The Energy Educational Council is an independently funded 501 (c) 3 national non-profit with a long-time connection to the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, funded by several hundred electric utilities, energy-related businesses and other organizations who share the mission to create a safer, smarter world.
The Director for the Energy Education Council (EEC) serves as a full-time academic professional staff member, responsible for administering Council business, managing staff, and overseeing a broad range of multi-media outreach programming and educational activities.
Master’s degree in public administration, or a related field from an accredited institution of higher education. Candidates with a Master’s degree in progress may be considered for interviews, but degree must be completed by hire date.
Experience in designing, creating and delivering educational and marketing presentations using a variety of windows-based software programs, including editing images for use in presentations and on websites.
Experience in state and federal administrative requirements and processes related to 501 (c) 3 educational organizations.
Experience and proficiency with multiple forms of communication, including interpersonal, written, presentation and public speaking, marketing and branding.
Five years of management experience, including supervisory, budgetary and planning, educational program management and planning, and human resources management.
Five years of experience working with governing boards of directors, policy formation and fundraising.
Internal Number: 125962
About Energy Education Council/University of Illinois
The Energy Education Council (EEC) is a national non-profit that creates a safer, smarter world. EEC and its award-winning Safe Electricity® program produce a variety of multi-media tools from comprehensive web sites to videos, articles to print designs, social media graphics and much more, all aimed at helping electric utilities to educate consumers and utility workers.
For more than half a century, the Council has been a trusted source of science-based information, operating as part of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Extension Service. EEC's diverse membership of more than 500 utilities includes electric cooperatives, investor-owned, and municipal utilities, along with educators, energy experts and related businesses. Members find common ground on mutually vital issues and foster synergy to enhance consumer knowledge of electrical safety, energy efficiency and renewable energy through outreach and education.