Monterey Bay Community Power seeks a new Program Coordinator.
The Program Coordinator works under general supervision from the Director of Communications & External Affairs and has responsibility for a wide range of customer service and community development matters.
The Program Coordinator is responsible for working collaboratively with internal staff and external consultants to support and implement MBCP’s community and energy-related programming. The Program Coordinator is expected to support the Communications and External Affairs team in researching and implementing innovative programs that serve MBCP business, municipal, and residential customers and the community at large.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities (Illustrative Only)
• Collaborate with Communications & External Affairs team and outside consultants on energy and community program design and implementation. • Support customer service efforts and respond to customer inquiries. • Expand customer participation and enrollments in MBCP’s optional programs, MB Green and MB Shares. • Deliver basic presentations to various community groups and local organizations. • Participate in public events to distribute information about MBCP and interact with members of the public; recruit, organize and train local volunteers to assist in these efforts as well.
Experience/Education Any combination of education and experience that would provide the knowledge and abilities listed. Typically, equivalent to possession of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in communications, marketing, public affairs or a related field and at least 3 years’ experience in project management and program implementation.
Additional Salary Information: A full benefits package is also offered as part of salaried employment.
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