Join our team.

Are you a fan of clean and renewable energy sources? Does making valuable contributions to your own community give you a sense of accomplishment? Are you looking for a job that pairs well with your experience and expertise? If you answered “yes” to these questions, our Human Resources Department would like to hear from you.

For questions about joining the MBCP team, please contact :

Manager of Human Resources

Current open positions:

The Manager of Energy Programs works under the direction of the Director for Communications and Energy Programs and collaborates closely with other teams (Power Supply, Communications, Account Services, Finance and Legislative & Regulatory Affairs) to implement a portfolio of energy programs to achieve MBCP goals. The focus areas of energy programs include transportation electrification, building electrification and distributed energy resources. In general, transportation electrification programs will reduce emissions and electrify personal and commercial transport. Building electrification programs will catalyze efficient electrification and reimagine energy use in the built environment without fossil fuels. Distributed energy resources will enable demand-side flexibility via demand response, smart controls, energy efficiency, energy storage and deployment of microgrids

The Finance Manager works under the supervision of the Director of Finance & Administrative Services and is responsible for performing the full range of professional accounting, financial and auditing duties utilizing generally accepted accounting principles for governmental agencies. Incumbent will have strong accounting, audit and financial reporting experience, detail oriented, and have demonstrated the ability to work collaboratively with others.

The Energy Risk Analyst will support MBCP’s Power Supply team by building and maintaining systems and processes that can translate complex & voluminous energy data into usable business intelligence.


The Energy Risk Analyst reports to the Director of Power Supply Resources and shall work with other members of the Power Supply Team and independently on a range of complex administrative and analytical projects and tasks.  The ideal candidate must possess experience with energy data analytics, energy trading and risk management and should have experience with industry standard modeling and simulation software packages. 


Energy Regulatory & Legislative Analyst

The Energy Regulatory and Legislative Analyst works under the direction of the Manager of Energy Regulatory and Legislative Affairs and collaborates closely with other Monterey Bay Community Power (MBCP) teams (Power Services, Communications and External Affairs, and Internal Operations) in representing MBCP in various regulatory and legislative activities. The Analyst evaluates proposed regulatory policies and legislation to assess the impact on MBCP, develops MBCP positions on issues, and develops analyses, written reports, and presentation materials to support MBCP’s position. The Analyst may be assigned to represent MBCP before applicable regulatory agencies, perform outreach to legislators, or participate on behalf of MBCP in California Community Choice Association (CalCCA) working groups or committees developing joint community choice aggregators (CCAs) positions and pleadings.