Careers and Opportunities
The Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) is a nonprofit working toward a 100% clean energy future that is reliable, resilient, and equitable. The IREC team is passionate about expanding access to clean, affordable solar energy. We place an emphasis on rigor and quality in everything we do. And we’re not afraid to have some fun in the process.
IREC is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and embracing a workplace with diverse voices and perspectives. We strongly encourage and seek applications from women, people of color, including bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.
Below, you will find current job openings at IREC and details on how to apply. This page will also list any requests for proposals (RFPs) to support our ongoing programs.
Director of Workforce Programs
The Director of Workforce Programs develops and implements programs to grow a high quality, diverse clean energy workforce in support of bold clean energy goals. They coordinate partners and stakeholders to develop robust training to jobs pipelines for a range of clean energy sectors, including solar, storage, energy efficiency, building electrification, and electric vehicles. Leveraging a holistic approach to workforce development, the Director works to promote clean energy careers and remove barriers to entry to the workforce for diverse and historically disadvantaged populations. They develop strategic programs to foster productive communications and sharing of best practices and resources between training providers, employers, energy justice organizations, policy makers and program designers, and other workforce development stakeholders.
ELearning Instructional Designer
The Elearning Instructional Designer designs, develops, updates, and maintains learning content for adults. IREC training is focused on increasing the effectiveness of a range of professionals with clean energy technologies, such as solar, energy storage, wind, building performance, and energy efficiency. Reporting to IREC’s Director of Training and Development, this position collaborates with subject matter experts (SMEs) and stakeholders to identify training gaps and produce content that removes barriers to the deployment of clean energy across the country.