Careers

The following positions are currently open at Woodwell Climate Research Center:

 

Woodwell Climate Research Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability or because they are a protected veteran.

Diversity, equity and inclusion at Woodwell

WE NEED ALL VOICES IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate change is the greatest challenge of our lifetimes. Woodwell Climate Research Center (Woodwell) understands that the climate crisis—from causes to consequences—is inextricably linked with persistent social injustice. Effectively addressing either requires addressing both. The climate crisis demands that we bring to bear all of the knowledge, expertise, innovation, and creativity that we can collectively muster, and those who have been marginalized and disproportionately impacted must be heard.

The work Woodwell does—the questions we ask, the ways we seek answers, and the strategies we put forward—is stronger when shaped by a diversity of knowledge, perspectives, and experiences. We strive to welcome, respect, and amplify differing voices. We value individuals as they are, with all their differences in race, age, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, language, and mental and physical abilities.

Woodwell acknowledges that our organization, and the scientific community more broadly, have a long way to go in living up to these ideals. We approach the work of improving our organization with the same ambition and commitment to systemic change that we bring to addressing climate change.

We will inevitably make mistakes, but we will continue to listen, learn, and do this critical work. We understand that this work requires an ongoing commitment from each and every one of us. We are actively engaged in building and sustaining an equitable and inclusive culture within our organization, and in fostering greater diversity in climate science.

 


 

Assistant/Associate Scientist — Soil Carbon Science

SUMMARY: This Scientist will join Woodwell’s Carbon Program with existing expertise in forest and soil carbon science. You will collaborate on and further develop an inspiring research program focused on understanding the role soil plays in the global carbon cycle with an emphasis on managing soils for climate benefits. Research directions may include but are not limited to understanding global change impacts on soil organic carbon, advancing soil carbon monitoring systems, and understanding how improved land management can be an effective climate adaptation and mitigation tool via soil carbon sequestration. You will be able to work across scales from the pedon to the globe applying a mix of field, laboratory and computer simulation methods. A strong data science background is desirable. You will be able to apply and communicate basic insights from soil science and biogeochemistry to the critical applied question of how we can better manage soil to meet sustainable development goals. You will collaborate inclusively with Woodwell scientists, the broader scientific and conservation communities, and private sector companies to provide the knowledge and tools necessary to implement nature-based climate mitigation strategies.

Responsibilities:

  • Leadership: Motivates and supports project team(s); inspires collaborative culture within project team(s) and Woodwell; holds self and others in the organization accountable for managing risk and delivering results; collaborates cross-functionally and with other organizations; provides critical thinking and innovation for center wide and network initiatives.
  • Create Knowledge: peer-reviewed academic publications, policy research publications, magazine-style pieces, grey literature, and technical reports.
  • Apply Knowledge: attendance and/or presentation at scientific, academic, policy or professional workshops and/or conferences, policy engagement, advisory work, and service to Woodwell.
  • Share Knowledge: public lectures, webinars, talks and engagement outside of usual professional meetings and advisory work, service to the broader and scientific communities, educational and public outreach
  • Management: collaborates and aids direct reports to create, apply and share knowledge; assists and mentors’ staff with individual research projects; supports Performance Management Process objectives and/or career advancement.
  • Fundraising: The Scientist must secure funding at individual, group, and/or Woodwell (institutional) levels. Funding encompasses any activity that provides financial support and enables Woodwell’s mission; including all potential funding streams such as federal research programs, philanthropic foundations, private donors, fundraising events, engaging with venture capital firms, etc.
  • Professional growth: The Scientist is expected to grow in their ability to create, share and apply knowledge, lead Woodwell’s organizational initiatives, manage teams (project and Woodwell-wide), and secure funding.

Required Qualifications, Education, and Experience:

  • Ph.D. and commensurate experience.
  • Record of successful research outcomes.
  • Record of successful funding.
  • Viewed as an emerging leader in their chosen discipline.

Application Deadline: July 30, 2021 or until filled.

Desired Start Date: September 13, 2021 (or flexible)

Location: Falmouth, Massachusetts

Classification and Compensation: This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position. Rank and salary are based upon experience. Woodwell offers a very generous benefits package.

