At Cadmus, our Strategy and Policy Group specializes in next generation solutions to today's most pressing challenges. We advise clients across the globe on new strategies in the fields such as energy, climate, water, and mobility. Our consultants possess deep expertise in strategy development, policy design, program and project management, stakeholder facilitation, and market analysis. Along with our German subsidiary IFOK, we employ consultants in the United States and Europe.
Overview of the Sustainability Fellowship
The Sustainability Fellowship Program provides Masters-level students and recent graduates with an opportunity to increase knowledge and gain work experience by actively contributing to our sustainability consulting projects. Twice a year, we recruit two fellows to work in the downtown Boston office for a period of six to nine months. Fellows serve as full-time or part-time junior staff members providing research and other support to senior staff on a wide range of projects within our key expertise areas. Our projects often include policy and market analysis, barriers and opportunities assessment, best practices for policy development and program design, stakeholder engagement and facilitation, and quantitative analysis and database management.
Key aspects of the Cadmus Fellowship Program include:
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Each fellow’s time will be split between two primary activities:
1. Direct Project Work (90%). With guidance from senior staff, fellows work directly on Cadmus consulting engagements. Depending on a fellow’s experience and past professional background, this may include conducting research, interviews, writing, project management, administrative support, quantitative analysis, and/or direct client engagement.
2. Research Project (10%). Fellows are responsible for conducting independent research during their tenure at Cadmus. With oversight from senior staff, fellows conduct research and analysis on projects designed to advance key goals or explore new concepts within Cadmus’s core business areas.
Cadmus is seeking sustainability fellow candidates with the following qualifications:
Compensation: Cadmus offers a stipend for the fellowship, commensurate with relevant work experience and education. Fellows may receive opportunities to apply for full-time positions or sub-contract on specific projects after successfully completing the program.
Application Deadline is Monday, Dec. 18th, 2017
To be considered, applicants must include the following documents:
Cadmus is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other legally protected group status.
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