King County, WA has two promising job opportunities for individuals interested in the environment and energy efficiency. Job summaries are below. Simply click on the job title to visit the King County website to view the full job description and how to apply.
Climate Engagement Specialist– This position will act as King County’s climate engagement and communications lead and will work across King County agencies to implement the commitments of King County’s 2015 SCAP. This position will require strong engagement in ways that help support, communicate and bring funding to diverse climate-related projects and programs. This role will expand, diversify and strengthen alliances with public, private, and civic sector partners to develop, communicate, and implement regional climate solutions and shape decision-making in ways that advance equity and social justice and benefit public health, mobility, and the economy.
Executive Energy Policy and Partnerships Specialist– This position will work in the King County Executive Office and serve as a leader, catalyst, and connector for the expansion of externally-facing resource efficiency, clean energy, and advanced transportation fuel and technology related efforts across King County.
The position will report to the Executive’s Director of Climate and Energy Initiatives. This position will regularly engage with the county’s Climate Leadership Team comprised of Department Directors, and with Executive Office Government Relations staff and key department staff. They will collaborate with staff from multiple departments implementing energy policy and partnership recommendations in the SCAP.
Please direct questions about either recruitment to Prakash Meloot, Senior Human Resource Analyst at Prakash.firstname.lastname@example.org.