Application Instructions: To apply, please send (1) a cover letter addressing your experience and qualifications in relation to the responsibilities of this position, (2) a research plan, (3) curriculum vitae, and (4) contact information for three references as a single PDF to careers@woodwellclimate.org. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Please type PDPI21 in the subject line.

 


 

Postdoctoral Researcher — Arctic Carbon

SUMMARY: We seek a postdoctoral researcher to collaborate on a project focused on carbon cycling in arctic and boreal environments. The postdoctoral researcher will lead the field component of this project, which includes extensive field-based research in the Yukon Kuskokwim (YK) Delta, Alaska. The successful candidate will work closely with a team of scientists at the Woodwell Climate Research Center and collaborators at other institutions to integrate the field observations with synthesis, remote sensing, and modeling data; contribute to the development of a web-based visualization platform; and engage the scientific community and other stakeholders at workshops and other venues.

Responsibilities:

  • Advance understanding of the processes driving tundra carbon fluxes in the context of permafrost thaw and wildfire.
  • Work closely with research team to design field campaigns to examine the drivers and magnitude of terrestrial and aquatic carbon fluxes in the YK Delta.
  • Conduct research in a remote field site.
  • Lead field measurements that include plant community composition, terrestrial ecosystem carbon and nutrient pools, aquatic chemistry, and CO2 and CH4 fluxes from aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems using chamber-based and eddy covariance methods.
  • Coordinate field- and lab-based research activities, including oversight of project research assistants.
  • Engage with scientists, policy makers, and other stakeholders at workshops and meetings.

Desired Qualifications and Experience:

  • Ph.D. (granted or expected soon) in Earth System Science, Ecology, or a related discipline.
  • Experience leading a large field-based research campaign.
  • Knowledge of arctic tundra carbon cycling (CO2 and CH4).
  • Expertise with eddy covariance methodology is strongly desired; experience and willingness to learn new techniques and methodologies is required.
  • Excellent interpersonal, teamwork, written, and verbal communication skills.
  • Demonstrated record of publication in scientific journals.
  • Ability to lead a research project and independently develop new directions.
  • Experience or interest in interacting with stakeholders (e.g., policy makers, community members, natural resource managers) is strongly desired.

Application Deadline: July 9, 2021

Desired Start Date: July 2021

Classification and Compensation: This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position. The salary range is $65,000 to $68,000. This is a 2-year fixed-term position with the potential to extend. Woodwell offers a very generous benefits package.

Location: Falmouth, Massachusetts.

Application Instructions: To apply, please send your cover letter addressing your experience and qualifications in relation to the responsibilities of this position, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references as a single PDF to careers@woodwellclimate.org. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Please type SNPD-21 in the subject line.

 


 

Postdoctoral Researcher — Forest Carbon Monitoring

SUMMARY: Woodwell seeks a postdoctoral researcher to join our forest carbon monitoring team to develop approaches and tools for better understanding global aboveground carbon dynamics. The project will combine field observations, new and existing satellite and airborne image data streams, time-series image analysis, and AI/machine learning algorithms to advance a system for mapping and monitoring changes in aboveground woody carbon storage across time and space. The monitoring system is expected to have research, policy, and market applications.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead the development of new approaches to generate Landsat/Sentinel time-series data streams
  • Efficiently implement and process large-area remote sensing data products from multiple sources/platforms in a high-performance parallel computing environment.
  • Adapt and refine code for time-series analysis, data fusion, and predictive modeling.
  • Lead the authorship of manuscripts describing the analytical approach and its application.

 Qualifications and Experience:

  • Ph.D. (granted or expected soon) in computer science, computer vision, data science, remote sensing, or related discipline.
  • Mathematical/statistical background including experience with Bayesian dynamic linear models and Kalman filter techniques.
  • Data science skills including proficiency handling large data sets and applying AI/machine learning algorithms.
  • Experience with cloud-computing, parallel processing, and/or Google Earth Engine.
  • Knowledge of/experience with existing and near-future NASA and/or ESA spaceborne optical, lidar, and/or radar platforms.
  • Experience with the R programming language, advanced skills preferred.
  • Experience with C/C++ or comparable programming languages.
  • Knowledge of carbon cycling in terrestrial (forest) ecosystems.
  • Oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work as a member of an established collaborative team.

