Explore Bioeconomy Careers with the Interactive Bioenergy Career Map Published by the U.S. Department of Energy
(U.S. Department of Energy) Are you looking to understand how you fit within the changing bioenergy landscape or how to jumpstart your career in bioeconomy? Check out the Bioenergy Career Map—an interactive, educational tool that explores the growing network of bioenergy occupations, illustrates potential career pathways, and identifies the education and training necessary required for each career. The career map profiles over 60 positions and over 100 tracks of advancement among careers that span across five subsectors of the bioenergy industry (infrastructure; agriculture, life, and physical sciences; engineering and manufacturing; education, communications, and outreach; and operations, management, and business).
While the Bioenergy Career Map profiles many bioenergy careers, there may be occupations that are not included in this map, but are important to the success of the bioenergy industry.
The information presented within each occupational profile (i.e. position description, education, training, and other qualifications) was synthesized from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s Handbook of Occupational Groups & Families. READ MORE
Related to the Career Map, a Bioenergy Career Exploration Wheel. This interactive tool explores the growing network of bioenergy occupations, illustrates potential career pathways, and identifies the education and training necessary for each career. This map is intended to be an educational tool and does not endorse any particular career, university, or private business. This map is not a listing tool for job opportunities at the U.S. Department of Energy or any other Federal government agency.
The “Career Exploration Wheel” graphically depicts how academic concentrations relate to bioenergy industry sub-sectors. The career map can be used by people of all stages or levels of academic and professional progression. Mouse over the wheel to explore how your academic background corresponds to bioenergy industry related careers in Communication, Education, & Outreach; Engineering & Manufacturing; Agriculture, Life, & Physical Sciences; Operations, Management, & Business; and Infrastructure. Clicking on one of the five options will forward you to the Bioenergy Career Map, highlighting the career opportunities available within your chosen discipline. READ MORE