Senior Energy Economist - ACEEE
As the Senior Economist at the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), you will shape our research and policy agenda for economic issues in the energy efficiency sector, attracting and inspiring a small team of researchers. Our reputation is based on the high quality, credibility, and relevance of our work, as well as our bipartisan approach. We will encourage you to maintain a reputation in academic circles, publish in peer-reviewed journals, speak at academic conferences, and/or pursue an adjunct appointment at a local university, if these are of interest to you.
ACEEE has had an economics program for about 25 years. The program conducts research and provides an economic perspective on the work of other ACEEE research programs. The core of our economics work has been macroeconomic analysis on the impacts of specific energy efficiency policies and programs on jobs and other macroeconomic metrics. The program has also been involved in economic development, energy efficiency finance, corporate sustainability, and behavior.
Through a combination of research and outreach, you will serve as the organization’s leading voice on economic issues. You will work closely with ACEEE’s executive team and other ACEEE programs to ensure high-quality research that advances ACEEE’s mission. Working here, you will have the intellectual freedom to pursue topics of interest to you, have access to data and decision makers, and have an impact on policy. Our work is fast-moving; we are nimble and you will have the ability to work at the federal, state, and local levels to provide tangible input and to undertake a robust research agenda.
A national nonprofit research organization based in Washington, D.C., ACEEE believes that the United States can harness the full potential of energy efficiency to boost economic prosperity, improve health, and protect the environment for all its people.
ACEEE is America’s leading center of expertise on energy efficiency. We actively participate in debates on energy policy, clean air, and climate change, and are nationally recognized for leadership in energizing energy efficiency policies for buildings, industry, transportation, appliance and equipment efficiency, and agriculture and rural communities. Our research and analysis are widely relied on by policymakers, business and industry decision makers, consumers, media, and other energy professionals. We contributed provisions to all major federal energy legislation since the 1980s, provided guidance and support to federal agencies and presidential administrations, and engaged on energy efficiency policies and programs in over three dozen states and numerous cities. Our research and partnerships have also helped launch over a dozen other organizations and campaigns.
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Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at email@example.com with “ACEEE – Sr. Economist #2019-2458 SA" as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.
Alternative Titles: Economist, Senior Research, Energy Economist, Senior Analyst
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