From day one at NREL, you’ll connect with coworkers driven by the same mission to save the planet. By joining an organization that values a supportive, inclusive, and flexible work environment, you’ll have the opportunity to engage through our eight employee resource groups, numerous employee-driven clubs, learning and professional development classes.
A Culture of Inclusion & Diversity
Through our commitment to enriching our organization with people of different origins, beliefs, backgrounds, and ways of thinking, we are better able to leverage the collective power of our teams and solve the world’s most complex energy challenges. We strive for a culture of trust and respect where everyone contributes their perspectives and authentic selves; reaches their potential as individuals and teams; collaborates to work towards NREL’s overall mission of advancing the science and engineering of energy efficiency, sustainable transportation, and renewable power technologies; and provides the knowledge to integrate and optimize energy systems.
This position will be filled at the Level II or III based on the basic and required qualifications of the selected candidate
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL) Communications Office has an opening for an experienced Communications Project Coordinator to support complex communication campaigns, projects and events related to buildings and solar technologies. This position may be a great match if…
You have strong creative writing skills, an eagle eye for details, and the ability to craft a positive stakeholder experience through print and digital communications
You’re passionate about finding creative ways to engage a wide range of stakeholders through multiple channels—especially digital and in-person events and webinars and other outreach strategies
You’re at your best when diving into details and thrive when working with a team on event-related communications and multi-year communication campaigns
You have previous experience as a communications agency account coordinator (or similar role).
In this Communications Professional II/III position, you will develop and execute multiple, complex communication program plans and events in parallel—tracking budget and deliverables against deadlines for our clients at NREL and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Our team works in an agency-like setting, where you’ll help produce creative content through collaboration with clients, project managers, writers, editors, videographers, web specialists, and graphic designers.
We’ll rely on your help to ensure exceptional, consistent quality and client service, so we’re looking for a self-motivated individual who is familiar with traditional and digital communications, demonstrates attention to detail and quality, delivers creative solutions, and is comfortable interacting directly with research staff and management while building strong working relationships across NREL’s Communications Office.
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About NREL and the Communications Office
NREL is the only DOE facility dedicated completely to renewable energy and energy efficiency research. As part of the Communications Office’s Science & Technology Group, our team is one of 12 representing the lab’s wide-ranging research areas.
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