The Executive Assistant provides advanced, diversified, administrative support to the Senior Vice President of the Energy Program, who is an Executive Team member and staff lead of the Energy Committee of the Board. The Executive Assistant anticipates the Senior Vice President's needs and proactively solves problems and/or independently handles issues.
- Manage the Senior Vice President's extensive meeting schedule and maintain SVP's calendar in Outlook, keeping track of deadlines and important events and reconciling conflicts. Book conference rooms and video conferencing services as required.
- Determine priorities and time sensitive issues on a daily basis for the SVP.
- Coordinate the SVP's activities, negotiating and managing the needs of individuals or groups requesting time with or information from the SVP; committing the SVP's time based on an in-depth understanding of SVP's priorities and needs and SVP's role in the organization's framework.
- Serve as the SVP's liaison to various internal and external constituencies, including screening correspondence and telephone calls; keep the executive informed of all matters requiring his/her attention.
- Assist the SVP in preparing for meetings and appointments with Board Members, staff and external constituents, securing information and supporting materials from other departments, as necessary, providing hard copies one day prior to meetings.
- Manage all travel booking (air, hotel, and ground transportation) and resolve all logistical travel issues prior to and during trip.
- Organize and attend weekly team meetings; coordinate and communicate logistics for staff; prepare draft of agenda for the SVP's review, distribute agenda and supporting materials to attendees in timely manner. Prepare and track a list of key takeaways and action items from each meeting. Take notes and prepare clear and accurate minutes.
- Coordinate regular (weekly or bi-weekly meetings) with all direct reports and other key EDF staff members. Ensure regular meetings are maintained and consistent.
- Coordinate information flow and documents with internal and external parties.
- Maintain and update the SVP's contacts.
- Track all expenses and prepare monthly expense reports on time.
- Maximize Senior Vice President's time by collecting and analyzing information and reading, drafting, researching, and routing correspondence and making follow-up phone calls as needed.
- Assist in execution of events and team retreats.
10% or less of travel is expected for this position.
- Bachelor's Degree preferred.
- At least 4 years of working for senior-level executive.
- Creativity, energy, and the ability to multi-task and get work done under pressure.
- Excellent communication skills via written, spoken and graphical means.
- Well-organized and adept at managing a busy senior-level executive's schedule to maximize their effectiveness.
- Significant work experience in coordinating events and managing and executing projects that meet deadlines.
- Excellent judgment and discretion and demonstrated ability to handle sensitive issues and maintain confidentiality.
- Works independently and manages and prioritizes highly detailed tasks and initiates and manages multiple competing priorities.
- Proficiency in the use of PCs and Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.).
- Fluency in another language a plus.
Reporting to the Director, Major Gifts in the New York office, the Coordinator will be responsible for supporting the Director's efforts to cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of EDF's leadership and principal donors. The Coordinator will be expected to employ the highest standards of a donor-centered approach to fundraising playing a key role in the solicitation and stewardship of EDF's top donors. This position is a growth opportunity for someone interested in the Development profession and offers the opportunity to work with EDF's senior fundraisers. The Principal Gifts Coordinator will be part of an aggressive and growing Development team. EDF is committed to the success and growth of fundraising and provides a stellar opportunity to learn the trade from top fundraisers.
- Work closely with Director, Major Gifts and major gifts team to engage top donors; develop deep familiarity with the portfolios and work plans to assist and learn from the officers
- Compose, edit, and proofread talking points for donor meetings, briefings, proposals, stewardship reports and other communications; coordinating with the Donor Communications team, ensuring that donor documents meet the highest standards of writing and that the content reflects EDF's priorities.
- Assist in the timely and accurate preparation of donor and prospect visits.
- Produce individualized acknowledgements and other correspondence for donors, ensuring their accuracy and consistency with EDF's style and messaging.
- Analyze and develop various fundraising reports tracking goals, giving and fundraising activities.
- Conduct initial research on donors and prospects and create a portfolio of information for strategy and planning process.
- Participate in donor strategy sessions.
- Respond to donor and staff inquires and other special projects, as assigned.
- Actively manage and oversee calendar and administrative needs as necessary.
- Bachelor's degree required.
- A minimum of three years of relevant experience preferably in a fundraising, nonprofit or academic setting is preferred.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to compose, edit, and expertly proofread correspondence and other documents.
