Office of Policy, Office of Energy Jobs Stakeholder Engagement Fellowship Opportunity

Job Description

DOE Science, Technology and Policy Program Opportunity – Office of Policy, Office of Energy Jobs Stakeholder Engagement Fellowship Opportunity

About the Office of Policy

The Office of Policy (OP) serves as the principal advisor to the Secretary, Deputy Secretary, and the Undersecretaries on policy and related integration of energy systems. The Office serves as a focal point for policy coordination within the Department on the analysis, formulation, development, and advancement of energy policy and related programmatic options and initiatives that could facilitate the transition to a zero-carbon, equitable, and secure energy economy.

The Office of Energy Jobs (OEJ) within the Office of Policy (OP) serves as the focal point within the Department of Energy (DOE) on policies to promote the creation of quality jobs in the energy sector, particularly those that support the Administration’s priorities for jobs with high standards and the protected right to collective bargaining. The Office of Energy Jobs works collaboratively among the Department of Energy, as well as with related federal agencies and regulatory bodies, to ensure the successful transition to a zero-carbon economy and the creation of meaningful, union job opportunities for all Americans.

What will I be doing?

As a participant, you will be under the guidance of a mentor. You will learn how energy and infrastructure lead to job creation and how the quality of those jobs influences stability of the energy workforce and ability of the energy sector to attract the skilled workers required.

During this appointment, you will be involved in the following areas: •How new energy programs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and the Inflation Reduction Act are successfully creating quality jobs and unionization across the United States. •How the Office of Energy Jobs monitors domestic policies and energy issues. You may be participating in the tracking, analysis, and review of key stakeholder positions and strategies. •Collaborating with peers and mentors to identify gaps and challenges to good quality jobs through analysis and stakeholder engagement. •Learn about the tracking and leveraging of U.S. government senior official travel and stakeholder engagement to promote good quality jobs and team learning opportunities.

Participant Benefits: Participants will receive a monthly stipend, as determined by OP and typically based on the participant’s education, discipline, and experience. Other participant benefits may include a supplemental health insurance stipend, and an allowance for education and/or scientific activities.

Participants may purchase health insurance through the program’s network provider.

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The details: You must be a U.S. Citizen or a Lawful Permanent Resident with a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctoral Degree and be 18 years of age.

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Questions? Email [email protected]. Please list the reference code [DOE-STP-OP-2024-0003] for this opportunity in the subject line of your email.