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SEI: Building Leaders for a Resilient World

Nonprofit
101-250
San Rafael, CA, USA

Company Description

SEI is an environmental nonprofit that builds leaders to drive sustainability solutions. For over 20 years, SEI has partnered with schools, communities, and businesses to develop a sustainability leadership pathway from elementary school to early career. Our flagship programs educate and empower students and emerging professionals to create thriving, resilient communities.

Jobs (13)

Grants and Development Manager

Full time role
San Rafael, CA, USA
Sep 26, 2022
About Us We are an environmental nonprofit building leaders to drive sustainability solutions. For over 20 years, Strategic Energy Innovations (SEI) has partnered with schools, communities, and businesses to develop a sustainability leadership pathway from elementary school to early career. Our flagship programs educate and empower students and emerging professionals to create thriving, resilient communities. We are looking for a Grants and Development Manager to lead our development efforts and align them with SEI’s growth strategy. This important role will be responsible for providing critical resources and helping inform the strategic direction for our mission-driven agency. Who you are You demonstrate leadership, collaboration, and superb communication skills, and you know how to identify and support business development cycles from start to finish to raise critical funds. You are eager to work in an environmental nonprofit focused on environmental leadership, and are committed to equity and environmental justice. What you'll offer Bachelor’s degree and 5+ years’ experience preferred in grant/ proposal writing, lead generation, and partner/ business development. State and federal level grant experience or familiarity with large-scale, multi-year projects is preferred, particularly in developing logic models, work plans, and detailed governance structures. Strategy and project management experience. Proven track record of managing multiple initiatives and programs successfully, with the ability to prioritize and de-prioritize in a dynamic environment. ​​Experience and agility with networking, partnership development/relationship building, public speaking, and group presentations. Clear, direct, and succinct writer. Writing skills that support transforming a programmatic vision into a concise and compelling narrative. Genuine interest in and enthusiasm for the organization’s mission and values What we'll offer Greater work-life balance and better personal wellbeing. Work is conducted in your home office or an offsite location 3 days per week and our San Rafael office 2 days per week Starting salary of $78,000/annual Generous paid time off and 14 paid holidays per year Annual professional development opportunities SEI paid medical insurance, 100% of premiums covered by employer Dental, vision, and chiropractic reimbursement 403(b) Retirement Plan, with employer match after one year The ability to do what you do best; the opportunity to do work you are naturally gifted at and trained to do; annual professional development opportunities An equitable and inclusive workplace committed to concrete, substantial change, beyond platitudes SEI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity. We encourage all interested individuals to apply — especially Black, Indigenous, and people of color; women; people from low-income backgrounds; people with disabilities; people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender or anyone belonging to any other federal or state protected category. We believe that a wide array of perspectives contributes to creative climate solutions where all communities thrive.

EV Adoption Fellow

Paid fellowship
San Francisco, CA, USA
Sep 23, 2022
Location : PG&E EV Team, San Francisco, California Pay : $3750/month Additional Pay : $1000 bonus upon program completion Benefits : Health care coverage, assistance with student loan deferments, professional development, industry networking, end-of-program certificate of completion. POSITION OVERVIEW This EV Adoption Fellow position is supported through an innovative partnership between PG&E and Strategic Energy Innovations. Aimed at addressing the myriad of energy and environmental sustainability initiatives, this Fellowship model presents a distinct opportunity to shape energy efficiencies and sustainability practices across sectors and institutional roles. At the core of this program is developing the next generation of thinkers and doers to help address sustainability in higher education settings. Roles in sustainability require a distinctive combination of aptitudes including project management, data analytics, and community development. In addition to the Climate Corps training and professional certificate, this position offers professional development opportunities designed to help provide the range of skills necessary to execute sustainable programs or practices. The candidate will work on pressing climate and sustainability problems and be relied upon to work toward replicable solutions. A customized mix of on-the-job training, fieldwork, and class time will help the Fellow hone marketable skills and draw important professional connections while making a marked difference in their community. ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES Projects may include, but are not limited to: Develop pilot to support transportation electrification of medium- and heavy-duty fleet customers. Conduct outreach with MHD customers to better understand pain points and barriers to transportation electrification Work with CET team, internal teams, 3P vendors, and regulators to finalize Help draft Tier 3 Advice Letter to propose to the CPUC Market Research and Pilot Development – Low Carbon Fuel Standard Conduct market research to understand the current transportation electrification needs of residential and non-residential customers Interview and collaborate with external and internal stakeholders to identify and prioritize pilot ideas Support development of pilots into regulatory proposals Support regulatory approval process for the pilots Dealership Outreach and pilot campaign – leveraging the statewide CFR’s dealership network, the fellow would work to better understand how to connect with dealerships to increase EV program education for sales teams. The fellow would also establish partnerships with used EV dealerships to gain insights into this market. Conduct outreach to dealerships (including used EV dealerships) in Empower EV cities and sign-up dealers to participate in the training program Design a curriculum to train dealership staff Track attribution of EV sales due to PG&E efforts Scope out how to scale to other cities in PG&E territory QUALIFICATIONS Availability for the full-time, 10-month Fellowship program, beginning in September 2021 Climate Corps Fellows must have completed a 4-year degree by the time the program cycle starts in September 2021. A connection to the placement location. This is an equal opportunity position and we prefer to place a candidate who already lives in the region being served. Experience in and the drive to address racism and create race equity with the team members and programmatically. Related experience in fields related to climate action and strategic planning, energy efficiency, renewable energy, water conservation, and data analysis. Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation to be available on-site. Ability to work remotely if required. Ability to work independently and carry out assignments, make independent judgments and/or decisions, and discern when action at a higher level is required. Must be able to effectively manage multiple projects and maintain an organized and well-communicated workflow. Has a deep passion for sustainability, especially climate resilience, with the practical skills and abilities to affect change in complex systems. HOW TO APPLY To become a Fellow, please submit an online application and resume here: https://www.climatecorps.org/fellow.html Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until placements are filled. We encourage submitting applications as soon as possible. Upon review, qualifying applicants will be contacted for an initial screening interview.

