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Top Clean Tech Jobs Of The Week

The top clean tech jobs for this week include listings for a marketing coordinator for energy storage products, a solar contractor installation manager, a senior control engineer at an electric motor company, an operations and maintenance engineer at a solar company, a project engineer at a renewable energy provider, and more.

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The top clean tech job listings for the week of April 30th, 2016:

Marketing Communications, Energy Storage: Mercedes-Benz R&D North America
The Energy Storage Marketing Coordinator will lead marketing activity for energy storage products launched in the US market. This includes developing messaging, managing conference and events, creating exhibit booths, and producing marketing collateral. The newly formed energy storage division will experience fast growth and needs someone willing to move quickly with an evolving market.

Certified Solar Contractor – Installation Manager: Erus Energy
Erus Energy, one of the Nation’s fastest growing solar contractors, is seeking a certified solar contractor to act as installation manager and qualifying party to our business expansion in Florida. The position is part of the project team and is fully responsible for the oversight and management of the project cycle for residential solar installations. This includes: schedule; budgets; support of the design process through plan-check and permitting; aiding the Project Manager; providing direction and supervision of all field activities related to the physical construction including participating in the installation of the systems; and planning/management for all general conditions requirements to successfully install the project on-time and within budget, while maintaining required levels for quality and safety.

Senior Control Engineer, Electric Motors: Tula Technology, Inc.
In this role your primary responsibility will be to develop software for high-performance control of electric motor systems including motor-generators, power inverters, and energy storage systems, and create, maintain, and effectively use simulation and embeddable models of these systems for performance evaluation and model-based control. In addition, your deep skills in embedded control will assist related areas in engine control and power electronics beyond electric motors. You are expected to be comfortable in an initially high uncertainty design environment which progressively removes uncertainties and builds toward releasable products that meet customer needs. We will require strong team membership skills, and the ability to lead and support multiple simultaneous projects related to Tula’s advanced engine control products implementing next-generation engine efficiency technology.

Operations & Maintenance Engineer: Canadian Solar
Canadian Solar, Inc. is currently seeking an Operations & Maintenance Engineer for our Global Energy Business division. The individual must have a background in electrical engineering (AC/DC power generation), as well as possess knowledge and understanding of computer/ software programming with skills in network configuration and management. The ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills with experience in a customer/ supplier service environment to help drive continuous improvement initiatives to achieve overall systems efficiency that meet customer revenue expectations while minimizing systems downtime. The individual will work closely with Field Technicians and sub-contractors.

Project Engineer, Hawai‘i: OpTerra Energy Services
The Project Engineer, Hawai‘i will create the design of the renewable energy systems, Energy Conservation Measures, audit specifications and assist in developing opportunities as assigned throughout the construction period. The Project Engineer in this position may interact with his or her supervisor weekly to receive guidance and feedback. Some non-routine activities may require a supervisor’s advanced approval. The position requires time in the field auditing and collecting data. The Project Engineer needs to be a self-starter, have the ability to work independently, and takes the initiative to identify solutions.

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