Use and Expand Your Knowledge, Skills, and Experience
OE is a small office of less than 90 people, so every single OE employee is involved significantly in program activities. OE will offer you challenging assignments whether you are an emergency responder preparing to deploy to a hurricane area, a physical scientist interested in the latest generation of high-temperature superconducting materials, an economist interested in the workings of utility regulation, or a business major that wants to offer new ideas to advance business opportunities. You only have to go next door to work with top experts in your field.
Meet and Work With Leaders in Your Field
OE works closely with industry, National Laboratories, universities, regulators, state and local officials, and foreign governments to accomplish its work. Our influence and effectiveness depend on marshalling resources in the private sector and other institutions that can conduct the research we fund, enforce the laws and regulations that OE helps develop, and prepare for and respond to national emergencies. OE staff have unparalleled access to the leaders who are researching the next generation of energy technology, developing the innovative energy policies and regulations that will guide markets, and who are operating our energy infrastructure and protecting it from harm.
ACT NOW and Make a Difference
OE seeks talented and motivated individuals in a wide range of occupations, including Engineers, Physical Scientists, Financial and Business Specialists, Managers, Energy Operation Specialists, Infrastructure Systems Analysts, Social Scientists, Transmission Siting Analysts, Environmental Specialists, and individuals with Legal Background. If this describes you and you are interested in employment with the Office Of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, please contact us and we will send you information on career opportunities and how to apply for those positions.