Marketing and Communications Fellow

Paid fellowship
Remote
Aug 26, 2022
POSITION OVERVIEW Location : Capitol Corridor, Oakland, California Pay : $3600/month Additional Pay : $1000 bonus upon program completion Benefits : Health care coverage, assistance with student loan deferments, professional development, industry networking, end-of-program certificate of completion. As a vital transit service in the Northern California megaregion, Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) plays an important role in sustainable travel. With an integrated network of train and bus services, the footprint of the Capitol Corridor extends as far south as Santa Barbara up to Humboldt, Reno, and South Lake Tahoe. The Capitol Corridor Marketing and Communications Fellow will have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects that support the development and assessment of integrated marketing, communications, and customer experiences strategies. ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY The Capitol Corridor Marketing and Communications Fellow will work alongside Capitol Corridor marketing and communications team, as wells as cross-functional transportation service, planning, mechanical, and administrative management staff. Responsibilities may include the following: Update and maintain Capitol Corridor’s social Media presence, including daily monitoring, posting, managing content calendar, and providing input on content Provide graphic design support through the creation of digital and print marketing materials Develop content for news articles, blogs and newsletters featuring destination content, service updates, promotional offers, etc. Update and maintain digital media library Facilitate in-person and online customer engagement activities (events, online webinars, contests, etc.) Provide partnership activation support through the execution of digital and print promotional materials and activities Update organization website using Wordpress with current events, relevant news, etc., in addition to reviewing website for errors, broken links, etc. Conduct market research and provide data analysis and reporting to assess campaigns, programs, and strategies Past project fellows have worked on the following projects: Updating Capitol Corridor’s Green Travel page Revamp and enhance the Transit Transfer Program Research and implementation of an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system Redesign and transition of evergreen and sustainable station signage Develop and execute Earth Day campaigns Research and implementation of Zoho Desk, Creator and Analytics The fellow in this position will have the opportunity to hone their marketing, communications, design, and marketing analytics skills. Additionally, the Capitol Corridor Marketing Fellow will learn expand their knowledge in the transportation sector and an intercity passenger rail system that contributes to the region's trip and carbon reduction goals. This position will be a combination located on-site in the CCJPA office in Oakland with the potential for remote work, as well as some travel to Capitol Corridor stations, while complying with public health orders. CLIMATE CORPS QUALIFICATIONS Availability for the full-time, 10-month Fellowship program, beginning in September 2021 Climate Corps Fellows must have completed a 4-year degree by the time the program cycle starts in September 2021. A connection to the placement location. This is an equal opportunity position and we prefer to place a candidate who already lives in the region being served. Experience in and the drive to address racism and create race equity with the team members and programmatically. HOW TO APPLY To become a Fellow, please submit an online application and resume here: https://www.climatecorps.org/fellow.html Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until placements are filled. We encourage submitting applications as soon as possible. Upon review, qualifying applicants will be contacted for an initial screening interview. ABOUT US Climate Corps Climate Corps, a program of SEI, is an award-winning fellowship program that provides professional development opportunities for emerging leaders through implementation of sustainability and resiliency projects with local governments, nonprofits, and for-profit businesses. To see a full list of climate, energy, and sustainability positions posted by Climate Corps, please visit here: https://fm.seiinc.org/climatecorps/jobs/. We are constantly adding positions, so make sure to frequently check this site to see if there are new opportunities available. SEI requires employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. SEI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity. We believe that a wide array of perspectives contributes to creative climate solutions where all communities thrive. We strive to reflect diverse communities, especially those most impacted by climate change and other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustices. Persons of color, persons with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply. A commitment to work and learn within an anti-oppression framework is required. https://www.seiinc.org/dei.html

