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The employment opportunities shown here have been submitted by our members and or corporate sponsors. They are considered to be positions related to energy conservation and environmental management. Click on the logos to learn more.

At this time the following organizations have open positions 






Sustainability Leader

Madison, WI

EUA is seeking an experienced leader for sustainability in the built environment.  Given our AIA 2030 Commitment as well as a broad portfolio of sustainable projects across multiple markets to date, this individual will play an important role in continuing as well as defining future sustainability related efforts at EUA.  This individual will represent the firm both internally and with our clients and partners and will report to the Vice President.    The position will be filled in one of our three primary locations - Milwaukee, WI, Madison, WI  or Denver, CO.  Candidates from all locations are welcome!..


EUA is seeking an experienced leader for sustainability in the built environment.  Given our AIA 2030 Commitment as well as a broad portfolio of sustainable projects across multiple markets to date, this individual will play an important role in continuing as well as defining future sustainability related efforts at EUA.  This individual will represent the firm both internally and with our clients and partners and will report to the Vice President.    The position will be filled in one of our three primary locations - Milwaukee, WI, Madison, WI  or Denver, CO.  Candidates from all locations are welcome!..


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

This individual will work alongside project teams and firm leadership to ensure EUA carries out its sustainability goals throughout our project development and delivery processes.  This list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities depending on the skill set of the individual.

  • Provide leadership and direction to firmwide sustainability efforts and goals

  • Demonstrate expertise and knowledge in current and future sustainable building trends as they relate to the markets EUA serves

  • Identify strategies and solutions for clients that improve the performance, sustainability and resiliency of their project

  • Mentor, empower and inspire employees and consultants to find innovative solutions and to advance their knowledge

  • Develop strategy for successfully incorporating the AIA 2030 Commitment into our practice

  • Responsible for creating and updating EUA’s AIA 2030 Commitment Sustainability Action Plan

  • Leadership of the data collection and submittal for the AIA 2030 Commitment

  • Establish benchmarks for EUA’s environmental footprint and suggest changes to our current processes or solutions

  • Responsible for creating and updating EUA’s AIA 2030 Commitment Sustainability Action Plan

  • Responsible for the data collection and submittal for the AIA 2030 Commitment

  • Ensure EUA’s compliance with state and federal environmental statutes and regulations

  • Serve as a subject matter expert for high performance buildings for all EUA’s markets

  • Develop marketing strategies, business plans and proposals with other firm leaders

  • Develop and cultivates client relationships

  • Lead training sessions and workshops on sustainability

  • Maintain sustainability credentials required (LEED, WELL, other)


Necessary Traits/Characteristics:

  • High degree of Integrity

  • Maintain a Positive Attitude

  • Ability to work independently and on multiple projects simultaneously

  • Exceptional Organization Skills

  • Exceptional Communication Skills with Internal and External Teams

  • High Attention to Detail

  • Proactive problem solver


The Fine Print:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, Interior Design or Sustainability (Built Environment) related field, with 10+ years experience in the Architecture or related Industry;

  • Minimum 5 years of leadership of sustainability efforts and/or building rating system administration on projects (LEED, WELL, etc).

  • Recognized as a sustainability expert

  • Extensive knowledge of sustainable design strategies, material selection, and technologies required

  • Experience with performance analysis / energy modeling software a plus


Program Associate for Solar Energy

The Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) seeks a Program Associate to work on the organization’s solar energy initiatives, with an emphasis on programs aimed at low- and moderate-income (LMI) communities. CESA is a national, nonprofit coalition of public agencies and organizations working together to advance clean energy. CESA members—mostly state agencies—include many of the most innovative, successful, and influential public funders of clean energy initiatives in the country. For more information, see


Montpelier, VT


This is a full-time position, with responsibilities commencing immediately upon selection of the most qualified candidate. The position is currently funded for a period of one year.

