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Jun 11 / BARD CEP

Clean Energy Associate, Gladstein, Neandross & Associates – New York

Organization: Gladstein, Neandross & Associates

Position Title: Clean Energy Associate (Entry-level)

Location: New York City, New York

Application Deadline: Position open until filled

Description: Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA) is seeking an Associate in its New York office who possesses exceptional communication, organizational, analytical, and customer service skills. Candidates must have a “can-do” attitude, willingness to work hard to get the job done in a deadline-driven environment, and a passion for delivering excellence. Must be a self-starter, with the ability to support the team with fulfillment of client needs. Interdisciplinary, entrepreneurial thinkers with the ability to communicate complex ideas to diverse audiences and a passion for knowledge and learning will absolutely thrive on our team.

Successful candidates must: have an anything-it-takes approach; have the ability to time-manage and juggle multiple important projects; be curious and tenacious in the pursuit of knowledge; and have exceptional written communication skills. Professional experience is preferred, and the right candidate will demonstrate a clear history of initiative, problem-solving, and results-driven excellence in all personal, academic, and professional endeavors.

Responsibilites:

  • Grant Tracking, Writing, and Reporting:Support GNA’s highly successful grant writing and funding procurement team. Track alternative fuel and advanced technology grant opportunities in assigned regions of the country, write grants under guidance from management, and complete grant reporting activities for grant funds obtained on behalf clients. Assist public agencies in reviewing grant applications. Exceptional organizational and writing skills are critical for a candidate that is interested in this position.
  • Outreach and Organization:Develop and implement strategies to communicate the objective of projects to diverse audiences, including business, government, non-profit organizations and community groups. Conduct surveying, data gathering, and informational awareness campaigns via telephone, internet, in person, and other outreach strategies.
  • Research:Conduct primary and secondary research on a broad spectrum of market, technical, and policy issues and manage the development and production of high quality reports which provide this research to either specific or broad audiences.
  • Analysis:Undertake rigorous quantitative and qualitative analysis of pertinent public policy, market, technological, and environmental trends. Results should identify critical market/public sector need, barriers, and opportunities and will provide technical, economic, social and/or programmatic solutions.
  • Communications and Project Management Support:As a member of the Programs team, you will participate in creating efficient and cost-effective results on both client and company projects. This will involve independently tracking and reporting on progress related to all assigned tasks and preparing project status memos for your team.

Qualifications:

  • Education:A BA or BS from a top-tier school and a strong potential for professional success is required. Candidates with will only be considered if they possess an exemplary record of success, leadership, and expertise relevant to our needs.
  • Professional Experience:1-2 years of experience in fast-paced, deadline-driven environments are required. Experience working with alternative fuels, advanced transportation technology, renewable energy, air quality, or energy policy is a plus.
  • Skills:Exceptional professional and student leadership, management, writing, research, analytical, communication, public speaking and presentation, organization, facilitation, and interpersonal skills. In addition to a strong technical/analytical background and top-notch communications skills, a general grasp of business strategy, organizational and leadership issues is also necessary. Must be able to learn from constructive criticism and adapt to rapidly-changing project needs and priorities.
  • Expertise:Technical, analytical, and/or engineering expertise in the environmental and/or energy domain, combined with some marketing, communications, or public relations experience a plus.
  • Language:Fluency in English is required and Spanish is a plus.
  • Ability to Travel:Travel may be required.

How to Apply: Qualified candidates should e-mail a cover letter, resume, two (2) relevant writing samples and minimum salary requirements, to HR@Gladstein.org. Be sure to include “NYC ASSOCIATE POSITION” in the subject line of your email.

There is no relocation assistance for this position therefore, only local candidates who already reside in the New York Metro Area will be contacted. You may also send your application packet by U.S. Mail or submit it in person at our New York offices at 5 Pennsylvania Plaza 23rd Floor, New York, NY 10001.

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