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- Executive Director, The E2e Project
About The E2e Project:
The E2e Project is a joint initiative of the Energy Institute at Haas at the University of California, Berkeley, the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (CEEPR) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC): three recognized leaders in energy research.
E2e’s mission is to solve one of the most perplexing energy puzzles of our time—the efficiency gap. E2e tackles understanding the energy efficiency gap through:
- Research: Conduct and catalyze energy efficiency research to expand the frontiers of knowledge.
- Partnerships: Build a community of world-class researchers and professionals focused on solving the energy efficiency gap.
- Outreach and Training: Educate policy and business leaders on evidence-based energy efficiency evaluations.
The E2e Project is supported by a generous grant from The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Executive Director Job Summary:
The Executive Director will report to the Faculty Directors of E2e: Michael Greenstone (University of Chicago), Chris Knittel (MIT), and Catherine Wolfram (UC Berkeley). There is a strong preference for the Executive Director to be located in Cambridge, MA at MIT. The Executive Director will manage the daily operations of the center and must have a proven record in research management and administration, partnership development, policy engagement and staff management. This is a senior-level position and provides the opportunity to work directly with a network of leading academics and policymakers in the area of energy policy. As E2e continues to be in a growth phase, there is scope for the Executive Director to play an important role in shaping both the direction and operations of what promises to be an influential and scientifically respected research and policy institute.
To learn more, including how to apply, visit here.