Boston Government Services has a need for a Hydrogen Fuel Cells Management Analyst.
BGS is an engineering, technology, and security firm helping to advance missions of national importance for government programs, national laboratories, national security facilities, nuclear operations, and complex projects. We support clients at every stage, from strategic planning and program management to the execution of engineering and technical activities. We work to attract and retain the best talent because the best talent delivers the best results for our clients. Our capabilities are based on our experience in complex, secure, and highly regulated environments. We leverage our experience and capabilities to provide mission-driven solutions tuned to our client’s mission needs and strategic direction.
This position directly supports the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) in project management activities including, but not limited to, Funding Opportunity Announcements, project management, and technical support for competitively selected grants and cooperative agreements. Support involves day-to-day interactions with internal parties such as legal, contracting, NEPA, and communications; as well as external parties including project recipients in academia, private industry, and National Laboratories.
Specific Responsibilities may include:
- Interagency Coordination and Facilitation: Asist in cultivating productive relationships among the various branches of the Government that are involved in, or could play a key role in, HIT activities as described in the HIT Charter.
- Work with the HFTO and other federal agencies to support the collection and tracking of relevant information in all areas of HIT activities.
- Assist in preparing plans for specific working group or program leadership activities.
- Inform the HFTO of new developments in the area of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in government and industry.
- Attend and actively participate in Fuel Cell and Hydrogen conferences, seminars, and other federal and industry events and ensure all pertinent information is gathered and disseminated.
Work may include:
- Organize interagency panel sessions.
- Prepare presentation materials.
- Review technical presentations.
- Follow up on action items from events.