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Jobs Spotlight: Week of April 22

Green & Climate Jobs Spotlight: Week of April 22, 2024

This spotlight focuses on environmental and social impact roles at 12 organizations. Deadlines are approaching, so the time to apply is now!

Spotlight: Remote Green & Climate Jobs

Remote Green & Climate Jobs: Week of April 22, 2024

This spotlight focuses on remote roles at 12 organizations. Deadlines are approaching, so the time to apply is now!

More Jobs

As an additional bonus for this issue, below are more than 100 additional jobs:

Part 1. Remote or Multiple Locations - U.S.

Part 2. Additional Opportunities - U.S.

Jobs in this section are generally listed from East to West

Part 3. International Jobs

Jobs in 25 Cities Available via Bloomberg American Sustainable Cities

Jobs in 25 Cities Available via Bloomberg American Sustainable Cities

The Bloomberg Center for Public Innovation at Johns Hopkins University is currently hiring for the Bloomberg American Sustainable Cities initiative, a new three-year program to support efforts in 25 U.S. cities to build low-carbon, resilient, and economically thriving communities.

The 25 cities are: Akron, OH, Atlanta, GA; Birmingham, AL; Buffalo, NY; Charlotte, NC; Chattanooga, TN; Cincinnati, OH; Cleveland, OH; Columbus, OH; Dayton, OH; Hampton, VA; Jackson, MS; Kansas City, MO; Lansing, MI; Memphis, TN; Montgomery, AL; Nashville, TN; Newport News, VA; Oakland, CA; Philadelphia, PA; Pittsburgh, PA; Raleigh, NC; Rochester, NY; Savannah, GA; and St. Louis, MO.

The available roles are:

  • i-team (Innovation Team) Civic Designer. Links to the specific job announcements are available here.

  • i-team (Innovation Team) Director. Links to the specific job announcements are available here.

Employer Spotlight: Calvert Impact / Climate United

Jobs at Calvert Impact / Climate United

Calvert Impact is a global nonprofit investment firm that helps investors and financial professionals invest in solutions for people and the planet. During its 28-year history, Calvert Impact has mobilized approximately $5 billion to build and grow local community and green finance organizations.

They are currently hiring for the roles listed below. Most of these are with the Climate United. The Climate United Fund was recently awarded nearly $7 billion from the EPA’s National Clean Investment Fund and will be working to help reduce emissions and support sustainable economic development across the country.

These roles have flexible location requirements. You can apply via the links above or via this page.

Employer Spotlight: National Wildlife Federation

National Wildlife Federation

The National Wildlife Federation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting people with nature. They're currently hiring for more than 10 roles in a number of locations:

  • Fellow, Marine Conservation Policy

  • Senior Manager, International Programs

  • Senior Coordinator, Donor Relations

  • Senior Manager, Coastal Resilience

  • Regional Executive Director, South Central Region

  • Tribal Law Director

  • Accounts Payable Specialist

  • Beaver Conflict Resolution Fellow

  • Policy Director, Texas Coast and Water Program

  • Program Manager, Natural Infrastructure Center for Environmental Justice and Resilience (NICER)

  • Equity and Outreach Specialist

You can view and apply for these positions via this link.

While the positions are intended to be based out of various locations, there may be opportunities to discuss remote options. You can contact their HR department with questions at [email protected]

More than 75 Opportunities Available via the Clean Energy Innovator Fellowship Program

Clean Energy Innovator Fellowship Program

The application deadline is approaching for the next cohort of the U.S. Department of Energy's Clean Energy Innovator Fellowship (CEIF) which will provide more than 75 opportunities.

Clean Energy Innovator Fellowship (CEIF) Host Sites

This program funds recent graduates and energy professionals to spend up to two years with eligible Host Institutions, which may include electric cooperatives, grid operators, municipal utilities, public utility commissions, state energy offices and Tribal entities.

Fellows will receive a competitive stipend, health insurance, and an annual allowance for professional development. Reimbursement of relocation expenses may also be provided, if applicable.

Fellows are expected to begin their appointment in July or August 2024. The fellowship appointment is for one year and may be renewed for a second year.

