The Authority’s Infrastructure Division initiates and delivers the Authority’s infrastructure project pipeline, from initial feasibility and business case development to financing, implementation and delivery. This includes the New Jersey Wind Port, a first-of-its-kind major greenfield infrastructure project located in Salem County, Southern New Jersey, which the Authority is developing on behalf of the State.  

As part of a rapidly growing team and reporting to the Manager – Infrastructure, the Project Officer will support the ongoing operationalization of the New Jersey Wind Port and attainment of the project’s commercial objectives, as well as the assessment and delivery of other strategic infrastructure projects across the state. This role will also help to evaluate and execute project financing strategies through to financial close.  

As part of a rapidly growing team, the Senior Project Officer role presents an unrivalled opportunity to work on one of the nation’s most significant and impactful projects, with potential to support multiple other projects across a range of sectors and regions within the state.  

$85,680 – $107,100

Note: The NJEDA currently offers a hybrid work schedule for up to 2 days of telecommute work from home. To participate, you will be required to have high speed home internet access and a managers approval. This program does not supersede the “New Jersey First Act”, which requires newly hired NJEDA employees to establish and then maintain, principal residence in the State of New Jersey.

About New Jersey Economic Development Authority


The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) grows the state’s economy and increases equitable access to opportunity by supporting high-quality job creation, catalyzing investment, and fostering vibrant, inclusive community development.  NJEDA works in partnership with a diverse range of stakeholders to implement programs and initiatives that improve quality of life, enhance economic vitality, and strengthen New Jersey’s long-term economic competitiveness.


To make New Jersey a national model for sustainable and equitable economic growth by investing in communities, fostering innovation, and supporting industries with high quality-jobs in the State.