Researcher and Communications Manager – Energy and Policy Institute
Location: Flexible within the U.S.
Experience: Deep experience in energy advocacy, research, journalism or politics
Summary: The Energy and Policy Institute is seeking a new team member who can help us hold the companies that are blocking climate and renewable energy progress accountable for their actions. The Researcher and Communications Manager will lead our investigations in a handful of key states and work closely with allies and reporters to expose efforts to undermine climate and clean energy progress and perpetuate energy injustice.
About EPI: EPI is a watchdog group that exposes the anti-clean energy, anti-democracy behavior of fossil fuel companies, utilities, and their lobbying and public relations machines. Our team provides communities with the information they need to hold corporations and policymakers accountable when they advocate for cleaner and fairer energy systems.
We are a passionate, fun and supportive team on a mission to accelerate climate progress and to create more equitable and just energy systems. We value our relationships with each other, hard work and a high level of impact.
This position offers competitive benefits: health, vision, and dental insurance; life and disability insurance; a generous vacation package; three months of paid parental leave.
The Energy and Policy Institute is funded by charitable foundations. We do not receive funding from corporations or trade associations.
The Energy and Policy Institute values a diversity of backgrounds and experiences and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. We strongly encourage people who identify as women, people of color, gender non-conforming, LGBTQIA+ and people with disabilities to apply.
Salary range: $70,000 to $80,000
To apply: https://www.energyandpolicy.org/research-and-communications-manager/
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You might be a great candidate if you have the following demonstrable knowledge, skills and/or experience:
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