- Strong strategic and analytical skills and the ability to convey complex ideas in writing, with a level of clarity and sophistication expected by our highly integral donors and prospects.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to maintain tact, diplomacy, and confidentiality while representing the organization and interfacing with all levels of staff at the national and affiliate offices, as well as with volunteers, donors, and outside vendors.
- High ability to actively listen to colleagues, senior development management and donors to deftly navigate and manage relationships.
- Demonstrated initiative and creativity; the ability to work independently as well as within a team.
- Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet research. Experience working with Salesforce, fundraising or relational databases strongly preferred.
- Desire to learn major gifts fundraising.
- Commitment to the mission of Environmental Defense Fund.
EDF has long been a champion of market-based solutions to environmental issues, including emission trading programs to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and other air pollutants. We helped design the sulfur dioxide cap-and-trade program in Title IV of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments; were instrumental in passing and implementing California's emission trading system under its AB32 law; and played a lead role in the effort to pass comprehensive climate legislation in the U.S. Congress in 2009-2010. EDF's Global Climate team is at the center of this policy analysis and development, incorporating economic, scientific, and legal expertise to secure policy change at the state, federal, and international level to curb climate pollution.
EDF's Global Climate team seeks a Senior Analyst to provide critical research and analysis in support of our U.S. focused efforts to advance market-based policy solutions to address climate change. As a key player on a growing team, the Senior Analyst will inform our advocacy as we work to strengthen and expand carbon pricing regimes at the state level, and begin to lay the foundation for ambitious carbon pricing policy at the federal level. The Senior Analyst will also engage in efforts to defend against Trump Administration regulatory rollbacks and Congressional attacks on climate progress. The Senior Analyst will conduct and synthesize research and analysis through presentations and in written policy briefs and other communications materials. He/she will report to the Director of U.S. Climate Policy & Analysis and work in close collaboration with a range of EDF's climate, economic, and political experts.
Term: This is a 1 year term position. Upon conclusion of the term, the term may be renewed based on funding and programmatic need.
- Conduct research and economic analysis related to U.S. climate and energy policy - with a particular focus on federal carbon pricing policy, but also regulatory policy, and state/regional programs.
- Design and analyze an array of existing and potential policy scenarios.
- Evaluate and quantify environmental and economic market trends as well as the impacts of a range of policy options.
- Develop and apply analytical tools, spreadsheets, and models, including the compilation and analysis of energy and economic data.
- Review and synthesize academic literature and analysis as well as policy proposals on carbon pricing program design - both carbon taxes and cap-and-trade.
- Evaluate and present results through clear and compelling oral presentations.
- Write and prepare technical reports, policy briefs, and communications materials.
- Respond to "rapid-response" queries relating to U.S. climate policy and/or economics from press/media, government, external partners, and internal sources.
We are seeking candidates who have a demonstrated ability to conduct rigorous research and accurate technical economic analysis in the area of environmental and/or energy policy, preferably related to the use of market-based solutions. Candidates must have exceptional problem solving skills, be extremely detail-oriented and able to ensure consistency and quality of research products; and have advanced Excel and other MS Office applications skills. You should also have:
- Experience working on environmental policy, particularly climate change and energy, and ideally the use of market-based solutions to address environmental problems.
- Familiarity with energy and economic analytical tools as well as major data sources of energy, environmental, and economic information (e.g. EPA GHG Inventory, EIA Annual Energy Outlook, etc).
- Familiarity with design and performance of carbon pricing and other market-based policies at the state, regional, and federal level, as well as federal regulatory approaches under the Clean Air Act.
- Advanced Excel skills; proficiency with statistical analytical tools a plus.
- Ability to effectively synthesize and communicate technical and policy findings in a clear and concise manner to colleagues internally and to external non-technical audiences.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Ability to prioritize and execute tasks in a fast-paced environment with changing needs and critical deadlines.
- Ability to take initiative and work independently with broad strategic guidance, as well as in support of and in collaboration with multidisciplinary teams.
- Advanced degree in economics, environmental and/or energy policy, or a closely related field with at least 2-3 years of relevant professional experience or a Bachelor's degree with at least 4 years of relevant professional experience.
