About InClime:

InClime is an Annapolis, Maryland based organization dedicated to managing and running solicitations, request for proposals (RFP) and procurement programs for utilities and public entities. InClime is focused on creating easy to navigate online programs that allow everyone from homeowners to large businesses to directly participate in programs that were previously limited to large, sophisticated entities.  Our administration team assists clients qualifying for and participating in renewable energy and energy efficiency programs offered in various states and cities across the country.  Clients are supported via telephone, email, webinars and live training.  InClime currently runs a number of programs in solar renewable energy credit solicitation and management, as well as several grant, loan, and low income programs in renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Job Description:
InClime is looking for an enthusiastic and independent worker, with strong customer service skills and attention to detail to assist in the administration of our numerous programs.  As part of our administrator responsibilities and duties, InClime receives applications and documents from individuals and organizations through our web-based platforms that must be carefully reviewed for completeness and compliance within rules of the programs.  The Assistant Program Manager will be provided training on the detailed rules and background laws of each program managed by InClime.  The Assistant Program Manager will need to become an expert in these rules within a few weeks.  The Assistant Program Manager is responsible for reviewing applications and documents, contacting the applicant by email with deficiencies, following up via telephone if the applicant has further questions, and approving/denying applications.   The Assistant Program Manager will also provide support to Program Managers and assist with the research of new renewable and energy efficiency programs.

Required Qualifications & Experience:

  • Interest in renewable energy and energy efficiency
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills with ability to assist clients via email and telephone
  • Desire and ability to work independently in a self-directed environment and to manage priorities and meet deadlines especially during times of peak activity
  • Ability to use Google Maps and Drive and have general online fluency
  • Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Detail oriented with a zero defects mentality

Desired Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree desired but not required

Type of Position:

The Assistant Program Manager position is extremely flexible and will work approximately 15-18 hours per week.  The entire team spends one day per week at our office located in the Eastport area of Annapolis and the remainder of the week is free to work from home or the office during hours of your choosing.  This is an ideal position for a parent returning to the workforce, military spouse, college student or retiree looking for a part-time position and all are highly encouraged to apply.