Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of SolarPACES 2022
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Renewable Energy Analysts 2 positions ( Analyst 4&5 level which generally requires some experience/or graduate degree)
California Public Utilities Commission Come work with the RPS policy makers in California. Two senior policy analyst positions open in the Renewable Procurement Section at the California Public Utilities Commission Apply through Calcareers before 5pm September 30. See link above for salary, job description and how to apply, etc. Contact Cheryl Lee for more information or talk to Judith Iklé at the conference.
Renewable Energy Analyst at California Public Utilities Commission apply by 9/30 5 PM
California Public Utilities Commission Energy | Climate Initiatives, Renewables, and Administration Branch | Renewable Procurement Section:
Would you like to contribute to achieving the state’s ambitious and internationally recognized clean energy and environmental goals? The California Public Utilities Commission is the State’s lead agency working to increase the amount of clean and renewable energy in California. The Renewable Procurement Section is in search of a dynamic, creative team member to assist in implementing critical statewide programs, such as the California Renewables Portfolio Standard (RPS) program. Established in 2002, the RPS program seeks to reduce fossil fuel consumption, air pollution, and greenhouse gases associated with electric generation. If energy or environmental sustainability is your passion, and you endeavor to contribute to California’s clean energy future, we encourage you to apply. The Renewables Procurement Section values strong communication skills and seeks individuals that perform well in team environments. Department Website: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY ANALYST V $8,599.00 - $10,762.00 Monthly
PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY ANALYST IV $7,826.00 - $9,797.00 Monthly # of Positions: 2
PhD candidate in high temperature TES
KTH Royal Institute of Technology Read the link. Deadline: September 30.
3 jobs opening in China
Gaosheng CSP Technology Research Institute JOB OFFER: As Chinese market is growing we have new job offers for international experts! Currently Gaosheng CSP Technology Research Institute (R&D institute of Cosin Solar) opens the following positions to work with CSP tower technology: 1) Postdoctoral researcher 2) R&d Engineer 3)Senior R&D Engineer For all 3 positions the work covers the area of special working medium (supercritical carbon dioxide, etc.) turbine, compressor, pump and other impeller machinery. Also, experts would work on compact heat exchanger, high temperature heat transfer and storage medium, high temperature heat transfer and storage equipment and process.
We also are looking for a Special project researcher to work on CSP and energy storage and Technical Management Engineer, covering the R&D project management.
If you would like to work with CSP technology and can move to China, please send me the email with your CV.
University of Michigan Looking to hire a postdoctoral fellow for performing flow, heat and mass transfer, and chemical reactions modeling for concentrated solar reactors. this project will be in collaboration with Heliogen, USA, and therefore candidate will get good exposure to interfacing with industrial CSP partners. Candidate will get to work in a highly collaborative and interdisciplinary research group
PhD in CSP modeling
Virtualmechanics and University of Sevilla PhD position in TOPCSP MSCA doctoral network. See DC9 in the link for a description Deadline 1 november 2022
University of Michigan The Lenert Lab at the University of Michigan is looking to hire a postdoc on a multi-faceted, interdisciplinary SETO-funded project aiming to enable the use of linear receivers at Gen3 temperatures. The postdoc will work alongside industry partners, Aeroshield Materials and Forge Nano, and UM professors Neil Dasgupta and Micheal Thouless. A background in experimental heat transfer and/or solar materials is preferred. Feel free to contact Prof. Lenert (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.