Position Description:

The Program Associate will carry out research, writing, data collection, and administrative tasks related to CESA’s solar programs. Responsibilities will include:

• Provide information and analysis to support state clean energy programs, particularly in the        area of solar energy    
• Help manage and prepare progress reports on grants that CESA has received from the US        Department of Energy to promote strategies for states to implement solar for LMI communities
• Monitor solar energy market trends and policy developments in order to identify relevant            information for state policymakers, agency staff members, and other stakeholders
• Work with state policymakers, energy agency staff members, and representatives of LMI            communities to promote and implement desirable solar policies and programs
• Research and draft white papers, short reports, and memos on various clean energy policies      and on strategies for states to use public funds effectively to advance clean energy
• Carry out other research, writing, and administrative tasks as necessary.

Desired Qualifications and Experience:

• Knowledge of clean energy issues and the types of policies used to advance clean energy at      the state level
• Understanding of the solar energy industry and the market for photovoltaic installations
• Understanding of the energy issues facing LMI households and communities
• Strong research skills • Ability to organize and keep track of detailed information
• Excellent communication and writing skills
• Flexibility, focus, and resilience in the face of competing demands for attention and a rapidly      evolving agenda.

Education and Experience:

• Three years’ relevant work experience
• Undergraduate college degree


  •    Master’s degree in a directly related field
  • Solid work experience in the solar energy industry or on clean energy policy


Occasional domestic travel is required. Business travel typically lasts from two to three days with some weekend travel necessary.

To Apply:

Submit a cover letter, resume, two references, and a writing sample via email to For the email’s subject line, enter “Solar Program Associate.” Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. 

CESA provides competitive salaries and benefits, including health insurance. CESA is an equal opportunity employer. CESA does not discriminate in hiring or employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, marital or familial status, national origin, ancestry, non-job-related disability, or status as a veteran.


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Public Service Commission

Now Hiring: Executive Assistant to Commissioner Tyler Huebner at the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin

About the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin: The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin’s mission is to oversee and facilitate the efficient and fair provision of quality utility services in Wisconsin including electricity, natural gas, steam, and water. The PSC ensures safe, reliable, affordable, and environmentally responsible utility services and equitable access to telecommunications and broadband services.

Job Description: This individual will serve as the chief policy advisor to new Commissioner Tyler Huebner. The individual will, depending on their strengths and experiences:

  • Review all current dockets and provide high-quality legal, technical, and/or policy analysis to advise Commissioner Huebner on the decisions to be made.
  • Meet and build internal relationships with PSC staff to ensure the Commissioner fully understands the issues and procedures at hand and that the Commissioner’s decisions can be implemented effectively and efficiently by the affected parties and the PSC staff.
  • Meet and build relationships with parties and external stakeholders spanning regulated utilities, telecommunications providers, industry stakeholders, and external stakeholders, groups, and associations representing various customer, rural, environmental, clean energy, and/or economic development interests.
  • Draft or coordinate the drafting of reports, briefs, remarks and other documents for Commissioner Huebner.
  • Serve as Commissioner Huebner’s spokesperson when he cannot attend events. Serve as Commissioner’s designee on working groups and committees.
  • Participate in and coordinate, where necessary, meetings, working groups, and stakeholder groups on matters of importance to the Commission or Commissioner Huebner’s objectives.
  • Work with other state agencies and the Governor’s office on behalf of Commissioner Huebner.
  • Help develop comprehensive short and long-term strategy for Commissioner Huebner’s tenure on the Commission in support of the PSC’s purpose and mission.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

  • Knowledge in fields such as energy policy, water policy, engineering, and/or finance
  • Experience or familiarity with legislative and administrative bodies
  • Ability to work with a variety of professionals, including accountants, engineers, economists, and attorneys
  • Skilled in verbal, written, and interpersonal communications

Compensation and Benefits:Salary will be determined based on qualifications and experience. In this role you will be a State of Wisconsin employee entitled to the full benefits offered by the State including vacation, holiday, sick leave, health, dental, vision, life, income continuation, retirement, and other benefits.

