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 CCCE team, please contact :

Manager of Human Resources

Current open positions:

Please note: Some JDs and applications may temporarily show our previous agency name Monterey Bay Community Power.

The Rates and Forecasting Analyst (RFA) works under general
direction of the Manager of Finance & Rates. The RFA will support CCCE’s
Finance team by building and maintaining financial modeling for forecasting
CCCE’s revenue requirements and cost of service analysis (COSA) and developing
and analyzing long-term retail load forecasts and reporting requirements. 

The Key Accounts Specialist works under direction of the Manager of Energy Account Services and is responsible for building and nurturing lasting relationships with CCCE’s key customer accounts. The Key Accounts Specialist must possess the ability to position themselves as a dedicated resource, supporting a wide range of account related issues, including customer service, customer retention and business development. This position will work with Central Coast Community Energy’s (MBCP) key commercial, industrial, and agricultural accounts in both Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties to ensure customer satisfaction and retention as well as understand key account customer needs related to CCCE’s energy programs. The Key Accounts Specialist shall maintain positive relationships with all CCCE customers and assist with relevant enrollment activities, event outreach and presentations as may be necessary from time to time. This position will be located in San Luis Obispo.

The Power Supply Analyst works under the general direction of the Director of Power Supply Resources to support the goal of supplying clean and renewable power to the community. This position will be responsible for leading MBCP’s integrated resource planning activities, supporting managers on the Power Supply team with load forecasting, contract administration, compliance filings, and settlements. This position will also assist in procurement and risk management activities for renewable energy, resource adequacy, and related products and services. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to market monitoring, and contract negotiations. The ideal candidate will be strong analytical thinker who thrives in a fast-paced, dynamic, and diverse work environment.

This is an intermediate to advanced level position with salary based on experience.

Director of Regulatory & Legislative Affairs

The Director of Regulatory and Legislative Affairs works under the general direction of the Chief Operating Officer/General Counsel overseeing regulatory and legislative matters for Central Coast Community Energy (CCCE) and its programs and services. This position works closely with regulatory agencies, CalCCA, other community choice aggregators (CCAs) and stakeholders, local and state representatives, board members, lobbyists, and legal counsels on key regulatory and legislative matters.

The Regulatory and Legislative Analyst works under the direction of the Director of Regulatory and Legislative Affairs, in representing CCCE in various regulatory and legislative activities. The Analyst works independently to perform assignments under the general direction of the Director of Regulatory and Legislative Affairs. The Analyst evaluates proposed regulatory policies and legislation to assess the impact on CCCE, and assists in analyzing and developing positions on issues. The Analyst may be assigned to represent CCCE before regulatory agencies, perform outreach to legislators, participate on behalf of CCCE in California Community Choice Association (CalCCA) working groups and committees. Regulatory bodies will generally include the California Public Utilities Commission, the California Independent System Operator, and California Energy Commission, but may include other agencies, such as the California Air Resources Board or the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.