CEI is a non-profit public policy organization dedicated to advancing the principles of limited government, free enterprise, and individual liberty. We believe economic freedom is essential for entrepreneurship, innovation, and prosperity to flourish. CEI pursues a full-service approach to advancing public policy, which includes conducting original scholarly research, active communications campaigns, direct advocacy with policymakers, and litigation. Founded in 1984, CEI has grown into an effective advocate for freedom on a wide range of critical policy issues, including energy and climate, free market environmentalism, technology, telecommunications, business and finance, and food and drug regulation.
About the Deputy Director of the Center for Energy and Environment Opening:
The Competitive Enterprise Institute seeks a Deputy Director for its Center for Energy and Environment who can simultaneously serve as a Policy Fellow. The successful candidate will collaborate with the director to manage, develop, and lead the program’s coalition, advocacy, and research activities. This includes managing a wide portfolio of energy, climate, and environmental issues, developing and managing campaigns to advance CEI’s goals, and providing leadership to the wider free market and conservative coalition on energy and environmental issues. This position is most suitable for an individual with five to ten years of experience working on these issues from a consistent free market outlook and with leadership, management, public advocacy, analytical, and writing skills. [Read more…]