Jobs & Careers

The Center for Climate Strategies is currently seeking an Administrative Assistant, a Financial Assistant, and a China Program Intern. Please scroll down for descriptions of each position. 

Administrative Assistant

CCS is currently seeking an Administrative Assistant to assist the organization with accounting, contracts, human resources, office administration, and proposals.

Requirements:

Responsibilities Include:

Accounting

Contracts Administration

Human Resources

Office Administration

Policies and Procedures

Proposals

This position is part-time, 20-30 hours per week, with the potential for full-time. If interested, please send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to info@climatestrategies.us.

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Financial Assistant

CCS is currently seeking a Financial Assistant to assist the organization with accounting, contracts, human resources, office administration, and proposals.

Requirements:

Responsibilities include:

Accounting

Other

This position is part-time with the potential for expanded administrative duties and full-time. If interested, please send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to info@climatestrategies.us.

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China Program Intern

The Center for Climate Strategies (CCS) is currently looking for a China Program Intern to help move CCS’ China Low Carbon Development project forward via research, translation, technical, and outreach assistance for our senior team and help effectively and efficiently manage the logistics surrounding team events, tours, and trips, among many other things. Our main focus this summer and fall will be planning, organizing, and conducting the next steps of CCS’ work on U.S.-China information, policy, and technical exchange, support, and capacity building around the integration of climate, energy, environment, and the economy. We are continuing our work with our Chinese NGO partner, the Global Environmental Institute (GEI), and U.S. and Chinese experts to adapt and scale up application of CCS’ micro and macro economic analytical tools and methods at the subnational level in China, and include air quality in our planning and analysis toolkit. 

Duties:

Qualifications:

Compensation:

Please submit a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to info@climatestrategies.us if you are interested. This position will be based in CCS' downtown Washington DC office.