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ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is a global society advancing human well-being through sustainable technology for the built environment. The Society and its more than 57,000 members worldwide focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and sustainability. Through research, standards writing, publishing, certification and continuing education, ASHRAE shapes tomorrow's built environment today.


Open Positions

Manager of Codes (Accepting applications until Monday, 3/30/20)

Marketing Coordinator – Communications

Manager, State and Local Government Affairs


Manager of Codes

(Accepting applications until Monday, 3/30/20)

Are you looking to get involved in the development of building codes and standards for HVAC&R?  Do you enjoy working with volunteers?  Are you outgoing and diplomatic? ASHRAE seeks a Manager of Codes with a Bachelor’s Degree in engineering or similar technical degree with at least 3 to 5 years’ experience.  Responsibilities include editing technical documents, overseeing draft standards through the development process, coordinating code activities, and managing project committees. Individuals with experience or knowledge in the development of consensus-based standards and codes are desired.  Effective communication skills, good judgment and diplomacy are essential as this position interacts with outside committees and organizations.  This position requires domestic travel approximately five to six times per year.  A Bachelor’s Degree in engineering or similar technical degree is required.

In return for your skills, ASHRAE provides a flexible work schedule, competitive salaries, and fantastic company paid benefits including paid holidays, sick time, & vacation. We offer employee dental, vision, life, and disability insurance paid at 100% and employee medical is paid at 90%.  We have an outstanding 401k plan with a generous match, along with an employee assistance program, & tuition reimbursement. Our non-smoking office has free parking and is conveniently located inside the perimeter at I85 & N. Druid Hills Road with a move planned to Technology Park in October.

We invite you to check out our website at wbdp88.com to learn more about us.  Let ASHRAE be the right place to share your skills and enhance your résumé.  Please send your résumé along with your salary requirements to Attn: Manager of Codes at hr@wbdp88.com  No calls please. EOE

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Marketing Coordinator – Communications

ASHRAE, an international nonprofit engineering society, seeks a marketing coordinator to provide day-to-day support for the content needs of the ASHRAE communications section. The main responsibilities of this position are for the ASHRAE website (wbdp88.com) and the Society’s app, ASHRAE 365. The coordinator will be responsible for daily updates to wbdp88.com including seeking and where needed creating/curating relevant content for ASHRAE’s domestic and  global audiences. The coordinator will ensure wbdp88.com is up-to-date and that its content follows best practices. In addition, the coordinator will be responsible for select marketing promotions as well as assist with pertinent inquiries from staff, ASHRAE members and the interested public.  Other areas of support may include, but are not limited to, content for social media channels and marketing emails.  The coordinator may also assist with creating and sending marketing emails through ASHRAE’s email service provider and support other communications and marketing initiatives as assigned. This position is responsible for creating and maintaining effective and positive front-facing experiences for members and nonmembers visiting wbdp88.com and ASHRAE 365.  

Three years’ experience designing and/or supporting web sites in any setting is required. Enthusiasm,  sense of urgency, strong work ethic, ability to multitask, and capacity to take initiative while also being an effective team member are necessary traits to excel in this position. College degree is required.

In return for your skills, you will receive great work hours, a competitive salary, and fantastic company paid benefits including paid holidays, sick time and vacation. We offer employee dental, vision, life, and disability insurance paid at 100% and employee medical is paid at 90%. We have an outstanding 401k plan with a generous match, along with an employee assistance program, tuition reimbursement and fun workplace staff activities. Our non-smoking office is currently located at I-85 and N. Druid Hills with a move scheduled in October 2020 to Peachtree Corners. We invite you to learn more about us at wbdp88.com.

Let ASHRAE be the right place to share your skills and enhance your résumé. Please send your résumé along with salary requirements to Attn: Marketing Coordinator - Communications  at hr@wbdp88.com .  No phone calls please.  ASHRAE is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Manager, State and Local Government Affairs

(This position is located in Washington, DC and reports to the Director of Government Affairs)
中文中幕无码亚洲视频The ASHRAE Manager of State and Local Government Affairs will track, monitor, and report on state and local legislative, regulatory, and policy issues affecting ASHRAE’s constituents. This individual will be responsible for preparing summaries and analysis of these issues for ASHRAE members and other audiences, drafting statements and other supporting information that could be used for education and advocacy purposes (e.g., letters, testimony, fact sheets, talking points, presentations). In addition, this position will be responsible for coordinating with ASHRAE volunteer members and assisting members in promoting the adoption of ASHRAE standards in their respective communities and encouraging the advancement of public policies in alignment with official ASHRAE policy priorities.

  1. Research, track, and monitor the activities of state and local legislative and regulatory bodies concerning their impact on ASHRAE members and the Society’s interest, as well as those of pertinent non-government organizations (e.g., ICC, NASEO), and prepare regular updates for members and staff.
  2. Maintain knowledge of industry issues involving state and local adoption of relevant codes and standards.
  3. Manage ASHRAE’s participation in relevant stakeholder coalitions which leverage ASHRAE’s public policy missions at the state and local levels of government. When appropriate, establish and lead such coalitions to address specific gaps in ASHRAE’s public policy coverage.
  4. Serve as staff liaison for assigned subcommittees of ASHRAE’s Government Affairs Committee (GAC), which entails administrative, communications, and advisory duties, including, but not limited to the activities listed below.  In carrying out these responsibilities, some travel will be required.
    • Managing Government Outreach Day events at the state and local levels, and preparing, training, and supporting members to carry out these events.
    • Composing meeting agendas, as well as minutes of subcommittee meetings for committee member review, correction, and approval.
    • Assisting subcommittee leadership in developing reports and achieving assigned objectives.
    • Advising subcommittee members on strategic grassroots government matters, as appropriate.
    • Managing subcommittee records, including, but not limited to, financial and accounting documents; and committee proceedings and other materials specific to the committee.
    • Managing the Government Activities Award program.
    • Disseminating inquiries about GAC to the appropriate RVC, chapter, chair, or the Society-level GAC, as appropriate.
  5. Provide support for the operations of the Government Affairs Office, including, but not limited to:
    • Establishing and maintaining open and transparent lines of communication with ASHRAE headquarters staff in all program areas.
    • Assisting in the organization of regional, chapter, and section meetings and training sessions, when appropriate.
  6. Perform other duties as requested, required, and appropriate.

Education and Job Related Experience

A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university is required. The best candidates will have the following:

  • Excellent writing and communication skills.
  • A well-grounded understanding of public policy and political processes.
  • Professional experience in working with professional societies, associations or other volunteer organizations, and working with volunteer members in these organizations.
  • Experience in working with state and local governments.
  • Deep understanding  of the standards development process, and state and local building codes.
  • A familiarity with technology-related concepts and with public policy issues of interest to ASHRAE.
  • A proven record of accomplishment in communicating complex information in understandable terms to non-policy experts.

中文中幕无码亚洲视频In return for your skills, ASHRAE provides a flexible work schedule, competitive salaries, and fantastic company paid benefits including paid holidays, sick time, & vacation. We offer employee dental, vision, life, and disability insurance paid at 100% and employee medical is paid at 90%.  We have an outstanding 401k plan with a generous match, along with an employee assistance program, & tuition reimbursement. Our non-smoking office is located in Washington, DC with access to two metro lines. 

We invite you to check out our website at wbdp88.com to learn more about us.  Let ASHRAE be the right place to share your skills and enhance your résumé.  Please send a cover letter and your résumé, along with your salary requirements to Attn: State and Local Mgr. at hr@wbdp88.com  No calls please. ASHRAE is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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