The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is seeking a program manager who will be responsible for implementing the association’s sustainability and green building policy at the federal, state and local levels by proactively promoting NAHB policy positions, providing critical analysis of law and regulation, tracking and interpreting emerging issues, assisting in the development and implementation of strategies and providing advocacy, education, research and technical assistance for members and state/local home builder associations.
Assigned issues also include energy and resource efficiency, indoor environmental quality, resiliency, green remodeling and systems-built homes.
Qualified candidates will have an understanding of agency programs (e.g. ENERGYSTAR for Homes, Zero Energy Ready Homes) and regulatory, legislative, and codes processes. Candidates should also have demonstrated analytical, written and verbal communication skills to address complex issues concisely and effectively to a wide range of audiences. The ability to review and understand technical information related to residential construction and design is a must.
A minimum of three years of experience in program management is strongly preferred. Prior experience and a broad knowledge of all aspects of residential construction are needed, particularly in the areas of energy conservation, green building and indoor air quality. A college degree in Energy Policy, Sustainability, Architecture, Construction Management, Engineering, or equivalent in education and experience is required.
To apply, please visit nahb.org/jobs.
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About National Association of Home Builders
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)represents over 140,000 home builders and others by providing education, networking and advocacy services to its members. With 247 staff, it is among the 25 largest trade associations in the country.