Clean power is positioned to help solve two of America’s biggest challenges: rebuilding our economy and addressing climate change. The American Clean Power Association (ACP) is a growing association leading the way forward on these solutions.
We are uniting companies across the clean power sector to support policies that will remove barriers and accelerate growth in America’s renewable energy industry. We help to provide cost-effective solutions to the climate crisis while creating jobs, spurring investment in the American economy, and driving high-tech innovation across the U.S.
What We Need
ACP seeks a Research & Analytics Manager to help support the association’s analytic agenda through federal and state policy research, electric sector analysis, data collection and management, economic impact analysis, and market modeling.
What You Will Do
Reporting to the Vice President of Research & Analytics, this position will inform strategic planning and drive member value through the development of industry reports, collateral, datasets, and fact sheets. The incumbent will support ACP in maintaining a fluent awareness of market trends and commercial activities, using quantitative methods to evaluate the impact of potential and existing policies on the industry. This position will effectively represent the clean power industry before policy makers, industry stakeholders, members, and the media.
Essential Functions/Major Responsibilities
In this role, the Research & Analytics Manager will lead association and industry efforts on issues requiring extensive data analysis and technical competence, developing industry market reports covering a wide range of clean power sectors. As envisioned, this will include:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs. Limited travel is required.
Education and/or Experience
Qualified applicants may possess any combination of education and experience enabling them to successfully perform the responsibilities of the position. Preferred qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative field such as economics, engineering, statistics, or computer science preferred. Master’s degree a plus. Five or more years of industry experience preferred, ideally with demonstrated experience in policy, advocacy, or research.
Skills and Abilities
A high level of interpersonal skills is important to interact effectively with a wide range of people including other ACP staff, ACP members, federal agency staff, and others.
With ACP’s exciting and ambitious agenda, this job is likely to include challenging work that will sometimes need to be completed on a tight deadline. Our employee team is friendly, growing, and driven by a commitment to our mission. We provide a competitive benefits package, and we are both telework-friendly and easily accessible in person via public transit. ACP is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information see www.cleanpower.org.
Email your resume and cover letter to hrjobs @ cleanpower.org with Research & Analytics Manager - [Your Last Name] in the Subject line. OR mail to American Clean Power, 1501 M Street NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC 20005 ATTN: HR.
Please include any salary expectations and your available start date in your cover letter.
As part of your application, please provide a sample presentation, market report or published analysis showcasing your ability to condense information into polished professional reports for communication to market participants, policy makers, and/or stakeholders. Your example should highlight logical organization, succinct conveyance of key information, and appealing data visualizations.