Equity and Climate Fellow

Paid fellowship
Oakland, CA, USA
Aug 26, 2022
POSITION OVERVIEW & DESCRIPTION Location : Rising Sun Center for Opportunity, Oakland, CA Pay : $2636/month Additional Pay : $10000 bonus upon program completion Benefits :  Health care coverage (w/ dental & vision), Education Award, assistance with student loan deferments,child care allowance, CalFresh, professional development budget ($100), industry networking, industry networking. Term : September 2022 - July 2023 1700 hours; 40 hours/week Fellows will work on the Climate Careers program and gain exposure to our adult program during their 11-months of service in a variety of capacities. Fellows will work on program design and implementation, will interact with, and provide support to our temporary summer teams, as well as our youth and adult participants. During certain portions of the Fellowship there will be a heavy emphasis on outreach and recruitment. Fellows will operate out of our Oakland headquarters, however, there is extensive travel required as our service territory includes the following counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Joaquin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma. Fellows will report directly to Rising Sun’s Marketing and Community Engagement Manager. RESPONSIBILITIES Program design and implementation Lead generation and solicitation of potential residential customers through a variety of marketing and outreach strategies such as tabling, canvassing, presentations, etc. Develop and nurture strategic relationships with county, city, and community partners Work closely with and support program staff Provide support and mentorship to temporary staff and program participants Analyze data and complete reports DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Demonstrated ability to lead and implement an outreach plan and campaign Ability to work some evenings and weekends Experience developing and managing external partnerships Experience supporting/supervising staff Excellent written and verbal communication skills Excellent computer skills: word processing, spreadsheet, software, database management Key qualities: problem-solver, adaptable, accountable, self-starter, team player; thrives in a fast-paced environment Data Analysis, Data spreadsheet cleaning, data manipulation REQUIREMENTS Own a car with valid driver’s license and insurance Ability to work some evenings and weekends Ability to lift 15 pounds, and to walk up to one mile at a time FELLOWSHIP EXPERIENCE AT RISING SUN CENTER FOR OPPORTUNITY We are mission-driven and work hard because we care deeply about what we do. We like working with each other and we like to make work fun. We like to try new things and encourage each other to find unique and unconventional ways to tackle tough problems. We celebrate every birthday, eat a lot of desserts together, and recycle the same birthday candles until they’re gone. There’s usually at least one dog hanging around the office, and sometimes a staff member’s kid or two as well. We want people to grow. We like to promote from within and build each other up, but we also like to bring in new ideas and different perspectives. We’re looking forward to meeting you and hearing about how you can contribute to making Rising Sun a great place to work. Rising Sun Center for Opportunity is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER committed to providing a non-discriminatory and inclusive environment for its employees. EOE/AA/Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply. We are committed to diversity and consider all applicants for all positions without regard to color, ethnic background, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, and disability status. Rising Sun is a pet-friendly and family-forward organization that promotes a healthy work-life balance for all staff. Receive hands-on outreach experience Be part of a supportive work environment Develop communications skills CLIMATE CORPS AMERICORPS QUALIFICATIONS AmeriCorps fellows must: Be U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents Have a high school diploma/GED Be 17 years old or older Pass state criminal and FBI background checks, and a national check in the Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Registry Test negatively for tuberculosis if working with minors Be vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to weekly testing Live in the state of California ABOUT US Climate Corps AmeriCorps AmeriCorps is a national service commitment that meets a community’s critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment. Climate Corps AmeriCorps partners with local government, educational institutions, and nonprofit organizations to provide full-time service opportunities in the Bay Area, Southern California, and the Central Valley to support communities’ critical needs for building climate resilience. Climate Corps AmeriCorps Fellows dedicate 1,700 hours of service in exchange for leadership and career development, and a living stipend supported by an AmeriCorps grant. Climate Corps AmeriCorps is an exciting opportunity for service-minded individuals who are passionate about building climate resilience for communities. For more information, please visit www.americorps.gov or www.climatecorps.org. SEI requires employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. SEI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity. We believe that a wide array of perspectives contributes to creative climate solutions where all communities thrive. We strive to reflect diverse communities, especially those most impacted by climate change and other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustices. Persons of color, persons with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply. A commitment to work and learn within an anti-oppression framework is required. https://www.seiinc.org/dei.html BACR employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit weekly COVID-19 test results. BACR covers the cost of testing and associated travel expenses. Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Statement Bay Area Community Resources, the administrator of Climate Corps AmeriCorps, is an equal opportunity employer. We cultivate an environment that encourages fairness, teamwork, and respect among all employees and National Service members. We are firmly committed to maintaining an atmosphere in which people of diverse backgrounds and lifestyles may grow personally and professionally. Therefore, we enthusiastically accept our responsibility to make employment decisions without regard to race, religion or religious creed, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, marital status, medical condition, disability, military service, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local laws or ordinances. Our management is dedicated to ensuring the fulfillment of this equal opportunity policy with respect to hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, termination, recruitment advertising, pay, and other forms of compensation, training, and general treatment during employment. ABOUT RISING SUN CENTER FOR OPPORTUNITY Rising Sun Center for Opportunity is a premier nonprofit organization working at the intersection of economic equity and climate resilience in the greater California Bay Area since 1994. Rising Sun focuses on economic opportunity by operating two impactful programs: Climate Careers and Opportunity Build. Rising Sun is looking for enthusiastic, passionate, and committed Climate Corps AmeriCorps fellows to help support our Climate Careers program and gain exposure to our Opportunity Build program. Our earn and learn youth program, Climate Careers, works with low-income participants, ages 15- 24 throughout the summer, providing no-cost Green House Calls to local residences. Green House Calls consist of an energy and water assessment and the installation of energy and water saving devices. This innovative program, through the combining of residential energy efficiency services and youth employment and development, provides career exposure and pathways to success. Our adult program, Opportunity Build, provides job training, case management, and job placement services to low-income adults experiencing serious barriers to employment. Opportunity Build offers two training modules: Core, which is a certified Apprenticeship Readiness Program for individuals who want to enter the union building trades and pursue a construction career, and Solar, for those seeking to enter the solar industry as solar PV installers. The purpose of Opportunity Build is to provide individuals with a pathway out of poverty and into stable careers that offer family-sustaining wages and long-term opportunities. HOW TO APPLY To become a Fellow, please submit an online application and resume here: https://www.climatecorps.org/fellow.html Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until placements are filled. We encourage submitting applications as soon as possible. Upon review, qualifying applicants will be contacted for an initial screening interview.

Sustainability Data Analyst Fellowship

Paid fellowship
Durham, NC, USA
Aug 26, 2022
OVERVIEW & DESCRIPTION Location : City of Durham Sustainability and Energy Management, Durham, North Carolina Pay : $3050/month Term (approximate) : October 2022 - July 2023 Additional Pay : $1500 bonus upon program completion Benefits : Health care coverage, a ssistance with student loan deferments, professional development, industry networking, end-of-program certificate of completion The City of Durham is committed to doing its part to address the global climate crisis by decarbonizing City facilities and operations and creating innovation carbon reduction strategies in our community. In 2021, Durham was one of the first cities to commit to ambitious carbon neutrality and renewable energy goals through the Carbon Neutrality and Renewable Energy Action Plan (CNRE). The City’s CNRE Action Plan has four main strategies: Maximize energy efficiency in City buildings and operations Expand renewable energy generation and procurement Transition away from fossil fuels in City fleet and buildings Establish innovative carbon reduction strategies and community partnerships The SEI Climate Corps Fellow will play a key role in creating the systems and processes needed to make data-driven decisions to power this positive change. This role will be responsible for gathering, cleaning, and analyzing vast amounts of City energy data and then creating compelling reports and data visualizations to guide decision-making by identifying anticipated benefits, consequences and impacts of alternative system options. In other words, when we are asked to report progress towards our Carbon Neutrality goals, the Data Analyst will help us provide real answers and point us to opportunities to advance these goals even further. RESPONSIBILITIES Data collection from various software tools and sub-metering data analysis for end-use accounting, energy, and water cost analysis Assist in the design and implementation of policies, plans, and procedures for continuous monitoring of energy and water performance Report the energy/water performance/savings from energy conservation measures for new and existing facilities Maintain energy benchmarking database for a portfolio of buildings Deliver insights through data tables, charts, graphs, reports, and presentations Responsible for evaluating the value and impact of various on-site renewable energy assets such as PV solar arrays, battery storage, micro-grids, and efficiency Analyze the business case for a transition to electric vehicles using a total cost of ownership model Quantify and communicate high-level performance indicators, such as total greenhouse gas emissions, renewable energy generation, fleet fossil fuel use, building energy use, and cost savings Complete City of Durham greenhouse gas inventory using ICLEI POSITION QUALIFICATIONS Data analysis using Excel, Python, or R Data visualization Business and financial modeling Business case development Excellent written and oral communication skills Outstanding interpersonal skills CLIMATE CORPS QUALIFICATIONS Availability for the full-time, 10-month Fellowship program, beginning in October 2022 Climate Corps Fellows must have completed a 4-year degree by the time the fellowship starts. A connection to the placement location. This is an equal opportunity position and we prefer to place a candidate who already lives in the region being served. Experience in and the drive to address racism and create race equity with the team members and programmatically. ABOUT US City of Durham Sustainability and Energy Management (SEM) works to expand the City’s use of renewable energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and improve the City’s resilience to the effects of climate change. SEM will lead implementation of the City’s Carbon Neutrality and Renewable Energy Action Plan unanimously approved by City Council in late 2021. Climate Corps Climate Corps, a program of SEI, is an award-winning fellowship program that provides professional development opportunities for emerging leaders through implementation of sustainability and resiliency projects with local governments, nonprofits, and for-profit businesses. To see a full list of climate, energy, and sustainability positions posted by Climate Corps, please visit here: https://fm.seiinc.org/climatecorps/jobs/. We are constantly adding positions, so make sure to frequently check this site to see if there are new opportunities available. SEI requires employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. SEI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity. We believe that a wide array of perspectives contributes to creative climate solutions where all communities thrive. We strive to reflect diverse communities, especially those most impacted by climate change and other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustices. Persons of color, persons with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply. A commitment to work and learn within an anti-oppression framework is required. https://www.seiinc.org/dei.html

