Current Openings at EEI

Career Description
Manager, Associate Program
Here’s your chance to join one of the nation’s premier trade associations!  Edison Electric Institute (EEI) needs a Manager to administer EEI’s Associate Program which has over 250 members. The Manager will reinvigorate the existing program by reviewing and updating existing benefits, developing additional targeted materials, and communicating benefits to current and potential members. Additional duties include ensuring Associate members are engaged in EEI programs that can provide value to them plus managing data, contact information, dues, and renewal information.  The Manager will attend major EEI meetings with the goal of expanding the role of the Associate members.  A  BA/BS is required with courses or a degree in marketing preferred. The job requires at least three years of applicable experience in a trade association or similar environment. A background in energy is a plus.  The successful candidate will have outstanding sales, interpersonal, analytical and organizational skills as well as the ability to develop and implement business marketing campaigns.  
Research Assistant
The Institute for Electric Innovation (IEI), a program of the Edison Foundation, needs a Research Assistant for the summer.  Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree in policy, political science, economics, business, or environmental science with a graduate degree in progress.  The ideal candidate will have strong research and quantitative analysis skills, a basic understanding of electric power sector market structure and policy issues, and a passion for innovative technologies, policies, and market-based approaches that support the development of an affordable, reliable, secure, and clean energy future.
Manager, Accounting
Edison Electric Institute (EEI) has an outstanding opportunity for a Manager, Accounting to work on industry accounting issues and oversee committee meetings.  The Manager will identify strategic issues that could impact EEI’s member companies and communicate the implications to EEI leadership and our members.  The Manager will serve as primary staff contact for the Chief Audit Executives, Corporate Accounting, and Property Accounting & Valuation Committees. These responsibilities include project management, technical accounting, facilitating the exchange of issue information, developing agendas, and managing the execution of the meetings.  The position involves regular interaction with industry accounting and auditing leaders, standard-setters, and regulators.  Additional duties include planning industry accounting and auditing seminars and helping to maintain EEI’s status as a continuing professional education sponsor.  A BA/BS is required with an accounting or business degree preferred.  An MBA, Master’s degree, or CPA is also highly desirable.  Candidates must have at least four years of relevant experience, preferably in the power and utilities energy sector.  Candidates should demonstrate excellent oral and written communication capabilities, interpersonal skills and managerial presence.  Meeting management experience is desirable.  EEI offers a competitive salary, outstanding benefits, and an Archives/Navy Memorial Metro stop location near the National Mall in Washington, DC.
Accounts Payable Assistant
Here’s your chance to join one of the nation’s premier trade associations! Edison Electric Institute (EEI) has an outstanding opportunity for a Accounts Payable Assistant. The Assistant will primarily handle Accounts Payable duties including processing checks and voids, validating all payment documents, resolving issues and month-end preparation. The job requires a High School diploma/GED, with college-level accounting courses preferred, and two years of related experience. Strong computer, math, organizational, and communication skills are essential.
Information Resources Center Intern
EEI has a part-time internship opportunity available in our Information Resources Center. The intern will assist with updating websites and integrated library database systems, handle reference and research requests, and perform a variety of administrative tasks. Graduate-level coursework in library science is strongly preferred. Candidates must be detail-oriented with excellent communication and organization skills.  Experience with database management and cataloging is preferred.

To Apply: All applications must include a cover letter and a résumé. Please indicate the job title you are applying for, as well as your salary requirements. Our e-mail address is Our fax number is 202-508-5503. You can also mail your information to:

Edison Electric Institute
Attention: Recruiting Department
701 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20004-2696


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