California Climate Reserve

The Climate Action Reserve is an environmental nonprofit organization that promotes and fosters the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through credible market-based policies and solutions. A pioneer in carbon accounting, the Reserve serves as an approved Offset Project Registry (OPR) for the State of California’s Cap-and-Trade Program. The Reserve also establishes high quality standards for offset projects in the North American voluntary carbon market and operates a transparent, publicly-accessible registry for carbon credits generated under its standards. We are an equal opportunity employer, headquartered in Los Angeles, California with satellite offices around the U.S. For more information, please visit www.climateactionreserve.org.

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California Climate Reserve Remote (Los Angeles, California, USA)
May 11, 2021
Full time
Primary Responsibilities The Business Development Manager promotes the work of the Reserve, encourages collaboration with the organization on its initiatives and may represent the Reserve in various settings. The incumbent will be an integral team member with a direct role in identifying and cultivating the organization’s external relationships. Specific groups the Business Development Manager will work with include offset project developers, voluntary and compliance buyers, corporate representatives, other participants in the carbon market, associations, fellow environmental nonprofits and other players in carbon reduction initiatives. The Business Development Manager is expected to work creatively to identify and support appropriate outreach opportunities. Salary and Benefits Salary is commensurate with experience and skills. The Climate Action Reserve offers a rich and comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, 403(b), and generous paid time off...
California Climate Reserve Remote (Los Angeles, California, USA)
May 11, 2021
Full time
Primary Responsibilities The Operations Manager is responsible for oversight of key administrative and financial functions of the organization, including accounting, tax, insurance, contracts, human resources, and information technology. The Operations Manager also contributes to the strategic vision of the Reserve and ensures sound financial decisions are made. The Operations Manager also assists the President with Board relations and governance best practices. More specifically, the Operations Manager’s major duties include the following responsibilities: OPERATIONS In collaboration with the Operations Team, ensure the day-to-day support of all staff in areas such as contract management, information technology, purchasing, etc. Oversee office systems to increase efficiency and ensure effective communication. Maintain and update organizational insurance policies FINANCE Ensure the overall efficiency and accuracy of all accounting functions and compliance...