Voluntary Carbon Market Strategist (San Francisco, New York City or London)

Location
San Francisco
Job type
Full-time
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About Patch

Climate change is a complex, systemic challenge, but the solutions can’t be. As long as climate action is hard to access for companies and consumers, we’ll never have enough unified impact to avoid 1.5°C.

Patch is the platform scaling unified climate action across companies of all sizes, their customers, and their networks. We do this by simplifying and democratizing access to the voluntary carbon market, making it easy for carbon credit sellers to manage inventory and go to market and for buyers to access that supply. We have the broadest selection of vetted carbon credits available, accessible through direct purchases, multi-year offtake agreements, or in any digital transaction using our API.

Companies like Bain & Company, Credit Suisse, and Route rely on Patch to help them accelerate their climate impact while engaging their customers in climate-first experiences. Patch pairs cutting-edge software with impartial, transparent project scrutiny to make climate action accessible and reliable for everyone, so we can rebalance the planet — together.

About position

What you'll do

  • Act as the main carbon point of contact for Patch’s Go-To-Market team for technical climate and Carbon specific questions, representing the network of supply/project developer partners to the greater Patch team while delivering relevant and valuable market insights.
  • You’ll advise companies and internal stakeholders on strategies for taking climate action using the Patch platform and ecosystem
  • Identify and develop business cases for new technical and commercial solutions based on carbon market trends and movements
  • Collaborate across Patch’s Go-to-Market, Supply, and Partnerships teams to achieve commercial objectives directly related to Carbon Markets.
  • Facilitate a positive, customer-obsessed experience throughout all team and customer collaborations.

Who you are

  • You have a significant amount of direct experience working with strategies for carbon removal, carbon credits, voluntary carbon markets, and working directly with customers, clients, project developers, and partners. 
  • You have knowledge of voluntary carbon credits, offtake strategies, carbon finance, the voluntary carbon market, climate solution technologies, participants, and market trends.
  • You enjoy problem-solving and are a structured thinker. You have the ability to create simple, yet effective frameworks that guide others through your process in a consultative way. 
  • You are an expert communicator that can take the technical climate and carbon-related concepts and put them into terms anyone in your audience can understand 
  • You have a proven track record working both independently and also alongside teams like  Engineering, Product, Design, and Partnerships 
  • You are currently located and able to work out of San Francisco, California, New York City, New York, or London, England. 

What makes Patch exciting

  • Work with the most talented team in climate tech
  • Competitive compensation and meaningful equity
  • Monthly wellness stipend for mental and physical health
  • Remote-first, asynchronous work culture
  • Time-off as-needed vacation policy
  • Generous parental leave policy
  • The salary for this role if filled within the United States is $150,000-$250,000 and varies based on factors like level of experience and market rates. Full-time employees will also be eligible for equity and insurance.

  • If you are extended an offer, that offer may be contingent upon your successful completion of a background check, which will be conducted in accordance with applicable laws. We may obtain one or more background screening reports about you, solely for employment purposes.

Let’s get the world back in sync

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