- Support Major Gifts, Foundations, Planned Giving and Membership for donor cultivation, stewardship and engagement events including (but not limited to) national teleconference calls, program briefings, trustee- and donor-hosted events, board meetings and others, as directed by the Director, Events Management
- Manage pre- and on-site logistical and other arrangements for donor events and functions under the supervision of the Director, Events Management.
- Working with the Events Associate, coordinate invitation lists with portfolio managers.
- Maintain department records of individual events to include attendees, copy of invitations and invited guests, agenda, staff wrap up notes and follow-up action.
- Collaborate with Development and Program staff to identify opportunities for events that will advance the organizational fundraising and program agendas.
- Coordinate the follow-up with Development event attendees, ensuring that portfolio managers have the proper follow-up tools so that all prospects receive the appropriate treatment.
The successful candidate will:
Be a creative thinker with proven ability to work independently to simultaneously produce and manage multiple events from conception to completion
Be a self-starter, detail oriented and well organized
Have excellent communication skills and the ability to successfully interact with donors, board members, guest speakers and staff at all levels of the organization
Be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, C-Vent, Common Ground (or similar event or contact management software)
Be flexible to for extended work hours, weekends and travel, which will be at times be required
Have a minimum of 4 years' event-planning experience and/or a Bachelor's Degree. CMP or other meeting and events certification is a plus.
Do you feel the environment is under assault today, and do you have the talent and drive to do something about it? Are you passionate about working with underserved communities on clean energy, human health and pollution? We’re offering an amazing storytelling opportunity at the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).
EDF seeks a Senior Writer/Editor to cover cutting-edge environmental issues in the field of Energy reporting to EDF’s two million members and supporters. Working with leading scientists, policy analysts and communications colleagues, you will also generate articles on topics such as climate change, oceans, ecosystems and human health. We are looking for an individual who has a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world. If you pride yourself on your ability to translate jargon into clear, valuable information, this is work that you’ll find endlessly satisfying and mentally stimulating. Reporting to the Editorial Director, the Senior Writer/Editor will work out of either EDF’s national headquarters in New York City, or in satellite EDF offices in Washington, D.C. or Austin, TX.
- Pitch, research and write in-depth stories on environmental subjects in the areas of climate change, energy, oceans ecosystems and human health.
- Focus particularly on EDF’s oil and gas and renewable energy programs, bringing to life our cutting edge work to make energy production as equitable, safe and clean as possible.
- Keep abreast of new developments and potential stories by maintaining close relationships with oil and gas communications and program staff.
- Story research and fact checking on a variety of publications.
- Assist in all phases of project production with an emphasis on EDF’s flagship quarterly magazine Solutions and the annual report.
- Organize information and write a clear, concise, interesting and grammatically correct story, while meeting deadlines.
- Serve as liaison between editors and program staff.
- Work with Membership colleagues to develop ways to better engage EDF’s one million + members and supporters.
- Work with EDF photo editor and designers to develop compelling visual imagery.
- Occasional maintenance of team spreadsheets and other light administrative duties.
- Bachelor’s degree required; major in English, communications or journalism preferred
- Corporate experience a plus.
- Minimum three years of full time online or print writing experience (editing experience a plus)
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
- Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing
- Demonstrated experience in planning, researching and creating stories & spreads designed to influence
- Ability to juggle multiple projects and manage multiple deadlines is a must.
