The Alliance to Save Energy (“Alliance”) seeks a dynamic and experienced individual to lead the staff and operations of our bipartisan, nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to creating a nation that uses energy more productively to achieve economic growth, a cleaner environment and greater energy security, affordability and reliability.

The president reports directly to, and works closely with, a distinguished Board of Directors and a congressional, Honorary Board. The president, working with the senior management team and the Board, is responsible for establishing and executing to goals, objectives, strategies, annual work plans and budgets designed to further the Alliance’s mission to advance energy efficiency. The president serves as the chief spokesperson for the organization before the congress, the media, and national and international gatherings and events. The president also has primary responsibility for fundraising and creating partnerships and collaborations that provide the resources necessary to carry out the Alliance mission.

The winning candidate will have strong communication and strategic-thinking skills, an in-depth knowledge and understanding of policy advocacy particularly at the U.S. national level, demonstrated success in managing a team of people; and a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively, fundraise and/or to build partnerships. The Alliance is looking for a seasoned professional with at least 10 years of experience. Desired professional credentials include federal policy experience; nonprofit management experience; knowledge of the energy efficiency industry and/or issues; and excellent written and oral communication skills.

The Alliance to Save Energy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a 40-year track record of successfully driving energy efficiency policy in the U.S. and around the world. The Alliance has an annual budget of approximately $5 million and a staff of 25. Its operations are headquartered in Washington, DC, and its activities include public policy advocacy, research, communications, education, outreach and events. The Alliance enjoys the support of 125 businesses and organizations through its Associates program and is led by a Board of Directors comprised of leaders from business, the environmental community, government and civil society.

How to Apply:

Please submit a cover letter and resume – in a single file – via the following link to apply for this position:

Consideration of candidates will begin immediately and applications will be accepted until 5pm Friday, Jan 19. The Alliance is an equal opportunity employer.