Community Energy Project Coordinator

Wallowa Resources

Enterprise, Oregon

Job Type: Full-Time

Salary: $37,000 to $55,000

Start / End Dates: 05-13-24

The Community Energy Project Coordinator (Coordinator) works alongside the Wallowa Resources’ Community Energy Program (WRCEP) Manager to support renewable energy (micro-hydro, solar) projects, residential, farm and commercial energy efficiency projects, provide program administrative support as assigned and support campgrounds maintenance on US Forest Service sites and other sites as assigned.

The Coordinator reports directly to the Wallowa Resources Community Energy Program Manager and indirectly to the Wallowa Resources Executive Director. The Coordinator works under the supervision of the Program Manager and works in partnership with landowners, renewable energy project proponents, funding entities such as Energy Trust of Oregon and others.

Qualifications / Experience Level Required:

  • Pre-technical degree or background in electrical, mechanical, or related fields or relevant technical experience and aptitude.
  • Experience managing and prioritizing tasks from multiple sources. Experience working with multiple partners/stakeholders on a single project preferred,
  • Facilitation skills and meeting organization, including agenda development with diverse teams to help the group successfully achieve collective goals,
  • A valid Driver’s License, or ability to get one, and an acceptable driving record according to WR’s auto liability policy requirements
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment background check.

Housing: Contact for more information.


Joe Basile


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