Jun 7, 2012

Cleantech Job Opportunity

ACTION (Assoc. of Cleantech Incubators in New England) is seeking a flexible and action-oriented team player to join their staff. The selected candidate will effectively multi-task across various programs in support of ACTION’s mission, taking a strong and visible leadership role to varying degrees across ACTION’s activities, events and programs, with volunteer, intern and active member support, in a variety of areas.

The fellowship is expected to be offered as a regular full-time position with an annual base salary that may have some upside flexibility based on performance, contributions and results achieved. The selected candidate will work remotely most of the time, may ‘hotseat’ at a variety of ACTION incubators, and will routinely travel around the region promoting and supporting the ACTIONetwork membership and objectives. Most travel expenses will be reimbursed.

A business or technical graduate degree, technical proficiency, and an interest and some knowledge of the Cleantech industry are expected. A complete mastery of state of the art business management tools (local and web-based) is a strong plus. Consistency, reliability and a ‘get it done’ approach is a must.

While a minimum of 5 years professional experience is required, ideally in roles of increasing responsibility and leadership, ACTION is most interested in engaging with a detail-oriented, energetic, and creative individual who will come up to speed quickly and help scale our ‘start-up’ company and the entire ACTIONetwork.

ACTION has specific interest in hiring a veteran for this position.

Interested candidates should forward their resume, cover letter and references to info@actionnewengland.org ASAP with ACTION Fellow in the subject line.

The Association of Cleantech Incubators of New England (ACTION) is New England’s only network of cleantech incubators sharing the common goals of accelerating the growth and success of early-stage companies, strengthening the regional cleantech cluster, and creating more green jobs in New England.

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