The C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, now in its 15th year, connects 94 of the world’s greatest cities which have committed to tackling climate change. We bring mayors from around the world together to learn from each other in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and creating resilient, sustainable and low carbon cities. C40 cities represent more than 700 million urban citizens and their economies account for 25% of the global GDP. C40’s ‘Deadline 2020’ report sets out the critical role that the world’s major cities have to play in delivering the historic Paris Agreement to prevent catastrophic climate change.
C40’s team of 200+ staff is headquartered in New York, with offices in London, Rio de Janeiro, Copenhagen, Beijing and Paris and individual staff based across 25+ different locations. C40 is primarily funded through the generous support of philanthropic foundations.
The strategic direction of the organization is determined by an elected Steering Committee of C40 mayors which is chaired by the Mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti. Three-term Mayor of New York City Michael R. Bloomberg serves as President of the C40 Board of Directors, which is responsible for operational oversight. A nine-person management team, led by Executive Director, Mark Watts, leads the day-to-day management of C40. C40’s three core strategic funders are Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) and Realdania.
C40’s Measurement and Planning Initiative focuses on building technical capacity within C40 cities to facilitate them adopt an evidence-based approach to tackling climate change.
This is achieved by facilitating knowledge transfer and peer-to-peer exchange; delivering training and technical support; and developing standards, processes, and tools. The Measurement and Planning Team leads the delivery of the C40 Climate Action Planning Programme to assist cities in the development of ambitious climate action plans.
This role will involve developing and managing materials and resources used as part of the Climate Action Planning Programme and leading on the GHG inventory development workstream.
The role will involve working closely with colleagues across the Measurement and Planning team, including members of the regional climate action planning programme teams, the modelling team, as well as local contractors. The role will also support review of technical work undertaken through the programme.
The climate change mitigation technical manager will be responsible for:
Other Requirements: Applicants must already have the right to work in the United Kingdom. Some travel may be required as part of the role.
Term: Fixed Term Contract until 30 September 2020
Salary: £41,855 per annum
Closing date for receipt of applications is Sunday, 26 January 2020.
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