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Program Services Specialist I/II/Senior Energy Council Outreach

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El trabajo se debe realizar en o cerca de Oakland, CA
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Flexibilidad
A Tiempo Completo
Fecha de inicio
1 de julio de 2024
Fecha límite de postulación
31 de mayo de 2024
Educación
Bachillerato
Nivel de Experiencia
Intermedio
Compensación
USD $6425 - $9132 / mes

Descripción

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Program Services Specialist I/II/Senior

Energy Council Outreach

Program Services Specialist I monthly salary range: $6,425 - $7,901

Program Services Specialist II monthly salary range: $6,909 - $8,495

Senior Program Services Specialist monthly salary range: $7,425 - $9,132

The position may be filled at the Program Services Specialist (PSS) I, II, or Senior level, at the

discretion of StopWaste staff.

About StopWaste

StopWaste is a public agency committed to advancing environmental sustainability and building

healthy, equitable, climate resilient communities in Alameda County and beyond. By partnering

with non-profits, businesses, schools and local governments in the communities we serve, our

efforts are amplified and better tied to community needs in one of the most diverse and

dynamic regions in the country.

Advancing a circular economy is an aim that threads through our three programmatic focus

areas: waste prevention and material circularity, strengthening community food systems, and

accelerating construction innovation and a clean energy transition in buildings. Our strategy in

how we design programs is guided by the understanding that fostering equity and care for the

environment is imperative for building sustainable communities. Our work reflects our

commitment to these imperatives and is grounded in our unique approach to cultivating

environmental stewardship, developing partnerships, and fostering innovation.

The Position

This position is housed within StopWaste’s built environment team, which supports the goal of

promoting energy and resource efficiency in the Bay Area construction sector. The services we

offer include incentives and technical assistance, circular economy infrastructure and pilot

projects, building labeling, community and practitioner engagement, model policies and policy

support, advocacy, and research studies.

This position is funded through the Bay Area Regional Energy Network (BayREN) and will

support innovative energy efficiency and building electrification in Alameda County and the

greater 9-county Bay Area region. Responsibilities include promoting participation in energy

upgrade rebate programs through engagement, relationship-building, and outreach.

The PSS will support the BayREN Single Family, Multifamily, and Workforce programs. The

Single Family program is an equity-focused program that provides rebates and assistance for

single-family residents to make energy upgrades. The Bay Area Multifamily Building

Enhancements Program (BAMBE) is also equity-focused, providing technical assistance and

rebates to make multifamily buildings healthier, more comfortable, and more energy efficient

while reducing associated carbon emissions. BayREN’s Workforce, Education, and Training

program aims to connect low-income and underserved youth with work in the green economy

and provide them with a path to full-time employment. We believe that solutions are lasting

and impactful when developed alongside key partners and we are looking for someone who can

help us deepen the relationships needed to do that.

Job Responsibilities

Duties include the following:

• Develop an understanding of the needs of key stakeholders and determine how

program resources can support them with achieving their goals.

• Conduct outreach to a variety of organizations including, but not limited to, local

governments, community and faith-based organizations, community land trusts,

affordable housing advocacy organizations, high schools, community colleges, youth

organizations, contractors, homeowners, and multifamily property owners and

managers of both deed-restricted affordable and market rate housing.

• Take the lead in coordinating, promoting, and delivering community meetings,

presentations, workshops, trainings, and other events/outreach activities.

• Provide input on program design informed by hands-on community engagement work.

• Serve as the initial contact person to general inquiries and requests for information

regarding programs, workshops, events, and other outreach activities.

• Create and modify resources and presentations as needed and assist in the production

and distribution of outreach materials including case studies and videos.

• Manage the electronic mailing list and perform outreach through email and social

media.

• Analyze data to target marketing and outreach activities and determine the

effectiveness of various strategies.

• Coordinate with the StopWaste’s Communications and Community Engagement teams

on partnerships and outreach strategies.

Physical and Other Job Demands

• Possession of a valid California driver’s license. Proof of automobile insurance is

required if using a personal vehicle for work-related activities. Note that applicants do

not need to have their own car and the StopWaste Zipcar account may be used in lieu of

a personal vehicle.