Application Deadline: July 9, 2021 or until filled.

Desired Start Date: As soon as possible.

Classification and Compensation: This is a full-time, salaried, exempt, fixed-term position, with a competitive salary range. The salary range is $65,000 to $68,000. This is an 18-month fixed-term role with the potential to extend. Woodwell offers a very generous benefits package.

Location: Falmouth, Massachusetts preferred, remote possible.

Application Instructions: To apply, please send your cover letter addressing your experience and qualifications in relation to the responsibilities of this position, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references as a single PDF to careers@woodwellclimate.org. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Please type WWPD21 in the subject line.

 


 

Postdoctoral Researcher — Physical Climate Risk & Resilience

SUMMARY:

We seek a Postdoctoral Researcher to join our growing physical climate risk group for an initial three-year position (with the opportunity to extend based on funding). The successful candidate will conduct original research on near-term future climate risk and work alongside impacted communities at the intersection of physical climate risk with climate resilience.

Developing nations and under-resourced communities are disproportionately impacted by climate change, yet oftentimes lack the expertise and financial resources to anticipate and manage related risks. Woodwell’s vision is to address this critical need by providing climate risk assessments, pro bono publico, to under-resourced and over-exposed communities. You would join an ongoing project to refine, deliver and disseminate site-specific risk analyses to communities in the United States, Latin America and East Africa.

Your core task will be to develop granular assessments with thoughtful narratives for future climate change risks. You will work with our partners to understand potential downstream societal consequences. Your domain knowledge expertise will enhance Woodwell’s current analytical bandwidth across a broad and growing catalogue of climate perils: flood to famines, hurricanes to heat stress, and sea level rise to severe wildfire risk. Your communications savvy will allow for delivery of the consequences to policymakers, the public and in academic journals.

In addition to working with community leaders you will have the opportunity to engage with a range of external partners: businesses, asset management companies, environmental nongovernmental organizations and national security think tanks. This person will bring a creative and analytical approach to generating actionable climate insight. We seek an energetic, collaborative, mission-driven colleague who can successfully manage multiple projects and is motivated to apply their academic and professional experience to help fight climate change.

Woodwell values our postdocs and has a robust support system for this group of early career scientists, including mentoring, peer support, grant writing training, conference attendance and travel support, and much more. Woodwell postdocs meet bi-monthly to share ideas, resources, and network with each other across program areas. Woodwell postdocs and meet annually with all postdocs at the six scientific institutions in Woods Hole.

Responsibilities:

  • Research and model past, present and future physical and societal climate change impacts.
  • Process and analyze multi-temporal geospatial data, primarily climate model output and climate observations in NetCDF format.
  • Work with external and internal partners to match risk assessments with risk exposure.
  • Communicate research results to policymakers and the public, including publication in peer-reviewed literature and elsewhere.
  • Mentor research assistant(s).
  • Work in a highly collaborative, fast-paced, cross-disciplinary environment to analyze, synthesize, and present results.

 Qualifications and Experience:

  • Ph.D. (granted or expected within 2 months) in earth system science, climate science or a related discipline with demonstrated data analysis skills and programming experience.
  • Advanced programming skills based on practical experience with high-level language and tools such as R, Python, C++, MATLAB, CDO, NCL and/or FORTRAN.
  • Experience with collaborative code development and system scripting and familiarity with version control is highly desirable.
  • Experience managing large (terabyte scale) data volumes for analysis and visualization in a Linux environment and/or Google Earth Engine and/or other cloud-based platform.
  • Experience analyzing the results of global and regional climate models. Training or experience in Earth system modeling is highly desirable.
  • Familiarity with downscaling and bias correction techniques preferred.
  • Highly motivated and self-directed in advancing complex projects and a record of successful research.
  • Familiarity with the scope of climate science literature and the ability to clearly and succinctly bring it to an informed audience.
  • Ability to work in a collaborative environment with minimal oversight.
  • Ability to lead a research project and independently develop new directions.
  • Experience or interest in interacting with stakeholders (e.g., policy makers, community members, natural resource managers) is highly desirable.
  • Experience or interest in data science and very large-scale data mining and analysis
  • (e.g., modeling of structured data, statistical computation, applied machine learning) is highly desirable.

