that the more diverse our workforce is, the better we support our customers and the diverse interests they represent. We are committed to providing an inclusive, empowering, and supportive work environment. MCE welcomes individuals from all backgrounds and walks of life as colleagues, customers, and community partners.
What You’ll Do:
As a Transportation Electrification Fellow, you will focus on MCE’s transportation programs, specifically in helping launch new initiatives and expand the reach of our existing EV & EV charging offers.
To apply or learn more, visit our website: http://www.climatecorps.org
Essential Duties :
- Intake customers who are interested in our programs and help them navigate the best option for them. (35% of time)
- Support data processing and collection for internal and external program data requests. (20% of time)
- Support and prepare for community events, such as tenant meetings and workplace brown bags about EVs. These will be virtual until it is deemed safe to attend in person. (15% of time)
- Help write blogs, social media posts, and case studies that expand the reach of electric transportation education and opportunities for our customers (10% of time), iterate and improve our programs. (10% of time)
- Complete case studies and site visits with customers so we can show the impact of our programs. (10% of time)
- Education and/or experience equal to an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution in engineering, sciences, business, marketing, sustainability, environmental science, or related field.
- Professional writing and editing experience
- An interest in MCE’s mission to address climate change by reducing energy-related greenhouse gas emissions with renewable energy and energy efficiency at cost-competitive rates while offering economic and workforce benefits, and creating more equitable communities.
- Knowledge of:
- Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) and its role in California’s electric sector.
- The interaction between CCAs and investor-owned utilities.
- Diverse communities in the MCE service areas.
- Microsoft Excel, including some familiarity with functions and advanced features.
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite, including PowerPoint and Word.
- Account management, marketing and salesmanship.
- Correct telephone and e-mail etiquette.
- Living allowance stipend of $2115 per month (before taxes)
- Kaiser Permanente silver health insurance plan.
- Assistance with student loan deferments.
- Extensive professional development and skill building. Upon program completion, Fellows are awarded a Climate Change Protection Professional certificate by Skyline College.
- A financial award upon program completion.
To become a Fellow, please submit an online application and resume. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until all placements are filled. Applicants are encouraged to submit the application as soon as possible in order to ensure the best chance of being placed within an organization that fits your interests and goals. Once the application is complete and has been reviewed, applicants who qualify will be contacted for an interview.
Apply here: www.climate-corps.org
SEI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity. We believe that a wide array of perspectives contribute to creative climate solutions where all communities thrive. We strive to reflect diverse communities, especially those most impacted by climate change and other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustices. Persons of color, persons with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply. A commitment to work and learn within an anti-oppression framework is required.
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