Maryland Environmental Service has an opening for an Energy Project Manager
(Energy Policy Manager) within the Technical and Environmental Services
Division working offsite at Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) in Baltimore,
MD. The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of project and personnel
management where daily responsibilities may include budget/scope of work
development and management, ensuring compliance of environmental operations
and monitoring activities with regulatory requirements, project
monitoring/reporting, and client, vendor and staff interaction. This position
will function as the Energy Policy Manager for Maryland Energy Administration,
providing a combination of project management and technical policy and
environmental support skills and services to promote sustainable, renewable
and green energy projects.
Estimated Pay Range:
$80,000 – $135,823.23
- Health Insurance with choice of medical plan and prescription, dental, vision, and life and disability insurance options, along with flexible spending accounts
- 401K retirement savings program with generous agency match
- Paid vacation, personal and sick leave
- Ten paid holidays per year
- Tuition assistance
- Bachelor’s Degree in environmental science, engineering, ecology, economics, political science or a related field from an accredited college or university plus six years of experience in environmental science, regulations, engineering or management, three years of which must have included responsibility managing energy projects.
- Excellent presentation, writing, and analytical skills are required.
- Excellent written and oral skills; superior organization skills and able to meet deadlines, and work well with both internal staff and external parties.
- Analytical expertise and experience demonstrating an understanding of policy analysis.
- Experience and comfort with meeting and interacting with senior business and government officials.
- Experience and/or educational background in energy and economics.
- Past experience writing policy positions and/or regulatory comments.
- Understanding of the regulatory process and experience working with stakeholders in the energy market.
- At least two years of experience working with public policy related to the items listed in the responsibilities section above, with a strong preference of working with energy related issues. Comparable experience may be considered.
- Master’s degree or higher.
- Past utility or energy company experience.
- Experience managing regulatory affairs before a public service/utility commission.
- Modeling and data analysis experience.
Applicants may substitute an applicable advanced education degree for up to
two years of required experience. Must have a valid driver’s license with less
than 5 points.
This position will be open until filled.
Maryland Environmental Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants
must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time
basis. MES does not participate in programs that require sponsorship for work
How to Apply
Please apply using the following link: https://mes.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-
Baltimore, Maryland, United States