VIEW JOBS1/28/2022 12:00:00 AM2022-04-28T00:00About the Role
Sustainalytics is seeking a qualified ESG analyst to join its ESG analyst team focusing on Oil & Gas. This new position presents an exciting opportunity to conduct company ESG analysis that will form a part of our flagship ESG Risk Rating. Investment professionals and corporates leverage the ESG Risk Rating and its underlying research to enhance investment processes and corporate ESG performance. The role involves ESG risk and controversy analysis for companies, contributing to investor and corporate client meetings, and providing insights for thought leadership and other use cases of analysts' expertise. You will join a growing and strategically important team and contribute to the development of a vibrant community of sector analysts. You will engage in training and development programmes which support your career development to become a top ESG analyst. The ideal candidate will have both a background in capital markets and sectoral expertise.
* Research, analyze and rate the ESG risks and involvement in controversies of companies in the global Oil, Gas and Coal industries.
* Prepare and publish company ESG Risk Rating reports to investor and corporate clients.
* Research and track ESG trends and issues relevant in your sector of expertise.
* Contribute to responding to client queries and support clients in integrating your research insights into their investment decision-making and ESG performance.
* Contribute to the development of intellectual capital and provide insights that feed into internal and external thought leadership.
* Graduate degree in related discipline (business, finance, environment and/or social science); ESG certifications considered an asset.
* At least 2 years of relevant work experience; ideally in responsible investing, consulting, capital markets or oil & gas.
* Strong knowledge and understanding of the financial services industry, SRI/RI market, and ESG aspects of extractives industries (ideally oil & gas).
* Excellent research, analytical and writing capabilities.
* Presentation skills (both in spoken and written formats), e.g., ppt skills, client interaction skills.
* Effective planning and time-management skills; resourceful, flexible, driven and self-motivated.
* Ability to work and adapt in a rapidly changing environment.
* Alignment with Sustainalytics' mission, vision and values.
Sustainalytics is a Morningstar company dedicated to responsible investment with over 25 years' experience in ESG research and ratings. With an extensive client base across asset managers, asset owners and investment banks, our mission is to provide the insights required for investors and companies to make more informed decisions that lead to a more just and sustainable global economy.
As Morningstar's ESG center of excellence we are responsible for driving both the commercial success and innovation of its ESG products as well as its overall ESG strategy.
In these times, we rely on virtual team meetings and management practices, as well as a remote buddy program, to support a smooth integration in our virtual offices. New team members are onboarded and start their first day with the company from the safety of their homes.
For more information, visit www.sustainalytics.com
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Finance and Operations
At Salesforce, our Real Estate is an expression of our values and commitment to providing world-class office spaces for our Ohana. As part of our commitment to operational excellence, we also support and adhere to San Francisco ZeroWaste 2020 initiative, which works with businesses to reduce landfill waste and requires commercial buildings to reach minimum diversion rates or incur fines. The environment is a key stakeholder at Salesforce and we are proud to support the city's initiative by devising innovative solutions to showcase our commitment to excellence to our customers, partners, employees, event guests and visitors.
The Zero Waste Program Manager will work cross-functionally with teams to understand all areas where the business generates waste and devise and execute a plan to programmatically reduce our impact. Under direction from the REWS Leadership and Green Building Manager, the Program Manager, Zero Waste will organize, direct and coordinate with the Facility managers , events team, barista staff, hospitality team and relevant stakeholders to ensure that Salesforce is meeting all regulatory requirements and striving for continuous improvement.
The following is a summary of the job responsibilities:
* Manage the HQ waste program to ensure compliance with San Francisco ZeroWaste 2020 regulation. Work with the events team to drive zero waste events through sourcing, education and awareness
* Collaborate with the Sustainability team to understand best practices and how to align with Sustainability policies. Collaborate with the Earthforce employee leads to set quarterly targets, assist with Earth Day and special events, as well as implement waste, recycling and compost optimization strategies.
