In addition to the openings below, EnterSolar is always looking for qualified, enthusiastic, and entrepreneurial candidates. If you're interested in applying to one of our open positions, please submit a resume and cover letter using the form at the bottom of the page.
The Financial Planning Analyst will be responsible for driving EnterSolar’s financial operating model and assisting with solar asset reporting and forecasting analyses. This is a hands-on position which will require high attention to detail and rigorous financial modeling.
Financial Planning Analyst
The Project Management Coordinator will assist in planning, coordinating, and managing all aspects of multiple solar energy projects, through completion, at any given time. The responsibilities include coordination with the utilities and townships, permitting, resource management, incentive management, contractor negotiation, and construction management. The Project Management Coordinator facilitates communication with various parties (e.g. subcontractors, vendors, etc.) throughout the entire project.
Project Management Coordinator
EnterSolar is now accepting applications for its 2019 Winter/Spring Marketing Internship Program. Qualified candidates should be bright, hard-working and possess a strong passion for marketing and brand management. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in the dynamic and rapidly-growing renewable energy industry.
The qualified candidate should be bright and hard-working, with a strong interest in environmental sustainability and renewable energy. The intern will have the ability to learn all aspects of Commercial Solar Projects which include: marketing and business development, project financing, project engineering, and project management.
This is a paid part-time position with potential for full-time employment based on evaluation of work performance.
Project Management Intern
The Business Development intern will have the ability to work closely with the Business Development team in helping to coordinate presentation materials, prospect new solar candidates, and conduct market research.
Business Development Intern
The Project Manager is responsible for planning, coordinating, and managing all aspects of multiple solar energy projects through completion at any given time. The responsibilities include coordination with the utilities and townships, permitting, resource management, incentive management, contractor negotiation, and construction management. The Project Manager interacts with clients throughout the entire project, from contract signature until transition to our O&M team.
The Business Development Analyst ("BDA") will partner with Business Development Directors to prepare and deliver solar project analysis to commercial solar clients. The BDA will lead the financial analysis and client presentation process to structure client specific solar solutions. Responsibilities also include researching federal, state, and utility-specific incentives and policy, as well as analyzing utility bill rates and tariffs. Clear communication skills, strong business acumen, and team collaboration skills are required
Business Development Analyst
Business Development Director
Business Development Directors are responsible for project origination, incentive and financial analysis, proposal development, contracting and maintaining successful relationships with prospects and clients. Business Development Directors stay current with federal, state, and utility solar policies in multiple markets, and deliver high-value solar energy solutions to new and existing clients.
The Project Management Administrator will work alongside the Project Management team. The qualified candidates should be bright and hard-working, with a strong interest in environmental sustainability and renewable energy. The admin will have the ability to learn all aspects of Commercial Solar Projects which includes, marketing and business development, project financing, and project engineering, while gaining a thorough understanding of managing a solar installation.
The Solar O&M Technician is required to troubleshoot/resolve solar electrical equipment issues, such as emergency repairs, design change requirements, and equipment modifications/upgrades. This position is also responsible for preventative maintenance activities to support an optimum level of system performance.
Operations & Maintenance Tech
The Project Finance Analyst will drive the financial modeling and business development for commercial solar clients. The responsibilities include coordinating with debt and equity providers on due diligence, term sheet negotiations and documentation, leading the financial analysis and client presentation process to structure client specific financing solutions, and researching federal, state and utility specific incentive programs to identify new solar markets across the country. Responsibilities also include presenting detailed analyses to clients and developing, building, and maintaining financial models for internal analysis and presentations.