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Published on March 11th, 2016 | by Derek Markham


Clean Tech Jobs For The Week Of March 11, 2016

March 11th, 2016 by  

The top clean tech jobs for this week include listings for a full-stack developer for a green IT company, a wind energy equipment quality engineer, a renewable energy engineer, and several solar sales positions.


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The top clean tech job listings for the week of March 11th, 2016:

Solar Sales Energy Specialist: SolarCity (3 positions)
It all starts here! Field Energy Specialist is the first point of contact to help educate potential customers about the many benefits of solar energy and the benefits of installing SolarCity’s residential solar systems. Through our many partnerships, such as with The Home Depot or Best Buy, you will be responsible for identifying potential SolarCity customers, answering their questions regarding our service and arranging customer consultations in their homes with our Outside Solar Sales Consultants. You will receive extensive training on SolarCity’s advanced sales process and technologies. SolarCity’s philosophy is to reward and promote top performers.

Full-stack developer: Ecosia, “the search engine that plants trees”, is a pioneering social business and one of the first B Corporations in Europe. As part of our mission to cultivate a more environmentally, socially and economically sustainable world, we want to plant a billion native trees by 2020. Our 3 million users do 25 million searches every month and our small, dedicated team needs to grow! We’re now looking for a Full Stack Developer, who will be responsible for keeping our products on the lean cutting-edge.

Wind Turbine Manufacturing Quality Engineer: GE Renewable Energy
GE Power is a world leader in power generation with deep domain expertise that helps customers deliver electricity from a wide spectrum of fuel sources. The Wind Turbine Manufacturing Quality Engineer will be responsible for defined work or projects with moderate complexity. In this role, you will follow an individual work plan, meet day-to-day short-term objectives, and resolve issues through immediate action or short-term planning.

Principal Engineer, Renewable Energy: AECOM Brisbane, Australia
AECOM’s Renewable & Energy Advisory business in Australia is seeking to expand its team in Brisbane. We are looking for technical experts in clean energy sector, who not only have the passion for technical excellence, but also enjoy the challenge of interesting projects. This is a fantastic opportunity to be actively involved on high profiled power generation projects across Australia and South East Asia.

Solar Affiliate or Ambassador (Appointment Setter)
ENVER Solar was recently ranked #41 out of 1 Million Remodeling Contractors Nationally and #8 in California. Enver is also a HERO Channel Partner (1 of only 12 in the entire state). Duties: Call on a list of our potential clients and set solar appointments.

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