Recruiting Priorities: Clean & High Tech Jobs│Redfish Technology 1/8/2013
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This week our top Clean & High Tech recruiting priorities are: Senior Software Engineer – Mobile Products; Force.com Application Developer – Sales Process Software; .Net Systems Architect – Healthcare Systems; Field Sales Representative – Disruptive Storage Technology; Strategic Account Sales Manager & Regional Sales Executive – Solar Photovoltaic; and (more…)
“Top 10 Clean Tech Trends To Watch in 2012”
developed by The Antenna Group in collaboration with numerous cleantech clients.
Drawn from dialogue with companies in renewable energy, energy efficiency, alternative fuels, energy storage, finance, waste management and water, here are the top 10 clean tech trends to watch in 2012. “2012 is shaping up to be a critical year in the transition to a cleaner, more energy-efficient world.” The list is developed by The Antenna Group, the largest and most experienced clean technology public relations firm in the U.S., providing strategic communications for more than 40 clients in clean technology, renewable energy and sustainability. (more…)
Priority Clean Tech Jobs from Redfish Technology
This week’s top green career opportunities are for VP of Sales in Wind, Smart Grid Analysts, Business Development Manager Energy Efficiency, Performance Contracting Engineer, Renewable Energy Scientists, PV Silicon Specialists, EV Project Engineers, EV Design Engineer, Solar and Electric Vehicle Engineers, and more. Read this week’s top priorities: (more…)
How can the Clean Economy be fostered and what is the potential?
In the midst of the ideological divergence and posturing in Washington, it is refreshing to see some clear numbers that point to positive impactful investment and jobs in the green economy. The Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institute recently published their report “Sizing the Clean Economy” which ask and answers “The question before us: at a time of economic uncertainty and federal polarization, can America’s cities and metropolitan areas lead the nation to a clean economy—to create jobs in the near term and retool and restructure our economy for the long haul?”
This report discussed three important findings. First, the clean economy is a significant emerging market in the U.S. Second, metropolitan areas are the innovators of the clean economy. Third, to fulfill the potential of the emerging clean economy, the entrepreneurial energy and dynamism of these metropolitan engines must be liberated. (more…)