A. Position Description
The Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA) is seeking an enthusiastic candidate for Workforce Training and Partnerships Manager to administer our portfolio of workforce development activities, resources, and training programs to cultivate a thriving and skilled clean energy workforce across our 11-state region. The cross-functional position will support emerging approaches to workforce development at the nexus of energy, transportation, housing, and public health. Areas of focus include the construction and operation of residential and commercial buildings, implementation of new building energy code standards, and the integration of advanced energy technologies entering the marketplace such as EV chargers, battery storage, smart home integration, and demand response technologies.
As the clean energy sector continues to evolve and grow, there will be a significant need for a skilled workforce to support the construction, equipment installation, and design of new and advanced energy-related processes and technologies. Current education and training programs are not adequately designed to prepare professionals with the skills they need, and the issue is further exacerbated by many workers in the industry nearing retirement. Addressing this area of need will be critical to enhancing industry competitiveness, improving and optimizing the energy efficiency, affordability, comfort, and productivity of homes and businesses across the Southeast.
B. Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Project and Program Management
Inform the Development of New Projects and Programs
Stakeholder Engagement and Collaboration
D. Classification & Compensation
This is a full-time, exempt salaried position. This position is based in SEEA’s main office in Atlanta, Georgia, and requires 20 percent travel. *Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this position will be fully remote until it is safe to resume traditional operations.
We offer a competitive compensation package commensurate with experience. Successful applicants will be required to demonstrate their legal status to work in the United States.
SEEA is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating opportunities for diversity, inclusion, and integration across race, gender, age, religion, identity, and experience to generate more equitable outcomes for all.
D. How to Apply
Qualified candidates may apply by submitting a cover letter and resume to SEEA’s BambooHR platform. Candidates considered for interviews will be asked to provide three professional or academic references and may also be asked to complete a written assessment.
The Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia. Established in 2007, SEEA is the only regional energy efficiency organization serving eleven states across the Southeast. SEEA works to ensure people have the knowledge, resources, and opportunities to use energy more efficiently. We advance effective state, local, and utility policies, support the implementation of strong building energy codes, expand availability and access to resources to address energy efficiency in buildings, and support equitable engagement in energy planning processes across all communities.
SEEA’s Culture & Benefits
SEEA offers a highly collaborative and supportive work environment to allow employees to be their authentic selves, learn and grow, and demonstrate their leadership abilities. We are committed to fostering an environment of transparency and trust that allows us to learn from one another and incorporate diversity, inclusion, and integration in all that we do.
Because we work with a broad selection of stakeholders to address complex and evolving issues all employees receive training on collaborative leadership which includes the dimensions of trust, how to facilitate powerful and productive meetings, collaborative problem solving, and stakeholder identification and engagement.
Additionally, employees receive the following benefits:
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