Clean Tech Jobs For The Week Of March 18, 2016

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The top clean tech jobs for this week include listings for a senior engineer for a biomass company, a graphic designer for a leading battery energy storage company, an estimator for a renewable energy firm, a sales engineer for a solar company, a wind plant technician, and more.


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The top clean tech job listings for the week of March 18th, 2016:

Senior Engineer: Phoenix Energy
While we are still an early-stage company we have already become the leading developer of biomass gasification plants in the State of California. We are looking to add leadership and strength to our engineering function, which will support active design and construction projects as well as operations and maintenance at our existing facilities. We are seeking a talented individual to strengthen our engineering and operations function.

Graphic Designer: Tesla Energy
Tesla operates around the world. The Tesla Energy Graphic Designer will create content for digital, print, and email formats based on requirements defined by a content manager. A great graphic designer will have extensive experience working in programs like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and other design tools. Assets should be created according to Tesla brand standards and closely compliment the design language of our vehicles, energy products and materials created by the Tesla Motors vehicle team.

Estimator: Infinity Renewables
Education: 4-year degree or equivalent combination of technical training and/or related construction estimating experience. Travel Demands: Yes. Responsibilities: Review and incorporate historical data from estimates, cost data, indexes, subcontracts, productivity analysis reports, etc. into unit and man-hour figures. Review maps, conceptual diagrams, proposal specifications, drawings, equipment specifications, etc. to determine scope of work and required contents of estimate. Prepare estimates by calculating complete takeoff of scope of work. Develop conceptual estimates.

Sales Engineer: REC Solar
The Sales Engineer reports to the Sales Engineering Manager – and is responsible for supporting and managing the technical project qualification and proposal requirements, and performing technical diligence, for new commercial and utility scale solar projects during the development and Sales proposal stages. The Sales Engineer will identify the most appropriate technical solution, work with other members of the team with regards to regionally driven incentives, and optimize overall lifecycle project cost. Travel is expected and required as needed by project location and scope. The Sales Engineer is also responsible for supporting the contracting and booking phases of awarded projects, and transferring knowledge and information to other teams for implementation.

Wind Plant Technician: Iberdrola
Iberdrola Renewables is seeking to fill a Wind Plant Technician opening to support the MinnDakota facility located in Elkton, SD. This position is responsible for the onsite operations, maintenance, repairs and replacement of equipment on a wind powered generation plant, and leads in all areas of plant operations as directed by the Plant Manager.

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