Oregon Department of Energy is a government agency that conducts emergency preparedness, facility sitting, storage, and efficient devices programs. The department's mission is to lead Oregon to a safe, clean, equitable, and sustainable energy future. Oregon Department of Energy is accountable for energy production, conservation, and other related safety & environmental impact. Oregon Legislative Assembly established the Oregon Department of Energy in 1975, and its headquarter is located in Salem, Oregon, United States. The department was established due to recommendations of numerous task forces and research groups over several years. Hydropower is the biggest renewable energy resource in Oregon, which is followed by natural gas and coal. Oregon Department of Energy provides highly competitive pay packages, paid vacations, healthcare benefits, and other perks to its employees.
The Oregon Department of Energy is recruiting for an Assistant Director of Energy Planning & Innovation who, as part of the agency's executive management team, will help develop the vision, strategy and direction of the agency and lead our team of technical and policy experts who specialize in energy conservation and efficiency, sustainable transportation, renewable energy, and greenhouse gas reduction. Our team is dedicated to keeping Oregon on the leading edge of renewable energy and efficiency while supporting energy innovation, investment, and resilience. From helping individual Oregonians save energy at home to overseeing the state's interests in the world's largest
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