Careers

Current Job Openings:

Project Manager II: The project manager will plan, direct, and coordinate activities of projects to ensure that goals or objectives of projects are accomplished within time and funding parameters. Establish, track, and adhere to tasks, timelines, and budgets. Coordinate project logistics and resources. Research, summarize and write project reports.  At Level II, the Project Manager is expected to independently manage larger and more complex projects and may serve as a lead and/or mentor to other staff; individual possesses subject matter expertise in assigned business area. For more information, click here.

Building Performance Analyst: The building performance analyst will support Advanced Energy’s residential energy services including SystemVision, a program that has certified over 5,000 new homes, designed to be healthy, safe, durable, comfortable and energy efficient. The position will be responsible for inspecting homes at various stages in the construction process, conducting plan reviews, performing HVAC load calculations, communicating with builders and their subcontractors and providing other technical services in the energy field to utilities, federal and state agencies, and other customers. For more information, click here. 

Technical Consultant, Energy and Electric Utilities: The energy consultant will provide advanced technical consulting and expertise in the energy field to utilities, builders, federal and state agencies, and other customers. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of the electric utility/energy industries and grid-edge demand side management technologies including but not limited to demand response, distributed generation, energy storage, energy efficiency and electrification. The position will support multiple projects and project teams primarily for the residential market and potentially across the other markets. For more information, click here. 

Energy Engineer: The energy engineer will provide engineering and/or technical services in the energy field to utilities, industrial, commercial and agricultural facilities, government agencies, and other customers. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in industrial systems. For more information, click here.

Working at Advanced Energy:

A culture of collaboration and innovation. At Advanced Energy, we want to be involved in developing, promoting and practicing sustainable energy solutions.

We work with electric utilities, federal, state and local government, manufacturers and a wide variety of public and private partners to implement advanced energy solutions for the commercial, industrial, residential and transportation markets. Our teams work in the field, in our testing lab and in our offices to share ideas and bring about innovation. We are our clients’ best resource.

We offer a flexible work environment and adopt the belief that satisfied employees result in satisfied clients. We promote employee development opportunities, offer ergonomically accommodating work stations and encourage open exchanges of ideas and information.

We foster creativity in a team-based atmosphere where collaboration is key and a passion for helping ensure energy in North Carolina remains available and affordable is required.

Come make a difference with us.

Benefits

Advanced Energy views its relationship with its employees as a symbiotic one – a beneficial relationship for each party involved. With this in mind, Advanced Energy’s employee benefits package was designed to fairly compensate employees for their professional contributions to the company. Advanced Energy believes that healthier and happier employees and families make for a better work environment; that’s why our benefits package was tailored for our employees to keep a balance with the most important things in life. In addition to salaries commensurate with experience, Advanced Energy offers a comprehensive benefits package for its employees that includes:

  • Medical insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Life and AD&D insurance
  • Short-term disability insurance
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Long-term care insurance
  • Flexible spending accounts (health care and dependent care)
  • Health savings account
  • Voluntary insurance policies
  • 403b Retirement accounts
  • Holidays
  • Sick leave
  • Childcare leave (maternity and paternity)
  • Vacation time (based on years of service)
  • Comp time (exempt employees)
  • Bereavement leave
  • Jury duty
  • Military leave
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Health Club membership reimbursement
  • Cell Phone stipend
  • Professional development opportunities