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Duke Energy
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States (on-site)
2 days ago
Duke Energy
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
(on-site)
2 days ago
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Industry
Energy/Utilities/Gas/Oil/Electric 
Min Experience
7-10 Years
Min Education
BA/BS/Undergraduate
Required Travel
10-25%
Job Function
Environmental Manager

Description

More than a career - a chance to make a difference in people's lives.

Build an exciting, rewarding career with us – help us make a difference for millions of people every day. Consider joining the Duke Energy team, where you'll find a friendly work environment, opportunities for growth and development, recognition for your work, and competitive pay and benefits.

See more on Duke Energy's clean energy strategy here

Please note: It is expected and preferred that this position be based in Washington, DC or Charlotte, NC. However, the hiring manager may elect to fill with a highly qualified individual at any Duke Energy regional office location.

Job Summary

The Strategic Engagement & Sustainability Director role is for individuals who have demonstrated a proficiency and subject matter expertise in sustainability, specifically in environmental and social NGO engagement. This position helps Duke Energy as a sustainability leader, by supporting the company’s environmental and social narrative during the clean energy transition. It helps enhance the company’s reputation, increase transparency on our progress, and support the company’s corporate strategies. The position cultivates external and internal relationships to amplify Duke Energy’s leadership in this space. This position will report to the Managing Director of ESG and Sustainability.

The Strategic Engagement & Sustainability Director will

  • Identify and partner with stakeholders (i.e., leading environmental and social NGOs, economic development organizations) to bring subject matter expertise, solutions, and resources into impacted communities.
  • Build and maintain relationships with external stakeholders at the national level, especially environmental non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and social-NGOs in common areas of clean energy transition. 
  • Continue build out of an enterprise-wide strategy for just transition and environmental justice to better serve customers and communities.
  • Serve as internal subject matter expert on social justice trends within the industry and support voluntary disclosure reporting on those topics
  • Update business units and work with Corp Comm on timely issue briefs on emerging sustainability topics (Human Rights Policy, Just Transition, Environmental Justice) and support burgeoning nature-based solutions disclosure (ecosystem services, land use, etc). Help business adopt industry leading best practices, i.e., partner with Supply Chain and jurisdictional business units as needed.
  • Demonstrate innovation and shape corporate narrative on our clean energy transition progress.  Continue to build proof points on economic development and job creation.
  • Position the company in industry forums to accelerate our impact efforts and position Duke Energy as a leader in the industry: Conference of Parties, etc.
  • Engage the business to establish strategic programs and partnerships as well as goals or KPIs and monitor performance
  • Prepare materials for the Environmental Social and Governance Strategy & Disclosure Committee to ensure timely review of information
  • Use problem solving and conflict management skills to resolve challenges
  • Represent Duke Energy as needed at external events and with external stakeholders.

Responsibilities

  • Lead enterprise-wide strategy for environmental social impact topics related customers, employees and communities. Demonstrate innovation and shape corporate narrative with compelling proof points to strengthen our voluntary disclosure

  • Identify and engage with external stakeholders (eNGOs and sNGOs) to bring subject matter expertise, solutions and resources into communities impacted by fossil fuel retirement and load growth related to the clean energy transition

  • Position the company in industry forums to accelerate our efforts and position Duke Energy as a leader

Basic/Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Public Policy, Business, Communications, Law, Political Science or other related degree
  • In addition to bachelor's degree, seven (7) years minimum of related work experience
  • In lieu of bachelor's degree AND seven (7) years minimum of related work experience listed above, high school diploma/GED AND twelve (12) years minimum of related work experience

Desired Qualifications

  • Successfully navigate a matrixed organization
  • Navigate internal and external relationships to achieve business objectives and maintain positive working relationships
  • Work effectively with long-distance management
  • Demonstrate communications skills, problem solving and conflict management skills
  • Demonstrate reporting experience and narrative building
  • Demonstrate strategic acumen, competence, and experience
  • Work effectively across the lines of business- with finance, accounting, investor relations, compliance, audit and/or federal policy
  • Building corporate transparency on social issues
  • Present to, and work effectively with, senior management on voluntary disclosures
  • Preferred fields of study: business, political science, law, energy, communications, public policy, English or other related fields.

Working Conditions

  • It is expected and preferred that this position be based in Washington, DC or Charlotte, NC. However, the hiring manager may elect to fill with a highly qualified individual at any Duke Energy regional office location.
  • This position will be located primarily in an office environment, and travel to various locations is anticipated and will vary, 10-25% on average. If located outside of Washington, DC, travel % would increase to 15-25%
  • Hybrid – Work will be performed from both remote and onsite locations after the onboarding period. However, hybrid employees should live within a reasonable commute to the designated Duke Energy facility.

Travel Requirements

15-25%

Relocation Assistance Provided (as applicable)

No

Represented/Union Position

No

Visa Sponsored Position

No

Posting Expiration Date

Monday, April 22, 2024

All job postings expire at 12:01 AM on the posting expiration date.

Please note that in order to be considered for this position, you must possess all of the basic/required qualifications.



Job ID: 73104651

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