The Office of Sustainability is currently accepting applications for the following full-time position:
Read below for more information and application instructions.
The Senior Sustainability Data Analyst (Job Number: 12219) will provide analytical and tactical support for all sustainability projects with data-related needs and set an overall strategy for the collection, analysis, management, and communication of data and metrics. Will collect, manage, and ensure the quality and integrity of data from multiple sources throughout campus; oversee MIT¹s greenhouse gas inventory update and expansion process; perform cost analysis; assist with the development of relational and dimensional models and reports; write annual metrics performance report that includes infographics and graphs; manage the development of an overall sustainability analytics database for campus; develop well-defined sustainability financial reporting templates; support living lab projects related to campus systems (storm water, mobility, etc.); and collaborate with MIT’s Data Science and other partners to develop reporting and analytics.
REQUIRED: Bachelor¹s degree (master¹s preferred); at least five years¹ related data analytics work experience; experience with a statistical programming languages, (e.g., R, Python), database querying languages (e.g., SQL), predictive analysis techniques and tools (e.g., SAS, SPSS, R), and data visualization and communication tools (e.g., Tableau, D3.js); highly proficient MS Office skills; advanced knowledge of Excel; and ability to collaborate and function effectively as part of a team. Seek data-driven self-starter who demonstrates strong analytical, problem solving, strategic thinking, and project management skills. Experience in computer science, engineering, finance, or business related field preferred; as is experience working with energy and/or sustainability metrics. Experience working in higher education a plus.
MIT is an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or disability.