This regularly scheduled sponsored column is written by the Arlington Initiative to Rethink Energy team (AIRE). This county program helps you make smart energy decisions that save you money and leaves a lighter footprint on the environment.
Do you live and breathe renewable energy and energy efficiency? Do you have a keen community commitment, a brain for scaled sustainability programs and the experience that proves it? Does the idea of completely transforming the way energy is generated, transported, used and stored (with an expert team that loves this, too) excite you? If so, we have the perfect job(s) for you!
Come join our dedicated and fun-loving team to create a carbon-neutral Arlington.
The Office of Sustainability and Environmental Management (OSEM) within the Department of Environmental Services is seeking two highly skilled technical and programmatic staff to fill the Green Building Manager and Energy Program Specialist vacancies.
The OSEM operates as Arlington County’s core agency for climate mitigation and adaptation programs and a growing portfolio of cross-departmental and community-facing energy programs.
Learn more about these jobs, share them with your friends and colleagues, and apply!
The full job descriptions are linked below:
Learn how to maximize the home buying search from the Keri Shull Team’s seminar on January 24 at 6 p.m.
Attorney General Jason Miyares won’t be axing a state investigation into potential housing discrimination against residents of the Serrano Apartments launched under his predecessor. Early last week, the civil rights…
Covid-related staffing shortages are forcing Arlington libraries to shutter some services, including shutting down two branches this week. Cherrydale and Glencarlyn libraries will both be closed through Sunday (Jan. 23),…
The Ballston Business Improvement District is hosting a series of Washington Capitals watch parties as the local hockey team closes in on another playoff spot. Beginning this Thursday (Jan. 20),…