To Apply: If you are interested in applying for this role, please email your cover letter, resume, and three references to Joshua Cole,, by Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 5:00pm

 Faith Technologies, an acclaimed energy expert and national leader in electrical planning, engineering, design and installation.  Follow this link to learn more about their career opportunities.

Mercury Marine is seeking a highly motivated, self-directed, self-starter, to function as a Facilities Mechanical Systems Engineer for our Fond du Lac, WI campus.  This individual will be responsible to work with engineers, managers, operations, research & development and maintenance to design, develop and maintain campus building mechanical infrastructure systems and industrial process systems.



·        Engineering of office and large industrial mechanical support infrastructure including; HVAC, boiler, chiller, point source capture, natural gas, compressed air, water and sanitary systems.

·        Conceptual engineering, engineering design and analyses to support Project Engineers and Management on capital expenditure projects for large industrial systems including casting, finishing, machining, paint systems, engine and drive product assembly and testing.

·        Support Facilities operations through activities such as, building expansions, process improvements, utility, environmental, safety and sustainability system upgrades, machine and system relocations and new equipment installations.

·        Manage or assist capital expenditure projects from conception or design, to purchase, fabrication, construction, installation, commissioning and control.  Complete planning and scheduling for relocation and refurbishment of equipment and machinery.

·        Responsible for technical support including, engineering designs, project planning, cost estimates, justification, construction, fabrication or installation support.  Provide leadership to internal and external multidisciplinary teams to ensure designs, design processes and design standards are compatible.

Details and Application

Digital Marketing Manager

APTIM  Madison, WI, US

The Digital Marketing Manager will oversee strategy, planning, execution and management of digital/online marketing campaigns promoting Wisconsin's Focus on Energy program to eligible residents and businesses. Focus on Energy helps customers reduce their energy use and invest in renewable energy. Duties will include planning, implementing and monitoring our digital marketing campaigns across all digital networks. Our ideal candidate is someone with experience in marketing, art direction, CRM systems and Google Analytics. This role will also help ensure our CRM system can track results of these campaigns and will also work with Focus on Energy's subcontractors to ensure all digital campaigns are cohesive and in one voice. Additionally, there may also be opportunities to work on other energy-efficiency programs being administered by APTIM, an award-winning national energy efficiency company. In addition to being an outstanding communicator, the successful candidate will also demonstrate excellent interpersonal and analytical skills.

APTIM's role as the Program Administrator is to develop energy-savings programs that are vital in the marketplace for residential and business customers. This program is funded by utility clients whom we serve with equity to reduce energy use while providing an opportunity for equitable participation in the Focus on Energy program.

In this role, you will also be working with others who are passionate about energy efficiency and making a positive impact on the industry.
Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities

  • Work as part of an energy efficiency team ensuring that the administration, implementation, and verification of utility sponsored energy efficiency projects are successfully executed
  • Manage all aspects of our digital marketing including email, social and display advertising campaigns.
  • Develop and monitor campaign budgets.
  • Create, execute and monitor campaigns via Google AdWords
  • Inform set up of CRM system to capture results of campaigns
  • Prepare accurate reports on our marketing campaign's overall performance.
  • Identify the latest trends and technologies affecting our industry.
  • Evaluate important metrics that affect our website traffic and target audience.
  • Work with our team to brainstorm new and innovative growth strategies.
  • Oversee other digital projects and other duties as assigned.
  • Coordinate with other team members to ensure all marketing goals are being achieved.
  • Ensure compliance with all APTIM quality and safety policies as well as all OSHA regulations.

Details and Application

Senior Energy Engineer

Location WI - Madison

Job Family Building Energy Program Management & Analysis

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At McKinstry, we’re proud to be a collective group of innovators and problem-solvers, builders and engineers, mentors and students. We strive to create a safe and engaging work environment that empowers you to do the work you are passionate about.

We believe deeply that energy and facility services, engineering and construction are revolutionizing the built environment – and if you’re driven by our mission to transform ideas into meaningful relationships and together, build a thriving planet, McKinstry may be the place for you. Serving our community together is one of the ways we at McKinstry put our shared purpose into action. 

