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Clean Tech Jobs For The Week Of April 18, 2016

The top clean tech jobs for this week include listings for the director of a clean electronics organization, a systems engineer for a global semiconductor company, a membership development manager for a clean tech trade organization, an entry level sales development opportunity at a solar company, a manager of responsible mining and energy at a conservation organization, and more.

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

Director, Clean Electronics Production Network: Green America
The Clean Electronic Production Network (CEPN) is a new multi-stakeholder, cross-industry collaboration that is in the initial launch and development stages. The goal of the Network is to move the electronics industry towards zero exposure to toxic chemicals in the manufacturing process. CEPN is an Innovation Network (IN) of the Center for Sustainability Solutions, which brings all of Green America’s green economy supply-side work into a powerful new flagship program for Green America. The Center convenes multi-stakeholder initiatives dedicated to accelerating the shift to environmental sustainability and social justice, while eliminating environmental and human abuses in key areas such as energy, agriculture and manufacturing.

Systems Engineer: Texas Instruments
An exciting role that leverages systems expertise for Energy Grid sector. The systems engineer will be responsible to develop sub-system reference designs for several end-equipments (EE) identified as growth vectors for the grid. In addition, the candidate will drive EE coverage by creating differentiated content via TI Designs, EE reference diagrams, EE One-pagers, EE systems pages that will be made available to customers on the web. Additional responsibilities include regular interaction with customers, sales, field application engineers and engineers from the product groups. The candidate will have a huge focus to design, integrate and test sub-systems that solve a problem in unique and differentiated methods using silicon products from Texas Instruments. The candidate will also create technical training material to be made available via web portals of Texas Instruments.

Membership Development Manager: Solar Energy Industries Association
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is the national trade association of the solar energy industry representing nearly 1,000 companies from around the world. Our mission is to build a strong solar industry to power America. We achieve that aim by supporting pro-solar policy at the federal and state level, developing cutting-edge industry research, and speaking as the voice of the solar industry to press and public. The Membership Development Manager reports to the Director of Membership. The core function of this position is to recruit new corporate members.

Solar Demand Management Sherpa: Dividend Solar
The Solar DM Sherpa, Dividend Solar Inc. role is an entry level sales development opportunity within the rapidly growing Solar FinTech industry. Homeowners, solar installers and investors all interact with and leverage our platform on a day-to-day basis, where your primary role will be to provide outstanding education, insight and service to the homeowners. Your daily tasks will revolve around, but are not limited to, speaking with consumers about their specific solar journey (beginning, middle & end), providing our partners with outstanding service, managing your personal funnel in Salesforce, developing and implementing new ideas around outreach and generally adding to the great culture in our office.

Manager, Responsible Mining & Energy: Conservation International
For nearly 30 years, Conservation International (CI) has been protecting nature for the benefit of all​. We know that human beings are totally dependent on nature — and that by saving nature, we’re saving ourselves. To that end, CI is helping to build a healthier, more prosperous and more productive planet. The Manager will provide support to the Responsible Mining and Energy (RM&E) Program in delivery of work products that develop and advance key sector partnerships, as well as promote CI’s work to innovate and demonstrate responsible business practices within the industry.

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