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Want to work at the Office of Sustainability?

We are hiring a Climage Manager and Zero Waste Coordinator.

This position will be housed within the OoS and is a joint appointment within Facilities Management. The position is designed to be the point person for addressing climate change on campus as part of continuing Net Zero and Zero Waste initiatives. This includes a focus on improving institutional systems of materials management, water and energy for greater efficiency, and cost savings. This person will manage the Recycling Team in Facilities, while also creating programs for greater waste diversion and aversion. They will also be partly responsible (in partnership with the Energy Manager) for reducing CofC’s carbon footprint. This position requires strong data analysis and writing skills to help produce assessments that include carbon accounting, zero waste, and energy audits. They will also be responsible for compliance with the SAP (Sustainability Action Plan) and meeting campus sustainability commitment obligations.

A strong candidate has at least a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field with two (2) years full- time experience. They will be highly organized, adaptive, and collaborative. They should have experience in some form of management (individual and collective), preferably in a Higher Education setting, and a strong record of achieving project-oriented outcomes. This position will have a role in just about every facet of the Office; demonstrated success in a high volume, fast- paced environment is a must. This is an opportunity to take a central role in defining an office with a distinct culture and to guide students in a truly transformative personal and professional experience.

The application deadline is June 3rd.

PDF version of Position Description is available here.

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Questions can be directed to P. Brian Fisher at

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