Zero Waste Analyst - Fellowship

Paid fellowship
San Francisco, CA, USA
Aug 4, 2022
POSITION OVERVIEW Projects may include, but are not limited to: Waste Auditing (60%) Perform waste audits using a trash grabber, auditing tool, and mobile device Conduct walkthroughs across UCSF Health sites (West Bay) Identify and distinguish recyclables, compostable, and landfill findings Looks out for, reports, and takes appropriate action regarding hazardous materials in the waste stream Education and Outreach (25%) Communicate and offer feedback to staff regarding waste audits Facilitate on hands and remote educational trainings Delivers signage to appropriate staff, makes recommendations to increase diversion efforts Plan and host monthly e-waste events Project Development (15%) Assess current status of organization and develop pilot programs to drive behavioral change Write sustainability stories or content for the website DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's degree preferred Related experience in fields related to sustainability, zero waste, recycling Willingness to have flexible hours, including evening audits when needed ( Max 8 hours/ day ; 40 hours/ week ) Ability to work independently and carry out assignments, make independent judgments and/or decisions, and discern when action at a higher level is required. Must be able to effectively manage multiple projects and maintain an organized and well communicated work flow. Proficiency with Microsoft suite UCSF Health requirements: Fully vaccinated against covid-19 Adhere to UCSF protocols and daily health screening Comply with universal surgical mask policy Fingerprinting and TB test required after hire. Working onsite protocols: https://coronavirus.ucsf.edu/campus-protocols/working-onsite Physical Requirements and Work Environment Work is performed in an office and hospital setting. Auditing location may be at the Mission Bay, Parnassus, or Mount Zion hospital (or a combination of all three). Candidate may also be asked to conduct on site work at UCSF Benioff in Oakland. Work involves walking 3-4 hours a day with occasional squatting and bending over. Auditor must walk to each control point with either mobile device / iPad trash grabber to perform audit (training and equipment will be provided) CLIMATE CORPS QUALIFICATIONS Availability for the full-time, 10-month Fellowship program, beginning in September 2021 Climate Corps Fellows must have completed a 4-year degree by the time the program cycle starts in September 2021. A connection to the placement location. This is an equal opportunity position and we prefer to place a candidate who already lives in the region being served. Experience in and the drive to address racism and create race equity with the team members and programmatically. ABOUT US Climate Corps Climate Corps, a program of SEI , is an award-winning fellowship program that provides professional development opportunities for emerging leaders through implementation of sustainability and resiliency projects with local governments, nonprofits, and for-profit businesses. To see a full list of climate, energy, and sustainability positions posted by Climate Corps, please visit here: https://fm.seiinc.org/climatecorps/jobs/ . We are constantly adding positions, so make sure to frequently check this site to see if there are new opportunities available. SEI requires employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. SEI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity. We believe that a wide array of perspectives contributes to creative climate solutions where all communities thrive. We strive to reflect diverse communities, especially those most impacted by climate change and other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustices. Persons of color, persons with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply. A commitment to work and learn within an anti-oppression framework is required. https://www.seiinc.org/dei.html

