February 22, 2024
About Our Company
CalBio is the leading developer of dairy digesters for generating renewable electricity and vehicle fuel in California. Founded in 2006, CalBio has worked closely with the dairy industry and state agencies to develop programs to help the state achieve its methane reduction goals while delivering a new revenue source to California dairies.
Job Description & Responsibilities
CalBio is seeking an analytical and highly motivated Junior Data Analyst to join CalBio’s Data Team within the GHG Program. Working under supervision of the Senior Data Manager, the Data Analyst’s primary role is to support the collection, processing, and analysis of data required for the timely and successful generation of Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) credits, Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) RINs, and Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) across CalBio’s portfolio of projects. The position offers the opportunity to become part of a growing team and advance professionally in a role that contributes to the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Principal Duties And Responsibilities
Core responsibilities include the following:
- Collect, track, organize, and analyze large data sets and documents required for reporting to regulatory agencies for credit generation, GHG reporting, grant reporting, etc.
- Track important metrics associated with each digester project for the purpose of communicating to internal and external stakeholders.
- Collaborate within CalBio’s Data Team and with other GHG team members to create and implement efficiencies in data management procedures.
- Problem‐solve and troubleshoot errors, misreporting, incorrect data, and other issues that may arise during the data collection and analysis process.
- Conduct research on and develop a strong understanding of relevant GHG accounting protocols for quantifying methane and other GHG emissions from livestock operations and projects.
- Maintain the highest level of integrity, accuracy, and transparency in GHG accounting practices.
- Participate in site visits with dairy farmer partners, verifiers, and internal teams.
Additional responsibilities include the following:
- Regulatory Program Support: CalBio regularly undergoes audits from third-party verification bodies seeking to provide assurance regarding the LCFS & RIN credits have been generated in accordance with their respective programs. The Junior Data Analyst can expect to work closely with members of the GHG Team in engaging with third‐party verification bodies during audits, validations, and annual verifications, which may involve problem‐solving and troubleshooting errors, misreporting, incorrect data, and other issues that may arise.
- Other: CalBio is a growing company where roles and responsibilities may evolve over time as needs arise. The Junior Data Analyst is expected to adapt when help is needed in areas which are not described in this job description. As knowledge and interests within the company develop, opportunities will be given to pursue these further to the extent possible.
- Bachelor’s degree in engineering, data science, computer science, environmental science, finance, business, economics, Mathematics, or related field required.
- 0-2 years of professional experience related to renewable energy, oil and gas, agriculture, sustainability, and/or environmental/climate issues in business, government, or the non-profit arena. An equivalent combination of education (e.g., master’s degree) and experience will be considered.
- Data collection, quantitative analysis, and visualization skills as well as advanced in MS Excel and/or proficiency in basic programming language(s). Technical experience tracking sustainability-related metrics (e.g., GHG emissions, energy, wastewater) and more advanced quantitative analysis or modeling is a plus.
- Technical experience in, familiarity with, or interest in the energy and/or dairy livestock sectors.
- Exceptional organizational skills and extraordinary attention to detail required.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to synthesize and interpret technical information for various audiences.
- Demonstrated ability to work independently and within a collaborative team environment.
- Enjoy the challenge of exploring new issues and subject areas.
- Proficiency in Windows-based applications (Outlook, Word, and Excel) on a PC required.
- A valid driver’s license and ability to safely operate a motor vehicle in California is required.
- Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required.
The position will ideally be based in our Costa Mesa, CA offices, with an option to work remotely up to three days per week.
Periodic site visits will be required in industrial and agricultural environments, primarily outdoors in the central valley of California. Temperatures range from 30 deg F in the winter to 115 deg F in the summer. Limited exposure to hazardous materials and/or toxic fumes will require the use of approved personal protective equipment. Exposure to heat, noise, flammable materials, rotating equipment, and other conditions normally encountered in an industrial environment should be expected. California Bioenergy will ensure all applicable work rules and safety requirements are closely adhered to.
What we offer
Salary And Benefits
The salary range is between $55,000 to $65,000 per year. Position includes a competitive benefits package including health, dental, vision, bonus, paid time off, 401k matching program, and more.