The Con Edison Clean Energy Businesses (“CEBs”) are wholly owned subsidiaries of Consolidated Edison, Inc. (“CEI”). The CEBs develop, own and operate renewable energy projects and provide energy services to wholesale, commercial and government customers throughout the United States.
We are looking for a Utility Privatization Program Manager to join our Marketing and Business Development Team. The purpose of this role is to develop and launch an offering around utility privatization for the federal and campus markets. The Clean Energy Businesses’ scope of utility privatization includes both the assumption of a client’s existing energy infrastructure assets as well as construction and ownership of new energy assets (electric, gas, steam distribution, electrical generation/co-generation. This position will have the responsibility, in coordination with the Retail Energy Services line of business, to shape the business value proposition, to participate in securing initial customers, and to establish the processes and resources to transition the launch effort into the ordinary course of business. The expectation is that, upon successful launch, the Program Manager would move into Retail Energy Services.
We offer a competitive salary with annual target bonus, 401k plan with company match, comprehensive benefit package, generous time off policy, matching Employee Stock Purchase Plan, excellent Tuition Aid Program and a collaborative working environment in a growing organization.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Consolidated Edison is an equal opportunity employer and, as such, affirms in policy and practice its commitment to recruit, hire, train, and promote, in all job classifications, without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, citizenship, eligible veteran status, disability, or any other status protected by law.
Con Edison is a federal contractor subject to VEVRAA and desires to receive priority referrals of protected veterans.
You must be eligible to work in the US independent of company sponsorship.