Join the dedicated and talented team at EnergyLab

Is one of your goals for 2024 and beyond to do something more impactful with your skills and experience? Are you looking for a rewarding position in a tight-knit team? Do you want to put your superpowers towards having a positive impact on climate change?

EnergyLab is Australia's largest climate tech and energy startup accelerator and innovation network dedicated to reaching net zero emissions. We connect talented founders to the mentors, advisors, partners, peers and investors they need to succeed and have so far supported over 180 startups and 130 aspiring founders through a range of programs. 

We hope you will consider applying for one of the roles currently available at EnergyLab.

Program Lead, Investment Ready Startups

Program Lead, early stage programs

Program Lead, Investment Ready Startups

About the Role

The Program Lead, Investment Ready Startups will be responsible for developing, launching and delivering a new program focused on helping Queensland based startups become investment ready. Taking charge of this new and exciting program, the Program Lead, Investment Ready Startups will continue to build on EnergyLab's reputation of delivering amazing programs by finding the best startups in Queensland to participate in the program, creating strong working relationships with the program partners and ensuring the program exceeds all expectations.

Please note the successful candidate for this role needs to be based in Queensland


Key Responsibilities

Find and recruit amazing Queensland based startups to participate in the Queensland Climate Tech Investment Ready Program

Run a high-quality program 

Ensure startup participants are receiving the support they need to succeed

Ensure program partners and other stakeholders are achieving their goals for the program

Utilise the EnergyLab mentor network

Help with other key EnergyLab Activities as required


About You

You may have prior experience in one or more of the following - startup support, project management, startup investment, communications, the energy industry, decarbonisation or sustainability. With priority on startup investment 

You may be a professional with a minimum of 3-5 years of experience looking for an organisation where you can have a more positive impact on the world. 

You are great at building and cultivating relationships in person, over email, on the phone or via zoom,  it doesn't matter to you, as you can build rapport and create positive relationships no matter the situation. 

You love being organised and can get things smoothly and efficiently back on track if something unexpected pops up. 

You enjoy looking to finding ways to improve your role and what's around you including seeking out feedback on what you have delivered - positive, negative or constructive and using it to improve your approach for next time. 

You love being part of a team, will be the first to offer to help another team member and enjoy sharing in others success. 

You are digitally savvy when it comes to working with the latest business tools - Gsuite, Slack, Zoom, Calendly, Mailchimp and whatever comes next. 


Benefits of Working at EnergyLab

Get to work with the best startups from around the globe focused on climate technology and renewable energy. 

Be part of a small but mighty team. We are passionate about our mission and work together to make it happen.

Flexible working options available. The EnergyLab team is distributed and has had remote working options from the very beginning. We have the right tech to support you including Google, Slack and Zoom. 

Work directly with the CEO on program development, partner relationships and strategy. 

Develop an extensive network of relationships with startups, investors, leaders and companies in the energy sector in ANZ.


Key details

Reporting to: EnergyLab's CEO & Director, Megan Fisher

Location: Must be based in Queensland. A mix of working from a Brisbane office and working remotely will best suit the requirements of the role. Ability to travel (mostly interstate) when required.

Position: 2 Year Contract. Full time.


How to apply

To apply for the role fill in the application form.  Keep things succinct where possible, preference is for a 1-2 page cover letter and 2-4 page CV in PDF form. In the cover letter tell us why you're interested in the role and why you will be amazing at it.

Applications close at the latest 18 February 2024. However please apply as soon as possible.We will make an offer as soon as we find the right candidate.

Email [email protected], using the subject line: [Your Name] Program Lead, Investment Ready Program if you would like the full copy of the position description; to check if we're still accepting applications or have a question about the role.

Status

Applications Open

Originally Posted: 22 December 2023; Last Updated 12 Feb 2024.

Program Lead, early stage programs

About the Role

The Program Lead, early stage programs at EnergyLab will be responsible for leading and delivering two early-stage programs; Climate Tech Ignite (ideation program) and Climate Tech Charge (pre-accelerator program) that both launched in 2023.

Climate Tech Ignite is a 8-week program supporting aspiring and early-stage founders to generate, test and launch their startup idea. The program runs twice annually, with one cohort supporting individuals eager to explore a startup idea (Climate Tech Ignite) and the other focused specifically on supporting researchers working on decarbonisation technologies (Climate Tech Ignite for Researchers).

Climate Tech Charge is an ‘always-on’ program supporting startups to build traction, connect with investors and acquire seed funding. Founders join the program for a 12-month period to access weekly workshops, mentorship and opportunities to pitch to the EnergyLab angel group.

Taking charge of these programs, the Program Lead will continue to build on EnergyLab's reputation of delivering amazing programs by finding leading startups and founders to participate, creating strong working relationships with the program partners and the startups, and ensuring the program exceeds all expectations.

This role needs to be based in NSW.


Key Responsibilities

Find and recruit amazing startups to participate in the Ignite and Charge programs

Run a high-quality program 

Ensure startup participants are receiving the support they need to succeed

Ensure program partners and other stakeholders are achieving their goals for the program

Utilise the EnergyLab mentor network

Help with other key EnergyLab Activities as required


About You

You may have prior experience in one or more of the following - startup support, project management, communications, the energy industry, decarbonisation or sustainability  

You may be a professional with a minimum of 3-5 years of experience looking for an organisation where you can have a more positive impact on the world. 

You are great at building and cultivating relationships in person, over email, on the phone or via zoom,  it doesn't matter to you, as you can build rapport and create positive relationships no matter the situation. 

You love being organised and can get things smoothly and efficiently back on track if something unexpected pops up. 

You enjoy looking to finding ways to improve your role and what's around you including seeking out feedback on what you have delivered - positive, negative or constructive and using it to improve your approach for next time. 

You love being part of a team, will be the first to offer to help another team member and enjoy sharing in others success. 

You are digitally savvy when it comes to working with the latest business tools - Gsuite, Slack, Zoom, Calendly, Mailchimp and whatever comes next. 


Benefits of Working at EnergyLab

Get to work with the best startups from around the globe focused on climate technology and renewable energy. 

Be part of a small but mighty team. We are passionate about our mission and work together to make it happen.

Flexible working options available. The EnergyLab team is distributed and has had remote working options from the very beginning. We have the right tech to support you including Google, Slack and Zoom. 

Work directly with the CEO on program development, partner relationships and strategy. 

Develop an extensive network of relationships with startups, investors, leaders and companies in the energy sector in ANZ.


Key details

Reporting to: EnergyLab's CEO & Director, Megan Fisher

Location: Both In EnergyLab's Sydney headquarters and working remotely as suits the  requirement of the role. The successful candidate must be able to travel into EnergyLab’s Sydney HQ in Chippendale as and when required. 

Position: Full time.


How to apply

To apply for the role fill in the application form. The form includes submitting a PDF version of your cover letter and CV. In the cover letter tell us why you're interested in the role and why you will be amazing at it. Keep things succinct with a 1-2 page cover letter and 2-4 page CV where possible.

Please apply as soon as possible. Applications close 26 January 24 and we will make an offer as soon as we find the right candidate.

Email [email protected], using the subject line: [Your Name] Program Lead, early stage programs if you would like the full copy of the position description; to check if we're still accepting applications or have a question about the role.

Status

Applications Closed

Originally Posted: 22 December 2023; Last Updated 30 Jan 2024.