5638 - Environmental Assistant (Climate Change Analyst)
|Date Opened||8/16/2021 07:30:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||8/30/2021 09:00:00 AM|
|Salary||$35.74 - $43.44/hour; $6,195.00 - $7,529.00/month; $74,334.00 - $90,350.00/year|
|Job Type||Temporary Exempt|
Climate Change Analyst
San Francisco Department of the Environment
5638 – Environmental Assistant
• Work with large, complex climate-related data sets to perform advanced data analysis and projections for a range of climate-related projects.
• Develop and deliver the annual Municipal and Community-wide Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions inventory and submit associated data and other reporting to applicable third-party entities. See: https://data.sfgov.org/Energy-and-Environment/San-Francisco-Communitywide-Greenhouse-Gas-Invento/btm4-e4ak
• Use databases and data visualization applications to create infographics, Powerpoint slides, and other tools to communicate climate information to senior staff within the department, external city department colleagues, legislators and policymakers, and the general public.
• Collaborate as part of a team to develop and implement strategies and actions laid out in the City’s Climate Action Plan, Racial Equity Plan, and other climate policies.
• Collaborate and assist multidisciplinary teams within department as well as with other city agencies to develop and strengthen climate programs and policies across the key issue areas of buildings, energy, healthy ecosystems, housing, responsible production and consumption, and transportation.
• Collaborate with regional and global networks to advance the practice of climate action planning, including but not limited to the areas of GHG emissions accounting methodologies and administering emission reduction policies and programs.
• Interface with a range of internal and external IT platforms and data collection systems.
• Assist with implementation, organizing meetings, and other project tasks.
• Provide administrative support and perform other tasks as requested.
• Experience with the practice of Climate Action Planning for local governments and/or other organizations such as companies, campuses, and institutions, etc;
• Experience with conducting and improving upon Greenhouse Gas inventories and familiarity with reporting protocols and reporting platforms;.
• Demonstrated experience with managing data: database administration and data analysis; intermediate to advanced use of Microsoft and Google Suite of analysis tools including, but not limited to Excel (Pivot Tables/PowerQuery), PowerBI, Google Sheets;
• Excellent project management, writing, researching, and organizational skills
• An understanding of equity, inclusion and diversity concepts.
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Please email Adam Romoslawski, Senior Human Resources Consultant, at Adam.Romoslawski@sfgov.org should you have questions about the application process. For questions regarding the status of your application or the selection process, please refer to the ‘Timeline’ section under the Selection Procedures heading.
The application filing deadline will conclude at 9am on Monday, August 30, 2021. Due to the volume of inquiries we receive, we are unable to give application status updates. While we are not able to reach out to every applicant, the hiring manager will contact you directly after the filing deadline if your skills and experiences are a strong match for the position.
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EXAM TYPE: ENTRANCE/PROMO
CAROL ISEN, HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
ANNOUNCEMENT NO: TEX-5638-114039
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