Senior Program Manager, Climate Solutions Collaborative (C2C)

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New York, NY

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Type of Job

Full-Time

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80,000 to 90,000

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About the job

Position Overview

The C2C Senior Program Manager is a key member of the Climate Solutions Collaborative

team with significant research, analysis and communication responsibility. The Senior Program

Manager will support the C2C Senior Program Director by providing the analytical foundation

for a new program focus on the Net Zero Pathway in the Paris Accord. This role will track policy

changes, financing breakthroughs, and investment initiatives and support C2C members in

their unique investment approaches. This position offers ample opportunity for writing,

creativity, network building, and professional growth.

 

Reports to: Senior Program Director, Climate Solutions

Compensation: $80,000 - $90,000 FTE with full health, dental, and retirement benefits.

Location: Tri-State Area (New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut), within commuting

distance of the New York City office. Must be available weekdays starting at 9:00 am – 6:00

pm (anticipate shorter summer hours). The job will start with telecommuting until it’s safe for

the office to open. Domestic travel will be a required component of this job. Expect 2-4

domestic trips a year, once the pandemic is over.

Please do not consider applying if you are not planning to work from the Tri-State Area. There

will be no exceptions as we adhere to Federal Employment Laws.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

• Climate Finance and Policy Research and Analysis: Provide basic analysis and

breakdown of climate science, the financial implications of climate change, and what is

needed to futher a Net Zero pathway. Evaluation and analysis of metrics that measure

how to assess what investment strategies are effective for removing carbon, and what

resilience strategies entail. Clear presentation of findings for reports, blogs, power point

presentations and articles.

• Industry Tracking: Daily news scan to follow trends and breakthroughs in the climate

finance industry and keep the Confluence team updated; construct timely briefs and

reports for internal and external communications to support members interested in

climate finance and policy. Post timely news and analysis on Confluence’s social media

sites.

• Project Management: Participate in further developing the Climate Solutions

Collaborative programming. This includes implementing the engagement strategy for

C2C’s Decarbonzing Bank Lending Initiative to organize members and key partners to

use their leverage to engage with their banks regarding climate lending policy. Also

included is research, analysis and metrics to develop a Net Zero pathway for members to

align with the Paris Agreement.

• Membership Cultivation: Compile technical information to support members by request.

Review climate-related member applications and make recommendations to the

membership committee. Participate in climate related networking events and assist with

engagement and recruitment efforts.

C2C Convening: Help develop and manage C2C’s learning series. Tasks include:

conducting research about potential topics and speakers, event materials and

presentation preparation, post meeting follow-up.

• Admin and Organizational Development: Maintain correspondence with members;

participate in weekly staff meetings and discuss growth opportunities; assist in database

upkeep and other admin tasks as requested.

 

Qualifications:

• MBA or business related graduate degree, or similar experience.

• At least three years professional experience in climate-related finance or climate finance

policy.

• Strong research, analytical, data and project management skills.

• Exceptionally strong verbal and written communication skills.

• Highly organized, detail-oriented, efficient and self-directed work style.

• Ability to build trust and easy rapport with investment professionals and industry thought

leaders required.

• Experience in working on a small team with limited administrative / office support.

• Emotional and social intelligence, and the ability to perform under pressure with ‘high

power’ executives with grace, poise, and (hopefully) humor.

• A high level of discretion for both professional and personal affairs.

 

To apply:

Send cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Edie Farwell, Climate Solutions

Senior Program Director: edie@confluencephilanthropy.org