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The sustainability sector is growing at an increasingly rapid rate. From clean energy to building sustainable enterprise, sustainability expertise is in high demand as the world shifts to a green economy. Below is a list of featured job opportunities for the sustainability graduate students and alumni. Please be sure to check this page frequently as we update this page weekly with new jobs.

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 Joint Technology Solution, Inc.

Darden 

Position: Management Analyst (Energy and Sustainability)

Position: Sustainability Analyst

We are currently looking for Sustainability and Energy Management Program Support to support military energy and sustainability programs at the headquarters level. Military organizations are continually pursuing energy and sustainability performance goals in compliance with Executive Orders, federal legislation and internal policies. The ideal candidate would have knowledge of these drivers and proven experience in interpreting policy and tracking progress towards meeting policy objectives. The individual will apply their knowledge of sustainability - especially energy and environmental aspects of sustainability - to data collection for reporting and accountability within an organization with multiple reporting locations. They will support coordination, consolidation, and drafting of reports based on the energy and sustainability data, specifically the Annual Energy Management Report (AEMR) and the Comprehensive Energy and Water Evaluations (CEWE). The analyst will apply the principles of Lifecycle Cost Analysis to the review and evaluation of proposed infrastructure projects in support of decision making and funding prioritization. The individual will also support the development and presentation of sustainability and energy training materials.

Location: Arlington, VA

The Sustainability Analyst supports the development of Darden's sustainability Communications, organizational culture and strategy. The ideal candidate will be a highly self-motivated, pragmatic professional to expand our Sustainability team and help promote sustainability at Darden restaurants.

Darden is committed to: provide our guests with nutritious, high-quality and responsibly sourced food; protect the natural environment; support and develop our employees; and give back to our communities. It's our definition of sustainability.

 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential Job Duties & Responsibilities:
-Support Darden's restaurant sustainability objectives under the direction of Head of Sustainability, with daily tasks related to project management, communication, stakeholder engagement, research, data analysis and reporting;
-Own reporting on key sustainability metrics, including data, collection and analysis;
-Lead projects related to restaurant sustainability, including energy and water conservation, and landfill diversion initiatives;
-Foster cross-functional teams to support restaurant sustainability, including functions such as Operations, Marketing, Finance, Facilities and Supply Chain;
-Conduct desktop research on sustainability related topics, and produce concise briefs for internal audience;
-Prepare communication materials for internal and external audiences;
-Engage with key external stakeholders and support relationships as needed by Head of Sustainability;
-Provide content expertise, and be able to articulate business impact and provide guidance on key issues


Location: Orlando, FL

 

 

Featured Jobs (Updated as of August, 7 2018)
Chicago Marketing, Inc. City of Oldsmar The Nature Conservancy
Position: Renewable Energy Sales Consultant
Position: Environmental Specialist or Environmental Technician Position:Energy and Climate Policy Associate 

As an Energy Consultant, you will have the opportunity to build a portfolio of clients, assisting them with their energy contracts and any other energy needs. You will be provided with ongoing training that will help to further your career, and you will have an opportunity for bonuses and travel to our other offices. Please also know how to use tablets, computers, microsoft & apple products.

Location: Chicago, IL

Responsible technical work in monitoring, evaluating, enforcing and overseeing all
aspects of the City's Environmental Pollution Control Program and Environmental
Monitoring Plan. Monitors, evaluates and enforces community compliance with Federal,
State, County and City environmental control regulations and ordinances.
Communicates and coordinates with local commercial and industrial businesses on
Federal, State, County, and City environmental regulations. Duties performed under the
supervision of the Utilities Administration

Location: Oldsmar, Florida

The Energy and Climate Policy Associate supports The Nature Conservancy's conservation goals by communicating a clear vision and strategy designed to broaden support in Virginia for action on energy policy to address climate change. S/he coordinates project teams, assists with the design and delivery of project objectives, and serves as liaison and informational contact on energy and climate issues in Virginia between TNC and federal and state governments, business groups, and non-profit organizations.

Essential Functions:

The Energy and Climate Policy Associate coordinates efforts in Virginia to broaden support for action on energy and climate policy to further The Nature Conservancy's mission. Duties include: 1) outreach to develop strategic partnerships with governments, businesses and trade groups, and non-government organizations 2) organizing meetings and presentations, 3) research and policy analysis, and 4) tracking policies and decisions that directly affect climate and clean energy goals. The Energy and Climate Policy Associate will work closely with the Associate State Director to develop a strategic approach and workplan.

Location: Richmond, VA

 

ICF

National Resources Defense Council

Tufts University

Position: Energy Efficiency Program Manager
Position: Climate/International Fellow Position: Energy Analyst

 

Working at ICF means applying a passion for meaningful work with intellectual rigor to help solve the leading issues of our day. Smart, compassionate, innovative, committed, ICF employees tackle unprecedented challenges to benefit people, businesses, and governments around the globe. We believe in collaboration, mutual respect, open communication, and opportunity for growth. If you're seeking to make a difference in the world, visit www.icf.com/careers to find your next career. ICF—together for tomorrow.

Location: Various 

NRDC is looking for a 2-year Fellow with technical and/or engineering expertise to join our Climate & Clean Energy and International teams in Washington, DC. The Fellow will support NRDC's domestic and international efforts to phase down the climate-damaging super-pollutants called hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). The ideal candidate will be familiar with refrigerants, refrigerant-using technologies such as heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR), and have strong interest in clean air policy, energy efficiency, and environmental advocacy. The Fellow will work cross-functionally with a top team of lawyers, engineers, analysts and advocates to support HFC- and energy efficiency-related work with U.S. states, the federal government, India, Chile, and the Montreal Protocol.

Location: Washington, DC

This position reports to the Director of Engineering who leads the Engineering and Utilities (E&U) Department. The E&U Department manages the University's production, distribution, conservation, and strategic planning for energy and utilities including electricity, steam, hot water, chilled water, storm and sewer. Infrastructure assets across the University include centralized and distributed boilers, chillers, power generation and heat recovery systems.

Location: Medford, Massachusetts

 
Yardi Systems Inc.

Wild Conservation Society

AmeriCorps
Position: Energy Management Analyst Position: Program Officer, Global Marine Conservation  Position: Sustainability Food Specialist 

The Energy Management Analyst will be a part of Yardi's growing commercial segment performing analysis to recommend more efficient and sustainable ways to operate businesses with Yardi Energy products related to conservation, analytics, benchmarking, billing, and payment. They will identify energy efficient strategies, generate savings models, maintain reporting systems, review client data to identify gaps and errors, and suggest system improvements for future development. The Energy Management Analyst may assist Sales in the review of potential energy client opportunities and in the development of preliminary proposals.

Location: Atlanta, GA

The primary objective of the Program Officer position is to provide general programmatic, financial, communications, and administrative
support to the Global Marine Conservation Program. The program staff consists of a core team of seven New York-based staff and a large
team of 250+ field-based staff across 24 countries. The Program Officer will be part of the WCS's Global Marine Conservation team based at
the headquarters of WCS at the Bronx Zoo in New York City. This is a full-time position.

Location: New York City, NY

The Hawaii Sustainable Community Food Center Network (SCFCN) was designed to support communities to transition from an emergency food distribution system to a more sustainable system centered around nutritious food. The work focuses on cross-collaboration and intergenerational approaches to care for the most vulnerable, including underrepresented and low-income communities using organizing and strategic network building. The work will also focus on connecting community partners to one another and/or helping individual partners to join existing networks so that organizations are able to share resources and increase the impact of their activities.

Location: Honolulu, HI

 
 

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