Application Deadline: June 15, 2021 or until filled.

Desired Start Date: As soon as possible.

Classification and Compensation: This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position. The salary range is $65,000-68,000. This is a three-year employment opportunity with the potential to extend. Woodwell Climate offers a very generous benefits package.

Location: Falmouth, Massachusetts preferred, remote possible.

Application Instructions: To apply, please send your cover letter, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references as a single PDF to careers@woodwellclimate.org. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Please type CSPD-21 in the subject line.

 


 

Research Assistant-Geospatial Analyst — Carbon

SUMMARY: Woodwell seeks to a hire a geospatial analyst to join our Carbon group. This is an opportunity for early career scientists. Your role will be in support of ongoing efforts to understand status and trends in forest carbon storage at scales ranging from local to global. This role will work closely with the lead scientist, fellow analysts, and a range of collaborators on applications spanning carbon cycle science, natural climate solutions, planetary health, Indigenous Peoples rights, biodiversity conversation, bioenergy, and carbon markets. This position requires familiarity with geospatial data, “big data” analytics, and advanced programming skills—with an emphasis on Linux and cloud-based computing on Google Cloud Platform and Google Earth Engine. We are searching for an intellectually curious, detail-oriented person who possesses a high level of quantitative literacy.

Responsibilities:

  • Process and analyze large, multi-temporal satellite image and derivative raster data sets.
  • Understand large databases of field-measured and remote sensing derived variables.
  • Perform complex geoprocessing utilizing cloud computing resources (e.g., Google Cloud Platform).
  • Conduct accuracy/uncertainty/sensitivity analyses.
  • Generate maps and other graphics for proposals, presentations, and publications.
  • Contribute to peer-reviewed journal article and grant proposal preparation.
  • Work independently and collaboratively in a collaborative environment to analyze, synthesize, and present results.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • B.S. (minimum) degree in a relevant scientific discipline (geography, ecology, forestry, environmental science, natural resource management), with demonstrated strong data analytical skills.
  • Experience managing large data volumes for analysis and visualization in a Linux environment and/or Google Earth Engine and/or other cloud-based platforms.
  • Ability to develop robust geospatial programming code (e.g., R, Python, GDAL, GEE) for raster/vector data manipulation and analysis.
  • Ability to assess and implement appropriate computational needs, create and manage scientific workflows, and ask questions/learn new skills as required.
  • Knowledge and interest in global climate change and climate justice research.
  • Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills.

Application Deadline: May 31, 2021 or until filled.

Desired Start Date: As soon as possible.

Fixed-term: This is a one-year fixed-term position. The position is funded beyond one year with the possibility of renewal contingent upon satisfactory job performance.

Classification and Compensation: This is a full-time, salaried, exempt, fixed-term position, with a competitive salary range. Woodwell offers a generous benefits package.

Location: Falmouth, Massachusetts

Application Instructions: To apply, please send your cover letter addressing your experience and qualifications in relation to the responsibilities of this position, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references as a single PDF to careers@woodwellclimate.org. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Please type WWRA-21 in the subject line.

 


 

Research Assistant — Arctic Boreal

SUMMARY: Woodwell Climate Research Center seeks a research assistant (RA) to join the Arctic Boreal group to lead image processing and data analyses for a new NASA-sponsored project. The position will use high resolution commercial imagery (i.e., from Planet and Maxar) to map the seasonal dynamics of water bodies (including small ponds) and inundated wetlands for tundra and boreal regions in Alaska. The RA will also assist with developing maps of methane emission budgets for aquatic systems and wetlands. The successful candidate will work closely with the project lead scientists at Woodwell and NASA.