Sustainability Fellow

Paid fellowship
Bakersfield, CA, USA
Aug 4, 2022
IMPACT The Energize Colleges program is seeking a full-time Climate Corps fellow to support Energize Colleges at Bakersfield College. Energize Colleges is an award-winning program that helps build highly qualified energy and sustainability workforce and achieve long-term energy savings. SEI partners with colleges and universities across California to support students’ sustainability career growth, enhance and/or create energy-related academic programs, and provide training in energy concepts to campus stakeholders and emerging professionals. Learn more about the program by visiting energizecolleges.org. The Sustainability Fellow is supported through an innovative partnership between the Forefront Power and SEI. In addition to the Climate Corps training, this position offers exposure to a wide range of professional development activities, networks, and career paths. Energize Colleges Climate Corps Fellows have opportunities to address energy, climate, and resource efficiency goals on college campuses. The Energize Colleges Fellowship is a full-time position based at the Kern Community College District in Bakersfield, California. Established in 1913, Bakersfield College is one of the nation's oldest continually-operating community colleges. The college serves 33,000 students annually on the 153-acre main campus in northeast Bakersfield, at the Delano Campus 35 miles north of Bakersfield, the Weill Institute in downtown Bakersfield, and BC SouthWest in southwest Bakersfield. Bakersfield College provides opportunities for students from diverse economic, cultural, and educational backgrounds to attain Associate and Baccalaureate degrees and certificates, workplace skills, and preparation for transfer. POSITION OVERVIEW The Fellowship position will be a fulltime, 40 hours per week professional position supporting goals assigned by SEI, Bakersfield’s Department of Facilities & Operations, and additional requirements that may be related to the funding provided by Forefront Power. The Fellow at Bakersfield College will support a scope of work through the Fellow-led project(s) with the Campus under the direction of the Facilities & Operations Department. ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY Facilitate and lead campus involvement efforts such as informational meetings, open houses, and workshops Build out energy systems program by identifying building baselines and benchmarks for energy, waste, water, and greenhouse gas use employing available benchmarking tools Assist in the development of the microgrid and microgrid and CRD projects Review new building Title 24 energy models and develop a system to compare actual energy use to modeled energy use that will ensure the building is performing up to its energy efficient design; perform energy audit of specified energy performance using energy model and/or building management system (BMS) Create inventories of major energy-using equipment in each building. Identify age and condition and opportunities to retrofit with more energy efficient options, as part of FCA (Facility Condition Assessment) Create a building occupant education and outreach program to meet LEED standards and to ensure new building energy and sustainability features are well understood and well utilized by occupants Assist in the development of mini-demonstration projects/living labs for the microgrid and carbon capture and sequestration projects. Support faculty and staff in developing curriculum and community education focused on energy challenges and emerging technologies. Support faculty and staff training focused on the basic principles of building systems function, operations, and maintenance and the use of the campus as a living lab. Training covers topics, with an emphasis on energy efficiency, such as energy efficiency principles, energy efficiency fundamentals, utility bill analysis, and ongoing building maintenance program Contribute to marketing efforts in support of the Department of Facilities & Operations Act as a liaison to facilitate relationships between private clients and local/state/federal agencies Manage relationships and coordinate with federal agencies and private companies like the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Valley Strong Energy Institute, Energy & Ag Academy, and more Assist with preparing proposals, grants, or private funding opportunities Work with participating staff/faculty members and SEI staff to keep the program website updated with best practices and resources Assist with conferences, meetings, and webinars organized by the California Renewable Energy Laboratory at the Kern Community College District Identify energy consumption, analyze data and make recommendations to District/College Leadership regarding consumption and general energy conservation measures, perform on-site audits, manage and maintain all utility consumption data, and ensure accurate savings measurements. Other relevant duties as assigned based on program initiatives DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS An educational background in a sustainability-related field (volunteer and internship experience will also be considered). While this is preferred, all candidates with experience in fulfilling responsibilities similar to the ones listed below are welcome to apply; Community outreach and communications experience; Proactive and timely about meeting goals and deadlines; Strong communication skills (written and verbal) capable to engage diverse audiences (community outreach experience is desirable); Knowledge of energy auditing techniques, tools, and procedures Knowledge of using web based and other platforms to conduct data analysis Skill in multitasking and prioritizing Skill in use of Microsoft Office Suite Skill in written and graphical communication Aptitude for developing and managing new, trusted relationships with a range of individuals and organizations; Strong organizational and project management skills; A commitment to anti-racism and willingness to work within racial equity frameworks; A connection to the area. This is an equal opportunity position and we prefer to place a candidate who already lives in the region being served. CLIMATE CORPS QUALIFICATIONS Availability for the full-time, 10-month Fellowship program, beginning in September 2021 Climate Corps Fellows must have completed a 4-year degree by the time the program cycle starts in September 2021. A connection to the placement location. This is an equal opportunity position and we prefer to place a candidate who already lives in the region being served. Experience in and the drive to address racism and create race equity with the team members and programmatically. ABOUT US Climate Corps Climate Corps, a program of SEI, is an award-winning fellowship program that provides professional development opportunities for emerging leaders through implementation of sustainability and resiliency projects with local governments, nonprofits, and for-profit businesses. To see a full list of climate, energy, and sustainability positions posted by Climate Corps, please visit here: https://fm.seiinc.org/climatecorps/jobs/. We are constantly adding positions, so make sure to frequently check this site to see if there are new opportunities available. SEI requires employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. SEI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity. We believe that a wide array of perspectives contributes to creative climate solutions where all communities thrive. We strive to reflect diverse communities, especially those most impacted by climate change and other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustices. Persons of color, persons with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply. A commitment to work and learn within an anti-oppression framework is required. https://www.seiinc.org/dei.html HOW TO APPLY To become a Fellow, please submit an online application and resume here: https://www.climatecorps.org/fellow.html Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until placements are filled. We encourage submitting applications as soon as possible. Upon review, qualifying applicants will be contacted for an initial screening interview.

Energize Careers Fellow

Paid fellowship
San Jose, CA, USA
Aug 4, 2022
POSITION OVERVIEW This Energize Careers Fellowship is a full time position based at San Jose City College. The Fellow in this position will support the full range of energy career training programs at SJCC, including HVAC, refrigeration, and electrical. The ideal candidate will be passionate about the transition to a clean energy future with an interest in energy efficiency, electrification, heat pumps, and renewable energy. ABOUT ENERGIZE CAREERS The Energize Careers program aims to create a diverse and representational sustainability workforce through the economic empowerment of people who experience barriers to employment by helping them to access high-wage, high-growth green career opportunities. The Energize Careers Program provides holistic services to support marginalized people through technical training, job placement, and employment support. Energize Careers training partners include pre-apprenticeship programs, apprenticeship programs, community-based training organizations, and community colleges to provide technical sustainability training to underserved individuals, and we collaborate with wrap around service providers and industry partners to provide participants with services and support to secure and retain high-wage, high-growth green career opportunities. ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY Supporting faculty and instructors in offering high quality training for energy efficiency and sustainability careers. This may include research, development of instructional materials, and instructional support in the classroom Investigate emerging trends in technology and the labor market for air conditioning, water heating, space heating, renewable energy, electrification and refrigeration Identify and develop relationships with local employers, recruiters, and partner organizations to support participant recruitment, support services, and job placement Supporting students in obtaining positions where they will be utilizing energy efficiency skills, including connecting students with a demonstrated need to advanced career/wraparound service providers Assisting faculty and SEI staff in collecting and maintaining necessary program documentation DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Supporting faculty and instructors in offering high quality training for energy efficiency and sustainability careers. This may include research, development of instructional materials, and instructional support in the classroom Investigate emerging trends in technology and the labor market for air conditioning, water heating, space heating, renewable energy, electrification and refrigeration Identify and develop relationships with local employers, recruiters, and partner organizations to support participant recruitment, support services, and job placement Supporting students in obtaining positions where they will be utilizing energy efficiency skills, including connecting students with a demonstrated need to advanced career/wraparound service providers Assisting faculty and SEI staff in collecting and maintaining necessary program documentation CLIMATE CORPS QUALIFICATIONS Availability for the full-time, 10-month Fellowship program, beginning in September 2021 Climate Corps Fellows must have completed a 4-year degree by the time the program cycle starts in September 2021. A connection to the placement location. This is an equal opportunity position and we prefer to place a candidate who already lives in the region being served. Experience in and the drive to address racism and create race equity with the team members and programmatically. ABOUT SAN JOSE CITY COLLEGE San José City College is part of the San José Evergreen Community College District - Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. San José City College offers two certificates and an Associate in Science (A.S.) in Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technology. This program is designed to develop the appreciation, knowledge, and skills essential for employment in the air conditioning and refrigeration industry. Instruction includes both theory and practical work with refrigeration and air conditioning machinery, electrical equipment, and related mathematics. ABOUT CLIMATE CORPS Climate Corps, a program of SEI, is an award-winning fellowship program that provides professional development opportunities for emerging leaders through implementation of sustainability and resiliency projects with local governments, nonprofits, and for-profit businesses. To see a full list of climate, energy, and sustainability positions posted by Climate Corps, please visit here: https://fm.seiinc.org/climatecorps/jobs/. We are constantly adding positions, so make sure to frequently check this site to see if there are new opportunities available. SEI requires employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. SEI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity. We believe that a wide array of perspectives contributes to creative climate solutions where all communities thrive. We strive to reflect diverse communities, especially those most impacted by climate change and other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustices. Persons of color, persons with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply. A commitment to work and learn within an anti-oppression framework is required. https://www.seiinc.org/dei.html

