Local Green Job Banks

Looking for a green job in the DC area?
My Green Montgomery Jobs:  My Green Montgomery, your guide to green living in Montgomery County, is excited to launch a new, local jobs portal for finding green jobs in our region.

DC Green Bank:  Our  mission is to provide access to capital, growing the clean economy to develop a more equitable, resilient, and sustainable DC. , has  job openings here. 

Montgomery Green Bank:  Connecting funds to projects for a greener Montgomery County, has job openings here.

Federal Jobs

Department of Energy: Clean Energy Jobs has job listings here.

National Jobs

Climate Mayors: Demonstrating leadership on climate change through meaningful actions in our communities has jobs here.

Director, Office of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund

Today, EPA announced that it is seeking applications for permanent director of the newly-formed Office of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund, a career SES position. The director will lead the Office’s implementation of the $27 billion Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) program.
Created by the President’s Inflation Reduction Act, the GGRF is a first-of-its-kind national-scale competitive grant program and a key component of the Investing in America agenda. The GGRF programs include the nearly $14 billion National Clean Investment Fund, the $6 billion Clean Communities Investment Accelerator, and the $7 billion Solar for All competitions. By leveraging public resources to mobilize private capital, GGRF will catalyze investment in thousands of clean technology projects, build the capacity of community lenders to drive local economic growth, and deploy cost-saving solar energy on rooftops and in communities across the country.   The ideal candidate for the OGGRF Director position will have subject-matter expertise in finance and clean technology, grants administration experience, and strong management experience.  The vacancy announcement for the Director position can be found on USAJobs.gov (announcement number RTP-SES-2023-0042) and will remain open until June 26, 2023. The announcement also includes details on specific duties of the position and requirements of applicants. EPA expects that the search process will take 2-3 months, and that the Director will onboard in time to help drive the application evaluation and award selection phases of GGRF implementation.

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GWRCCC Communication and Social Media Intern

Position Overview: 

The Greater Washington Region Clean Cities Coalition (GWRCCC) Communication and Media Intern will gain valuable experience working with a public-private partnership non-profit organization that works to promote the use of clean, domestic fuels to assure our nation’s and region’s climate security, energy independence and clean air by reducing our dependence on gasoline and diesel transportation fuels.

The Communication and Social Media Intern will help elevate GWRCCC’s social media presence through assisting the Marketing and Outreach Coordinator monitor and create content for our multiple online platforms. The Communication/Social Media Intern will assist the Marketing and Outreach Coordinator in creating social media content for Instagram/Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn posts and will gain experience writing website copy. The right candidate should be passionate about climate action and have an interest in the world-wide transition to clean energy.


  • College junior or senior pursuing a degree in marketing, communication, or other related field

Preferred Skills

  • Firm grasp of social media tools and programs
  • Ability to juggle various assigned projects and tasks
  • Communicate regularly and professionally with supervisors
  • Proficient in copy-editing
  • Experience in graphic design programs such as Canva, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator is a plus

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Communication and Media

  • Assist Marketing and Outreach Coordinator create social media content for Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter
  • Execute creative, relevant social media campaigns
  • Assist in writing website copy

General Office 

  • Make phone calls and answer phones
  • Make copies
  • Data entry, filing
  • Other general administrative duties like stuffing envelopes or sending out emails for upcoming events.


  • Research GWRCCC members and other organizations, individuals, public policy topics, industry related matters and trends
  • Develop mini reports and presentations

Special Events

  • Attend GWRCCC events as weekly work hour commitment allows

To apply, please send your cover letter, resume, and three relevant writing samples to antoinethompson@gwrccc.org. This is a 10-15 hour per week unpaid position with a hybrid in-person/work from home schedule and an opportunity for school credit. GWRCCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

USAID Ukraine Energy Security Project

Firms/companies to participate in tenders for USAID procurements of emergency and other energy sector equipment/supplies to support Ukraine’s energy security in the face of continued Russian aggression.

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City of Fairfax

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Climate Mayors

The Climate Mayors seeks a Policy Director to support bolder equitable climate actions by Congress, Federal agencies, and state and local government. The Policy Director is expected to work with leadership to set policy priorities, work with the Biden Administration on identified priorities, organize policy briefings, draft policy communications, and collaborate with policy directors and intergovernmental affairs staff from partner organizations and federal agencies.

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Government of the District of Columbia

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