Responsibilities:

  • Preprocessing of PlanetScope and RapidEye imagery (e.g., geolocation/image co-registration; qa/qc masking; regional mosaicking)
  • Developing a water body training/validation database for Interior Alaska and the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta (YKD) using Maxar WorldView imagery and data from GPS field surveys.
  • Using Planet imagery to develop a multi-year temporal record of surface wetness indices (e.g., NDWI) for Interior Alaska and YKD.
  • Improving and applying a semi-automated approach to identify landscape gradients of surface water across the regions, using a NDWI-based threshold approach.
  • Applying segmentation algorithms to identify and characterize seasonal and multi-year changes in individual water bodies within the region.
  • Providing summary statistics for water dynamics within the region, through pixel and object-based analysis.
  • Using information from a regional methane flux database, and the new record of surface water change, to develop monthly and annual methane emission maps for Alaska.
  • Assist with project reporting and manuscript writing for publication.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • M.S. degree in Earth System Science, Computer Science, Data Science or a related field.
  • Experience working with remote sensing image analysis and large datasets.
  • Programming skills; ability to develop and implement complex code in Python and/or R; familiarity with TensorFlow.
  • Signal processing and time series analysis skills.
  • Experience with high performance computing in a cluster or cloud environment.
  • Ability to use NASA’s ADAPT high performance computing system.
  • A track record that demonstrates the ability to work well with interdisciplinary research teams.

Application Deadline: July 16, 2021

Desired Start Date: August or September 2021

Classification and Compensation: This is a full-time, salaried, fixed-term, exempt position. The salary is $50,000. This is a one-year fixed-term position with the potential to extend. Woodwell offers a very generous benefits package.

Location: Remote or Falmouth, Massachusetts. There is a possibility of field work in Alaska.

Application Instructions: To apply, please send your cover letter addressing your experience and qualifications in relation to the responsibilities of this position, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references as a single PDF to careers@woodwellclimate.org. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Please type JWRA-21 in the subject line.

 


 

Early Career Scientific Research Assistant — Physical Climate Risk

SUMMARY: Are you searching for an opportunity to research and share the impacts of climate change and its social justice consequences with decision makers? Are you inquisitive? Do you like to tell stories about how the world is changing with data? Then you’ve found the right opportunity!

Woodwell Climate Research Center (Woodwell) is looking for an early career scientific research assistant to join our rapidly growing Physical Climate Risk Group.

In a typical week you will work with city and municipal leaders in the United States and abroad, asset management companies, influencers, environmental nongovernmental organizations and national security think tanks. Interesting…right?

Your work is focused on using global/regional climate model simulations and Earth observations to quantify future physical climate risk across a suite of climate perils. Everything from flooding to famines, hurricanes to heat stress, and sea level rise to severe wildfire risk.

A high level of quantitative literacy, familiarity with CMIP5/CMIP6 generation simulation experiments, “big data” analytics, and advanced programming skills—with emphasis on Linux and cloud-based computing on Google Cloud Platform and Google Earth Engine—are important in this role.

Intellectually curiosity and a variety of opinions are welcomed by the Risk Group. If you are passionate about climate change and climate solutions, this is the job for you!

Responsibilities:

  • Process and analyze multi-temporal geospatial data (with emphasis on NetCDF format), primarily climate model output and observations.
  • Develop metrics of climate stress to inform physical risk and downstream consequences on human systems and the built environment.
  • Consider societal impact of climate change, including environmental and climate justice inequities.
  • Visualize current and future climate risk indices.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • M.S. (preferred) or B.S. (with commensurate experience) degree in atmospheric, climate or environmental science or applied statistics with demonstrated strong data analysis skills.
  • Experience managing large data volumes for analysis and visualization in a Linux environment and/or Google Earth Engine and/or other cloud-based platform.
  • Ability to develop programming code (e.g., R, Python, CDO, NCO, GEE), create and manage scientific workflows and learn new skills as needed.
  • Knowledge and interest in global climate change and climate justice.
  • Ability to assess and implement appropriate computational needs
  • Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills.
  • Ability to work both independently and in a highly collaborative environment.

Application Deadline: Until filled.

Desired Start Date: As soon as possible.

