The technical executive represents EPRI in a visible and critical technical area. Oversees work in this area and represents EPRI both internally and externally. Recognized as a subject matter expert and is involved in the research work of other public and private organizations in this field. Maintains expertise by in-depth involvement in the state-of-the-art research and technology development in the field. Contributes to multiple projects within and cross sector on whatever basis necessary for effective utilization of expertise.
• Designs and oversees research studies to be performed by EPRI will advance the state-of-knowledge in the field.
• Interacts with EPRI leaders to develop EPRI's position in the field; consults with leaders in member organizations to assist in their strategy development relating to field of expertise.
• Supports EPRI M&TS in representing EPRI and establishing EPRI's technical credentials and leadership.
• May lead a small team of capable technical staff members and advises/mentors developing technical staff, does not have direct management responsibility. Coaches and mentors internal staff in associated technical areas of expertise.
Advanced degree in science/engineering or equivalent experience required
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Recognized as having expert knowledge in a broad field of expertise by the science, engineering or technical community both within and outside EPRI.
• Ability to communicate complex science and technical issues in a way that can influence both the technical community, membership and Sector Council
• Requires little day to day supervision. Receives direction and guidance to set high level priorities.
• Communicates project status, plans, and results during member visits, presentations to Sector Council.
• Ability to communicate science and technical studies and results in a manner that exhibits technical expertise but also is easily understood by energy stakeholders.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Individual contributor
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), in partnership with the Gas Technology Institute (GTI), has launched the Low-Carbon Resources Initiative (LCRI) to address the need to accelerate development and demonstration of low-carbon energy technologies. The LCRI is investigating the production, storage, delivery, and use of low-carbon chemical energy resources - such as hydrogen, ammonia, synthetic fuels, and biofuels - needed to enable affordable pathways to economy-wide decarbonization by mid-century.
The position involves designing and leading research, development, and demonstration projects related to low-carbon chemical energy carriers and fuels. The position will report into the Low-Carbon Resources Initiative (LCRI) and will provide technical support for all research areas associated with the low-carbon resources value chain. The position will engage with LCRI members and global stakeholders to develop a wide range of research projects.
Comprehensive knowledge and experience in the following areas is required:
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