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Assistant Director

Ski NH

Ski New Hampshire is a statewide, non-profit trade association that works to promote and support New Hampshire’s vibrant ski industry through advocacy and government relations work, marketing and PR, and educational and networking opportunities for our ski area, associate, and industry members.  We are a small association that works on a variety of needs for the ski industry, including (but not limited to) workforce development and related issues, sustainability, safety, labor regulations and other human resources topics, growing the sport, and ensuring a business-friendly climate in which our ski area members can thrive.  We care deeply about working together as a team – both within our three-person association and amongst our peers and partners in the industry and beyond – to accomplish our goals.

We are currently looking for the right candidate to join our team as Assistant Director at our offices based in Conway, New Hampshire.  In this position you will be part of a dynamic small team, be a jack-of-all-trades, and have a passion for outdoor recreation (particularly for skiing).  You will work with all of our members as well as with our partners from around the state and country, and as such will need both excellent organizational and communications skills.  The Assistant Director will play an integral role in promoting and marketing New Hampshire's ski areas, will help develop and communicate educational and networking opportunities to our members, and will help work on state and federal issues that impact the industry.  This position is FTYR, and benefits include a health insurance stipend, retirement benefit after one year, paid time off, and statewide skiing privileges. Some remote work is possible, but typically we work out of our Conway office. Interested?

 

Review the job description and contact Jessyca Keeler at Jessyca@SkiNH.com to apply with a resume, cover letter, and employment references. 

ATTN: CPCNH RFP for Executive Search Services (due 10/14/22)

CPCNH

Attached please find a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Executive Search Services issued by the Community Power Coalition of New Hampshire (CPCNH). 

  • Solicitation materials are available online at: https://www.cpcnh.org/solicitations 

  • Proposals are due by 5 PM ET on October 14, 2022.  

  • Proposal submissions, questions, and any other correspondence regarding this solicitation should be sent via email to: rfi-rfp@cpcnh.org 

CPCNH is an all-requirements Joint Powers Agency newly incorporated on October 1, 2021, to provide for the financing, launch, and operation of Community Power Aggregation (CPA) programs on behalf of its local government Members. Having successfully concluded a solicitation for all-requirements services and credit support, the Board of Directors now seeks a qualified CEO to oversee the launch of power supply service to retail customers on a default and competitive basis beginning in the second quarter of 2023. 

 

We sincerely appreciate your interest and look forward to reviewing your responses,

 

The Community Power Coalition of New Hampshire

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Director of Regulatory and Policy Affairs

ReVision Energy

Job Description:

ReVision Energy is seeking a Director of Regulatory and Policy Affairs. This company-wide role will support ReVision Energy’s advocacy work at the Federal level as well as in the three states we  currently do business in and will require a presence in our local area. 

The Director of Regulatory and Policy Affairs (DRPA) is a new role with ReVision Energy and will report to the company President. The DRPA will be responsible for aiding in the development and implementation of regulatory and policy strategies for ReVision Energy. The four focus areas will be State Legislative Policy (ME, NH, MA), State Regulatory Policy (ME, NH, MA), Local Policy and Federal Policy. The DRPA will serve as a thought leader in the clean energy policy arena, maintaining a pulse on policy innovation by proactively seeking out opportunities to learn from and collaborate with corporate, non-profit, governmental, and academic clean energy policy leaders 

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Senior Energy Analyst

Resilient Buildings Group

Job Description:

RBG is adding a Senior Energy Analyst to our Energy Auditing team. This person will work to reduce the energy usage of existing commercial buildings across New England. Through this work, they will be actively reducing CO2 emissions, contributing to the local economy, and improving our region’s energy independence.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform energy audits to identify existing equipment and building shell construction

  • Identify energy saving opportunities

  • Describe and calculate energy savings of proposed energy efficiency measures

  • Review building plans and specifications

  • Communicate the benefits of energy efficiency with customers and potential energy efficiency incentives from the utility companies

  • Interface with building owners and contractors to implement energy efficiency measures

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Policy Manager

NECEC

Job Description:

NECEC (The Northeast Clean Energy Council) is a regional non-profit clean energy business, policy, and innovation organization whose mission is to lead the just, equitable, and rapid transition to a clean energy future and a diverse climate economy. NECEC is the only organization in the Northeast that covers all of the clean energy market segments, representing the business perspectives of investors and clean energy companies across every stage of development. NECEC members span the broad spectrum of the clean energy industry, including clean transportation, energy efficiency, wind, solar, energy storage, microgrids, fuel cells, and advanced and “smart” technologies.

The NECEC Policy Manager plays a key role on its Policy and Government Affairs team working on legislative and regulatory efforts across our seven-state region of New York and New England. The Policy Manager will be responsible for leading multiple NECEC policy development and policy advocacy efforts across the Northeast at the state and regional level. The Policy Manager will be called on to speak and write persuasively on a wide variety of subject matters, be a central repository of knowledge across multiple jurisdictions, and develop close relationships with other stakeholders, including public officials.

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR

Unitil

Job Description:

Responsible for maintaining Databases related to the Company’s ever-evolving suite of more than 40 energy efficiency programs in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Oversees both routine maintenance as well as annual updates in conjunction with third-party database vendor(s) to ensure timely updates reflective of changes in the field. Ensure that data supporting internal and external reporting and compliance requirements is readily accessible, accurate and securely maintained.   

Contribute to the continual improvement of data-related processes to meet department needs. Ensure timely, accurate, and complete entry of data related to energy efficiency programs, including interaction with other data systems related to revenues and expenditures as well as customer data. Support planning and reporting related to a dynamic suite of energy efficiency programs, and ensure strict compliance with internal and external cyber-security standards and protocols. Design and build flexible reports using system specific tools for a variety of use cases.

 

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Job Description:

Reporting to the Director of Development, the Interconnection Manager will prepare and manage the utility interconnection requests for ReVision’s Commercial and Institutional (C&I) solar projects across multiple utility service territories in ISO-New England. This is a new position as we expand our pipeline of complex C&I solar projects in an increasingly saturated utility environment for distributed energy resources (DERs). As such, it provides a unique and exciting opportunity to accelerate the transition to clean energy in New England by developing systems and processes for effective interconnection management and becoming a skilled subject matter expert in all aspects of power system planning and the interconnection process. 

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