Who We Are
At Cadmus, we recognize that solving the world’s most challenging problems can’t be accomplished alone or with cookie-cutter solutions. That’s why we look for team players and problem solvers who are driven to use their unique perspectives and intellectual curiosity to help deliver breakthrough solutions that achieve transformative goals. On the Cadmus team, you’ll collaborate with leading experts to help our clients across the globe.
Cadmus’ mission is to deploy industry-leading expertise to help our clients achieve extraordinary results that strengthen society and the natural world. We offer competitive compensation, outstanding health care and retirement benefits, a vibrant and collaborative work environment, and opportunities for professional growth. We are committed to advancing diversity and fostering a culture of equity in the workplace and across society, and we strive to maintain an inclusive environment where all employees feel connected, respected, and valued.
Join Cadmus. Let’s solve the world’s most challenging problems together.
What You’ll Be Doing
The Cadmus Group seeks a motivated analyst to join our growing Sustainability and Resilience team. Sustainability and Resilience directly supports government, corporate, and non-profit organizations seeking to achieve climate, energy, and sustainability goals; prepare for all types of disasters; and enhance their overall resilience.
Analysts within the Sustainability and Resilience team have varied analytic responsibilities, including research and writing; qualitative and quantitative analysis; policy review and development; disaster planning and preparedness; stakeholder engagement; and interfacing with clients. Analysts support a variety of projects and tasks across climate, energy, environment, and emergency preparedness domains; this may include helping federal agencies mitigate and adapt to the effects of climate change, supporting state-level clients with sustainability and clean energy efforts, and conducting crisis simulations and disaster exercises for local governments.
Our ideal team member is a driven, detail-oriented analyst capable of creative problem-solving and working across multiple teams. Potential candidates are not expected to have interest/experience across all of the areas noted above. Rather, ideal candidates will have interest across a subset of the topics and are willing to learn and support projects across the different domains.
Some domestic travel may be required for this position in a post-COVID-19 environment.
- Conduct policy analysis and research on sustainability and resilience topics under the direction of a project manager and working in collaboration with other team members
- Support climate mitigation, adaptation, clean energy, resilience, and/or emergency preparedness efforts of government, private sector, and non-profit clients
- Conduct research, interviews, and analyses focused on technical, policy, and/or financial implications of climate sustainability, resilience, and preparedness policies
- Support stakeholder outreach, coordination, and communication; support the development and conduct of multiple types of events, including stakeholder workshops, crisis simulations and exercises, training seminars, and large-scale client meetings; support research, administration, and logistics for events
- Collect data and information to prepare reports, assessments, and analytic materials
- Use qualitative and quantitative analytic techniques to draw conclusions from data, potentially including quantitative analysis and visualization of large and varied datasets
- Work with clients to perform administrative tasks, such as scheduling, organizing meetings, and taking notes
- Write, edit, and proofread documents or sections of documents, such as technical reports
- Occasional domestic travel may be required
- Bachelor’s degree and/or master’s degree from an accredited university
- Two or three years of demonstrated professional experience in climate adaptation, sustainability and energy, resilience, government, emergency preparedness, or related fields (Note: A relevant master’s degree may be substituted for 2 years of experience)
- Excellent analytic, communication (oral and written), research, and presentation skills
- Strong attention to detail and the ability to self-edit and quality-check all work; ability to review, quality-check, and edit the work of supporting team members
- Experience interacting with clients, to include implementing client requests and initiatives
- Experience across one or more of the following areas:
- Client and stakeholder outreach, engagement, and communications
- Policy analysis, development, assessment, and evaluation
- Qualitative and quantitative analysis across energy, environmental, buildings, transportation, and/or resilience domains
- Ability to manage tasks and deadlines across multiple projects
- Proficiency in relevant software programs including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
- Some domestic travel may be required for this position in a post-COVID-19 environment.
- Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States as a U.S Perm Resident or U.S. Citizen.
- Experience working directly for or with local, state, and/or national governments, and/or nonprofit organizations
- Consulting and/or private sector experience
- Data analytics, data visualization, and/or GIS expertise
Based on eligibility and job status, Cadmus offers an excellent benefits package to include: medical, dental, vision, company paid disability and life insurance, 401(k) program, paid time off (PTO), paid holidays, voluntary time off (VTO), tuition reimbursement, adoption assistance program, other optional benefits and various bonus programs.
Full vaccination against COVID-19, and compliance with Cadmus’ vaccination verification procedures, is a condition of employment with Cadmus, unless the individual is legally entitled to a reasonable accommodation. Prospective and/or new U.S. employees will be required to submit proof of vaccination on their first day of employment. “Full vaccination” means two weeks have passed since the individual received: 1) their second shot in a two-dose vaccine series (such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine) or 2) their shot in a single-dose vaccine series (such as the Johnson & Johnson vaccine). Information regarding the process for requesting a reasonable accommodation will be included in the offer letter issued to any prospective employee.
Cadmus is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and prohibits unlawful discrimination. Cadmus is committed to providing a respectful workplace where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation (including gender identity and/or expression), national origin, military and veteran status, physical and mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.