With the passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, DOE launched the Clean Energy Corps to hire people eager to deliver equitable clean energy solutions to all Americans. If you enjoy working in a collaborative environment and are ready to help transform the national energy landscape at an unprecedented pace, join the Clean Energy Corps! 

Whether you’re new to clean energy or the workforce, mid-career, or a senior leader, there is a role for you at DOE.  

The Clean Energy Corps will help achieve DOE’s mission and implement key provisions of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. At EERE, we are looking for people from all backgrounds across America for a variety of permanent and temporary (up to four years) positions. To become part of the Clean Energy Corps, send your résumé to the DOE Applicant Portal and use the referral code #EEREAMO.

Additional Details:

  • Position / Grade: GS-0343-15 Supervisory Management and Program Analyst
  • Location: Washington, D.C.
  • Position type: Permanent
  • Number of openings: 1
  • Telework eligible: Yes
  • Open Period: Open until filled. For best consideration, please apply ASAP.

Job Description

Title: Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grant Program Manager

Grade: GS-0343-15 Supervisory Management and Program Analyst

Description:

  • Leading multidisciplinary teams working on a complex portfolio of analysis and deployment projects, with a particular focus on providing technical assistance around deployment of new clean energy manufacturing facilities and emissions reduction projects for existing manufacturers.
  • Performing strategic planning and program design activities that support Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill-related priorities of helping coal communities transition to a clean energy economy.
  • Community engagement and stakeholder outreach to coordinate and collaborate in attracting new manufacturing to fossil transitional communities
  • Conducting technical reviews to determine feasibility of energy-related projects
  • Making recommendations to inform prioritization and promote efficient use of resources to achieve programmatic and administration decarbonization goals.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Required to Perform the Work:

  • Management expertise in strategies to maximize the impact of large grant programs. 
  • Ability to engage with a broad variety of stakeholder organizations to develop technology deployment strategies and programs.
  • Experience with siting and community engagement around energy-related facilities.
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze and account for energy and environmental justice considerations during project implementation.
  • Knowledge of business issues relevant to the development of the industrial sector, including key market applications, current and evolving structure of supply chains, and workforce considerations.

Application Instructions

How to Apply to Clean Energy Corps Positions:

Step 1: Send your encrypted Resume to AMOJobs@ee.doe.gov

To email your password-protected resume, please include in the subject line “Resume for [enter the position you are interested in] consideration”.

Send your resume as an encrypted and password-protected document (Learn how to password protect your document). Please INCLUDE the following information via email:

  • Name
  • Email
  • Phone number
  • Resume (Password-protect your resume sent via email to AMOjobs@ee.doe.gov. In a separate email, send the password.)

DO NOT include the following information:

  • Your Social Security Number
  • Your address
  • Photos of yourself
  • Personal information, such as age, gender, religious affiliation, etc.
  • Classified or government sensitive information
  • Any encryption or digital signatures

Step 2: Visit the Clean Energy Jobs Corps page and click “Apply Now”.

Step 3:  Select your areas of interest. The relevant areas of interest for this position are:

  • Manufacturing
  • Energy Efficiency - Industrial

Step 4: During the “Disclosures” step, under “Applicant Source”, select “Other”, and provide the referral code: #EEREAMO. This code will direct your resume to the appropriate AMO hiring managers.

Step 5: Complete all other steps of the application and hit “Submit”.