Law & Tech Opportunities

BCLT Administrative Assistant (work study, if applicable)

 

BCLT seeks a student administrative assistant to provide clerical and operational support to BCLT staff. The administrative assistant will be responsible for a variety of daily and periodic duties as governed by the Center’s needs and assigned by the Associate Director or other designee. Examples of such duties are: providing general office support, updating and printing BCLT promotional materials (such as name tags, flyers, event programs and other marketing pieces), and updating the BCLT website as directed.

Requirements: Good interpersonal skills and comfort in receiving close supervision, as well as in working independently. Computer proficiency in MS Office software (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access). Database, InDesign, Photoshop, and other Adobe products required. Salesforce DB, Adobe Illustrator, and Dreamweaver a plus. Superior organizational, written (spelling, grammar, syntax), and oral communication skills (clarity, logic). Very strong attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to prioritize, show initiative, persevere until tasks are thoroughly completed, and exercise sound judgment. Ability to commit to a regular, part-time work schedule, maximum of 20 hours per week and no fee remission. 

Please apply by sending your cover letter and resume in PDF format to Louise Lee at llee@law.berkeley.edu

(posted 9/22/14)

 


 

Research and Policy Analyst (Contractor: Part-Time)

 

E9 Energy Insight is a timely and comprehensive suite of information resources that provide a systematic “roadmap” of the new and ongoing activities of the state commissions. They are looking for research and policy analysts who will be responsible for gathering information from a specific portfolio of utility commission websites based on defined procedures and protocols. Research will be supplemented with direct interviews with public utility commission staff, advisors and other stakeholders.

This is a great opportunity to learn first-hand about the landscape of state energy policy, with a strong focus on clean energy and consumer technologies. This position is part-time with flexible hours that can be customized to accommodate academic studies or other professional obligations. Analysts will work with current subscribers, including Nest, Honeywell, Enernoc, Landis+Gyr, Itron, EDF, Navigant and many others.

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Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Cameron Brooks at inquiries@e9insight.com by October 1st, 2014.

(Posted 08/27/14)

 


 

To feature your group's opportunity, please contact BCLT at bclt@law.berkeley.edu

 

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