* Work with hospitality team to continually drive waste reduction in the snack program and identify cost-effective, proactive, innovative solutions to challenges such as reducing single use plastics
* Develop and execute a campaign to educate barista staff and reduce waste in our barista bars. Devise and execute strategies for reducing waste related to construction activities and office relocations
* Schedule quarterly waste sorting education events for our HQ facilities, and major hubs in the US
* Work with Salesforce Design and Green Building Manager to create global permanent and temporary waste signage standard
* Be the primary liaison with building property management regarding monthly waste audits and work with Facility Managers when issues arise
* Create and maintain training resources and tools to educate employees on proper landfill, recycling and compost disposal
* Maintain waste sorting playbook and communicate updates to Facility Managers
* Assist with LEED O+M waste requirements to ensure compliance and re-certification. Assist with managing waste vendors, contracts and schedule Quarterly Business Reviews to set and assess waste KPIs
* Create communication plan related to proper waste sorting, such as posting to Slack
* Audit waste signage continually to ensure consistency and that updates are implemented as needed. Keep an audit of waste signage for global facilities
* Develop and implement waste communication on digital screens to be displayed throughout our offices
* Maintain REWS waste website and update policy or regulatory changes
* 4+ years of experience managing a waste program, San Francisco experience preferred
* Knowledge of real estate terms and process
* Experience managing vendors, agreements and contracts
* Experience setting targets, collecting and analyzing data, and driving results
* Proficient in G-Suite products
* Ability to develop high-quality presentations, one-pagers and information packages for clear and effective communication
* Must be detail oriented and organized
* Minimal travel required
* Excellent interpersonal communication skills
* Ability to adapt to changing priorities while managing multiple projects
* Experience in delivering best in class customer service
* Experience developing and managing behavior change programs
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VIEW JOBS1/7/2022 12:00:00 AM2022-04-07T00:00Department
Library C & A - Access Serv - Coll Mgmt & Circ - Regenstein Stacks
About the Department
As a center of intense intellectual inquiry, the University of Chicago Library aspires to be the most dynamic research and learning environment in the world, supporting the University's commitment to research and teaching and to using its intellectual resources to help solve the world's problems. Even as we continue to focus on building and preserving our renowned collections, the Library is assuming new roles that are vital to research, innovation, and learning at the University. In the process, we are leveraging the deep expertise of Library staff, developing services that support new avenues of research, and expanding access to and preservation of scholarly resources in ways that advance the goals of the University community and the needs of the next generation of scholars. In pursuit of this mission, the University of Chicago Library's Human Resources team is committed to providing ongoing support and outstanding services to all of our employees. Through a range human resources services and programs, we strive to source, develop, and sustain expertise, skill, commitment, and an innovative spirit in our staff, and to foster a work environment that supports creativity, inclusion, growth, and collaboration.
Reporting to the Head of Collection Management & Circulation, the Collection Maintenance Assistant will work under the direction of the Head and the Lead Bookstacks Assistant. This position performs routine collection maintenance functions, including checking in, sorting, routing, and shelving library material, planning and implementing shifts of the physical collections, and training and overseeing the work of student employees in a range of simple library tasks and special projects. This position also provides customer service to patrons and other library departments by searching for library materials.
* Assists Lead Bookstacks Assistant in monitoring daily workflow of the department and directing and prioritizing student employee assignments and in the training of student employees to perform the work of the department.
* Accurately processes, sorts, and routes incoming library material and resolves or refers problems encountered in that process.
* Performs routine collection maintenance, including planning, implementing and overseeing the shifting of the physical collections, processing of unbound periodicals, shelf reading, updating signage, and other special projects as required.
* Performs searches for a wide variety of library material, including items requested by patrons or staff and as part of routine quality control.
* Collects, reviews, and maintains data and statistics as needed to perform duties, ensure accuracy, and identify and report potential problems.
* Identify priorities in order to recognize and resolve or refer problems
* Exhibit business acumen and organizational astuteness
* Ensure decision quality, accountability and drive results
* Exhibit resilience and optimize resources
* Effectively manage performance
* Demonstrate strategic agility
* Foster positive partnerships and collaboration
* Communicate effectively and with influence
* Display emotional intelligence
* Celebrate diversity and inclusion
Education, Experience, and Certifications:
* High School Diploma or equivalent required.
* Bachelor's degree preferred
* A minimum of one (1) year of work experience in a library or equivalent environment required.
* Demonstrated attention to detail and accuracy required.
* Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team required.
* Demonstrated ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, set priorities, and meet deadlines required.
* Ability to manage interpersonal relationships and interact with clarity, tact and courtesy with faculty, students, and others required.
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.
* Excellent customer service skills required.
* Demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgement required.
* Demonstrated excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills utilizing appropriate resources to resolve issues required.
* Ability to develop and maintain collaborative relationships with diverse constituencies required.
* Demonstrated ability to coordinate the work of others preferred.
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
* Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word required
* Ability to learn a range of position-related software applications required
* Working knowledge of Microsoft Office required.
* Basic reading knowledge of a foreign language, particularly non-Roman script, strongly preferred.
* Knowledge of integrated library systems preferred.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements
* Required to work Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May be required to work additional weekends during peak book return periods.
* Ability to shelve and retrieve materials at varying heights.
* Ability to bend, crouch, or stoop and climb up to a 3' stepladder.
* Ability to push/pull loaded book trucks.
* Ability to carry or lift loads of 25 to 49 lbs.
* Ability to make repetitive wrist, hand, or finger movements.
* Ability to see, including color, depth perception, or clarity; must be able to visually focus on print and electronic material for long periods.
* Ability to sit for 4 hours or more.
* Ability to stand for up to 4 hours.
* Ability to use computers extensively for 4 hours or more
Pay Range: $15.89 - $18.36
* Reference List
When applying, the document(s) MUST be uploaded via the My Experience page, in the section titled Application Documents of the application.
COVID-19 Vaccination or Approved Medical or Religious Exemption Required
Please refer to Additional Requirements to see the pay ranges
Scheduled Weekly Hours
024- Local 743, I.B.T. Clerical
Job is Exempt
Drug Test Required
Motor Vehicle Record Inquiry Required
Health Screen Required
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