The application deadline is May 3, 2024, and here are links for additional information:

This program has also been added to the Green Jobs Network fellowships website

New FUSE Executive Fellowship Available in Los Angeles

FUSE Executive Fellowship in Los Angeles

FUSE Corps is a national nonprofit that partners with local governments and communities to more effectively address pressing challenges by placing experienced professionals in local government agencies. FUSE Corps has worked on more than 250 projects in 42 cities and counties across 18 states serving a combined population of 25 million people. 

FUSE Executive Fellows are experienced professionals, with most having at least 12-15 years of work experience. Fellows are full-time employees of FUSE Corps and receive an annualized base salary of $80,000 plus benefits. Fellowships begin as one year assignments and may be renewed for a second year.

Applications are being accepted for a new climate-focused fellowship available in Los Angeles. The fellowship period is July 22, 2024 - July 21, 2025 and the preferred application deadline is May 29, 2024.

To learn more about this fellowship and apply click here.

Applications Being Accepted for Paid Summer Internships at SEIA

Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is a nonprofit founded in 1974 that serves as the national trade association for the solar and solar + storage industries and is creating the framework for solar to reach 30% of U.S. electricity generation by 2030.

SEIA is currently hiring for a number of paid summer internships:

  • Business Development Marketing Summer Internship

  • Communications Summer Internship

  • Energy Storage Policy Summer Internship

  • Legal Affairs Summer Internship

  • Research Team Summer Internship

  • State Affairs Summer Internship

  • Supply Chain & Trade Summer Internship

These internships will start in middle of June and end in the beginning of August. They are based in Washington, DC and generally are 20 - 25 hours per week. To learn more and apply click here.

These opportunities have also been added to the Green Jobs Network internships website

Application Deadline is May 3 for DSCEJ's HBCU Environmental Justice & Climate Corps Summer Internship Program

DSCEJ's HBCU Environmental Justice and Climate Corps Internship program

May 3 is the application deadline for the HBCU Environmental Justice and Climate Corps Internship program. This program from the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice (DSCEJ) provides five interns with an opportunity to work on a research-to-action project with a community-based organization in the following cities: New Orleans, LA; Baton Rouge, LA; Gulfport, MS; Mobile, AL; and Pensacola, FL.

Interns will conduct research in one of the following areas: Environmental Justice, Climate Change, Food Security, Environmental Health Disparities, and Environmental Policy

This is a paid internship opportunity and interns will receive $3,000. Applicants should have a passionate interest in environmental justice and climate change advocacy, be attending a Historically Black College and University (HBCU), and be a rising undergraduate Junior or above (including graduate student).

To learn more and apply visit

American Climate Corps Jobs Portal Launched

American Climate Corps jobs portal

The American Climate Corps jobs portal was officially launched earlier this week. You can explore opportunities and sign-up for updates at

The American Climate Corps was first announced by the Biden Administration in September 2023 and is an initiative to train 20,000 young people in high-demand skills for jobs in the clean energy economy.

The new jobs portal currently features more than 250 opportunities, which you can search by location, work environment, and focus area. The site is currently in beta and will include additional jobs as the American Climate Corps grows.

Green Jobs Network has been providing ongoing coverage of the American Climate Corps, which you can read here.

In addition, Green Jobs Network is excited to announce that the new American Climate Corps job listings are available via our job board for climate action, You can search for “American Climate Corps” on the job board or directly view the listings via this link.

American Climate Corps Jobs

Explore Pathways in Green Buildings and Solar with IREC’s Updated Careers Maps

IREC Solar Career Map

These maps are interactive resources that can enable users to identify and explore careers in these sectors. In addition, IREC recently released a free online course Exploring Careers in the Solar Industry.

This course and the updated maps have been added to the Green Jobs Network education & training website

Earth Week Briefing with Senior Biden-Harris Administration Officials on April 26

The White House

The White House Council on Environmental Quality will be hosting a free virtual briefing on Friday, April 26th at 12:00 pm ET/9:00 am PT for a virtual briefing with the following senior Biden-Harris Administration officials to celebrate Earth Week:

  • Brenda Mallory, Chair, White House Council on Environmental Quality

  • Ali Zaidi, Assistant to the President and National Climate Advisor

  • Laura Daniel-Davis, Acting Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior

  • Mark Rupp, Assistant Deputy Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

You can register and submit question in advance via this link.