Climate Risk Assessment Analyst
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Position is on the staff of a management-consulting firm located in Tysons, VA specializing in government operations. LMI is a consultancy dedicated to powering a future-ready, high-performing government, drawing from expertise in digital and analytic solutions, logistics, and management advisory services. We deliver integrated capabilities that incorporate emerging technologies and are tailored to customers' unique mission needs, backed by objective research and data analysis. Founded in 1961 to help the Department of Defense resolve complex logistics management challenges, LMI continues to enable growth and transformation, enhance operational readiness and resiliency, and ensure mission success for federal civilian and defense agencies. We believe government can make a difference, and we seek talented, hardworking people who share that conviction. The Climate Risk Assessment Analyst will work at the LMI Tysons, VA facility and support various government clients throughout the National Capital Region.
- Providing technical climate science expertise across integrated project teams, assessing climate risk in a diverse array of near and long term strategic planning activities including, but not limited to, master planning, facility design, construction, and operations, fleet management, national security, workforce planning, supply chains, and mission critical infrastructure.
- Conducting technical research on a broad range of climate hazards, risks, and risk mitigation strategies as well as environmental and sustainability topics including, but not limited to, sustainable building technologies, energy and water efficiency, climate change adaptation and mitigation, environmental remediation technologies, and analytical methods.
- Compiling, analyzing, and managing large, complex data sets and translating into succinct presentations, reports, and policy recommendations for diverse federal stakeholders.
- Preparing climate adaptation plans and risk assessments and working with subject matter experts to develop well-informed risk mitigation strategies.
- Tracking and assessing impact of climate and environmental policies, procedures, and processes at the federal government, state government, and federal intra-agency level.
- Demonstrating LMI capabilities to current and potential federal clients to support capability and business development goals. Scheduling, managing, and documenting client engagements.
- Supporting LMI Mid-level and Senior Consultants with day-to-day program activities including, but not limited to:
- Developing and updating strategic/long-term plans, environmental plans, and sustainability plans.
- Documenting and maintaining procedures and guidance for tracking client projects and program performance.
- Preparing technical training manuals, Microsoft (MS) Power Point presentations, project briefs, blog posts, and climate related technical documents.
- Undergraduate degree in environmental science, engineering, geology, chemistry, or other physical science.
- 0-3 years' experience in climate assessment, energy, and facilities
- Demonstrated personal and professional interest and leadership in climate change risk management and a strong ability to translate complex scientific data relevant to a client's specific mission, portfolio, and/or assets.
- Strong skills in MS Office applications. Advanced analytical abilities in MS Excel required. Experience with Tableau and Access preferred.
- Demonstrated creative problem-solving skills and ability to develop climate risk solutions including development of decision support frameworks and analytic tools that integrate within existing LMI and/or client systems, processes, and protocols.
- Strong technical reading, writing, and proofreading skills in performing quality assessment/quality control.
- Demonstrated professionalism in client settings, including interpersonal and presentation skills.
- Ability to work independently. Must be able to prioritize tasks, meet deadlines with minimal supervision, and efficiently manage time across multiple tasks.
- Working knowledge of current federal and state climate and environmental policy/regulations.
- Ability to contribute to a professional work environment by demonstrating integrity, promoting teamwork and fostering positive communication. Ability to develop and maintain professional relationships in LMI's multidisciplinary environment.
- Availability for travel as required. Limited local travel to client sites in Washington, DC is typical.
- Applicants selected for this position may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. For this position, LMI will only consider applicants with current security clearances or applicants who are eligible for security clearances. Please note that only U.S. Citizens are eligible for a security clearance.