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New York Power Authority Program Coordinator - e-Mobility in White Plains, New York

Summary

The Program Coordinator provides research and project planning support to the e-Mobility group as well as to the project managers, business development and marketing functions.

The Program Coordinator may also be tasked with assisting in the analysis of state or federal environmental or energy policies that may affect the e-Mobility program.

Responsibilities

  • Draft and provide advanced scouting to determine NYPA qualifications for federal and state level grant proposals and provide economic impact analysis for electric transportation projects.

  • Collaborate in developing economic pro-forma analyses of electric transportation projects to measure fuel savings or emissions reductions.

  • Draft project funding agreements and coordinate with NYPA’s Legal and Procurement departments as well as the customer to bring to execution.

  • Assist engineers in preparation and scoring of requests for proposals by tracking votes/scores, organizing interviews with bidders, and managing subsequent data collected relative to the scoring process.

  • Assist in management of the e-Mobility Program by providing budget projections, budget tracking/spending reports, and customer service.

  • Update departmental databases to track various projects and initiatives and provide support to staff and project engineers by performing web research, project budget tracking and analysis.

  • Update and monitor various project data (e.g., contract commitments and emissions reductions, energy savings, etc.) in Microsoft Excel, SharePoint, and Primavera as the project proceeds from audit, feasibility, design, bid, construction, to closeout.

  • Provide project accounting assistance by processing project invoices, generating purchase requisitions, accounting documents and memos.

  • Coordinate special events for the e-Mobility group including customer meetings and outreach events.

  • Support marketing and business development functions by analyzing warranty data on fleet of high-speed electric vehicle chargers.

  • Provide maintenance of project audit files and records.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Strong written and verbal communication.

  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to multi-task and keep track of multiple simultaneous projects.

  • Understanding of grants and the grant proposal process for energy or environmental projects.

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (Outlook, Excel, Word, Access).

  • Knowledge of Primavera, and SAP, preferred.

Education, Experience and Certifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in either business, sustainability or technical field.

  • Minimum of 5 years of business relevant work experience.

Physical Requirements

  • May require travel to attend conferences and customer meetings, primarily within New York State.

  • Valid NYS Driver’s License.

The New York Power Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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