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  • Position: Policy Analyst
  • Team: Electric Vehicle Policy
  • Location: Washington, DC

About The Electrification Coalition 

The Electrification Coalition (EC) is a national, nonpartisan not-for-profit organization committed to promoting policies and actions that facilitate the accelerated deployment of electric vehicles (EVs) on a mass scale. For more than 10 years, the EC and its sister organization, Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE), have sought to reduce our nation’s dependence on oil – which is currently responsible for powering 92 percent of our transportation system.   

The last two years have been an exciting time for the EC, as we have created and contributed to some of the most innovative public-private partnerships in transportation electrification, including our work on behalf of the American Cities Climate Challenge, the award-winning Climate Mayors EV Purchasing Collaborative, the Smart City Challenge and numerous other initiatives. The EC also leads and supports a broad suite of policies and initiatives at the federal, state, and local levels that are contributing to the accelerated electrification of the transportation and mobility sector. 

The Opportunity 

The Policy Analyst is a contributing researcher and writer for the EC’s policy team. This position is responsible for research, analysis, and writing across a variety of policy projects, reports, presentations, and memos. Issues of focus include electrification of the transportation system, fleet electrification efforts, municipal engagement, energy economics, and new or innovative transportation technologies with a focus on electric and autonomous vehicles. The Policy Analyst also contributes to the EC’s external communications and supports other departments as necessary.

Key Responsibilities 

  • Research and analysis: Conduct research; produce and edit EC publications (and/or sections thereof) on a variety of topics; collect and analyze data to observe and interpret trends in, for example, transportation electrification, smart mobility, fleets, and others.

  • Policy development: Contribute to the development of EC policy recommendations designed to strengthen the case for electrification of the transportation system and other topics consistent with the organization’s mission.  

  • Contribute to the EC’s internet presence: Contribute to the development of presentations and other materials designed to increase the EC’s public profile. Provide analysis and guidance to EC staff on policy issues and assist with the creation of blog articles and other content. 

  • Support other departments: Provide policy support, progress reports, and proactive updates to the SAFE/EC policy team, in addition to leadership, plus the EC’s development and communications departments as required. 

  • Organization representation: Attend external events as a representative of the EC and its policy team, raising awareness of the EC’s work, and build relationships with relevant parties.

Professional Skills and Qualifications 


  • Education in or professional knowledge of domestic energy policy, transportation, or technology policy.

  • Education in or professional knowledge of economics or statistics.

  • Professional experience (2-3 years) involving research, analysis, and writing on policy issues in energy, transportation, or domestic economics. A master’s degree may count toward the required experience. 

  • Experience writing and publishing articles aimed at a policy audience. 

  • Experience working with policymakers, including government officials, military officers, and business leaders. 


  • Exceptional writing skills. 

  • Strong mathematical and analytical skills. Experience with data visualization skills preferred.

  • Demonstrated research skills incorporating a variety of sources and databases, with preference for experience using energy, emissions, and transportation data. 

  • High computer proficiency, including but not limited to a good command of the Microsoft Office Suite (including a skilled knowledge of Excel). Familiarity with Adobe design products, or statistical packages. 

  • A proven ability to work both as a member of a team on collaborative projects and as an independent writer and researcher. 

  • A clear interest in the mission of the EC.

  • The ability to produce consistent, quality work in a fast-paced environment.

  • An adaptable and flexible nature to changing priorities with ability to meet challenging deadlines. 

  • Strong organizational and time management skills, with exceptional attention to detail. 

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Location: Washington, DC
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