Employment with the EBC is an exciting opportunity to work with leaders from across the environmental and energy industry. EBC staff work closely with the Executive Director to manage EBC operations, programs, meetings, and membership. There are no open employment positions with EBC at this time.
EBC is accepting resumes for our Summer Internship at this time. See below for more information.
Interested in a position with an EBC Member company? The EBC Career Center is a great way to find a job in the environmental and energy sector. Open positions are posted to the Job Listings page and job seekers are welcome to post a resume to the EBC’s Resume Listings page.VISIT THE CAREER CENTER
The EBC accepts interns for the fall and spring semesters as well as for limited summer hours. The intern’s responsibilities will primarily entail office work, including data entry and maintenance of various databases. The intern should be familiar with social media and will assist with the upkeep of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. He/she may also be responsible for various business or environmental related projects, and gain valuable exposure to the environmental industry, as well as to nonprofit operations in general. Apart from the intern’s in-office duties, there will be multiple programs and events that the intern will have the option of attending and working. This will provide training in networking, nonprofit administration, and events planning.
The job description is broad and applicants should be prepared to handle multiple tasks at once. The individual should be proactive, outgoing, and maintain a professional demeanor. The EBC is constantly seeking new and improved ways of doing things so an active thinker and creative mind is desirable. Applicants should be familiar with Microsoft Office and social media platforms. Applicants should have excellent communication skills and a stellar work ethic.
To apply for EBC’s Summer Internship, send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Summer Internship”.