The National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL) Communications Office has an opening for an experienced communications project manager who will lead a team to amplify wind energy-related research.
In this role, you will be accountable for delivering communication strategies and results on time/on budget in a fast-paced agency-like model. You will motivate and guide our team’s delivery of five-star customer service through establishing relationships and trust with our clients at the Department of Energy Wind Energy Technologies Office and NREL’s Wind Energy Program.
We’re looking for a proactive leader who has experience overseeing high-performing teams and managing complex budgets and multiple communications campaigns with minimal direction. You’ll apply a hands-on approach to ensuring day-to-day details meet big picture objectives by coaching team members, adding creative solutions, and continuously improving team processes.
Excellent interpersonal, presentation, and oral and written communications skills are essential to collaboration with senior internal and external clients on projects requiring coordination between multiple organizations. An advanced understanding and application of communication project/budget management principles, concepts, best practices, and standards is required for successful collaboration with writers, technical editors, graphic designers, and web producers/developers.
Successful candidates will be able to inspire their teams through exemplary attention to detail and quality, strong writing and editing skills, knowledge of traditional and digital communication standards and best practices, a can-do attitude, a passion for problem-solving, and a collaborative workstyle that helps to maintain good working relationships with clients and team members.
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About NREL and the Communications Office
NREL is the only U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory dedicated to renewable energy and energy efficiency research. The NREL Communications Office (CO) is comprised of communications experts in a variety of disciplines focused on raising awareness about the lab and DOE programs. This position resides in CO’s Science and Technology Communications Group, which consists of 12 teams representing NREL’s wide-ranging research areas.
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