Energy Specialist I - The Weidt Group

Deadline: Rolling

The Weidt Group is an exceptional multidisciplinary group of architects and engineers specializing in energy conservation and sustainable design. We collaborate with A/E teams on commercial and institutional building projects of all types and sizes. We offer an amenable, flexible and collegial working environment in fully day-lit offices.

The Weidt Group is currently seeking an Energy Specialist to join our innovative and creative team in our Chicago office. We are looking for someone who has a good presence, communication skills, and technical skills. We depend on quality people and look for the following traits in candidates:
• Positive attitude
• Goal-oriented, integrity and sense of ownership
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Creativity and desire to produce quality
• Technical flexibility and a desire to learn
• Desire to thrive in a creative team environment

• Work directly with building owners, architects and engineers to understand their energy conservation goals
• Manage a portfolio of projects at different stages of a consulting process
• Deliver energy simulation results and consulting to guide teams toward energy conservation decisions
• Team with project managers to ensure high quality results and deliverables

Blackstone Bicycle Works Program Manager - Experimental Station

Deadline: Open until filled

Blackstone Bicycle Works is a youth education program of the Experimental Station. Blackstone Bicycle Works is a full-service bike shop dedicated to promoting ecological practices and empowering youths from Chicago's South Side, teaching mechanical skills, job skills, and business literacy to youths ages 8-18. 

The Blackstone Bicycle Works Program Manager works under the direction of and reports to Experimental Station's Executive Director and Assistant Director, who in turn support the role of the Program Manager and the Blackstone Bicycle Works program. The Program Manager is also supported by a full-time Youth Services Coordinator/Head Instructor and a full-time Customer Services Coordinator/Head Mechanic, as well as 3-6 part-time staff and a corps of program volunteers. A successful Program Manager will effectively and efficiently manage Experimental Station's Blackstone Bicycle Works youth program, including the business operations of the bicycle shop. The Program Manager is responsible for advancing short and long-term program goals, for helping to identify program needs and orienting staff and youth participants to meet identified needs, for helping to ensure sustainability of the program, for being a key adult presence and mentor for youth participants, and for facilitating smooth operation of the bicycle shop and youth program, stepping in where and when needed. 

Administrative Assistant - Metropolitan Planning Council

Deadline: Rolling

MPC seeks a detail-minded Administrative Assistant who possesses enthusiasm for the Metropolitan Planning Council’s agenda and an eagerness to assist our staff in furthering our mission. The Administrative Assistant provides programmatic and organizational support to advance MPC’s priorities. The Assistant will also provide specific administrative support to three senior staff—Emily Blum, Director of Marketing and Communications, Alden Loury, Director of Research and Evaluation and Audrey Wennink, Director of Transportation.

MPC is looking for an intelligent, highly organized, personable individual who thrives in a collegial work environment and can juggle multiple deadlines. The preferred candidate will have an associate’s or bachelor’s degree and at least two years of work experience. Prior administrative experience and public policy interest/experience is strongly preferred. Expertise with constituent databases, such as MailChimp and Raiser’s Edge is a plus.

Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - The Wilderness Society (DC)

*Opportunity is based in Washington, D.C.

The Director of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion & Special Advisor to the President is a highly visible leadership position at The Wilderness Society.  This director will be a key leader of our important organizational imperative to embed equity, diversity and inclusion throughout TWS policies, practices, mission-driven programs, and workplace culture.

The ideal candidate for this position is an experienced leader and strong project manager who can engage staff at all levels to achieve TWS’ equity, diversity and inclusion goals in an integrated way across TWS departments.  This position is responsible for driving organizational change related to this body of work.  The Director will work directly with the TWS President, Executive Team, directors, managers, and staff teams assigned to implement specific facets of the TWS equity, diversity and inclusion workplan.  The Director will engage regularly with TWS Board of Directors and support the work of the Board’s Equity Committee.

This position is critical to building shared ownership among all staff for creating an inclusive organizational culture that is grounded in trust, accountability to shared goals and outcomes, and that is collaborative, innovative, adaptive, transparent, and supportive of employees, our greatest asset.

Energy Efficiency Proposal and Copywriter - Seventhwave


Energy Efficiency Proposal and Copywriter

Seventhwave is looking for an experienced writer and editor. The right person will be self-motivated, comfortable working across interdisciplinary teams and committed to excellence. The right person will demonstrate superior project management and writing skills, backed by significant proposal and grant writing experience. The right person will be agile, flexible, and collaborative. The ideal person will have enthusiasm for energy efficiency, know the difference between sentence case and title case, and care about parallel construction. If you like working toward a common goal with other passionate, smart, talented people, you will love this job.

Philanthropy Events Coordinator - Seattle Aquarium


Seattle Aquarium is hiring an events coordinator to join the philanthropy team. The philanthropy events coordinator contributes to the success of the department’s fundraising goal by providing strategic, creative and thoughtful recommendations toward a solid fundraising events program that builds on a donor-centric model.

This includes planning and executing donor recognition and cultivation events and assisting the philanthropy events manager with the Aquarium’s major fundraising events. A successful candidate will be able to provide leadership on strategy, new approaches, collaborate with

Aquarium colleagues across departments, and steward key donor and volunteer relationships.

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Energy Efficiency Program Manager - Seventhwave

Deadline: None Specified

Make an impact! Seventhwave seeks a program manager to expand an award-winning utility program that inspires commercial, multifamily and institutional building owners, developers and design teams to achieve deeper reductions in energy use. The position will be based in Chicago and will support implementation of the ComEd Energy Efficiency New Construction program. Seventhwave’s culture is technically rigorous, innovative and values-driven. We are a nonprofit organization committed to economic and environmental sustainability. Our salaries are competitive with the private sector. If you are a self-motivated individual comfortable working across interdisciplinary teams, committed to excellence, have great communication skills, and at least five years of energy efficiency program management experience, you could be the right fit for this position.

Position summary
Seventhwave is seeking an experienced manager with background in energy efficiency program design, implementation and technical assistance. ComEd’s energy efficiency program for commercial new construction is expanding in several areas. The ideal candidate must be agile, flexible, and creative. We are looking for an excellent project manager with program implementation experience. A solid technical background in engineering or commercial building design practices is a plus. This position will help us maintain an excellent client relationship, manage day to day operations of the program, generate required reporting, oversee contracts and subcontracts, ensure the program’s key performance indicators are met,manage the program budget, facilitate coordination across the Seventhwave team, respond quickly to client requests, develop program analytics, and contribute to program design and development activities.

This position will also play an important role in generating program implementation business with new utility and government clients.

Research Assistants - Metropolitan Planning Council


Research assistants play an important role at MPC, offering essential support for our projects, working with staff on a daily basis, attending meetings, and learning about how planning policy works in the real world. We especially like RA applicants who are talented writers, investigators, communicators, and/or GIS users. Visit link to learn more about project areas need research assistants. 

You may apply for an RA position at any time, but as a general guideline new RAs start around May 1, September 1 and January 1. Candidates receiving school credit or compensation through a fellowship program will receive preference in staffing decisions, but all are welcome to apply. Fall and winter RAs are expected to commit at least two full days of work per week, and summer RAs at least three.