VEIC

Senior Analyst - Efficency Programs

Job Locations US-VT-Winooski | US
# of Openings
1
Category
Consulting

Overview

VEIC is a sustainable energy company on a mission to generate the energy solutions the world needs. For more than 30 years, VEIC has worked with governments, utilities, foundations, and businesses across North America to design and deploy clean-energy services spanning energy efficiency, building decarbonization, transportation electrification, and a clean and flexible grid. 

 

VEIC administers three large-scale energy efficiency and decarbonization programs and provides full-service consulting and engineering services. VEIC is nationally recognized for originating pilots and programs that optimize energy use, reduce energy burdens for low-income customers, and advance emerging technologies and innovative program models.

 

The Senior Analyst performs research, analysis, and technically oriented project management to contribute to the successful execution of consulting and engineering projects delivering energy solutions to clients across the country. Project work focuses on decarbonization, through energy efficiency and building and transportation electrification. The ideal candidate will have some experience with processes and tools that support stakeholder engagement and scenario modeling for decarbonization planning. This position will also support internal initiatives of strategic importance to Energy Services.

 

This role enjoys engaging work within a non-profit, forward-thinking, energy consulting business and is available to work completely remotely (depending on needs/location) or hybrid with VEIC having physical offices in Winooski, Vermont, D.C., and Columbus, Ohio.

 

We are committed to building a work community that is inclusive and represents a vibrant diversity of background, experience, perspective, and thought. Climate change impacts all of us; however, we are impacted differently based on our identities and experiences. We all deserve a place at the table to make decisions about our collective future – we hope you'll consider joining us as we work towards our vision for a healthy planet, thriving people, and energy justice.

 

Candidates across all markers of identity (age, race, gender, ability, communication style, etc.) are highly encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities

  • Independently conducts complex research and may conduct complex analysis to support Energy Services projects, applying quantitative and/or qualitative methods.
  • Leads the development of project deliverables and contributes to project work through collaboration with project team, managing multiple project timelines at different stages across a variety of projects.
  • Supports the development of approach, methods, and project deliverables, and may support management of small projects.
  • Supports peer analysts as necessary, along with activities of other staff, groups, and divisions within VEIC as is necessary to accomplish organizational goals and objectives.

Qualifications

  • Strong personal commitment to the mission, vision, goals and values of VEIC.
  • Undergraduate degree in a related field or a similar combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills were acquired.
  • At least three years of experience with energy efficiency, transportation and/or building electrification analysis, programs, or policies, or a combination of experience from which comparable skills were acquired.
  • Excellent research and/or analytical skills, including strong facility with quantitative or qualitative analysis techniques.
  • Good written and oral communication skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Process-oriented.
  • Ability to handle multiple competing priorities and deadlines.
  • Demonstrated ability to be organized, detail oriented, and accurate.
  • General knowledge of standard office computer applications, including word processing and spreadsheet software.

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