Energy Action Network (EAN) is seeking a motivated, collaborative, and multi-skilled leader with a proven ability to foster coordination and cooperation among diverse partners. The successful applicant will have excellent facilitation and communication skills, and will become a core part of our non-profit staff team in a senior management, permanent, full-time employment position.
EAN is a diverse network of hundreds of non-profit, business, public agency, and other organizations across Vermont working together in a collective impact framework and supported by a core staff to further the Network’s mission: to achieve Vermont’s 90% renewable by 2050 total energy commitment and to significantly reduce Vermont’s greenhouse gas emissions in ways that create a more just, thriving, and sustainable future for Vermonters.
The Network is supported by a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (Energy Action Network, Inc.), currently made up of three full-time staff that serves a backbone coordination and support role for the Network.
EAN’s Network Manager plays a key coordination role in our efforts to serve as a trusted convener and an effective steward of efforts to achieve the Network’s mission. EAN’s work enables large-scale change by fostering collaboration among a diverse group of stakeholders in a rapidly evolving energy landscape. As such, the role of Network Manager involves working with and across multiple interests and members to foster learning, collaboration, and innovation that advances a common agenda. It requires continually tracking progress toward goals, coordinating the efforts of organizational leaders with busy schedules, managing Network events and communications, and an understanding of the energy needs, policies, and technologies that are driving change in Vermont and elsewhere. The Network Manager will work closely with and be supervised by the Executive Director and collaborate with other staff and Network members to provide backbone support to the Network. Specifically, the Network Manager’s responsibilities will include:
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Submit a resume and cover letter outlining your interest in the work of EAN, what you would bring to this important collaborative effort.
Address applications to: Jared Duval, Executive Director, Energy Action Network
www.eanvt.org & www.vtenergydashboard.org
Applications due by November 30, 2020. Position open until filled.
EAN is an equal opportunity employer.
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