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Clean Tech Jobs For The Week Of April 25, 2016

The top clean tech jobs for this week include listings for a product marketing manager for a major energy storage player, a biofuel marketing manager, an associate wind site manager, a business development associate at a green startup, a solar program manager, a green building project manager, and more.

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

Product Marketing Manager: Tesla Energy
The Tesla Energy Product Marketing Manager will define and execute the marketing strategy for the Powerwall Home Battery and Powerpack Commercial Battery. Tesla approaches marketing differently. The Product Marketing Manager will develop innovative strategies to grow customer awareness and sales without traditional advertising. The role will manage a global team responsible for content definition and design, technical marketing and channel marketing. Additionally, the role will work closely with the Tesla vehicle marketing and communications teams to maintain and enhance product and brand values.

Marketing Manager, Biofuel – North America: Novozymes
Are you looking to work in a dynamic, growing industry and make a positive impact on the environment and the world? Join our team as a Marketing Manager in Biofuels where you will exercise strong leadership skills, superior analytical capabilities, and a creative mindset. In this role you will launch new products and services, identify and develop business cases for key growth opportunities, lead cross-functional teams and manage projects, and work closely with Global Sales and Technical Service teams to drive business growth.

Associate Wind Site Manager: NextEra Energy
Position is responsible for the daily management and leadership of a wind power generation facility. This position must be able to ensure compliance to all standard operating processes and emulate the NextEra Energy Corporate Values. This position will require interfacing with land owners, utilities, regulatory agencies, and local government and/or community representatives. Monitors /controls/forecasts plant budgets and ensures compliance with all contractual obligations.

Business Development Associate: Citizen Energy
Through its LED PAYS (Pay As You Save) Program, owners of multi-family and mid-size commercial buildings can upgrade to better quality lighting for $0 upfront, save up to 80% on energy and maintenance costs, and reduce their carbon footprint. The LED PAYS program has a 5 year term, in which Citizen Energy maintains and assures peak performance of the LED lighting systems. Citizen Energy make money by taking a share of the realized and measured savings every month. We are seeking a Business Development Associate to be the sales driver for the company. The individual in this role will focus on B2B sales for our LED PAYS program; convincing commercial and multi-family building owners/managers to upgrade to LED lighting for $0 upfront cost.

Program Manager, Solar: NEXTracker
NEXTracker is one of the most promising, fastest growing companies in today’s solar industry. We design and manufacture next generation PV tracking systems that dramatically improve the economics of solar power. NEXTracker is seeking an outstanding Program Manager to facilitate a positive experience with NEXTracker. He/she ensures that NEXTracker’s products and Installation out-perform customer expectations and are of the highest quality possible and develops customer loyalty by optimizing the product to meet customer needs and providing great technical support services on the NEXTracker product.

Green Building Project Manager: New Ecology, Inc.
New Ecology, Inc. is seeking candidates for the position of Project Manager in its Boston office. The Project Manager works with property owners and real estate development teams to improve the performance, occupant health and durability of multifamily buildings. The work requires basic technical architectural and mechanical competency, knowledge of green building practices and technologies, energy efficiency improvement strategies, and building science, and working experience managing LEED certification projects.

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