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MACED Seeks Project Specialist

MACED is seeking a project specialist who will identify potential community economic development projects, work directly with entrepreneurs, conduct enterprise assessments, engage in loan underwriting, present potential deals to staff and loan committee, perform necessary reporting and administrative functions, contribute to evolving strategy development and learning and develop strong local relationships. Click to learn more.

 

MACED Seeks Residential Energy Specialist

MACED seeks to hire a residential energy specialist to help the organization support partner utilities in the effective implementation and expansion of the How$martKY™ program. Specific responsibilities include performing whole-house energy assessments, modeling energy savings with computer software, developing biddable work-scopes, performing quality-assurance inspections, and training/technical assistance to utility staff in all afore-mentioned duties. Click to learn more.

 

MACED Seeks Research Associate

MACED is seeking a research associate who will conduct research to develop MACED's understanding of trends, issues and opportunities related to creating a Just Transition to a new economy in eastern Kentucky and Central Appalachia, as described in MACED's 2015 Five Year Plan. This includes research related to existing and new sectors where MACED can effect market interventions and develop new programmatic work. The position includes research, policy analysis, communications, advocacy, coalition building, and team support activities. The Research Associate will be a member of MACED's Appalachian Transition Communications and Policy team. Click to learn more.

 

MACED Seeks Enterprise Development Intern

MACED is looking for a highly motivated individual to join its Enterprise Development Team as a summer intern. The intern will assist the Enterprise Development Team's efforts to coordinate and administer MACED's annual client survey. The intern will also work closely with staff on other projects in accordance with MACED's mission and values. Click to learn more.

 

 

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