• Must possess the ability to lift, carry, push and pull materials and objects weighing up to

25 lbs.

• Ability to adhere to StopWaste’s policy regarding teleworking, which currently requires

a minimum of two (2) days per week in the office and is subject to change based upon

the needs of the Agency.

• Ability to work a flexible schedule to accommodate occasional evening and weekend

events (virtual and in-person), as necessary.

Minimum Qualifications

The qualifications provided below are consistent with the PSS job classification description and

are the minimum for each level. StopWaste may offer the position at the PSS I, II, or Senior level

at their discretion.

Education and Experience

Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills,

and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:

Program Services Specialist I

Two (2) or more years of responsible experience in community outreach, resource

conservation, climate, or energy efficiency programs, as well as demonstrated experience in

partnership development, public speaking, conducting group trainings, and community

engagement.

Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth (12th) grade supplemented by college-level

coursework in human development, environmental studies, public policy, public health, public

administration, education, communications, urban planning, architecture, energy, or a related

field.

Program Services Specialist II

In addition to the education requirements for the PSS I classification, this position requires

three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in the areas listed above.

Senior Program Services Specialist

In addition to the education requirements for the PSS II classification this position also requires

one (1) additional year of increasingly responsible experience in the areas listed above.

Specifically, the applicant should possess the following skills and/or experience:

• Comfort with public speaking and the ability to communicate effectively both orally and

in writing.

• Experience in organizing or participating in diverse coalitions and developing strategic

partnerships.

• Understanding of how equity issues intersect with energy, public health, housing, and

workforce.

• Perform work in a self-directed but team-oriented and flexible manner with the ability

to analyze situations quickly and objectively to determine a proper course of action.

• Proficient in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

Additional desired qualifications:

• Have a general understanding of public agencies and environmental (climate, energy, or

materials management) policy in California.

• Fluency or proficiency in Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and/or Hindi.

• Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, CRM (Salesforce), Tableau, or other potentially

relevant software.

Application Procedure

Applications and correspondence will be accepted through email. Please email the following

documents to jobs@stopwaste.org and include the position title “Energy Council PSS” in the

cover letter and email subject line:

• Cover letter referencing the position title

• StopWaste Job Application

• Resume

The application can be downloaded at www.stopwaste.org/job-application. Application packets

may also be mailed to the StopWaste office:

StopWaste

Attn: Energy Council PSS

1537 Webster Street

Oakland, CA 94612

Deadline for the receipt of applications is 5:00 p.m. Friday, May 31, 2024

Interviews will be held the week of June 17, 2024 (in person)

Nothing contained in this job announcement is intended to create an employment contract,

implied or explicit with the Alameda County Waste Management Authority, an Equal

Opportunity Employer.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Program Services Specialist I/II/Senior

Energy Council Outreach

Program Services Specialist I monthly salary range: $6,425 - $7,901

Program Services Specialist II monthly salary range: $6,909 - $8,495

Senior Program Services…

Compensación

Sick Leave, Vacation, CalPERS pension, Medical, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Program, public transit subsidy, and more

Sick Leave, Vacation, CalPERS pension, Medical, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Program, public transit subsidy, and more

Nivel de Idiomas

Fluency or proficiency in Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and/or Hindi desired due to significant community outreach.

Fluency or proficiency in Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and/or Hindi desired due to significant community outreach.

Ubicación

Híbrido
El trabajo se puede realizar en o cerca de Oakland, CA
1537 Webster St, Oakland, CA 94612, USA

Cómo aplicar

Application Procedure

Applications and correspondence will be accepted through email. Please email the following

documents to jobs@stopwaste.org and include the position title “Energy Council PSS” in the

cover letter and email subject line:

• Cover letter referencing the position title

• StopWaste Job Application

• Resume

The application can be downloaded at www.stopwaste.org/job-application. Application packets

may also be mailed to the StopWaste office:

StopWaste

Attn: Energy Council PSS

1537 Webster Street

Oakland, CA 94612

Deadline for the receipt of applications is 5:00 p.m. Friday, May 31, 2024

Interviews will be held the week of June 17, 2024 (in person) 

Application Procedure

Applications and correspondence will be accepted through email. Please email the following

documents to jobs@stopwaste.org and include the position…

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