Energize Colleges Fellow

Paid fellowship
San Mateo, CA, USA
Aug 4, 2022
POSITION OVERVIEW The Energize Colleges Fellow oversees program implementation and student intern mentorship for the Energize Colleges program at the San Mateo County Community College District (SMCCCD). Funded by an innovative partnership through Peninsula Clean Energy, the successful candidate will supervise, coach, and manage a group of ten passionate student interns engaged in energy efficiency, equity, and sustainability efforts in the community. Under the general direction of the Energy and Sustainability Manager, the Fellow will design and guide the program through the stages of partner outreach, intern recruitment, administration, intern supervision, and reporting on program deliverables. This role is a 10-month, full-time position with numerous opportunities to creatively drive campus sustainability engagement, workforce development, and student empowerment through sustainability education and project-based learning. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Manage the recruitment, placement, and project implementation of twelve student interns. Collaborate with on- and off-campus internship hosts, forging strong connections to ensure high-quality placements and experiences for student interns. Work closely with students throughout their internships, ensuring timely completion of key internship tasks and deliverables. Support Energize Colleges program tracking, reporting, and grant administration. Identify and connect with campus faculty interested in building academic projects focused on energy, equity, and sustainability, and infusing those concepts and activities into new and existing academic coursework. Assist participating faculty members with instructional planning, lesson development, direct instruction, and evaluation related to such academic projects; accurately track academic projects’ progress. Identify and develop new opportunities to utilize the campus as a living lab for academic learning. Identify & connect with faculty staff as technical project advisors for in-house interns. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS An educational background in a sustainability-related field (volunteer and internship experience will also be considered) Passion for sustainability engagement with students and communities Commitment to supporting equitable student learning outcomes and professional development An emerging understanding of (or desire to learn about) clean energy and environmental policy Strong organizational, project management, and communication skills Interest or experience planning, leading, and promoting outreach events or educational workshops Experience using social media and website design platforms (Instagram, Google Sites) and/or graphic design experience (Canva, Adobe Suite) is a plus Curious and open to learning, creative, detail oriented, patient, flexible CLIMATE CORPS QUALIFICATIONS Availability for the full-time, 10-month Fellowship program, beginning in September 2021 Climate Corps Fellows must have completed a 4-year degree by the time the program cycle starts in September 2021. A connection to the placement location. This is an equal opportunity position and we prefer to place a candidate who already lives in the region being served. Experience in and the drive to address racism and create race equity with the team members and programmatically. TEAM Housed in the Facilities Maintenance, Operations and Planning Division, the Sustainability Team at San Mateo County Community College District is highly collaborative, close knit and integrated. We thrive on innovation and creativity and practice what we preach. We are deeply committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion as a team and as an organization. Over the past eight years, SMCCCD has hosted over fifteen Fellows. Each Fellow has contributed substantially to our success and has been supported with additional personal and professional development opportunities throughout the Fellowship period. We prioritize learning in all that we do. SMCCCD Offers: An inclusive, innovative, and equity-focused community. A dynamic, flexible, and fun working environment. A creative and caring culture that values community, diversity, altruism, accountability, collaboration, sustainability, and learning by doing. Distinct professional opportunities to connect with, care for, and grow community that values a cleaner, healthier, and effective learning environment. Ongoing mentorship and support. Access and exposure to a broad and deep network of energy and sustainability professionals. This includes access to and support of professional development opportunities, trainings, certifications, and learning resources. As a learning institution, SMCCCCD prioritizes learning and supports the continuous development of its staff. ABOUT SAN MATEO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT The San Mateo County Community College District is a community college system in California with three institutions: College of San Mateo in San Mateo, Cañada College in Redwood City, and Skyline College in San Bruno. The district serves more than 25,000 students each day with both day and evening classes. This Fellowship will be housed in the Facilities Maintenance, Operations and Planning Division, the Sustainability Team which has hosted over nineteen Fellows over the past eight years. The San Mateo County Community College District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. The District’s “Students First” Strategic Plan is focused on “Student Success, Equity, and Social Justice.” We provide students with rich and dynamic learning experiences in beautiful and welcoming campuses. SMCCCD embraces differences, emphasizes collaboration and prioritizes engaged learning both in and out of the classroom. We want to empower students to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. ABOUT CLIMATE CORPS Climate Corps, a program of SEI, is an award-winning fellowship program that provides professional development opportunities for emerging leaders through implementation of sustainability and resiliency projects with local governments, nonprofits, and for-profit businesses. To see a full list of climate, energy, and sustainability positions posted by Climate Corps, please visit here: https://fm.seiinc.org/climatecorps/jobs/. We are constantly adding positions, so make sure to frequently check this site to see if there are new opportunities available. SEI requires employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. SEI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity. We believe that a wide array of perspectives contributes to creative climate solutions where all communities thrive. We strive to reflect diverse communities, especially those most impacted by climate change and other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustices. Persons of color, persons with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply. A commitment to work and learn within an anti-oppression framework is required. https://www.seiinc.org/dei.html

