Oceantic Network will be posting open positions on a rolling basis.
Oceantic Network provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, the Oceantic Network complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which we employ staff. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
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Title/Role: Industry Trainer
Reports to: Director of Industry Education
Department: Education and Training
Salary Range: $55,000 to $65,000
The Network is hiring a trainer to support the growth and evolution of its Industry Training programs, projects, products, and services. This position will report to the Director of Industry Education and is required to facilitate and support, Foundation 2 Blade [F2B], Offshore Wind [OSW] Ready, and OSW 101 deliveries. The ideal candidate has experience in communicating with a broad range of stakeholders on technical subjects. You will assist in the development of technical training programs and help others develop important professional skills. Additionally, this individual must be an excellent communicator, and have the ability to explain complex subjects clearly and interestingly. The individual must be passionate about offshore wind, conveying information and knowledge, finding opportunities, and helping companies and stakeholders make connections within the industry.
Title/Role: Senior Executive Assistant
Reports to: Chief of Staff
Department: Executive Office
Location/Base: Baltimore MD/Possible Hybrid
Salary Range: $75,000 to $90,000
Oceantic (the Network) is looking for a strong Senior Executive Assistant. The primary purpose of this position is to support the President/CEO and the Senior Leadership team. The Senior Executive Assistant will oversee calendars, provide travel management, handle Board of Director communication, and other ad-hoc administrative duties as assigned. The Candidate will serve as an integral part of the Network’s Senior leadership team to maximize staff effectiveness and achieve organizational objectives. This may involve querying and working with stakeholders, guiding others in their preparation for their interactions
with the President/CEO, preparing agendas or briefing materials, and monitoring the progress and achievement of action items. This position is of critical importance to the organization. They will serve as a valuable role in managing relationships, time, and information flow, ensuring smooth communication across the executive team and wider organization. The position requires being available early mornings, nights, and weekends when needed. The ideal candidate possesses solid project management skills, is well-organized, shows an
elevated level of attention to detail, can work well under pressure, and follows up relentlessly to ensure the right results. The ideal candidate should have an administrative background and demonstrate an interest in clean energy.
Title/Role: Program Manager
Reports to: Chief of Staff
Department: Policy and Research
Location/Base: Negotiable, preference given to Delmarva Peninsula
Salary Range: $61,000 to $85,000
The Oceantic Network is hiring for a newly created position to project manage and lead the
implementation of our 5-year project funded grants by the Maryland Energy Administration. This role is designed to manage our grant deliverables to elevate public awareness and provide education about offshore wind renewable energy through experiential learning, training companies who want to enter the market, and development of national models. The successful candidate will be at the forefront of recruiting local businesses interested in entering the ocean renewables supply chain and will serve as the lead program staff on all mid-Atlantic programmatic issues. This individual will represent the Network at local
and national events, assist with fundraising, and play a key role in business participation in the OSW Experience Hub. The role is committed to tirelessly promoting the development of offshore wind (OSW) and ocean renewables in the mid-Atlantic, including conducting grassroots organizing and stakeholder engagement. This is a unique opportunity to drive meaningful change in renewable energy adoption and to position our organization at the forefront of the offshore wind industry.