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Are you interested in working to make a meaningful impact in fighting climate change, creating jobs, and supporting American global leadership in clean energy? If so, consider joining the team at the Loan Programs Office ("LPO")!

At LPO, we are looking to hire employees from all backgrounds across America for a variety of positions. LPO is looking for individuals with a range of skills and interest in business development, financial, technical, legal, risk, and environmental fields to help borrowers move through pre-application consultations and the application process, and through the due diligence and underwriting process. Examples of the skill sets needed include: 

  • Physical Scientist (Series 1301)
  • Engineer (Series 0801)
  • Loan Specialist (Series 1165)
  • Outreach & Business Development (Series 0343)
  • Legal & Attorney Advisors (Series 0905)
  • Program Management Analyst & Support (Series 0343, 0301)
  • Investment Officers & Credit Risk Officers (Series 1101)
  • Economist (Series 0110)

LPO is recruiting for the following positions.

Careers at LPO

LPO Division

Application Instructions 

How to Apply to LPO Positions: 

Step 1: Begin your application to the DOE Applicant Portal: DOE Applicant Portal | Department of Energy. Ensure you have your resume file only. Note the following requirements: One file only (Resume only, no other documents are permitted). 2 MB limit. Allowed types: pdf, doc, docx.

Step 2: In section 5 of the application titled “Disclosures”, under “Applicant Source”, select “Other (Please indicate source or referral code if provided)”. Enter the referral code exactly as it appears below. Note: The code is case-sensitive. Please use the exact referral code provided.

Referral Codes
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Step 3: Submit your application using the “Submit” button.

Step 4: Await potential contact by DOE. Do not apply more than once unless a significant change occurs warranting a revised resume or application. We are currently in the process of reviewing resumes for consideration in the Clean Energy Corps and are prioritizing reviews based upon the most critical hiring needs. If you do not hear from us immediately, please don’t be discouraged. DOE will be continually interviewing and hiring over the next several months.

Note that your resume will also be available for viewing by other hiring managers in the department that are looking to fill Clean Energy Corp positions.  DOE launched the Clean Energy Corps with the passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to hire individuals committed to public service and with a mission of supercharging the clean energy revolution. If you are a team player and are ready to help transform the national energy landscape, join the Clean Energy Corps!