About eMotorWerks

eMotorWerks is an innovative Silicon Valley provider of IoT electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions built upon a disruptive business model: by selling our market-leading JuiceBox smart grid EV charging stations into a rapidly-expanding electric vehicle market, we provide immediate benefit to EV owners and charging station operators while simultaneously delivering valuable, cloud-based load management services to utilities and grid operators. As a result, drivers receive fast, network enabled charging and eMotorWerks receives multi-year “grid services” revenues.

Our mission is to dramatically accelerate EV adoption through advanced technologies and innovative solutions. The company's flagship residential product, a connected level 2 EV charging station and mobile app, has already helped nearly 30,000 drivers go electric. Find more information atwww.eMotorWerks.com

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

Responsibilities

  • Advocate successfully inside and outside regulatory proceedings for EV and DER policies in multiple jurisdictions to encourage deployment and utilization of smart electric vehicle infrastructure
  • Connect and coordinate with regulatory professionals across the Enel Group of companies, including Enel X, EnerNOC and Enel Green Power
  • Manage outside regulatory and legislative consultants to scope and produce cost-effective, desired policy outcomes
  • Represent eMotorWerks in DER and EV-related industry associations; report internally, propose eMotorWerks response and implement optimal positions on key policy matters identified by associations
  • Contribute to commercial roadmap for hardware and energy services by delivering actionable insight into utility, state and ISO policy / market structures
  • Familiarize with and identify differences between eMotorWerks’ competition from a commercial and policy perspective
  • Manage day-to-day activities for eMotorWerks North America policy engagements; Approximately 50% California and 50% rest of U.S. / Canada
  • Identify and prioritize critical U.S. and Canadian markets for policy participation and market development, in tandem with and in advance of commercial business development
  • Reports to VP, Energy Market Operations & Policy

Required Qualifications

  • 3-5 years experience in policy, market development, technical business development or government
  • Experience relate to electricity trading or distributed energy resources, such as distributed solar, demand response, stationary storage are highly applicable
  • Understanding of wholesale electricity markets, demand response, and utility business models
  • Top-notch writing and verbal skills, with evidence from policy proceedings
  • Takes initiative, work autonomously and quickly, navigate ambiguity and uncertainty, and excel in a startup environment
  • BS or higher degree in engineering, public policy, economics or related subjects
  • Passion for electric vehicles and how they can improve the world
  • Outstanding communications and project management skills
  • Able to travel up 25%

Additional Desired Qualifications

  • Experience and relationships in regulatory and legislative venues in Midwest and East Coast
  • Specific experience in electric vehicle policy
  • Experience working in both a startup and large, mature organization
  • Personally or has family member who owns an electric vehicle
  • Able to routinely office out of San Carlos headquarters