Aither is looking for ambitious and experienced applicants who share our vision of helping companies be compliant with nature to join our Voluntary Carbon project development department. Working closely with the management team, the candidate will develop carbon projects from beginning to end. Additionally, the candidate will ideally be interested in and contribute to project and strategy development to help Aither’s grow its voluntary carbon portfolios.
Carbon Development Professional to manage and execute the development of household devices carbon projects such as cookstoves, water purifiers, LED lighting.
CARBON PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
- Conduct pre-screening/screening of projects to identify basic eligibility for carbon certification, potential methodology, estimated ER production, and estimated working capacity required for project development;
- In addition to technical criteria of a carbon project, the candidate should also consider and weigh the socio-environmental benefits of projects and factor these into assessments of projects and manage co-benefits information and data collection;
- Work with and manage field partners through the carbon project cycle from the design stage to the issuance of carbon credits, including designing baseline and monitoring surveys, developing project design documents, monitoring reports, conducting validation and verification, field visits, etc.
- Participate in the preparation of monitoring report activities for external and internal purposes;
- Provide technical information and requests from carbon buyers;
- Estimate costs, timelines, and capacity for new and existing project development;
- Team planning and resource management – manage internal resources to deliver projects successfully;
- Stay up to date with carbon market news and developments, including technical methodology updates and new project development opportunities.
- At least 4 years of experience developing and managing carbon projects, from pre-screening and feasibility studies to credit issuance (Gold Standard, Verra, CDM, etc.).
- Strong technical understanding of the following households devices Carbon Projects, in particular those most relevant in a development context and demonstrating most market potential for scalability.
- Understanding climate finance mechanisms and knowledge of GHG accounting methodologies is a plus.
- Master’s degree or equivalent in a relevant subject (environmental science or engineering, international development, business management, etc.).
- Strong understanding of global standards/protocols/markets, specifically CDM, VCS and Gold Standard.
- Experience conducting project feasibility assessments;
- Proved expertise across the full project development lifecycle, including project design documents, verification, and monitoring reports;
- Comfortable with providing budget (financial and carbon) calculations;
- Experience working with carbon contracts and related legal agreements.
- Experience with managing projects and workplans;
- Advanced user of Microsoft Office, specifically with Microsoft Excel to conduct data analysis and financial model development.
Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Cookstoves Carbon Project Developer Candidate” in the subject.