Explore Careers in Clean Energy

We’ve gathered data and insights on dozens of careers in the clean energy industry. From entry-level positions to managers and operators, our career database includes pay scale, education requirements, training and education opportunities, and information on what the career is like day-to-day.

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We’ve gathered data and insights on many of the careers found in the clean energy industry which can be found below.

Like any other business, utilities and clean energy companies need people in careers such as accounting, office managers, human resources specialists, custodians, and many others.

Utilities also need people in other areas such as fisheries biologists to monitor fish and wildlife operations and protection, park attendants to help manage the many beautiful parks and lakes run by dams, and security to keep everyone safe.

Whether you’re interested in a career in Washington’s powerful hydroelectric field, seek opportunities in wind power, would rather lead the charge in solar, or deliver reliable power across the region in distribution, we’ve made it easy to explore clean energy careers.

Explore the list below to get started!

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Much of the information above was gathered from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Other helpful sites and career maps are: