Now Hiring: Program Officer, Climate and Energy Program

At the Pisces Foundation, we believe if we act now and boldly, we can quickly accelerate to a world where people and nature thrive together. We support innovators who know what it takes and are doing what’s necessary to have clean and abundant water, a safe climate, and kids with the environmental know-how to create a sustainable world. By mainstreaming powerful new solutions, we will spark immediate gains and lasting benefits for people and nature.

The Foundation seeks a Program Officer to lead its Climate and Energy Program. This position reports to the President and will play an important role in a dynamic, growing philanthropy. The Climate and Energy Program focuses on bolstering reductions of carbon dioxide by decreasing emission of all pollutants that contribute to climate change. To accomplish this goal, the Program’s grants and other activities focus on a powerful class of climate “super pollutants” including methane, black carbon, and HFCs. The more quickly we start to reduce all of the pollutants driving climate change, the more likely it is we’ll have the safe, stable climate our communities need to stay healthy, vibrant places.

Please follow the link below to see the full, printable job announcement.

Climate and Energy Program Officer Job Announcement

How to apply:
Applicants may send a PDF document including a cover letter, resume, and relevant writing sample to hiring@piscesfoundation.org with the subject line, “CE PROGRAM OFFICER POSITION.”

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis through October 10, 2017. See http://www.piscesfoundation.org/ for more information on the foundation.

We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds and with a variety of skills, experiences, and ideas. We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to sex, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, marital or veteran status, or any other protected class.

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