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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on April 18, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on April 18, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|.Net Software Developer||Charlotte, NC|
|IT Infrastructure Manager||San Francisco, CA|
|Lead Database Engineer- Open Source||Austin, TX|
|Account Manager||Southampton, NY|
|Electrical Engineer Design||Tualatin, OR|
|Marketing Specialist||Hartford, CT|
|Technical Support Analyst||Bethesda, MD|
|Graphic Designer/Production Artist||Quapaw, OK|
|Sr. Manager Category Management||Richmond, VA|
|Sr. Manager Human Resource Procurement||Richmond, VA|
I live in a sixteen unit condo/apartment building. The unit that I rent is pretty nice, but the building’s common areas are kind of gross. It seems that the condo association is reluctant to invest in upkeep (and that’s why I’d never buy a unit in this building). Luckily for Bright Power not all associations are like mine. Bright Power is a New York, NY based company that “provides practical energy management and solar energy solutions that save building owners energy, money and time,” and they specialize in multifamily residential buildings just like mine. By focusing on buildings instead of individual homeowners, they’re able to have a bigger impact while at the same time making it more likely that an investment in their solutions will make sense.
While it’d be nice to think that people will decide to go green on the energy front because they want to do the right thing, we all know that it really comes down to money. Most people will only take action when it will leave more cash in their pockets. That’s why Bright Power focuses on framing their energy solutions as an investment. From energy benchmarking and audits to grant and rebate assistance to solar system installation, Bright Power offers an array of services that packaged as part of a smart business decision. They even are able to offer no-cost solar panels. You can take a look at some of Bright Power’s recent projects to get a better idea of what they offer and what kind of results they can deliver. If the projects look like the kind of stuff you want to work on, visit Bright Power’s Jobs page. Right now they’re hiring Sales Representatives in addition to a few other positions (they require more experience). There is also an Energy Efficiency Internship posted on Indeed that has the potential to turn into an entry level position.
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