Make yourself known to hiring companies
NCBPA offers students, new professionals and experienced professionals free access to this Job Seekers Board to connect eager workers to hiring companies in our industry. Send your resume and a description of what type of internship, part-time or full-time job you’re looking for to be posted here. Contact us with any questions you have.
Jason Karpf – seeking full-time position in Energy Management in Southern NC/South Carolina
Veteran energy efficiency and Building Performance professional looking to relocate to South Carolina or southern North Carolina. While both technical and analytical I’m best described as a customer-focused, people person. Most interested in developing and advancing energy management and smart home offerings to further advance the energy efficiency industry. Currently I’m working on a business model for a Smart Home offering. Interested in connecting with energy efficiency companies and professionals to discuss opportunities.
Daniel Real – seeking full-time position in Solar and/or Storage in NC
Skilled project manager and advisor offering a unique combination of academic and professional experiences to promote innovation in renewable energy. Adept at building relationships, leading teams, translating technical concepts for business and policy leaders, and collaborating effectively with others to achieve desired outcomes. Known for intellectual curiosity across multiple disciplines, ability to research complex topics and attain subject matter expertise
in short period of time. Demonstrated ability to orchestrate successful technology demonstrations and evaluations on tight schedules with limited funding.
Vanessa Luthringer – seeking full-time position in Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in NC
My name is Vanessa Luthringer and I am seeking a full time position in energy efficiency and sustainability industry. Possessing long-standing passion for sustainability, demonstrating understanding of the need for implementation of multi-faceted sustainability initiatives and importance of interdisciplinary perspectives. Excellent written communication skills readily applicable to diverse writing frames ranging from fact sheets, flyers, and research reports to newsletter segments and case studies. Proficient in data compilation and organization. Interpret policy and analyze energy data to make recommendations. Experience in researching energy emissions, generation mix, and consumption data from national databases (i.e. eGRID, EIA, NREL). Performing outreach and outreach support in public and private sectors. Use of partnerships, stakeholder process, and education to further sustainability initiatives.
Rushang Shah – seeking full-time position in commercial HVAC/energy services in NC
My Name is Rushang Shah, graduate student in Mechanical Engineering at University of North Carolina at Charlotte. I have successfully defended my thesis on High Performance buildings: Integration of smart windows in commercial buildings and will be graduating this may. Looking forward for full-time opportunity in HVAC / Energy industry to have further insight on building system. I have previously worked as sales and design engineer enlightening me to the building industry. My curiosity to learn more about the building systems led me to purse masters degree with concentration in building system and energy conservation. Please feel free to go through my resume and contact me for any further queries.
Steven Tulevech – currently seeking Quantitative Energy Opportunities in Triangle area
I’m a senior at UNC Chapel Hill studying quantitative energy systems, computer science, and statistics. My professional interests include energy consulting and energy analytics across a suite of industries. I have published peer-reviewed research on net-zero energy industrial buildings and consulted for a building design firm in Bangkok, Thailand. This past summer I focused on renewable energy and energy efficiency policy at the State Energy Office within NCDEQ. I am continuing at DEQ this fall as a data analyst and special assistant to the Energy Division director. My collective experiences within the energy and building sectors continue to inspire me to help build a smarter, more efficient economy for North Carolina and beyond.
Shelly Ryder – industry marketing professional currently seeking full-time job
A complete in-house agency for building and executing marketing plans, with a passion for sustainability and green technology. Skills encompass marketing strategy, competitive positioning, customer segmentation, value-based messaging, content creation, demand generation, digital marketing, product launch, customer case studies, sales collateral. Additional capabilities in trade show management, graphic design, web design, CRM administration and budgeting.