The Public Outreach and Marketing Manager at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is responsible for the development, coordination, management and implementation of public events and marketing efforts. Public events and marketing are part of a proactive marketing and communications strategy to increase public awareness of clean energy adoption opportunities, Massachusetts’ competitive advantages relative to other states and regions for clean energy companies and the role MassCEC plays in accelerating growth in the clean energy cluster.
The Public Outreach and Marketing Manager is charged with maintaining consistent and frequent communication across the organization during the development of and production of public events. The ideal candidate should be a team player, detail-oriented and have excellent communication skills.
MassCEC is a fast-paced, professional work environment. The Public Outreach and Marketing Manager should be prepared to maintain a steady flow of work for on-going projects while also helping on short-term requests that require a quick turnaround. The Public Outreach and Marketing Manager will report to the Senior Director of Marketing and Communications, while working closely with members of the MassCEC operations team, program teams and members of the senior and executive staff including the CEO. The Public Outreach and Marketing Manager is also occasionally tasked with special organization-wide or programmatic projects.
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About the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), as a quasi-public entity, plays a critical role in fostering the success of our state’s clean energy sector. MassCEC actively supports the Baker-Polito Administration’s commitment to addressing Massachusetts’ energy challenges, maintaining national leadership in clean energy, and meeting the requirements of the Global Warming Solutions Act.
MassCEC undertakes targeted programmatic initiatives to accelerate cost reductions in clean energy, help consumers diversify their energy choices and address evolving energy needs, leverage public and private funds to drive investment into this rapidly-growing sector, and scale-up renewable energy deployment across the state.
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