The Senior Sustainability Data Analyst will provide analytical and tactical support for all sustainability projects with data-related needs and set an overall strategy for the collection, analysis, management, and communication of data and metrics. Will collect, manage, and ensure the quality and integrity of data from multiple sources (e.g., energy, water, materials, food, transportation, waste) throughout campus; oversee MIT’s greenhouse gas inventory update and expansion process; perform cost analysis; assist with the development of relational and dimensional models and reports; write annual metrics performance report that includes infographics and graphs; manage the development of an overall sustainability analytics database for campus; compile and oversee MIT’s greenhouse gas inventories and quantify greenhouse gas reduction activities to support the development of an emerging strategy; develop well-defined sustainability financial reporting templates; support living lab projects related to campus systems (storm water, mobility, etc.); and collaborate with MIT’s Data Science and Data Warehouse teams to develop reporting and analytics.
The Green Restaurant Association (GRA), founded in 1990, is an international, non-profit organization with the mission of creating environmental sustainability in the restaurant industry.
The environmental analyst is a full-time office position. He/she will help restaurants achieve Certified Green Restaurant® status.
- Review invoices, digital pictures, and other forms of documentation that clients submit to demonstrate their environmental accomplishments
- Analyze this Data to determine the steps and points that a restaurant will be credited in accordance with the Green Restaurant Association’s environmental standards
- Research products to determine any environmental merits
- Create educational and technical reports for restaurants
- Contact vendors for product and service information
- Support Environmental Consultants in tasks to help our restaurants improve their environmental impact and achieve certification
- Bachelor’s degree
- Experience with data analysis
- Attention to detail
- Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and math
- Strong organizational skills
- Understanding of relevant sustainability issues
- Ability to take direction and work independently
- Good Communicator
The Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer will work to continue UCLA’s leadership in the field of sustainability at the state, regional, national and international level by promoting broader awareness of UCLA’s environmental successes and accomplishments. Reporting to the Executive Officer of Facilities Management (EO-FM) & Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO), the Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer works in partnership with the CSO on the development, coordination, administration, and measurement of sustainability-related programs, policies, and technologies at UCLA. The Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer will effectively work across the university and with all elements of the campus community to communicate and further the goals and initiatives of the campus sustainability program, including Carbon Neutrality by 2025, and initiatives such as the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge. The Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer will work to foster partnerships across the academic and operational areas of the university to continue to develop UCLA as a living laboratory for sustainability.
|Application Deadline: 06.21.2015
|Apply Online or search ‘Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer’
A motivated individual is needed to help organize the City’s 6th annual Harvest Your Energy Festival. This year’s festival is scheduled for Saturday, October 3, 2015. The Energy Festival Coordinator will work with the Office’s Director to contact exhibitors, organize volunteers, maintain financial records and perform the tasks necessary to coordinate the festival. The coordinator works out of Medford’s Office of Energy & Environment and will help with general office tasks including fielding resident requests, as needed. This position is unpaid.
|Application Deadline: N/A
Interested students should send a cover letter and resume to Alicia Hunt, Director of Energy and Environment, City of Medford at ahunt[at]medford.org.
The Global Development and Environment Institute (GDAE) seeks a full-time Program Coordinator, starting in August 2015. This administrative position involves managing the institute’s grants, coordinating between GDAE and the university administration, overseeing the daily functions of GDAE’s office, and organizing the institute’s events. The position requires a bachelor’s degree and familiarity with university grant management, office management, and computer skills including expertise with Excel. We prefer an applicant that shares a belief in the institute’s mission of environmental and social sustainability. Feel free to contact Brian Roach at brian.roach[at]tufts.edu if you have any questions about the position.
|Application Deadline: Position starts August 2015