Compensation Type: Hourly wages
Job Type:
Intern - Paid

Pay Range: 18.26
Organization's Mission: Utah Clean Energy is leading the clean energy transformation in Utah and the West, while advancing rapid action on climate change. As a nonprofit organization, we work to stop energy waste in homes and buildings, create clean energy, and build a smart energy future.
Organization's Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Statement and Work: Utah Clean Energy understands that working towards equity and social justice is an ongoing, dynamic, and complicated process. To that end, we are committed to learning and adapting in order to embed equity into our daily work, programs, and office environment. To achieve these things, we focus on the following priorities:
- Include and Uplift Diverse Voices
- Build Reciprocal Relationships
- Staff Engagement & Awareness
- Incorporate Equity into our Program Priorities
Position Summary: Utah Clean Energy is seeking a Utah Conservation Corps member (either 1,200 or 1,700 service hours) to support our community energy equity and climate justice programs in 2023 as a Project Coordinator.
Primary Responsibilities: PRIMARY DUTIES
- Perform community mobilization, environmental education, and coordination of community events related to environmental stewardship, climate change, and environmental justice
- Develop a data tracking plan and collect and report AmeriCorps impact data timely and accurately to Utah Conservation Corps program staff
- Provide program support to Utah Clean Energy staff working on energy equity and climate issues
- Conduct community outreach and tabling events on energy efficiency, climate change, and air quality at various community events, workshops, and community meetings
- Coordinate meeting, workshop, and event logistics in collaboration with staff and project partners
- Track program outcomes, data, and contact information relating to community programs
Provide updates and content editing on Utah Clean Energy's program websites
- Support staff in developing a calendar for community events and tracking related communications/social media
- Assist Utah Clean Energy staff with program reporting activities for energy equity programs
- Work with key partner organizations to support their energy efficiency and equity activities
Desired Qualifications: THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE
- Possesses excellent oral and written communication skills
- Pays attention to details, sees projects through to completion, and understands how to set priorities
- Enjoys presenting to and engaging with community members from diverse backgrounds
- Is comfortable using Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
- Has a valid driver's license and reliable vehicle
- Has the physical ability to lift 25 lbs and carry materials for tabling events
- Works collaboratively with coworkers and community partners
- Is available to attend community events in the evenings and/or weekends, as needed
- Is available to start service contract in December 2022 or January 2023
- Bilingual Spanish skills preferred

- Be a United States citizen, U.S. national, or a lawful permanent resident alien of the United States;
- Be at least 18 years of age;
- Have a high school diploma or GED or work towards obtaining one while in the program. It is a requirement to obtain a high school diploma or GED before one is eligible to use the Education Award; and
- Must undergo and pass federal Criminal History Check.
- Eligible to serve an AmeriCorps term of service.
Benefits / Why Work With Us: This position requires the fulfillment of either 1,700 or 1,200 hours of service over a 12-month period. While this is a volunteer service position, Utah Conservation Corps (AmeriCorps) members receive the following benefits:

- $30,150 annual living allowance
- Allowance is paid in even disbursements throughout the year-long term of service
- $6,345.00 AmeriCorps Education Award (available to members after successful service term)
- Child-care and insurance benefits

- $21,105 annual living allowance
- Allowance is paid in even disbursements throughout the year-long term of service
- $4,441.50 AmeriCorps Education Award (available to members after successful service term)

- Pre-service orientation and in-service training
- Data collection and reporting training
- Community engagement training
- Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Training (JEDI)
How to Apply: Apply at
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah


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Contact: Rebecca Titze
Phone: 801-903-2025