Total collaboration and a diverse, employee-centric work experience are what we can provide you. Integrated delivery and true consultative partnership is what you will help us provide for our clients. Our culture is what differentiates us and because of this, we seek exceptional talent that believes what we believe.

Here's where you come in:

We are currently seeking a Senior Energy Engineer to join our team as a member of our growing Energy and Technical Services National Platform division. We need an awesome Engineer who is ready to tackle new and exciting work that has a 40% domestic travel requirement!

You're great at:

Project Management

  • Develop strategies, goals, and objectives specific to project execution.
  • Support other Energy Engineers and other staff in determining the right technical approach for evaluating complex efficiency solutions.
  • Encourage and facilitate innovation amongst the broader team in identifying energy efficiency solutions.
  • Review and approve Project Risk Reviews for Energy Calculations prior to presenting savings (for projects with which the Senio Building Engineer is not affiliated).
  • Structures Project Risk Reviews for Energy Calculations prior to presenting savings.
  • Makes presentations to clients on findings, recommendations, and solutions.
  • May lead IGA project (schedule, budget, meeting, pre-qualification, site-walks, estimating, scope, M&V, rebates). 
  • Coordinate facility site visits and communicate with outside vendors. 
  • Provide technical assistance to the sales team in developing overall projects in a strategic manner. 

Business Development

  • Develop new methods for improving energy calculation templates to increase efficiency and accuracy
  • Work with the Business Development and Program Management staff to establish tactical solutions and strategic sales approach for project proposals


  • Act as the lead on communicating technical standards and process improvement on a local and regional level.
  • Review energy analysis in Measurement and Verification reports in coordination with the Performance Assurance Specialist.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in writing, reviewing, and editing scopes of work to ensure that the design engineers are meeting the intent of the FIM. 

Learn More and Apply Here

Position Title : Sustainability & Energy Management Coordinator

Employment Status : Full Time

Marquette University Department of University Facilities Planning & Management provides support to the university community through the maintenance and management of all university facilities and grounds as well as planning and execution of capital projects. Our mission is to provide a safe, clean, healthy, comfortable environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors to our campus. The over 200 employees in our department take great pride in caring for the physical assets of our University.

The Coordinator, Sustainability & Energy Management, is responsible for operationalizing the sustainability mission of Marquette. This individual in this role will serve as a point person for all sustainability activities on campus, and coordinate with appropriate University departments to meet annual reporting requirements and other University policies related to sustainability. Sustainability action is fostered through this position for multiple campus divisions. This includes researching and providing best strategies in areas including but is not limited to: energy management, waste and recycling strategies, sustainable food operations, potable and storm water management, alternative transportation planning, LEED or comparable green building standards, procurement methods, conservation awareness, and other related sustainability measures.

This individual will collaborate with students, faculty, and staff and relevant committees to support and enhance current sustainability initiatives and will provide coordination in assisting the University to continue to enhance its efforts and reputation with regard to sustainability programs. The Coordinator, Sustainability & Energy Management will support the academic community to integrate sustainability into curriculum, living learning lab opportunities, internships, as well as campus sustainability service learning. This individual will support University Strategic Plan goal of “Stewardship of Valuable Resources”. A major role of this position is to interpret and in turn provide recommendations to implement sustainability plans and policies. This will be accomplished through the development of feasibility studies, energy use and material flows, and an ability to work across campus to embed sustainability measures into the culture and objectives of each division and unit.

For more details and a link to the application process click here


WAEE, has a very active membership. Professionals, with demonstrated interests and skills in the field energy management, technology and conservation. The members listed here are seeking new and interesting opportunities. You may learn more and contact them through their LinkedIn pages.

At this time the following individuals are interested in career opportunities.

 Ivica John Bilandzija 

Certified Energy Manager, CEM®
Part time employment preferred
Greater Milwaukee Area

John's LinkedIn Profile and Resume

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