Sustainability and Facilities Fellow

Paid fellowship
Glendora, CA, USA
Aug 1, 2022
OVERVIEW & IMPACT The Sustainability and Facilities Fellow will work with the Citrus College Facilities team and the campus community. The successful candidate will focus on supporting energy management, strategic planning for sustainable facilities, learn about Facilities Management at community colleges, and support the Facilities Department at Citrus College. The Fellow will also expand upon the education and outreach work needed by the college. This is a hybrid remote/on-site position. RESPONSIBILITIES Energy and water conservation education and outreach Building energy benchmarking with facilities staff Lead creative outreach efforts, including developing online resources, writing newsletters, hosting events, - presentations, and workshops, and launching social media campaigns Coordinate workshops around resources and programs in energy efficiency, renewable energy, water efficiency, and general climate crisis education DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS An educational background in a sustainability related field (volunteer and internship experience will also be considered). While this is preferred, all candidates with experience in fulfilling responsibilities similar to the ones listed above are welcome to apply Experience with research and compiling data Experience with instruction and instructional design Capability to effectively format, prepare and present technical reports Competence in using energy management software Experience collaborating with others, including students Experience attending or working with community colleges You will need (or want to learn): Knowledge of energy, sustainability, and environmental concepts Knowledge of energy auditing techniques, tools, and procedures Knowledge of using web based and other platforms to conduct data analysis Skill in multitasking and prioritizing Skill in use of Microsoft Office Suite Skill in project management Skill in written and graphical communication Ability to work effectively as part of a customer service team Ability to bring a positive attitude, can-do spirit, and have fun at work Ability to be flexible, adaptable, and responsive to shifting priorities CLIMATE CORPS QUALIFICATIONS Availability for the full-time, 10-month Fellowship program, beginning in September 2022 Climate Corps Fellows must have completed a 4-year degree by the time the program cycle starts in September 2022. A connection to the placement location. This is an equal opportunity position and we prefer to place a candidate who already lives in the region being served. Experience in and the drive to address racism and create race equity with the team members and programmatically. HOW TO APPLY To become a Fellow, please submit an online application and resume here: https://www.climatecorps.org/fellow.html Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until placements are filled. We encourage submitting applications as soon as possible. Upon review, qualifying applicants will be contacted for an initial screening interview.

Energy and Sustainability Associate - Fellowship

Paid fellowship
San Bernardino, CA, USA
Aug 1, 2022
OVERVIEW & IMPACT San Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD) has a long-standing history in exhibiting sustainable innovation. Across its two campuses, Valley College and Crafton Hills College, and District HQ facility, the District has implemented extensive energy conservation and generation measures in efforts to reduce carbon emissions. SBCCD has taken strides to lead further among higher education institutions, undertaking a comprehensive strategic sustainability planning process in 2020 with 20 bold goals in carbon mitigation, energy, water, transportation, materials, curriculum, ongoing engagement and transparency. Through an innovative partnership between Southern California Edison and Strategic Energy Innovations (SEI), SBCCD will have the Fellow work to drive forward campus sustainability efforts. In partnership with the SBCCD Facilities, Planning & Construction team, the Fellow will have the opportunity to make meaningful, substantial change on campus operations and community behaviors. They will also gain a breadth of exposure to technical analysis used in the energy and sustainability industry, such as greenhouse gas inventorying, cost benefit analysis, and energy auditing. They will also work directly with relevant District stakeholders and departments and the Districts sustainability consultant Arup, to gain insight on ongoing operations, as well as to engage and educate District stakeholders on sustainability strategies. RESPONSIBILITIES Work with the District to improve building energy efficiency in support of SBCCD’s zero net energy goals. Audit district water use and waste patterns and provide recommendations to improve water efficiency and reduce waste. Create scope 3 emissions baselines. Research current procurement practices and provide recommendations for sustainable procurement. Develop and distribute educational materials on energy and sustainability topics to influence behavior change. Helps develop the basis for the annual utility budgets; tracks energy consumption of buildings district-wide; records the impact of energy and greenhouse gas reduction measures. Assists in preparing administrative, statistical, analytical and narrative reports as well as recommendations relating to energy efficiency, waste reduction and sustainability programs; conducts additional research as necessary; makes recommendations on findings. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS An educational background in a sustainability-related field or engineering (volunteer and internship experience will also be considered). While this is preferred, all candidates with experience in fulfilling responsibilities similar to the ones listed above are welcome to apply Basic level math and data analysis skills Familiarity with MS PowerPoint, MS Word, MS Excel Community engagement skills Communication and outreach skills CLIMATE CORPS QUALIFICATIONS Availability for the full-time, 10-month Fellowship program, beginning in September 2022 Climate Corps Fellows must have completed a 4-year degree by the time the program cycle starts in September 2022. A connection to the placement location. This is an equal opportunity position and we prefer to place a candidate who already lives in the region being served. Experience in and the drive to address racism and create race equity with the team members and programmatically. HOW TO APPLY To become a Fellow, please submit an online application and resume here: https://www.climatecorps.org/fellow.html Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until placements are filled. We encourage submitting applications as soon as possible. Upon review, qualifying applicants will be contacted for an initial screening interview.

