Working at OTT
Help build our clean energy future and enable the commercialization of exciting new technologies with a career in the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Technology Transitions (OTT). At OTT, we manage programs, tools, and funding opportunities to advance groundbreaking scientific discoveries and commercialize transformative technologies within the research, development, demonstration, and deployment continuum.
Commercialization is a core part of DOE's mission. The public dollars the department invests in its technology portfolio can only achieve their impact when technologies leave the lab to attain full-scale deployment. Learn more about our mission.
Join our team as we foster strong partnerships that guide innovations from the lab toward the marketplace and accelerate the private sector uptake of clean energy technologies.
All active job postings will be listed below with links to apply.
OTT recognizes that diversity is a critical element in ideas achieving our mission. We want to connect with people who are passionate about working on critical, world changing efforts. YOU can be part of the team!
Note: Research suggests that potential job seekers may self-select out of opportunities if they don't meet 100% of the job requirements. We encourage anyone who is interested in an opportunity to apply as we are searching for dedicated people who believe they have the skills and ambition to succeed at OTT.
Note: There are currently no open Jobs postings.
Fellows do not enter into an employee/employer relationship with DOE or any other office or agency. Instead, the fellow will be affiliated with ORISE for the administration of the appointment through the ORISE appointment letter and Terms of Appointment.
Note: There are currently no active postings for Fellowships.
Clean Energy Corps
DOE’s Clean Energy Corps is comprised of the staff from more than a dozen offices across DOE—all working together to research, develop, demonstrate, and deploy solutions to the world's greatest challenge. The Clean Energy Corps is a diverse group of talented individuals committed to public service and with a mission of supercharging the clean energy revolution.
Whether you’re a procurement expert, scientist, or policy wonk, seasoned professional or right out of college, DOE’s Clean Energy Corps offers opportunities for your aspirations and career goals. Staff positions are available across the country and many opportunities offer the ability to work remotely.
Apply today to join the Clean Energy Corps.
Search the USAJOBS database to find jobs available throughout DOE.
Technology Commercialization Internship
The Technology Commercialization Internship is a unique paid opportunity for undergraduate STEM and business students to explore and contribute to advances at the intersection of private industry and clean energy technologies. Interns undergo intensive training to boost entrepreneurial thinking and explore market opportunities.
Students will have the opportunity to engage with National Laboratory mentors and learn about technologies at their partnered Laboratories, but this internship focuses on the business side of technology commercialization.
Learn more about this summer-long, paid internship.
The National Laboratories offer a wide range of jobs, internships, and fellowships in scores of scientific, engineering, and operations disciplines. The Laboratories are also invested in career growth, offering multiple opportunities for upward mobility through mentoring, leadership training, and rotational/temporary assignments.
Learn more about each Lab’s career opportunities.
DOE offers many benefit entitlements for Federal employees and their families. Federal employment benefits are among the most comprehensive programs available. DOE emphasizes schedules and work arrangements that support work-life balance, including telework, flexible work hours, remote opportunities, and compressed work schedules.
Learn more about salaries, insurance, retirement, and other benefits.
Equal Opportunity Employment
No applicant or employee will be subjected to discrimination in any aspect of employment on the basis of race, color, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), religion, national origin, age, disability (physical or mental), genetic information, or retaliation for participation in protected Equal Employment Opportunity activity.
Visit Equal Employment Opportunity to read DOE’s Policy Statement on Equal Employment Opportunity, Retaliation, and Sexual Harassment.