Classification and Compensation: This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position, the salary range is competitive ($50K to $55K depending on experience). Woodwell offers a generous benefits package (health, dental, vision, four weeks of vacation, two weeks of sick leave, and retirement). This is a one-year fixed-term position. The position is funded for 3 years and we anticipate renewing fixed-terms annually.

Location: Falmouth, Massachusetts or remote.

Application Instructions: To apply, please email your cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references in one PDF to careers@woodwellclimate.org.  Please type RA-Risk in the subject line.

 


 

Chief Operating Officer

SUMMARY: Woodwell seeks an experienced Chief Operating Officer (COO). The position will manage operations and all financial aspects of Woodwell. As a member of the Senior Management team, this position ensures that Woodwell is effectively managed on a day-to-day basis while positioning the organization for growth. The COO reports to the President and Executive Director and works with the Board of Directors on a variety of strategic projects and represents the Woodwell staff on the Finance Committee. This role requires comfort in decision making while fostering a collaborative and inclusive work environment. The COO leads the following departments: Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Sponsored Research. Past experience managing multiple facets of a business or non-profit is required.

Responsibilities:

Finance

  • Ensure organizational accounting records are closed monthly in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Manage and update quarterly and annual expense, revenue, and capital expenditure budgets.
  • Develop 1, 3 and 5 year financial and operating plans.
  • Present budget versus actual information, forecasts, and strategic plans to the Board of Directors and Senior Management Team.
  • Manage annual audit with internal staff and outside auditors.
  • Ensure payroll and benefits are consistently applied, continuous and accurate.
  • Using existing accounting, grant management, and other internal software, provide scientists and grant managers updated and timely information including funds spent, funds remaining, and time remaining on grants.

Operations

  • Support the President and Executive Director, Deputy Director, and other external-facing departments to maximize decision-making for fundraising, partnering, and branding to further the organization’s vision and mission.
  • Manage the Administrative, Human Resources (HR), Information Technology (IT), Facilities, Sponsored Research Office (SRO), and Project Support departments to create, establish, and meet organizational goals.
  • Contribute to developing long-term strategic plans for the organization while creating an environment where all employees are excited about Woodwell’s future and their role in Woodwell’s success.
  • Embrace and promote inclusive, engaged employees, while assisting in creating a diverse work environment in collaboration with HR, Senior Management, and the Diversity, Inclusion, Retention, and Equity Committee.
  • Maintain and support internal employee and operating policies.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or related field required; MBA preferred
  • 10+ years as Chief Operating Officer (COO) or Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in a non-profit organization or 15+ years as COO or CFO in a for-profit organization
  • C.P.A. or equivalent experience required
  • Clearly demonstrate passion for climate change: knowledge of the key issues, and understanding of the seriousness of human-caused climate challenges facing the planet
  • History of strong executive leadership and team building skills
  • Excellent negotiator with ability to build agreements between parties
  • Effective communicator and active listener with all employees
  • Inclusive and fair leader with direct reports
  • Supportive collaborator with peers
  • Strong written and oral presentation skills
  • Operates comfortably in a growing organization with multiple projects and competing priorities.
  • Strategic thinker with ability to translate long-term vision into tactical action and goals
  • Dynamic problem solver who can think strategically while delivering concrete action plans with achievable results
  • Detail oriented. Strong financial and budgeting skills. Ability to compile and assemble financial information from many sources into cohesive plans, budgets, or decision-making tools.
  • Familiar with Sage Intacct accounting and grant management software, proficiency with Sage preferred
  • Ability to understand technical concepts and input from the IMS department, to ensure organizational software and hardware systems are optimally maintained and consistently operating
  • Proficient with spreadsheets, slide presentations, and word processing software including Google documents
  • Relocation required to the greater Boston/Providence area

Application Deadline:  July 12, 2021 or until filled.

Desired Start Date: August 30, 2021

Classification and Compensation: This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position. The salary range is competitive. Woodwell offers a very generous benefits package.

Application Instructions: To apply, please send your cover letter, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references as a single PDF to careers@woodwellclimate.org. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Please type COO in the subject line.