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Current Job Openings:
The Director of Energy Storage Systems is responsible for providing project development and management, researching,
planning, and managing implementation of ESN’s portfolio of energy storage-related projects and programs. These
projects include those with respect to a variety of energy storage technologies, such as microgrids, advanced controls
software and hardware, energy storage integration into the electrical grid, monetizing energy storage systems providing
multiple value streams at local utility and high-voltage wholesale market levels, and others.
A strong working knowledge of these technologies is critical to the role. This role is also responsible for conducting surveys and studies, supporting
relevant events and conferences regarding energy storage, and special projects or related work as needed.
This project, called Moving Forward, will enhance the quality of life for Hoosiers by providing quality housing and transportation while reducing the cost of ownership for residents. For the latest iteration of Moving Forward, ESN and IHCDA are partnering with the US Department of Agriculture to update affordable housing developments throughout rural Indiana. This project, called Moving Forward Rural Development, will enhance the quality of life for Hoosiers by updating the energy efficiency of their existing homes and providing essential amenities to the community.
ESN is seeking a motivated, highly capable individual to serve as a Project Coordinator for Moving Forward Rural Development and provide aid for three Moving Forward development teams as they work to manage a portfolio of up to 30 rural development properties across the state of Indiana and retrofit them to be more energy efficient, while also identifying methods to further improve their quality of life. VISTA members will work out of Indianapolis and will be expected to travel throughout Indiana as needed to work directly with the communities in which developments are slated. Current student in graduate school program, or completed graduate degree preferred.