The Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC) is a not-for-profit corporate instrumentality of state- created statutorily by the Maryland General Assembly.

A Board of Directors, appointed by the Governor, provides oversight for the organization.

MCEC serves as a statewide green bank with a mission to transform the energy economy in Maryland by increasing clean energy jobs, driving commercialization of technological innovations, and enabling consumer adoption of clean energy products and services. MCEC facilitates access to capital through leveraged or direct investment and operates financing programs targeted to serve various consumer audiences, and underserved communities. The Center provides specialized procurement and technical services in order to facilitate and expedite project implementation.



MCEC is seeking a Program Manager to join our Procurement and Technical Services Division, with a shared focus on advancing the deployment of cleantech solutions, to join our team of talented individuals.

With this position, MCEC intends to scale up the strategic procurement and technical services to public and private sector clients seeking to develop, build, finance, own and operate clean energy and energy efficiency systems, infrastructure, and technologies. Primary responsibilities will include but may not be limited to: clean energy project management; program management and pipeline development; direct outreach to stakeholders and end users; and contract development and administration, including RFP/RFQ preparation, process management and proposal evaluation.

The ideal candidate for this position will have multi-tasking skills and demonstrate attention to detail, providing a combination of energy project management and specialized customer support to promote sustainable, renewable and clean energy, and sustainability projects. This role also provides internal procurement support to the organization, with a goal of integrating MCEC business channels in order to meet evolving customer needs.

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