The RTF's Contract Analyst Team is the brains behind the RTF's work products. These analysts churn out a steady stream of quality presentations, engineering analysis, and research, all while maintaining a busy schedule of meetings, both internally with their fellow team members, and externally with the region's active stakeholders and RTF members. Being a contract analyst can be a challenge, but the intrigue and intricacies of the RTF''s work ensure that dull moments are few and far between. Now, as 2019 approaches, there is a burgeoning opportunity for someone new to take up this work as the RTF is announcing a request for proposals for contract analyst services in the coming year.
The RTF is seeking one contract analyst (up to 1.0 FTE) for 2019 to work with the existing team of contract analysts on behalf of the RTF. This work includes reviewing and developing unit energy savings measures and standard protocols, defining research needs and developing related research strategies, and connecting individual RTF projects to regional programs and research. This person does not need to be located in Portland, but will be expected to travel to and participate in the monthly RTF meetings.
If you, or someone you know is intrigued by this opportunity, you can find more information on the RTF's RFP page linked below. Proposals should be submitted to the RTF in electronic form by November 30, 2018 by 5:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time via email to RTF Manager/Chair Jennifer Light, firstname.lastname@example.org
More Information on the Request for Proposals Page