GO BIG: President
Working closely with ClimateWorks Foundation and other partners, GO BIG’s President will lead a global team of senior development professionals and support staff to engage philanthropists and donors in this peer to peer, multibillion dollar global initiative. The President will have the unique opportunity to work with ClimateWorks and the founding investors to help shape and further grow the Board of Directors for GO BIG as well as design the process to build direct relationships with principal donors. Read more.
Director of Marketing & Communications
Reporting to the Vice President, Philanthropy, and overseeing a growing team of staff and consultants, the Director of Marketing and Communications will lead the development and expansion of the communications function at ClimateWorks. Focusing on corporate communications, brand management, public relations and media strategy, the Director will set and execute the organization’s overall communications strategy, and guide the organization towards a larger profile and stronger brand-building efforts. S/he will ensure coordination, as well as brand consistency, across ClimateWorks’ diverse set of global initiatives. The Director will play a pivotal role in carrying out ClimateWorks’ mission to leverage philanthropy and accelerate climate mitigation efforts, and drive consistent and compelling narratives to the organization’s growing list of partners, funders, and grantees. Read more.
Project Manager, Funder Collaborations
The Project Manager, Funder Collaborations will report to the Senior Advisor, Funder Collaborations, and be based in the ClimateWorks San Francisco Office. The position requires excellent relationship and operational skills, experience building and managing coalitions and complex deadline-driven coalition projects, strong written and oral communication skills, and familiarity with the philanthropic, environmental justice or environmental advocacy communities. Read more.
Director, Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program
The Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program (K-CEP) is looking for a Director to manage a team of strategists and administrative support. This role will focus on directing K-CEP’s grantmaking, ensuring impactful implementation, developing new opportunities, and strengthening relationships with K-CEP partners. Read more.
Reporting to the Controller, the main functions of the Staff Accountant position include processing Accounts Payable and Grants Payable, processing Accounts Receivable, month-end reconciliations of balance sheet accounts, and administration of the Foundation’s credit card program. Read more.
Paid Research Fellowship
ClimateWorks Foundation and California Environmental Associates, funded by the Doris Duke Foundation, are launching a multi-phase project to address challenges in estimating LULUCF emissions. The research team will carry out an in-depth audit of the U.S. LULUCF GHG inventory to (1) identify key challenges and gaps in the methodology, data, modeling assumptions and parameters; (2) estimate the scale of uncertainty associated with identified gaps; and (3) outline options for addressing the sources of uncertainty. The summer researcher(s) will work closely with the project’s principle investigators to develop a thorough analysis of the sources and propagation of LULUCF inventory uncertainty, and ways in which uncertainty can be reduced. Read more.