We are currently seeking applicants for the positions listed below.
The Program Director, Public Engagement is a newly created role to deepen and expand the foundation’s long-view strategic campaign work as well as to enhance near-term efforts to strengthen advocacy networks and accelerate national policy progress. Reporting to the Vice President, Public Engagement, the Program Director, Public Engagement works to guide national campaign strategies and elevate new voices for clean energy and climate action. We are working with Waldron, a recruiting firm, to fill this position. To learn more or apply for this position, please see the full position profile here. Continue reading
The Director of Talent and Administration will lead and manage the Energy Foundation’s talent, human resources, and administrative functions in its headquarters and four regional offices. At an exciting time in the organization’s evolution, this role will help ensure the Energy Foundation is an exceptional place to work and grow, and strengthen the organization’s workforce, operational infrastructure, and management practices. We are working with Koya Leadership Partners, a recruiting firm, to fill this position. To learn more or apply for this position, please see the full position profile HERE. Continue reading
The Policy Director, Clean Energy Markets is a newly created role at the Energy Foundation, with the aim of expanding the foundation’s capacity to incorporate a market perspective into grantmaking, campaigns, and strategy design. In an unusual role within the field of philanthropy, this individual will be positioned to have a field-shaping influence on the conversation between clean energy market actors and the philanthropic sector. Continue reading
The Program Associate’s (PA) primary responsibility is to support the work of the VP, Strategic Communications, and Director, Regional Communications, who jointly develop strategies and manage activities by a network of communications professionals and grantees at the national, regional and state levels. Continue reading
The Energy Foundation seeks a Director of Communications. This is a newly created role that will promote and protect the Energy Foundation’s brand by synthesizing dynamic circumstances, crafting narratives and stories, and developing compelling cases on issues and crises. Identifying and reaching target stakeholders, managing brand communications and issues management, and creatively articulating the Energy Foundation’s work in exciting ways are all essential components to the work. We are working with Waldron, a recruiting firm, to fill this position. To learn more or apply for this position, please see the full position profile HERE. Continue reading