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Clean Tech Jobs For The Week Of March 25, 2016

The top clean tech jobs for this week include listings for inside sales for a building performance instrument company, an energy storage research scientist, an energy storage project manager, a systems engineer for a self-driving car initiative, and more.

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The top clean tech job listings for the week of March 25th, 2016:

Inside Technical Sales for Blower Doors & Duct Testers
We are a dynamic, leading manufacturer of instrumentation, training and software that is used in analyzing building performance of a wide range of buildings from houses to high-rises in 60 countries. About you: You will be required to provide professional, timely and knowledgeable customer service while optimizing sales opportunities for a variety of our products. You must be willing to complete training to learn how to use our equipment so you can apply that experience to the sales process. You already have considerable experience in a sales position, preferably in a technical environment.

Research Scientists, Energy Storage: IBM
Energy Storage Science and Solutions group at IBM Research-Almaden is looking for long-term supplemental research scientists (Post-Doctoral Researchers) who will perform cutting edge research on next generation energy storage projects. The successful candidates will perform hands-on experiments and data analysis on energy storage devices including metal-air battery systems. Backgrounds on electrochemistry and/or metal-air batteries are plus but not required. The candidates must have proven written and oral communication skills with the ability to focus on project metrics. The candidate will interact with a large, technically diverse, distributed team across IBM and external partners.

Project Manager/Director, Energy Storage: Invenergy
Invenergy drives innovation in energy. Powered by decades of entrepreneurial experience and unparalleled execution, we solve the energy challenges facing our customers and communities. We provide power generation and storage solutions at scale around the world to create a cleaner energy future. As an Energy Storage Project Manager/Director, you will manage utility scale energy storage projects throughout the United States. Last year, Invenergy won Energy Storage North America’s 2015 Innovation Award for Centralized Storage.

Systems Engineer, Motion Control (Self-Driving Car): Google X
The self-driving car project aims to improve people’s lives by transforming mobility and making it easier and safer for everyone to get around, regardless of their ability to drive. So far, we’ve self-driven over 1 million miles and are currently out on the streets of Mountain View, California and Austin, Texas. Google’s self-driving car program hires systems engineers to ensure we are solving the right problems during the design phase, and to answer the questions “did we build this right” and “did we build the right thing” during the test and evaluation phase.

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