- Ability to work under pressure in a collegial environment
- Superb organizational skills, including an ability to work on multiple stories at a time
- Ability to identify and create stories and visual assets that are both on brand and resonate with EDF’s members and supporters in every state
- Excellent research skills
Please upload a cover letter and 3 writing samples, with, if possible at least one sample that includes a graphic you helped create using the upload functions when you apply. If you are unable to upload them, please email to Michael Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Support implementation of marketing communications plans and report out on results
Draft media pitches, reporter backgrounders, press releases, letters to the editor, etc
Maintain campaign trackers and timelines for major upcoming projects
Manage and update all oil and gas media lists
Pitch stories to reporters and develop media relationships at industry trade publications
Prepare media tip sheets for program experts in advance of interviews
Conduct periodic media audits for emerging topics of interest to business audiences
Expand reach of our industry communications work through media and event research
Keep informed of new coverage and thought leadership opportunities affiliated with top-tier media outlets
Track relevant communications activities of the companies working on methane
Identify and maintain a list of issue validators that can speak to the business community
Coordinate various kinds of audience research, with guidance from project managers
Identify all opportunities for reaching target audiences with existing content
Identify ways to update existing content for new distribution or audiences
Help curate a library of human interest stories from across the oil and gas program
Support corporate partnerships-related oil and gas communications work by scheduling team meetings, tracking action items, and sending notes and/or follow-up emails
Take on special projects as needed
- Bachelor's degree in Public Relations, Marketing, Journalism, or Communications, or equivalent work experience
Comfortable with both creative and analytical approaches to work
Excellent attention to detail and strong organization skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills, including writing media pitches to expand the reach of our work
Ability to plan, prioritize, and organize a varied workload, while adjusting to periodic changes to account for new opportunities
Excels in work both as an independent contributor and as a collaborator who is part of a team in a fast-paced, dynamic, and entrepreneurial environment
Proactive self-starter with a strong ability to anticipate logistical needs, quickly resolve issues or conflicts, and to think ahead to meet the needs of staff for successful results
Strong research skills
Ability to oversee, coordinate, and execute projects with a high level of accuracy
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, Power Point) and Adobe software programs
Interest in the non-profit sector, environmental issues, and media communications preferred
Multilingual skills is a plus
The Senior Business Analyst will be responsible for acting as a liaison between the business users and technologists. This individual will need to have a good understanding of both business and technology processes to be able to explain the business needs to the technology teams. Similarly, the candidate would be able to understand and present back technological concepts to the EDF users. The candidate should be able to develop trust quickly by demonstrating sincere interest in the business and to empathetically relate to the business pains expressed. Should be able to see and understand multivariable cause and effect scenarios within the business and identify key root causes. Be able to lead brainstorming discussions for business problem resolution and able to communicate complicated business/technical solutions.
Responsibilities will also include maintaining documentation and process flows in line with Business Analysis best practices. The role will also involve the coordination of testing across multiple user groups and development teams to ensure the solution provided matches the business needs.
- Ability to drive the requirements gathering process, determine needs and clearly articulate as simple use cases and acceptance criteria for features & enhancements
Participate in design sessions to ensure requirements are addressed in the order of priority. Ensure adherence to the business objectives learned from the requirements sessions.
Excellent verbal and written skills - to both internal and external clients
Proficient at writing requirements document, use cases, user stories and delivering presentations
Ability to translate between business process and Technology
Attention to detail and meeting deadlines
Ability to work under pressure
Ability to prioritize and manage own time based on the business needs
Ability to multi-task
Ability to work in a team environment
Ability to work with both business users and technology teams in other locations remotely
Awareness and correct assessment of risk and exposure issues
Knowledgeable of Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, Project, Visio, PowerPoint
Requirements Planning and Project Management
Requirements Analysis and Documentation
Solution Assessment and Validation
- Bachelor's Degree in computer science, accounting or related
5+ years of Business Analysis experience
Awareness of Agile software development and deployment processes
Ability to grasp new concepts and technologies quickly in a fast-paced environment
The urge to be part of a team of highly skilled people, all with strong opinions about various technologies, frameworks, and approaches to delivery
Working knowledge of Jira, Slack, Aha!, Pivotal Tracker configurations is a strong plus
EDF seeks a Legal Fellow, based in our Boulder, Colorado office, to help develop solutions for tackling pressing climate and clean air issues, with a focus on cutting methane emissions from the oil and gas industry. The Legal Fellow will be deeply engaged in litigation and administrative proceedings related to landmark climate and public health standards applicable to the oil and natural gas sector.
The term for the Legal Fellow position is one year, starting in summer 2018.
Legal fellows perform a wide range of research, writing, and presentation tasks for federal court litigation, national and state regulatory proceedings, and policy development. Responsibilities include:
- Research and analysis of legal issues and preparation of reports of findings.
- Drafting of motions, briefs, and other court documents.
- Preparation of comments on actions proposed by national and state agencies.
- Coordination with internal and external scientific, economic, and legal experts.
- Establishing and maintaining strong working relationships with internal and external allies, including stakeholders in communities directly affected by air pollution and climate change.
- Participation in short- and long-term legal strategy discussions and decisions.
We seek recent law school graduates interested in working on cutting-edge regional, national, and international climate and air quality issues. Other qualifications include:
- Licensed to practice law or actively seeking admission to a state bar.
