Community Energy Project is an independent nonprofit that delivers DIY workshops on conservation and safety, as well as direct services in these areas to seniors and people with disabilities. CEP provides Home Energy Scores, on-bill financing, and contractor referrals. We will soon connect low-income Oregonians to Community Solar.
MISSION Community Energy Project believes that everyone deserves a safe, healthy, efficient home regardless of income.
TITLE Community Engagement Manager
COMPENSATION $41,600 – $49,900 annually, 1.0 FTE, exempt paid sick and vacation; health insurance paid; 403(b) available.
REPORTS TO Program Director
The Community Engagement Manager oversees the Community Education Department, currently responsible for serving 1,200 households annually. They will also work closely with the Program Director to create a new Community Solar program in CEP’s role as Low-Income Facilitator, connecting low-income communities to Solar subscriptions. They will manage two workshop coordinators, ensure contract compliance, program evaluation, and cooperative interpersonal relationships.
They promote Community Energy Project’s mission, vision and values by promoting maintenance of current and development of new relationships with community members, other non-profit organizations, government agencies, the private sector, volunteer organizations, funders, and the media.
Community Energy Project is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Community Energy Project values and operates by a policy of inclusion, providing equal opportunity to all persons regardless of their protected status, including race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, and/or any other class determined by law.