Are you an experienced and passionate professional committed to making a difference on climate change?
We are hiring several positions for our powerful and bold Climate-Safe California campaign to accelerate equitable climate action in California, based on the latest science and the rapidly worsening climate reality. Working collaboratively, we will secure a healthy, vibrant future for all.
At The Climate Center, we work in a dynamic and supportive team atmosphere, we care about each other and we know that each employee has a whole life that includes time outside of work. The Climate Center provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. We value diversity and encourage people from all backgrounds to apply, even if you do not meet all of the preferred qualifications.
Join our wonderful and dedicated team by applying to one of the open positions below.
The Climate Center, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, works to deliver rapid greenhouse gas reductions at scale, starting in California. Founded in 2001, The Climate Center played a key role in the tremendous growth of Community Choice Agencies (CCAs), local government-led alternatives to investor-owned utilities. CCAs grew from 2 to 23 over the past 6 years that now provide 88% clean energy to over 11 million Californians.
The Climate Center has launched a bold, science-based campaign, Climate-Safe California, to accelerate equitable climate action in California, catalyzing other states, our nation and countries around the world to greater action for a climate-safe future.
Our goal is that California, the world’s 5th largest economy, achieves net-negative emissions, the start of drawdown greater than emissions, and community resilience for all by 2030. Our policies and programs, guided by these three key principles, must: (1) be based on the latest science, (2) ensure a just transition for workers, their families, and their communities, dependent on fossil fuel industries, and, (3), ensure that lower-income communities and communities of color are no longer disproportionately harmed by the production and use of fossil fuels, and have access to climate-friendly solutions.