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Open Positions

Assistant Carbon Manager

SIG is searching for an Assistant Carbon Manager for our US operations. The successful candidate will have the expertise and experience to support project managers and technical staff in the origination, development, and ongoing oversight of forest carbon projects to ensure compliance with standards, methods, and protocols adopted by American Carbon Registry and California Air Resources Board – Compliance Offset Program, and other carbon offset programs. SIG is a digitally native organization with personnel distributed across three continents. Therefore, the position is for remote work only, preferably based in US compatible timezones.

Senior Carbon Manager

SIG is searching for a Senior Carbon Manager for our US operations. The successful candidate will have the expertise and experience to lead project development and maintenance of US forest carbon offset projects to ensure compliance with standards, methods, and protocols adopted by American Carbon Registry and California Air Resources Board. This role will coordinate with technical managers on initial project development and ongoing project oversight, including forest inventory design, quantification and carbon modeling, QA/QC assurances, project documentation, and verification. SIG is a digitally native organization with personnel distributed across three continents. Therefore, the position is for remote work only, preferably based in US compatible timezones.

Full Stack Web Developer

SIG is searching for a Full Stack Web Developer for a variety of programs relating to our Natural Hazards, Environmental Mapping and Forest Carbon domains.
The successful candidate will have the expertise and experience to build decision support tools for our clients across the Americas, Africa, and Southeast Asia. SIG is a digitally native organization with personnel distributed across three continents. Therefore, the position is for remote work only, preferably based in US compatible timezones.

Remote Sensing and Geospatial Data Analyst

The successful candidate will have the expertise and experience to work closely with a small geospatial programmer team and project managers in developing geospatial tools, leading capacity building activities for client groups, and completing other tasks related to GIS and remote sensing. Proficiency with Google Earth Engine is highly preferred and experience with environmentally focused mapping and forest management projects is beneficial. The position may involve occasional travel to engage with clients for workshops, when conditions permit.