Spring Valley Wind Park, Pattern Energy

Current Openings


Project Manager 
Posted July 1, 2019

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AWWI seeks a highly qualified Project Manager to support our work in developing science, tools, and strategies for wind power siting and operations that minimize impacts to wildlife and wildlife habitat. This position will work principally with AWWI’s Senior Manager on projects under AWWI’s Technology Innovation Program, which coordinates testing, evaluation, and verification of available and in-development technologies intended to detect and deter raptor and bat species at wind energy facilities, as well as other science-based initiatives on bats, eagles, and grouse and wind energy.


James A. Walker Future of Wind and Wildlife Fellowship
Posted May 9, 2019

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The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) is offering a Fellowship for an outstanding individual to learn first-hand about issues related to wind energy and wildlife interactions, and the collaborative efforts underway to solve these issues. The Fellow will have the opportunity to research interdisciplinary, cross-sector topics that are key to the success of solving wind-wildlife challenges; expand creative thinking on these topics; interface with leaders in the field; and apply insights gained toward a career in a field related to renewable energy and wildlife conservation.


Program Coordinator 
Posted April 30, 2019

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AWWI seeks a highly motivated Program Coordinator to support AWWI’s work to minimize risk from wind energy to wildlife, in close collaboration with partnering companies and organizations. The position will primarily support AWWI’s Director of Programs & Operations, Executive Director, and Outreach Manager with a variety of operational, development, and outreach/communications projects. This is an unparalleled opportunity to work in the dynamic intersection of clean energy and wildlife conservation. This new position will play a key role in supporting AWWI’s small but energetic and product-drive team and will provide a unique opportunity to learn about non-profit administration, development, and outreach, and engage with a diversity of stakeholders in the renewable energy and conservation/science communities.