Diversion and Zero Waste Analyst - Fellowship

Paid fellowship
Carmel, CA, USA
Aug 1, 2022
ABOUT CARMEL UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT The Carmel Unified School District community produces lifelong learners who are prepared for the challenges of higher education, the workplace, and their role as citizens of an ever-changing global community. The Carmel Unified School District contains 8 schools and 2,335 students. The district’s minority enrollment is 40%. Also, 8.2% of students are economically disadvantaged. The Carmel Unified School District has been recognized as a Green Ribbon District and a NOAA Ocean Guardian School District, the first in the nation. Recently due to the pandemic and extenuating circumstances, the District’s environmental efforts have been derailed and halted. We are seeking support to get back on track. POSITION OVERVIEW & DESCRIPTION This position will work closely with students, staff, parents, custodial crew and administration to reduce waste generated by school lunches and daily operations. Objectives include: Increase school community awareness of single-use plastic (SUP) pollution and sustainable alternatives to SUP; Reduce the amount of SUP used on campus, including at the cafeteria, school events, and lunches brought from home Improve disposal on school sites so that recyclable plastics are recycled, food waste is composted, and trash does not end up as litter or contaminate the recycling; Align with efforts related to State laws AB 1826 and SB 1383.to help CUSD comply with these laws and feel good about being part of a larger sustainability effort. Learn about and utilize the best available social science related to behavior change. RESPONSIBILITIES Projects may include, but not limited to: Streamline food waste and plastics by analyzing current operations. Initial work will start with the High School and the Middle School, but may expand into other sites of the District; Work with the head of the Nutritional Services to reduce the amount of waste (food and plastic) generated by the school lunches; Work with the Environmental Responsibility Team, the student-led Environmental Clubs and Parent Organizations to assist with education and outreach efforts; Create a waste plan to outline current and future goals and needs; Create a best practices training to better educate custodial crew and other integral staff; Create a signage plan to better educate staff, parents and students Implement a composting program for the High School and Middle School; Improve the District recycling program; Research and apply for relevant grants to support implementation plans; Attend the district’s Environmentally Responsibility Team meetings (Quarterly); Work closely with the custodial crew and food services and site administration Work with 6th grade ecoliteracy students. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's degree preferred Related experience in fields related to sustainability, zero waste, recycling Ability to work independently and carry out assignments, make independent judgments and/or decisions, and discern when action at a higher level is required. Confidence and ability to independently ask questions needed to complete tasks. Current and valid driver’s license. Access to a car to drive to various school sites. Must be able to effectively manage multiple projects and maintain an organized and well communicated workflow. Ability to meet current state COVID-19 requirements. Fingerprinting required after hire. FELLOWSHIP EXPERIENCE AT CARMEL UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT The fellow will develop many beneficial skills and have experiences in many areas that can be used in many professional occupations. This position will include experiences in the following areas: Education Education administration School/Community Waste Reduction Laws School Food Services Laws Community Outreach Skills that include working with the following groups School Administration School Custodians School Food Services Local businesses Parent Groups Leadership skills Experience supporting and implementing School/Community Sustainability Plans CLIMATE CORPS AMERICORPS QUALIFICATIONS AmeriCorps fellows must: Be U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents Have a high school diploma/GED Be 17 years old or older Pass state criminal and FBI background checks, and a national check in the Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Registry Test negatively for tuberculosis if working with minors Be vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to weekly testing Live in the state of California HOW TO APPLY To become a Fellow, please submit an online application and resume here: https://www.climatecorps.org/fellow.html Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until placements are filled. We encourage submitting applications as soon as possible. Upon review, qualifying applicants will be contacted for an initial screening interview.

Climate Corps Fellow - Sustainability Associate - Washington

Paid fellowship
Olympia, WA, USA
Aug 1, 2022
OVERVIEW & IMPACT The Sustainability Associate position is supported through an innovative partnership between Puget Sound Energy and Strategic Energy Innovations (SEI). Aimed at addressing the myriad of energy and environmental sustainability initiatives, this Fellowship model presents a distinct opportunity to shape energy efficiencies and sustainability practices across sectors and institutional roles. At the core of this program is developing the next generation of thinkers and doers to help address sustainability in education settings. Roles in educational sustainability require a distinct combination of aptitudes including project management, data analytics, and community development. In addition to the Climate Corps training and professional certificate, this position offers professional development opportunities designed to help provide the range of skills necessary to execute sustainable programs or practices. The candidate will work on pressing climate and sustainability problems and be relied upon to work toward replicable solutions. A customized mix of on-the-job training, field work and class time will help the Fellow hone marketable skills and draw important professional connections while making a marked difference in the community. ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES Please see specific job descriptions for the exact responsibilities of each role. Projects may include, but not be limited to: Research and Data Analysis : Utility rebate review and proposal development for system upgrades Assist with reporting for PSE programs Analyze utility data for building energy consumption Using building automation systems and working with SkySpark fault detection software (UW Bothell) Assist in building tools and metrics that facilitate update of sustainability measure ( UW Bothell) Analyze water usage data ( Olympia School District) Project Management : Support with planned replacements and/or retrofits Support energy team initiatives, including energy grants for solar or other sustainable energy procurement and support for EVs Support compliance with Clean Buildings Standard Support development of scope for low and no cost measures ( Olympia School District) Support Energy Star Portfolio Manager Benchmarking Efforts ( UW Bothell) Helping to identify energy efficiency and mitigation strategies to bring down the college’s GHGs, including expanding data collection efforts to capture refrigerants and co-drafting a strategic plan for achieving net zero “ready” (UW Bothell) Campus Engagement (UW Bothell & college sites) : Build campus as a living lab opportunities with Faculty and students to bridge classroom learning with real-world Facilities projects and challenges (STEM/Eng. Programs) Conduct student outreach to share energy career pathway information content in various settings Assist in the development of a dashboard to automate and display our ongoing energy and waste use for members of the college community to track and learn. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree preferred. Master’s level coursework in engineering, design or energy systems would be ideal. Related experience in fields related to energy efficiency, renewable energy, and data analysis. Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation to be available on-site 5 days per week. Ability to work independently and carry out assignments, make independent judgments and/or decisions, and discern when action at a higher level is required. Must be able to effectively manage multiple projects and maintain an organized and well-communicated work flow. Ideal Candidate Has a deep passion for sustainability, especially climate resilience, with the practical skills and abilities to affect change in complex systems. CLIMATE CORPS QUALIFICATIONS Availability for the full-time, 10-month Fellowship program, beginning in August or September 2022 Climate Corps Fellows must have completed a 4-year degree by the time the official program cycle starts in September 2022. A connection to the placement location. This is an equal opportunity position and we prefer to place a candidate who already lives in the region being served. Experience in and the drive to address racism and create race equity with the team members and programmatically. HOW TO APPLY To become a Fellow, please submit an online application and resume here: https://www.climatecorps.org/fellow.html Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until placements are filled. We encourage submitting applications as soon as possible. Upon review, qualifying applicants will be contacted for an initial screening interview.

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