Sustainability Project Manager in US-Remote

  • Title: Sustainability Project Manager
  • Code: RCI-143172-1
  • RequirementID: 118149
  • Location: US-Remote
  • Posted Date: 05/21/2024
  • Duration: 6 Months
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  Job Description

Budget Approved (Y/N): Y for FY24, pending FY25

Candidate Location Requirements: Remote

Daily Schedule & OT estimate: 40 hours a week, standard hours but must be flexible as will be working with different time zones in North America and South America.

Chance for Extension (Y/N): With likely extension till 10/31/24

Top 3 Hard Skills Required + Years of Experience

  • Minimum 3+ year's experience with candidates' ability to read regulatory proposals, analyze them and translates them into something that they can discuss with engineering teams.
  • Minimum 3+year's experience with stakeholder engagement. The ability to work across teams, across backgrounds, and across time zones.
  • Minimum 3+ year's experience with PowerPoint to create slides

Purpose of the Team:

  • The purpose of this team is Client cloud environmental, social and governance.
  • The new era of transparency for Client for data from customers and regulators.
  • The team is working on how to deal with those requests.
  • Looking at regulatory trends and requirements.
  • Work with the engineering team to put documents together for the polices/white papers.
  • Then provide them to the government affairs team to review, then it goes to the policy makers.
  • This candidate will assist with reviewing proposals, checking websites, looking at the current pipeline.
  • Help provide input to the government, help with building processes so management can understand.
  • Protecting Client licenses to operate data centers.
  • Will be part of a global team for North America and South America, not required but a plus if the candidate can speak Spanish and Portuguese.
  • Must be able to help create slides for management.

Key projects:

  • This role will contribute to some expertise around sustainability driven or environmental regulations.

Typical task breakdown and operating rhythm:

  • The role will consist of 50% working on deliverables for the year.
  • Putting content together, driving the teams for input to regulatory requirements.
  • 25% scanning and screening the regulatory landscape, so the team has the right level of understanding of what's of what's coming. The rest of the time would be participating into regulatory consultations and preparing content for senior management.

Job Description:  

  • You will be part of the team of focused peers and have the opportunity to provide subject matter expertise to the Corporate Government Affairs team for the Americas region and state level.
  • You will work with subject matter experts to understand and integrate datacenter technical requirements, corporate sustainability objectives, and business strategy, to define and develop recommended positions, communications, and responses in connection with specific regulatory topics or enquiries in collaboration with other groups at Client.
  • Be ready to innovate, to leverage existing solutions, and to creatively engage an extended network of contributors and experts.
  • Success in this role means you have contributed to building world-class datacenter engineering and operations and have translated deep technical knowledge into clear communications that helps to inform sound environmental regulations.
  • Client’s cloud and AI infrastructure is growing at an incredible pace and this role will have a significant impact to our future success.
  • In alignment with our Client values, we are committed to cultivating an inclusive work environment for all employees to positively impact our culture every day.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Acting as a CO+I engineering ESG regulatory subject matter expert to condense complex engineering requirements into public policy recommendations, partnering with the corporate-wide Government Affairs team in the Americas at state and country-level.
  • Collecting, researching, and analyzing changing public state and country-level requirements of the cloud services business and technical teams working on datacenter design, construction, operations, and innovation.
  • Identifying opportunities for informing and identifying potential improvements to existing and emerging public environmental policy.

Minimum qualification: 

  • 3+ years of relevant experience in legal, regulatory analysis and advocacy, datacenter engineering, datacenter design, or deep sustainability experience in large infrastructure in the Americas and state-level.
  • 3+ years of experience with the ability to engage externally with a complex external landscape made up of multiple environmental coalitions, regulatory bodies, and other stakeholders in the Americas.
  • 3+ years of strong sustainability background and familiarity with business, technology, economics, legal, and public policy experience
  • 3+ years of experience in the relevant disciplines of environmental regulations and environmental due diligence at the national, state, and country-level.

 



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