With electric vehicles (evs) expected to be nearly 20% of new vehicle sales by 2025 across north america and europe, electric mobility is becoming a realityChargepoint is at the center of this revolution, powering the world’s leading ev charging network and most complete set of hardware, software and mobile solutions for every ev charging needWe bring together drivers, businesses, automakers, policymakers, utilities and other stakeholders to make e-mobility a reality globally.
Recently listed on the nyse (chpt) and supported by $660 million since inception from investors including daimler, siemens, linse capital, rho capital partners, bmw i ventures and braemar energy ventures, chargepoint offers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be part of creating an all-electric future and a trillion-dollar marketJoin the team that is building the ev charging industry and make your mark on how people and goods will get everywhere they need to go, in any context, for generations to come.
The senior public policy manager is responsible for federal policy efforts to advance transportation electrification and chargepoint’s business interestsMust be goal-motivated, adaptable in a start-up/early stage environment, a strategic thinker, and detail-orientedSuccessful candidates will have experience working with federal agencies, analyzing agency-issued positions, communications and regulatory processes, and advancing policy objectivesThis is not an entry-level position.
Duties and responsibilities
Generate policy advancement opportunities for electrification at the federal level.
Track, monitor, and analyze federal regulations and agency policy, including but not limited to the us department of energy.
Develop chargepoint policy positions and strategy for responding to federal agency actions.
Represent chargepoint in meetings, hearings, and stakeholder groups, in coordination with chargepoint policy directors and consultants.
Build coalitions of diverse organizations with common goals to achieve policy outcomes of mutual interest.
Develop written comments, letters of support or opposition, oral testimony, and presentations.
Coordinate with internal teams, consultants, and trade associations on messaging, policy development, and strategy.
Minimum of 7 years of experience in energy policy or related fieldDemonstrated knowledge of electric vehicles or electric vehicle charging preferred.
Bachelor’s degree requiredGraduate degree in public policy or related field preferred but not required.
Direct experience working in or with us department of energy.
Track record of successfully developing and overseeing federal programs and navigating federal regulations and rulemaking proceedings.
Ability to speak publicly and write clearly, accurately, and persuasively.
Ability to identify, build rapport, and keep contact with key energy policy influencers.
Ability to effectively work under tight deadlines and manage projects independently.
Ability to multitask on projects across several jurisdictions or federal agencies simultaneously.
Resourcefulness in solving problems with limited resources.
Excellent people skills and an upbeat and enthusiastic attitude.
Strong organizational skills and keen attention to detail.
Strong computer skills including excel and powerpoint.
We are committed to an inclusive and diverse teamChargepoint is an equal opportunity employerWe do not discriminate based on race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or any legally protected status.
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Chargepoint is an equal opportunity employer.
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