Giving Green is growing, and looking for a manager and researchers!
Manager: Giving Green is seeking to launch new research work streams and to build the organization. We need a flexible, dynamic individual to run this growing initiative. The GG Manager will support across four workstreams: (1) research, (2) operations, (3) fundraising, and (4) communications.
We expect the manager to run the day-to-day functioning of Giving Green including conducting research, managing staff, meeting collaborators, etc.
We are seeking candidates with demonstrated experience relevant to these four areas of work and with the ability to work in an intense start-up environment, communicate clearly, and collaborate well with the rest of the Giving Green team. All else equal, candidates with a deep familiarity of climate science, policy, and politics will receive stronger consideration.
Learn more and apply here .
Researcher(s), Full-time Associate or Consultant: Giving Green is seeking to launch new research work streams and to improve on our previous research. We need an associate with climate expertise to contribute substantive knowledge to our research on topics such as US and international climate policy, energy policy, carbon offsets, investments and divestments, and more. The GG Climate Associate will be a source of knowledge for the team, back-checking research, contributing ideas, and pushing forward particularly nuanced parts of our research agenda.
We expect the researcher to lead multiple research workstreams and contribute to several others. As Giving Green is a small organization, all members may be asked to contribute on other workstreams, such as fundraising and communications.
We are seeking candidates with demonstrated experience conducting analytical desk-based research, preferably in the climate space. We want to find someone that has the ability to work in an intense start-up environment, communicate clearly, and collaborate well with the rest of the Giving Green team. All else equal, candidates with a deep familiarity of climate science and/or climate policy will receive stronger consideration.
More information and application here.