About the Job
The C2C Senior Program Manager is a key member of the Climate Solutions Collaborative team with significant research, analysis and communication responsibility. The Senior Program Manager will support the C2C Senior Program Director by providing the analytical foundation for a new program focus on the Net Zero Pathway in the Paris Accord. This role will track policy changes, financing breakthroughs, and investment initiatives and support C2C members in
their unique investment approaches. This position offers ample opportunity for writing, creativity, network building, and professional growth.
- MBA or business related graduate degree, or similar experience.
- At least three years professional experience in climate-related finance or climate finance policy.
- Strong research, analytical, data and project management skills.
- Exceptionally strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Highly organized, detail-oriented, efficient and self-directed work style.
- Ability to build trust and easy rapport with investment professionals and industry thought leaders required.
- Experience in working on a small team with limited administrative / office support.
- Emotional and social intelligence, and the ability to perform under pressure with ‘high power’ executives with grace, poise, and (hopefully) humor.
- A high level of discretion for both professional and personal affairs.
Confluence Philanthropy’s mission is to transform the practice of investing by aligning capital with our community’s values of sustainability, equity, and justice.
We support and catalyze a membership network of private, public and community foundations; family offices; individual donors; and their values-aligned investment advisors representing more than $92B in philanthropic assets under management, and over $3.5T in managed capital. Confluence is an international organization, with the majority of members based in the U.S., and a handful in Europe, Canada, Latin America, and East Africa. Our members represent a diversity of institutions, charitable asset types, personal and professional roles, and programmatic missions, but we share a commitment to values aligned investing.
Two national annual conferences, webinars, trainings, and specific investment and change strategies translate learning and connection into concrete action. We promote values alignment, when prudent and feasible, through a variety of asset classes, investment vehicles and advocacy strategies, including cash, proxy voting, shareholder engagement, program-related investing, screening public equities, and private equity.