Analyst, Certification Programs

Full-Time (Permanent)

Posting Date: December 12th, 2018

Application Deadline: Ongoing (Open until filled)


Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) and the Green-e certification programs are seeking a full-time analyst to join our innovative, team-oriented environment to assist program participants and manage the implementation of our growing suite of Green-e programs. Green-e is North America’s leading independent consumer protection program for the sale of renewable energy and greenhouse gas reductions, helping to facilitate market-based solutions that drive sustainable energy and climate action. Green-e is administered by the nonprofit CRS, located in the Presidio of San Francisco, California.

This is a great opportunity to gain practical renewable energy, climate change, and corporate social responsibility experience.



The Analyst should expect to spend the majority of his/her time on the following types of activities. The list below is not exhaustive:

Green-e Operations (80%):

  • Manage relationships with Green-e Energy and Green-e Climate program participants by acting as a Green-e Regional Representative for a portion of North America
  • Manage certification applications, onboard and train program participants, conduct contract renewals and terminations, review and improve related internal program processes and documentation
  • Conduct semiannual Marketing Compliance Reviews for Green-e Energy and Green-e Climate participants
  • Support the annual verification process for Green-e participants
  • Support renewable energy facility documentation review process throughout the year, including evaluation of renewable energy claims
  • Respond to general Green-e email inquiries and inbound calls; perform program administration duties such as meeting minutes, mailings, and website updates; and support data-related projects and develop other Green-e data management skills
  • Support program outreach in Representative’s region, or elsewhere as needed

Program Outreach/Development and Other Activities (20%)
Depending on applicant’s interest, background, workload, and availability, the position may include other activities, such as:

  • Business travel to meet with program participants and conduct program outreach
  • Provide research support to Green-e Climate and Green-e Marketplace programs
  • Support other outreach efforts for Green-e and CRS programs, including through social media channels, public speaking, and webinars
  • Other projects as they arise and as the Analyst has interest and ability


Compensation and Scheduling

This is a full-time, 40-hour per week paid staff position. The Analyst is expected to work from the CRS office. Some travel is expected.


Qualifications and Preferred Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in a related field with relevant work experience and/or coursework
  • Enthusiastic self-starter
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Study or work experience in environmental policy, electricity markets, climate change, and/or carbon offsets
  • Passion for renewable energy
  • Excellent research, writing, and quantitative skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects while keeping a firm focus on priorities
  • High level of comfort contacting current and potential program participants by phone and email in a professional manner
  • Microsoft Office Suite competency, including manipulation of large data sets in Excel
  • Experience with Salesforce and/or web design is a plus
  • Experience with program compliance, verification, and enforcement is a plus
  • Fluency in a foreign language, especially Mandarin, is a plus

This is a full-time, 40-hour per week paid staff position. The Analyst is expected to work from the CRS office. Some travel is expected.

To learn more about CRS and its hiring guidelines, visit CRS Jobs.