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Climate Change/Air Permitting Manager

Reference 586794  (Please mention Stopdodo/Environment Jobs in your application)
Town/City Oakland
Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Senior Level
Deadline 21/07/2009
Company Name Shaw Group
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Shaw Environmental & Infrastructure, Inc. is a leading, full-service provider of environmental and infrastructure services for public and private sector clients worldwide. A subsidiary of The Shaw Group, Inc., a Fortune 500 company with more than 27,000 employees worldwide, we are looking for the best talent in the industry to join our growing team. We are currently seeking a ­­­­­Climate Change/Air Permitting Manager in our Concord, CA office.   


  • Build and lead a climate change practice group.
  • Requires a strong background in conventional air quality fields such as ozone/PM analysis and abatement, with strong writing and communication skills.
  • Requires the judgment and ability to contribute to project/practice areas including the research, analysis, implementation, and policy development of: greenhouse gas emission inventories and mitigation measures;
  • Climate change adaptation assessment measures (especially as they relate to water resources and water quality);
  • Methodologies to determine climate change impacts on ecological resources (terrestrial and aquatic species, flora and their varied habitats);
  • Methodologies to explore the nexus between transportation planning, land use, sustainability and planning, and climate change; and renewable energy and energy conservation measures.
  • Qualifications:

    • Should have Bachelor's degree in environmental related programs and 5 – 10 years experience in project management and CEQA/NEPA.
    • Should have demonstrated and sustained expertise in assessing the risks of climate change (impacts) and developing and analyzing risk management (adaptation) options.
    • Candidates will have a proven ability to manage concurrent multidisciplinary projects with experience in preparation and management of climate change, gas emissions, climate policy, ecological impacts, and economics initiatives related to global warming.
    • Strong business development skills highly desirable.
    • Strong organizational and writing skills are essential.
    • To be considered at the senior level, applicants must have demonstrated success in capturing government contracts as well as private sector engagements
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