Job Openings

Current Job Openings at ECC

Emerald Cities Collaborative is currently looking to fill three roles immediately. To apply online please send your resume and cover letter to admin@emeraldcities.org

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Chief Strategy Officer:

The chief strategy officer (CSO) is a senior level management position based in, but not limited to, any of ECC’s local sites/markets[1] but with responsibilities overseeing and developing high road initiatives across the country.  The CSO reports directly to the President/CEO but works within a collegial, non-hierarchical organizational environment.

This new position directs a diverse portfolio. The core responsibility, however, involves identifying and implementing strategies to take ECC’s high road mission to scale through expanding existing programs and establishing new ones.   Success entails effectively transitioning the organization from its start-up phase into its highly dynamic and exciting new growth phase. 

The CSO works with multiple stakeholders to accelerate the broad adoption of equity and inclusion in sustainability policies and programs.  The goal is to promote a values-based (high road) approach to clean infrastructure investments that involve and benefit communities most impacted by a legacy of environmental racism and economic and social inequities.

The breadth of responsibilities include accelerating model high road climate policies and programs through capacity building, technical assistance and strategy development that facilitate:  1) multi-stakeholder engagement in planning and implementation,  2) union and livable wage jobs; 3)  diversity and inclusion in jobs and business opportunities;  4) public and private sector procurement strategies to scale the impact on community health, wealth and climate resilience in low-income communities.


[1] Los Angeles, San Francisco/Oakland, Seattle/Portland, Boston, Washington, DC

 Please see full job description and or apply at: https://www.indeed.com/job/chief-strategy-officer-0e41f8b0250f6b06


Program Manager - Los Angeles:

The Program Associate is a mid-level position at Emerald Cities Collaborative with primary responsibility for managing SoCalRen Green Pathway Career (GPC) program in San Gabriel Valley, but will also support other aforementioned REN programs as neededThe candidate will report directly to the EC-LA Program Director but is part of both the larger SoCalRen program team and the ECC family.  

The Green Path Career (GPC) Program provides Transition Age Youth (TAY) access to the emerging Energy Efficiency (EE) sector by offering education, training and work experience in the field. This initiative is made possible through collaboration between the SoCalREN, San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments (SGVCOG), Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS), and Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services. The program is designed to eliminate the barriers TAY face while navigating the EE sector, providing TAY the opportunity for training in Building Performance Institute (BPI) certifications to emerge successful by providing the resources and support needed to begin their EE career.

The program is designed to address the barriers TAY face when aging out of the Foster Care system and moving into the growing workforce. The program aims to assist TAY youth by eliminating the barriers of the EE workforce sector, this is done by providing certification training, supportive services, and the coaching needed to enter the workforce.

The Green Pathway Career program provides a multi-step approach that assists a participant in entering the Energy Efficiency workforce from the initial recruitment phase to becoming Job/Career Ready.

 Please see full job description and or apply at https://www.indeed.com/job/program-manager-emerald-cities-los-angeles-a68a698c040d55f7


Program Coordinator - Los Angeles:

The Program Coordinator is an entry-level position at Emerald Cities Collaborative for a hard working and ambitious young professional to provide administrative and program support for EC-Los Angeles’ program initiatives.  The candidate will report directly to the EC-LA Program Director but is part of the larger SoCalREN program team.  The Program Coordinator will provide administrative and management support for REN’s E-Contractor, ACES and GPC program.  This includes marketing and outreach, intake, coordinating training programs, support and tracking training participants support and program reporting.  The candidate must be comfortable working with different stakeholders including high school students, parent and administrators, small contractors, and government officials.  Job success entails effective program administration that increases jobs and business opportunities for disadvantaged residents and contractors in the clean energy economy. Sample activities includes developing and participating in small, minority contractors outreach events; conducting youth and local worker outreach; and coordinating community college, high school and community partner resources to support the ongoing implementation of the ACES Engineering Pathway Program; conducting outreach for the new energy efficiency training targeted to transitional foster youth for the GPC program.  The candidate will have professional growth opportunities and will gain knowledge in sustainable development, energy efficiency, workforce and small business development.) manage the notification, registration and materials distribution for ECC events, training seminars, and conference participation; develop collateral materials for program initiatives, and update fact sheets, data reports, and program website content.

 Please see full job description and or apply at: https://www.indeed.com/job/program-coordinator-emerald-cities-los-angeles-b716d9f50b20c55d


 

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Island Press:

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