New York Power Authority

The New York Power Authority is America's largest state power organization, with 16 generating facilities and more than 1,400 circuit-miles of transmission lines.

State and federal regulations shape NYPA's diverse customer base, which includes large and small businesses, not-for-profit organizations, community-owned electric systems and rural electric cooperatives and government entities. We provide the lowest-cost electricity in New York State and we're the only statewide electricity supplier.

New York Power Authority White Plains, New York, USA
Jun 07, 2018
Temporary
Tracking Code8885Job Description The Project Analyst - Sustainability is responsible for projects and assignments that support the Sustainability Program and advance NYPA’s efforts to integrate sustainability across company operations. Under the guidance and supervision of the Director, Sustainability, the Project Analyst works with inter-departmental teams to identify, develop and implement projects that improve sustainability performance at each step of the value chain. Responsibilities vary by project but include research, quantitative analysis, project management, preparation of reports and presentations, and development of training resources. Required Skills Manage projects across NYPA business units and departments: define project scope, develop detailed work plans, and coordinate project teams involving multiple stakeholders. Conduct analysis of company performance data, including statistical analysis and cost/benefit analysis. Develop tools and resources for data and performance management. Research and analyze industry data to support the development of strategy, policies and programs. Prepare reports and presentations for internal and external use. Prepare training materials as needed. Strong analytical and quantitative skills; proficiency in statistical analysis and cost/benefit analysis preferred. Strong organizational and project management skills; ability to handle multiple projects. Strong research skills. Ability to work independently; must be self-motivated and able to meet deadlines. Ability to work in teams and to interact effectively with diverse stakeholders. Excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills for internal and external audiences. Knowledge of environmental and sustainability issues. Knowledge of sustainable operations. Knowledge and understanding of corporate policies, procedures and business practices preferred. Required Experience Bachelor’s degree in sustainability, environmental science or related field, required. Master’s degree preferred. Project management experience required; direct experience working on sustainable operations preferred. Knowledge of environmental and sustainability issues required. Proficiency in Excel and statistical software required. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
New York Power Authority White Plains, NY, USA
Jun 07, 2018
Tracking Code 8888 Job Description The Environmental Justice Program Specialist is responsible for coordinating and communicating NYPA programs in support of environmental justice (EJ). Through contacts and initiatives identified by NYPA, the incumbent with interact with NYPA EJ stakeholders in communities surrounding NYPA facilities and projects across the state of New York. The incumbent will be primarily responsible for raising awareness of and securing support for NYPA’s programs and initiatives. The candidate will be responsible for building and maintaining relationships with elected and governmental officials, civic and community leaders, public opinion makers, business executives and special interest groups in those EJ communities that Power Authority facilities and/or energy efficiency projects. Develop and implement energy efficiency and educational programs within EJ communities, which include local schools, not for profit organizations, and state and city organizations consistent with NYPA’s mission, and goals. Research and report to Manager on issues pertaining to Environmental Justice communities. Actively research opportunities for NYPA representation in targeted local, regional and/or professional organizations to enhance NYPA’s profile. Conduct Workshops and Trainings for community members Recognize opportunities to leverage NYPA’s community resources to further company goals. Prepare written reports & presentations for management. Coordinate the development of promotional, educational and outreach communications materials. Travel to all regions of New York State to implement NYPA programs and to represent NYPA at community events is required. Required Skills  Highly effective verbal, written & presentation skills. Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to work in diverse communities, understanding ethnic, social and economic issues. Ability to interact directly and independently with all levels of management both internally & externally as well as with government officials. High degree of motivation, with the ability to handle competing priorities, while demonstrating a high level of attention to detail. Must be a self-starter, able to work with limited guidance and able to exercise discretion, independent judgement and decision making when necessary. Ability to undertake significant travel, weekend and evening work to coincide with community events and workshops. Ability and willingness to attend meetings/events outside of normal business hours. Required Experience Bachelor degree in English, Public Administration, Environmental Studies or related field. Understanding of electrical industry. Experience in community outreach or teaching. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite applications including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint  Proficiency in Spanish (reading, speaking and writing) is a requirement for one of the positions. NOTE: Also see  Tracking Code 8887 for  for another job listing for a Temporary Environmental Justice Program Coordinator Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com