- Commitment to environmental protection and justice and understanding of administrative law.
- Excellent legal research, analytical, writing and advocacy skills.
- Results-oriented self-starter with the ability to think strategically and take initiative.
- Ability to work both independently and as a leader or member of teams in a dynamic, creative, and fast-paced environment with colleagues and partners of diverse background and experience. Able to prioritize and be flexible.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
The work includes intensive legal research on cutting‐edge energy, environmental, constitutional and administrative law questions; cutting edge litigation in federal district court and the U.S. Court of Appeals; and the development of comments and expert submissions to advocate for and support the development of effective clean energy standards.
The Legal Fellow will focus on reseach, writing, and presentation of legal and policy documents for federal court litigation, administrative litigation, national and state regulatory proceedings, and various policy venues. The Legal Fellow will engage deeply in legal and regulatory efforts around the Federal Power Act, electric grid operations and management, wholesale electricity markets, and state air, climate, and energy laws and policies.
We seek recent law school graduates and recent law clerks interested in working on cutting edge regional, national, and international climate and energy issues. Other qualifications include:
- Licensed to practice law or actively seeking admission to Bar, with background in environmental, energy, and administrative law.
- Fimiliarity with the Federal Power Act, FERC, and/or ISOs and RTOs.
- Interest and experience in federal litigation centered on state air, climate, and energy laws and policies and federal energy laws and regulations.
- Fimiliarity with Constitional law, with particular emphasis upon the dormant Commerce Clause and Supremacy Clause.
- Ability to collect, analyze, and interpret legal data and prepare reports of findings.
- Excellent legal research, analytical, writing and advocacy skills.
- Establishes and maintains strong working relationships with internal and external allies.
- Results‐oriented, self‐starter with the ability to think strategically and work on fast‐paced, dynamic issues.
- Ability to work both independently and as a leader or member of teams in a dynamic and creative environment with colleagues and partners of varied background and experience.
- Ability to multi-task, prioritize and meet deadlines.
- Able to prioritize and be flexible.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Computer proficiency, experience with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
Full-time (35 hours/week)
Brief Department Overview
EDF’s Finance Department seeks to achieve excellence in financial oversight and controls by providing accurate and timely financial information to EDF’s management, programs, and other department areas by adhering to established financial practices and accounting principles.
As a member of the Finance Department, the Financial Analyst will provide technical and decision support to the organization’s department operations that may include Administration, Information Technology, Human Resources, Finance, Legal & Compliance, and Global Operations, as well as program operations and grants management. S/he will assist in refining the annual budget submission process and in developing more effective reporting of the budget and actuals throughout the fiscal year. The Financial Analyst will be tasked to organize data, build spreadsheets and financial reports, review contracts and grants, perform financial analysis and projections, reconcile variances, and resolve any issues. S/he will pursue continuous improvement in reporting and processes used to monitor budgets, and present complex financial data for decision-making to both financial and non-financial audiences. This position reports to the Senior Finance Manager and will work closely with other Program and Department Financial Analysts, colleagues in Finance, and Senior Management.
- Work with a portfolio of Departments to produce timely month-end reports of actual vs. budget results, ensuring accuracy and completeness; investigate, analyze and explain variances from budget for income and expense line items, and advise managers and finance staff on trends, opportunities for improvement, and issues of concern.
- Organize data and create clear and accurate presentations, including spreadsheets, graphics, and insightful summary material.
- Assist in the preparation of grant financial reports for funders; identify variances and issues in grant-level budget management, and advise program managers and project staff on solutions.
- Work with program management, program staff, finance staff and development staff to assist in the development of department annual budget submissions.
- Serve as the department’s primary financial contact within the organization to insure coordination of financial management efforts and timely resolution of issues.
- Approve department invoices, ensure the proper coding of expense items, and review other organizational and department-specific financial and operational processes.
- Assist in educating staff on budgetary, operational, and financial policies and processes. Participate in departmental meetings and trainings.
- Perform ad-hoc financial analytics that will provide decision-making support on strategic initiatives.
- Work on special projects as assigned by Senior Finance Manager, Controller, and CFO.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, or Accounting
- Minimum 4-7 years of progressive experience in a Finance and Accounting department within a non-profit organization with a B.A., or advanced degree with at least 2 years’ experience. International non-profit experience is a plus.
