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The Energy Efficiency Alliance is a full-time Communications & Events Manager

Organization Description

The Energy Efficiency Alliance (EEA), a 501(c)3 non-profit, is Pennsylvania and New Jersey’s trade association for the energy efficiency industry. Our membership, comprised of seventy-five companies, ranges from small local firms to large multinational corporations and operates across the value chain of energy efficiency. We engage our membership and key policymakers in support of an industry that accounts for more than 100,000 jobs across our two states. The policy we promote at the state and local level expands the market for energy efficiency.

The Energy Efficiency Alliance has two 501(c)6 sister advocacy organizations, the Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance (KEEA), and the Energy Efficiency Alliance of New Jersey (EEA-NJ), that engage in direct advocacy with legislators.

EEA-NJ & KEEA have an ambitious energy policy agenda to modernize utilities and energy markets in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. We have shown tremendous entrepreneurial growth over the last several years and now seek additional team members to help us take the next steps.

How to Apply

To apply for this position, email your resume and a thoughtful cover letter to jobs [at] with the job title in the subject line.

Position Summary: Communications & Events Manager

  • Location: Remote work during pandemic; eventual in-person event coordination in NJ and PA required
  • Position Type: Full-time
  • Reports to: Director of Operations
  • Date posted: 3/26/2021 
  • Deadline: This position will be posted until filled with interviews on a rolling basis


EEA seeks a full-time Communications & Events Manager to create and execute a communications strategy that raises the profile of the organization, advances our policy objectives, and motivates diverse stakeholders to action. The Communications & Events Manager collaborates closely with team members and manages all public-facing platforms—including websites, social media, and live events—to showcase the work of the organization and value of the wider energy efficiency industry. Successful candidates must be able to operate in a fast-paced environment, handling multiple, frequently-shifting priorities.