Job Announcement: September 17, 2018
Position Title: Manager, Regulatory Affairs
Terms: Full time
California is one of the world’s leaders in energy efficiency and demand response, yet these sectors must grow substantially to achieve California’s carbon-reduction goals in a cost-effective, reliable and equitable manner. The person filling this position will play a key role in helping California establish the regulatory environment and market conditions needed to get California on a successful track for decades of growth in energy efficiency and demand management. This position is intended to start at the Manager level and, after demonstrated performance, ladder to a Director position.
About the California Efficiency + Demand Management Council:
The California Energy Efficiency + Demand Management Council (the Council) is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit corporation representing the energy efficiency and demand response industries. The Council’s mission is to support energy-efficiency and demand-response policies, programs, and technologies to create sustainable jobs, foster long-term economic growth, develop stable and reasonably priced energy infrastructures, and drive environmental improvement. The Council was formed in July 2009, and currently has over 80 member companies. For more information, visit our website, www.cedmc.org.
About the Position:
The ideal candidate would have:
In addition to representing the Council in regulatory proceedings, including drafting position papers and formal comments, the person filling this position will also be responsible for updating our membership on regulatory developments. This position will require regularly briefing board committees as well as contributing to webinars, newsletters and newsflashes, and our regular policy calls. He or she will work closely with our Senior Policy Director, who has overarching responsibility for developing and coordinating our regulatory positions with our members and board committees.
Duties and Responsibilities
Requirements and Core Competencies
Location and Compensation
This position will be located in the Bay Area, and require regular presence at the California Public Utilities Commission. Compensation is competitive with California trade associations, and includes a full benefits package.
Interested candidates should send a resume with a cover letter detailing their interest and suitability for position, as well as their salary expectations and available start date, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and should be submitted no later than October 5.