- Demonstrated familiarity of GAAP; thorough understanding of non-profit accounting principles and grants management. Government grant reporting experience is required.
- Proven knowledge of budgeting, forecasting, and reporting: the ability to perform complex financial analysis and to create insight from a large-scale general ledger.
- Detail-oriented: the ability to spot trends and ensure accuracy.
- Experienced in MS Office Suite, with expertise in Excel: the ability to develop formulas, charts and spreadsheets that clearly present data to facilitate decision-making by management.
- Excellent communication, interpersonal, and diplomatic skills: the ability to effectively liaise with colleagues in a diverse environment.
- Solid organizational and problem-solving skills: the ability to be flexible under pressure with changing priorities, and perform well in a fast-paced team environment.
- Self-motivated: the ability to work productively and independently.
- Experience with forecasting, budgeting and reporting software packages is required.
EDF Climate Corps (www.edfclimatecorps.org) is Environmental Defense Fund’s innovative summer fellowship program that embeds trained graduate students in companies, cities and universities to accelerate and advance climate solutions. Since the program’s launch in 2008, EDF Climate Corps fellows have uncovered over $1.5 billion dollars in energy savings for participating organizations. Now with a network of over 1,500 professionals, EDF Climate Corps seeks to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon energy system by inspiring and empowering leaders.
The Program Specialist plays a key role in the success of new initiatives that enable professionals to expand their knowledge on energy and sustainability issues and obtain the skills needed to contribute to climate solutions. Working closely with the Manager, EDF Climate Corps, the Program Specialist will develop and implement new EDF Climate Corps online trainings and professional development offerings, as well as participate in key fellowship processes and directly engage with organizations by managing a portfolio of host organization relationships.
- Manage the development and execution of a publicly available online energy efficiency training program including, but not limited to the following activities:
- Evaluate the results of the fall 2017 pilot and incorporate recommendations into future course offerings;
- Create a strategy and project plan for future courses with input from key stakeholders;
- For new courses, identify learning objectives and outcomes for participants;
- Design RFPs and oversee consultant contracts for curriculum and course development;
- Using online learning software, make changes or edits to courses as necessary to ensure learning objectives;
- Coordinate with Marcomm or external consultants as necessary on design;
- Coordinate with key departments at EDF on deploying courses on the learning platform;
- Leverage key external partnerships to contribute to the growth of the training initiative;
- Develop an outreach strategy to engage new and diverse audiences and grow the learning community;
- Track, analyze and monitor progress and results.
- Develop a robust set of professional development online and in-person offerings for EDF Climate Corps alumni, including but not limited to the following activities:
- Research topic areas that would be relevant and helpful to developing the careers of EDF Climate Corps alumni and others in the EDF Climate Corps network;
- Develop a series of professional development offerings, connecting with partners on development of the offerings or overseeing consultants to develop training materials;
- Coordinate with EDF Climate Corps team and other key stakeholders on deploying the offerings;
- Track, analyze and monitor satisfaction and results, making changes as necessary.
- Oversee about 15 key relationships with companies and public sector organizations, develop scope of work for EDF Climate Corps engagements, oversee summer fellowships and ensure successful completion of fellowship deliverables;
- Deepen relationships with hosts companies throughout the year through effective relationship management.
- Participate in key fellowship processes including host recruiting, fellow recruiting, implementation check-ins, surveys and after-action reviews.
Qualifications Required qualifications for this position include:
- Strong project management skills including demonstrated ability to use independent judgement to plan, prioritize and organize multiple projects;
- A strong attention to detail;
- Knowledge of building energy efficiency and corporate environmental sustainability;
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to communicate complex topics to broad audiences in a way that promotes learning and understanding;
- An ability to work both independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced, dynamic, and entrepreneurial environment with colleagues and partners of varied backgrounds and experience both in person and virtually;
- Willingness to travel (10% of the time);
Desired qualifications include:
- 3 or more years of professional experience and a bachelor’s degree, or an advanced degree with 1 year or more of professional experience;
- Experience with teaching, training, or course development;
- A utility player who can be flexible with changing job responsibilities, adjust or pivot as necessary to challenges, and is willing learn new skills if necessary;and
- Experience working with Articulate Storyline or other online course development software.
This position will be located in Boston, MA, Washington, DC, or New York, NY