Overview

EPIC seeks a Senior Analyst for its Technology program. The Senior Analyst, a full-time employee, will help us create, advocate, collaborate, and advance projects related to digital infrastructure and technology in environmental agencies. We are looking for someone with good instincts for talking to and working productively with government agencies and familiarity with data, tools, and technologies that can enhance and accelerate conservation and environmental protection. The Senior Analyst’s responsibilities could vary depending on the interests and qualifications of the successful candidate but likely include: figuring out ways to build policies that encourage and support the use of technology in conservation and environmental programs.

 

Full position description here.

 

Responsibilities

– Help implement our strategy for building capacity, improve policies, and refining data in government agencies

● Manage outreach and engagement on policy issues at the state and federal level to advance digital infrastructure and technology use across environmental agencies.

● Track and analyze proposed legislation and regulations related to technology for environmental stewardship.

● Draft blogs, reports, memos, and letters communicating EPIC’s priorities to a variety of audiences ranging from frontline communities to leaders of federal agencies.

● Support applied research and analyses of policy issues by leading and writing up interviews with experts and practitioners, and searching for and synthesizing relevant information.

● Find the tools and services with the best potential for environmental benefit and help us figure out how to get them put into use.

● Help develop and interact with an extensive network of contacts, including government agencies, private companies, and nonprofit partners, that are keen to improve environmental digital services.

● Organize and facilitate convenings and public events to highlight prominent issues and solutions.

Tagged as: environment, environmental justice, policy, technology