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Residential Energy Efficiency Program Coordinator — Boston, MA

Organization: Massachusetts Energy Consumers Alliance

Job Title: Residential Energy Efficiency Program Coordinator

Location: Boston, MA

Hours and Compensation: full time and salary based on experience

Application Deadline: open

Position Dates: desired start Feb. 1, 2013

Posted On: January 7, 2013

Organization Overview

The Massachusetts Energy Consumers Alliance (Mass Energy) is a nonprofit organization that has been working for 30 years to make energy more affordable and sustainable. Our programs include energy efficiency, discount heating oil, and green power.


This full-time position’s primary role will be to connect consumers with the appropriate programs to save energy, save money, and reduce their carbon footprints. This is a results-driven position with goals based upon the number of consumers served and the amount of energy saved. Visit to learn more about our organization.


Outreach & Marketing

  • Promoting energy efficiency to our members and the general public through community-based outreach and marketing activities
  • Engaging community organizations and other partners to promote energy efficiency
  • Planning and hosting events

Customer Service

  • Providing individual customer support to encourage the implementation of energy efficiency upgrades
  • Coordinating efforts between service providers, programs, and organizations to ensure the seamless delivery of services

Program Administration

  • Analyzing program performance and trends to inform program design and local and state advocacy efforts
  • Tracking and reporting for internal, partner, and funder use
  • Completing other general program support tasks as assigned


Required qualifications:

  • Bachelors Degree
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking
  • MS Office skills, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are required, and experience with other databases is favorable, especially SalesForce
  • Ability to travel occasionally within Massachusetts and work on nights and weekends

Desired qualifications:

  • In-depth knowledge of Massachusetts rate-payer funded energy efficiency programs
  • Prior experience in community-based outreach, marketing, energy efficiency, or renewable energy

How to Apply

Bilingual candidates and individuals of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Residency in the City of Boston and knowledge of Boston neighborhoods is strongly preferred. We offer an excellent work environment, opportunity for advancement, competitive wages, and a progressive benefits package. Send cover letter and resume with the subject line “EE Program Coordinator.” No phone calls please.

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