Administrative Analyst I - Energy, Climate, and Performance Management

  • Grand Rapids MI
  • Grand Rapids, MI, USA
  • Jun 13, 2019
Full time Admin Assistant/Environmental Support Climate Change/ Resiliency Energy Efficiency Energy - Solar Sustainability

Job Description

Nature of Work

The purpose of this job is to provide professional level administrative support services to a department head or other administrative position. Manages assigned projects. Work as staff liaison to the various departmental divisions and programs and outside agencies; may act as staff liaison with the media. In some instances, this position will have supervisory responsibility.

The Energy, Climate and Performance Management position will report to the Sustainability and Performance Management Officer in the Executive Office and support a variety of job duties. In general, this position will spend 60% of the time on energy and climate work and 40% on performance management. This position will be assigned projects within the scope of the categories listed below and may be assigned additional relevant tasks as needed.

  • Energy and carbon performance tracking & analysis 
  • Identify & implement carbon reduction strategies 
  • Assess and oversee solar energy opportunities 
  • Manage energy intern & oversee energy team 
  • Support the creation and implementation of carbon reduction programs & policies for the community 
  • Research & benchmark energy and carbon innovations and best practices 
  • Provide support for performance management and administration of the City's recently adopted strategic plan.

The complete job description for Administrative Analyst I with the required knowledge, skills, abilities, and work environment/conditions can be viewed here.

Minimum Training and Experience

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Business, Public Administration, Government or a related field
  • At least two (2) to four (4) years of progressively responsible related work experience
  • Any equivalent combination of training, education, and experience that provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities

Other Necessary Qualifications

  • A master's degree in energy, sustainability or a related field is preferred
  • Experience with energy or carbon projects (energy efficiency, climate mitigation, renewable energy, energy justice, carbon inventories, climate science, etc.)
  • Knowledge of data tracking and analysis
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Excel (equations, graph generation, pivot tables, etc.)
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as presentation creation skills
  • Ability to conduct thorough research that is professionally formatted

Other Information

TENTATIVE HIRING TIMELINE
Phone Interviews: Week of July 8th
Finalist Interviews: Week of July 15th
Desired Start Date: August 12th
 
THIS POSITION IS OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
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Sector

Government- Local/Regional

Salary

$56,713.00 - $72,424.00 Annually