Close Date: 02/28/2017
Company: The Center for Transportation and the Environment

The Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE) is a nonprofit, 501 (c)(3) membership-based organization (www.cte.tv) based in Atlanta, Georgia, with offices in Berkeley and Los Angeles, California, and St. Paul, Minnesota. We develop and promote advancements in clean, energy-efficient transportation technologies, vehicles, and fuels with the goals of reducing environmental pollution and fossil fuel dependency. A particular focus of CTE programs and projects is advancing the commercialization of zero-emission vehicles, including battery-electric and fuel cell-electric cars and medium- and heavy-duty trucks.

CTE is a progressive workplace that is open to employee-driven ideas and opportunities. CTE has contributed to approximately 20 out of the 60 zero-emission transit bus deployments in the United States to date. Our portfolio of projects over the last 20 years now exceeds $400 million.

Position Summary
The Project Manager is responsible for the organization, management, and promotion of its research, development, demonstration, and deployment projects. These projects typically involve electric and fuel cell-electric vehicles or systems and their related infrastructure development. CTE works closely with transit agencies, other fleet operators, OEMs, and supply chain companies across the country to deploy zero-emission transit vehicles.

As we are growing, we are looking for a motivated and exceptional candidate to help manage and coordinate an increasing number of zero-emission vehicle and technology projects. We typically hire engineers and planners to assist with project management, but we are willing to consider other professional backgrounds with the right skills. CTE offers great benefits, and a flexible working environment where your work helps clean technology projects succeed. READ MORE