Author: US DOE Staff Published: 1/13/22 SETO
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Who We’re Looking For
Addressing the climate crisis will require a large, ambitious, and talented team of America’s best and brightest. The Clean Energy Corps is dedicated to fighting climate change through public service and supporting American competitiveness on a global scale. To meet this challenge, DOE is hiring a team of industry veterans, experienced technical experts, and the next generation of climate leaders. We’re looking for individuals who are ready to act at this critical moment, we need YOU.
While not an exhaustive list, DOE is looking for candidates in the following career fields to support the implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law:
- Business Administration
- Grants/Contract Management
- Human Resources
- Information Technology/Cybersecurity
- Legislative Affairs
- Physical Science
- Program and Portfolio Management
- Project Management
- Public Policy
- Safety and Occupational Health
Whether you’ve been working on Clean Energy issues for decades or are just starting out – we want you as part of the Clean Energy Corps. Apply Now!
DOE’s Clean Energy Corps is comprised of the staff from more than a dozen offices across DOE — current staff and new hires — 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. This is YOUR opportunity to join us in making that future a reality. Regardless of whether you are new to clean energy, or have been doing this work for years — we want YOU as part of our Clean Energy Corps.
DOE is collecting resumes for candidates interested in becoming part of the Clean Energy Corps via our Applicant Portal. The Applicant Portal is a streamlined application process which will allow applicants to align their talents with their passion by indicating specific areas of interest and allow hiring managers throughout the agency to review candidate resumes simultaneously to find the best fit for YOU in DOE.
As the largest funder of clean energy technology in the country, DOE has led the way on the innovations that have brought us the wind, solar, and energy efficient technology we know today. Now, with the investments from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, DOE’s Clean Energy Corps will be able to do even more. With a focus on deploying next generation clean energy technology, the Clean Energy Corps will help America meet its goals of a carbon-free power sector in 2035 and a decarbonized economy in 2050. But we can’t do it without YOU.
The Clean Energy Corps is hiring NOW. We need talented, diverse, kind, and hardworking people like you to join this team.
With the passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the Clean Energy Corps is charged with investing more than $62 billion to deliver a more equitable clean energy future for the American people by:
- Investing in American manufacturing
- Creating good paying jobs
- Expanding access to energy efficiency and clean energy for families, communities, and businesses
- Delivering reliable, clean, and affordable power to more Americans
- And building the technologies of tomorrow through clean energy research, development, and demonstrations
We are looking for new team members from every community in America who are passionate about solving the climate crisis, are team players, and are willing to give their all to this fight. We know the only way we’ll be able to bring the innovative solutions we need to the massive challenges we face is with a diverse team ready to serve. That starts with YOU.
Staff positions are available across the country and many opportunities offer the ability to work remotely. And, as a Federal employer, we welcome candidates that have served our country in other capacities such as the military and the Peace Corps. Learn more about the Benefits of Working at Energy.
As the nation’s Solutions Department, there is no better institution than the Department of Energy to take on this challenge and help our nation transform our energy system for the 21st century.