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18 Mar 2021

Administrative / Executive Assistant – The Climate Center

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ADMINISTRATIVE / EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

Reports to: Chief Financial Officer, Chief Executive Officer
Location: Sonoma County
Status: Full-Time with Benefits

Are you a passionate, accomplished, and innovative administrative assistant who wants to make a difference on climate change? We are looking for an experienced professional to provide assistance and support to our executive staff. This position will be split approximately half time between providing administrative support to the Finance/Administrative team as an Admin Assistant, and supporting the CEO and COO as an Executive Assistant. The Administrative Assistant portion of the position will include bookkeeping, financial management, and HR duties. This position involves access to sensitive information and requires considerable use of tact, diplomacy, discretion, and judgment. This position is remote with required weekly job duties in Sonoma County.

About The Climate Center
The Climate Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, works to deliver speed and scale greenhouse gas reductions, starting in California. Founded in 2001, The Climate Center played a key role in the tremendous growth of Community Choice Agencies (CCAs). CCAs grew from two to 20 over the past six years and now provide 88% clean electricity to over 11 million Californians.

The Climate Center has launched a bold, science-based campaign, Climate-Safe California, to accelerate equitable climate policy timelines in California, catalyzing other states, our nation, and countries around the world to greater action for a climate-safe future.

Our goal is that California, the world’s fifth-largest economy, moves up its climate policy timelines by 15 years: doubling emissions cuts and starting drawdown to achieve net-negative emissions (sequestration greater than emissions) by 2030. Climate-Safe California policies and programs are guided by these key principles: they must (1) be based on the latest science, (2) ensure a just transition for workers, their families, and their communities, that are dependent on fossil fuel industries, and (3) ensure that lower-income communities and communities of color are no longer disproportionately harmed by the production and use of fossil fuels, and have equitable access to climate-friendly solutions.

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