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Program Manager, the 11th Hour Project (Palo Alto, CA)

The 11th Hour Project seeks a Program Manager to lead funding strategy in energy & climate. The 11th Hour Project is a working program of the Schmidt Family Foundation, based in Palo Alto, CA, and is committed to promoting a responsible relationship with the planet’s food, water and energy resources. We are a small, dynamic team that is looking for a truly exceptional person to lead our activities related to accelerating sustainable energy, reducing fossil fuels and minimizing environmental impacts. We are highly collaborative, but much work is independent & autonomous. Our grant-making focuses on message communication, grass-roots building, policy, science and public education. We are seeking a bright, talented individual with passion for these areas and demonstrated success in renewable energy and climate change. Position duties include: Developing & executing a strategic plan; Identifying high-leverage opportunities for strategic grant-making in renewable energy & climate change for the U.S.; Analyzing grant proposals & reports; Mentor/evaluate partner & grantee organizations; Travel to grantee organizations, conferences and meetings; Speaking engagements & presentations; Maintaining/sharing knowledge of current events, environmental movement, energy industry, and political landscape as it relates to environmental issues;Building strategic relationships with other foundations & organizations. This position will report to the Executive Director of the Foundation.

To Apply: Email resume and cover letter to careers@theschmidt.org.

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