Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):
The City of Boston Environment Department works to foster sustainability and climate action throughout the City through numerous programs, initiatives, and policies. The Environment Department is implementing strategies to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, encourage energy efficiency, and prepare for climate change. In 2013, the City enacted the Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure Ordinance (BERDO), a requirement for large buildings in Boston to report their annual energy and water use to the City. The City makes the resulting metrics on energy and GHG emissions publicly available. Housed in the Climate and Environmental Planning Division (CEP), the BERDO program is now in its fifth year, with over 2,150 large buildings required to report annually.
The Climate and Environmental Planning Fellow for BERDO programs will work to support activities related to the BERDO ordinance, and other policies and programs of the Environment Department.
Hourly rate: $24.00
Hours per week: 35
Duration: Through June 30, 2020