In the race to combat climate change, time is of the essence. The Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations (OCED) is investing billions of dollars in projects that will play an essential role in achieving the world’s net-zero goals, deploying next-generation energy technologies across America. OCED’s mission is to deliver clean energy demonstration projects at scale in partnership with the private sector to accelerate market adoption, deployment, and the equitable transition to a decarbonized energy system.
If you want to be a significant player in this space, we’re offering an opportunity you can’t afford to ignore.
OCED is on the lookout for Project Managers to steer their groundbreaking Direct Air Capture (DAC) hubs initiative. Leveraging your expertise in direct air capture technology and project management, you will oversee critical aspects of the projects, ensuring they adhere to the highest standards of efficiency and environmental responsibility. This role is a golden opportunity for individuals eager to shape the future of clean energy while working at the forefront of technological innovation. You can learn more about the DAC Hubs program here.
- Assist with project oversight for designated project portfolio area
- Develop a deep understanding of the project scope to ensure project success
- Support development of project management processes and procedures for the project area
- Develop cooperative agreements, and track/report the progress of products
- Develop operating plans, schedules, and budgets for assigned project
- Direct and coordinate the execution of projects through interaction with appropriate DOE organizations stakeholders, and supporting contractors
- Ensures early identification and mitigation of cost, schedule, and/or technology risks
- Support on-site monitoring of projects
- Project Managers may be eligible for telework or remote work and be required to travel
- Experience working on large, technologically-complex projects under tight deadlines and budgets
- Demonstrated capabilities in project management principles, particularly as applicable to energy-related projects
- Experience with, or in depth knowledge of, direct air capture