Senior Associate, Natural & Working Lands
The U.S. Climate Alliance is looking for a Senior Associate, Natural and Working Lands, to assist the Executive Director of the U.S. Climate Alliance Secretariat in developing and executing strategy to support Alliance states meeting their climate priorities, and working internationally to make progress towards the goals of the Paris Agreement. The Senior Associate, Natural and Working Lands, will focus on supporting Alliance states in the development and implementation of natural climate solutions to enhance carbon mitigation, sequestration and climate resilience. As part of a small team, the Senior Associate will also be required to assume other duties as needed, including but not limited to research, administrative, coordination and events management functions. Applications can be submitted through the online system at the UN Foundation, which houses the Alliance secretariat.
Climate Policy Intern
The U.S. Climate Alliance is looking for a Climate Policy Intern to start January 2019. Competitive candidates will be master's degree candidates or graduates, and have demonstrated experience in climate policy, especially at the state-level. Excellent research, analytical and writing skills are essential. Knowledge of social media and web design a plus. Applicants must be able to work from Washington, DC and are expected to be in the office for at least 20 hours per week for a minimum of three months. Ability to work 40 hours a week and for up to 6 months is desired. Applications received on a rolling basis. Applications can be submitted through the online system at the UN Foundation, which houses the Alliance secretariat. This internship is unpaid.