Careers

We’re about to hire!

The Carbon Leadership Forum plans to hire for the following positions in the near future. If you’re interested in applying, let us know and we’ll reach out once the jobs are officially posted!

Policy Researcher (Full time)

This role will be responsible for the execution of research and analysis, development of guidance documents and educational resources, and stakeholder education and outreach to inform the development and implementation of cross-sectoral climate policies that target embodied carbon.

Building and Materials Researcher (Full time)

This role will be responsible for the execution of research and analysis, development of guidance documents and educational resources, and outreach across the design community to improve the quality, accuracy, and effectiveness of building performance tools, methods and data that address embodied carbon. The Buildings and Material Researcher will work collaboratively in an integrated team with backgrounds in architecture, engineering, environmental policy, and materials manufacturing.

Network and Communications Manager (Full time)

This role will host and facilitate the online CLF Community, support continuous communication across the CLF, and look for opportunities to promote inclusive and equitable engagement, partnership, and collaboration among CLF members across the building industry. This role will support the growth of the CLF’s network of Regional Hubs in cities globally, nurturing regional leadership and increased engagement of CLF members and partner companies and organizations.

Technical Communications and Education Manager (Time Commitment TBD)

This role will collaborate with CLF researchers and other staff to convert research and other technical information into public facing resources. This material will be relevant to a broad community of building industry stakeholders including architects, engineers, contractors, developers, policy makers, manufacturers, nonprofit organizations and others working to radically reduce the embodied carbon footprint of buildings and infrastructure. Content varies in academic complexity and will require both the ability to understand technical concepts as well as the ability to translate them into cohesive and useful information.

Join the Carbon Leadership Forum for tool, information, resources, and opportunities for collaboration and engagement to transform the building industry.

CLF is proud to be hosted at the University of Washington’s College of Built Environments

Staff and student opportunities with the Carbon Leadership Forum, including positions such as research engineers and assistants, program managers, and research scientists are secured through the University of Washington.

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