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Director, Executive and Policy Communications
Edison Electric Institute, one of the nation’s premier trade associations, seeks an exceptional writer/editor to develop and write a range of communication content – including issue overviews, backgrounders, fact sheets, blog posts, speeches, and presentations - on key industry policy issues. This is a very visible position that interacts at the highest levels of the organization.

The ideal candidate will have strong writing and communications skills and the ability to create compelling messages and distill complex information into plain English. He/she will also have experience in speech writing and in developing officer-level presentations. This position works with a wide range of association leaders and policy experts, and candidates must have the ability to grasp and express complex concepts and have experience working under intense deadline pressure, as well as the ability to juggle work assignments and sort priorities. This position reports to the head of the Communications group. The job requires at least 8 - 10 years of professional experience in communications and a bachelor’s degree, preferably in communications, journalism or the equivalent. A master’s degree is a plus. A background in energy is preferred.

EEI will provide an outstanding compensation package. We are located at the Archives/Navy Memorial metro station.

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Please include your résumé, cover letter, salary requirements, and writing samples when you apply. 
Manager, Clean Energy
Edison Electric Institute, one of the nation’s premier trade associations, has an outstanding opportunity for a Manager, Clean Energy.  The Manager will be responsible for programs and activities relating to clean energy options including renewable energy and energy storage.  The tasks include developing best-in-class studies, products and data.  The Manager will also work with EEI staff to develop and implement targeted generation policy advocacy, engage EEI members in a range of policy and commercial issues, and serve as a spokesperson on clean energy, power generation, and energy storage.  The job requires a degree in economics, business, engineering or a related field.  A master’s degree in a related area is a plus.  The successful applicant will have five or more years of related professional experience focusing on industry energy supply issues, energy storage, and/or clean energy.  Effective oral communication skills and superior writing abilities are essential.  Applicants should have outstanding interpersonal and analytical skills, with experience in project management and business process improvement

To Apply: All applications must include a cover letter and a résumé. Please indicate the job title you are applying for, as well as your salary requirements. Our e-mail address is Our fax number is 202-508-5503. You can also mail your information to:

Edison Electric Institute
Attention: Recruiting Department
701 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20004-2696


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