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Are you passionate about advancing energy technologies for a cleaner, more energy-secure future? Visit this page regularly for updates on positions currently available with ESN.

All current opportunities are listed below. To apply, please email your resume to info@energysystemsnetwork.com and the ESN team will get back to you.


Current Job Openings:

Moving Forward Program Director

The Moving Forward Program Director is responsible for overseeing and serving as the lead of the program evaluation project. The Program Director will oversee the relationship with RAND Corporation as the consultant and serve as a liaison among RAND, ESN, IHCDA and the funder of the evaluation, ensuring that the evaluators are connected to all stakeholders of the program, including developers and their teams, community-based partners, and local government representatives. Overall the Program Director will ensure the evaluation is completed on time, on budget and be of high quality.

Director of Energy Storage Systems

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.


The Battery Innovation Center is a non-profit energy storage facility incubated and launched by ESN in 2013. Contact info@bicindiana.com to apply.

Current Job Openings:

Chief Engineer/Chief Operations Officer

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide operational and technical guidance to the BIC business units (Advanced Battery/Cell Fabrication, Battery Test and Evaluation, Battery Training and Outreach)
  • Support all necessary daily functions, change management, and risk management
  • Review and approve project SOW’s, schedules, and associated articles
  • Support individual business units with daily decisions (innovation, strategy, operations, efficiency, cost-optimization, safety, problem solving)
  • Customer service in collaboration with project teams; including business development
  • Support cash flow, forecasting, and quarterly reporting (direct for P&L)
  • Support development of long-term technologies, strategies, and solutions
  • Support of BIC outreach, technology, and member network events
  • Ability to provide concise direction for a highly technical and diverse team in a complex fast- paced, fast-growth environment
  • Direct technical support to clients on battery applications as necessary


  • Engineering degree preferred and minimum 5 years’ relevant work experience with lithium and advanced batteries/battery systems. Battery and high technology manufacturing experience is ideal.
  • Minimum 3 years previous Sr. Manager level or above leadership experience; Business Development experience preferred.
  • Strong battery experience around lithium, lead-acid, among other technologies required.
  • Strong ERP and Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio) experience required.
  • Must possess excellent communication, prioritization, attention to detail, relational, and organizational skill sets.
  • Strong industry references required

Job Type: Full-time

The BIC offers competitive pay, paid holidays, incentive programs, health/dental/vision benefits, and a 401k.

Test & Evaluation Engineer

The Battery Innovation Center (BIC) is seeking a qualified innovation-focused test engineering professional to join our team. The ideal candidate must have the desire to work in a flexible work environment with the willingness to apply their skills and expertise to all facets of battery testing and evaluation. Preferably, they should be eager to take initiative and capable of working with limited supervision. They will directly interface will all individuals in the organization along with BIC clientele.

Essential Functions/Job Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to the development and carrying out of various destructive, electrical, and environmental battery tests.
  • Work with various battery chemistries including Li-Ion, Lead Acid, and Flow Batteries.
  • Work in cross functional team tasked in the process development and generation of battery tests.
  • Provide technical expertise for developing the appropriate tests and the standards performed against.
  • Interact directly with our customers to understand their needs and translate it into tests and quotes.
  • Produce post-analysis reports for the performed battery tests.


  • B.S. degree (M.S. or equivalent experience preferred) in Electrical, Mechanical, or equivalent Engineering program.
    Previous experience ( >2 yrs) in product/applications based testing
  • A solid understanding of the electrical properties of batteries and circuit analysis.
    Technical report writing and presentation skills
    Experience with microgrids and power electronics is a plus.
  • Experience with IP establishment and analysis also a plus
    Programming experience is a plus
    Strong Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) experience required

Must possess excellent communication, prioritization, attention to detail, interpersonal, and organizational skill set.

Job Type: Full-time

The BIC offers competitive pay, paid holidays, incentive programs, health/dental/vision benefits, and a 401k.

Education: Bachelor’s (Preferred)

Work authorization: United States (Required)