Community Engagement and Investment Manager

  • Full Time
  • USA



Personal Qualities


We’re 20,000 colleagues in more than 30 countries delivering oil, gas, wind and solar power to 170 million people worldwide. Taking on tough energy challenges is our job. Right now, we’re facing an enormous task: supplying the world with the energy it needs, while lowering emissions.

We’re up for the challenge. Are you?

The position

By joining our team in Renewables you will have the opportunity to:

  • Help manage implementation of Equinor’s direct investments in key project regions, ensuring Equinor leverages funding opportunities and proactively promotes our project’s economic development contribution and engagement in disadvantaged communities.
  • Support the community and stakeholder engagement team and help coordinate across the project including workstreams within permitting, engineering, commercial, legal and corporate services departments.
  • Assist with key regional community outreach and aid in the development and execution of local engagement and communication plans
  • Ensure Equinor work supports the principles of Environmental Justice and creates opportunities for disadvantaged communities, while aligning with project and corporate strategies
  • Assist with the development and execution of fund strategies and grant agreements, disbursement parameters and schedules, selection criteria, reporting follow-up and agreement compliance tracking, through the regional collaborative operating model
  • Help implement new collaborations and partnerships within communities where our projects reach.


Some qualities are essential for Equinor. You identify with our values, open, collaborative, courageous and caring, which guide our decisions and help us succeed and grow. You make safety your priority and contribute to our zero-harm culture. For this position, we are also looking for:

  • 5 – 7 years of work experience in government, environmental advocacy, policy, energy, marine operations, urban planning, or government/public affairs.
  • Knowledge in the Brooklyn community and its socioeconomic and political landscape.
  • Knowledge of best practices in community and stakeholder engagement including planning and facilitating interviews, focus groups, briefings, meetings, and community workshops.
  • Solid understanding of the broader energy landscape.
  • Willingness to travel regionally and frequent attendance at local events outside normal working hours. Multilingual written and oral skills (especially Spanish, Chinese or Arabic) is a plus.
  • Looking for a motivated person who can help drive change and see opportunities with stakeholder engagement in the region.
  • Self-organized and able to complete own administrative tasks, works efficiently and can help support team on key priorities.
  • Salary range $88,708.00 – $133,062.00 

General information

Candidates are expected to openly offer all relevant information about themselves during the recruitment process. All permanent and temporary hires will be screened against relevant sanctions lists to ensure compliance with sanctions law.

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