Strategen is looking for the best and brightest to join our team.
We hire the best people in the business and retain them by offering a uniquely flexible work environment that accommodates the diverse needs of all team members. We’re a women-owned, minority-owned equal opportunity employer offering competitive salaries, a wide selection of benefits and a generous vacation policy.
Strategen has three business units: consulting, events, and association management. The business units are supported by an operations team, a finance team, and a marketing & communications team. While each team member is formally part of one of the above groups, there are many opportunities to work cross-functionally throughout the company. At Strategen, career development is driven by quality results—we recognize and reward exceptional performers. We invest in our employees’ career development and offer opportunities to take on new roles within the company.
REGULATORY CONSULTANT / SENIOR CONSULTANT - OPEN THROUGH MARCH 15 OR UNTIL FILLED
Strategen seeks a professional, organized, and highly motivated candidate to join our team as a full-time Regulatory Consultant or Senior Consultant. Reporting to one of Strategen’s consulting team managers, the candidate would ideally be based in our Berkeley, California or Portland, Oregon office. The team member will support various engagements with public sector and private sector clients for Strategen’s consulting team.
We are looking for a candidate that enjoys thinking about the dynamics of a changing electric grid and the complexities of creating market solutions for a cleaner grid that are technically and economically viable. We want to find someone who is comfortable diving into complex regulatory proceedings through comments, testimony, and technical reports on key regulatory issues. In addition, we welcome candidates who are also technically savvy and enjoy data analysis and modeling.
Strategen’s ideal candidate can manage working on multiple projects of different sizes and remains organized and detail-oriented in a fast-paced small business. The candidate has a “can do” attitude toward problem-solving and has an appetite for process improvements that result in time-savings for the team and an improved client experience. The candidate must be able to work independently and think creatively to handle specialized requests for regulatory and technical analyses both accurately and in a timely manner. Apply by sending a cover letter, writing samples, and CV/resume to email@example.com.
Strategen is always on the lookout for qualified candidates for the following roles on our consulting team:
Managers require a strong track record in corporate strategy and project management, with experience working on all stages of strategy-based and analytical projects. Managers are technical experts, with deep understanding of how the grid functions and how to plan for new system resources. Technical expertise in the areas of new grid technologies and clean energy, electric power system planning, policy and regulatory consulting, and/or power sector financial modeling is strongly preferred. In addition, managers are expected to help develop business for Strategen and its lines of business.
Consultants have proven analytical and problem solving skills. Consultants are responsible for helping to conceptualize and communicate strategic frameworks for specific problems, and are called on to assist in structuring the work of Analysts. Consultants work closely with clients and client teams to build their problem solving skills in many areas, and make significant contributions to both client work and firm building activities. Consultants are expected to guide small projects autonomously from start to finish on time and within budget. Consultants will typically have several years of relevant industry work experience prior to joining Strategen.
Analysts are exposed to a broad range of clients and markets within the renewable energy and clean technology fields. Analysts are responsible for supporting Strategen engagement teams with primary and secondary market research, and basic spreadsheet analysis and data analysis, while assisting Consultants and Managers with firm building and sales tasks. Analysts will hone their problem solving, client engagement, and communication skills while collaborating closely with diverse project teams. Analysts are also expected to develop and maintain a network of professionals in the energy sector.
Strategen’s internship program is designed to provide talented graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to gain valuable exposure to energy policy work, new grid technologies, and professional development opportunities while working in our Berkeley office. Successful interns have a strong academic background at the undergraduate or graduate level, a demonstrated commitment to renewable energy and grid transformation, and strong writing, research, coding, and/or website development/graphic skills. Seasonal interns at Strategen are often invited to continue beyond the initial program duration, and frequently receive offers of full-time employment upon completion of their education.
Apply between February 1 and March 15 for full-time summer placements, or anytime for part-time school-year placements.
If you are interested in applying for any of our openings, please email your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that Strategen maintains a drug-free workplace.