The Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) is hiring for two new full-time positions to support a new Center focusing on the human dimensions of energy efficiency programs.
The Center will address the challenge of ensuring that energy users benefit more equitably from efficiency programs. This work will also focus on how to leverage behavioral science techniques and nudges (such as social norms, loss aversion, anchor bias, etc.) to benefit energy efficiency programs. The launch of this new Center builds off of CEE’s current collaboration with the UsersTCP of the International Energy Agency (IEA) on better engaging “Hard to Reach” (HTR) customers (such as low income, low-English proficiency, BIPOC, and small businesses) in energy efficiency programs.
Both positions would become part of a team at CEE working with CEE member organizations, government, and non-government agencies throughout the US and Canada to help improve the application of behavioral insights to energy efficiency and ensure that more energy users benefit equitably from energy efficiency programs.
- Senior Program Manager: https://cee1.org/node/708
- Program Assistant: https://cee1.org/node/707
For both positions, candidates must be eligible to work in the US. Anticipated start date for both positions is Feb. 7.