Prince William County Green Business Council
PWC Job Opportunity
NEW Climate and Energy Program Manager Position:
About this role:
This new full-time position will be implementing recommendations from the county’s Community Energy and Sustainability Master Plan (CESMP) which focuses on strategies to reduce the county’s greenhouse gas emissions, incorporate renewable energy, and make the county more resilient to the effects of climate change. These recommendations involve actions for county transportation, energy, building efficiency, natural resource protection, and climate adaptation. Some of these recommendations build upon ongoing efforts in the county, but many of the recommended programs and projects will be newly developed.
This position will be supporting the stakeholder engagement necessary for striving towards the county’s goals. This will include engagement with surrounding localities at the regional level. It will include multi-agency collaboration within the county and with relevant county commissions or taskforces. It will also include engagement with the Prince William community to inform about incentives or programs available to take advantage of that may contribute to the achievement of the county’s goals, such as tax incentives or low/no cost energy efficiency programs.
The Climate and Energy Manager will also support the development of a data system to analyze impacts of implementation of the recommendations of the CESMP over time. This will entail both qualitative and quantitative analysis of program impacts.
Work will be conducted under the direct supervision of the Office of Sustainability Director.
Starting Salary Range: $92,073.00 - $124,570.00 Annually
Find more information and APPLY HERE.
We are now accepting registrations for the
2024 Environmental Professionals Certificate (E.P.) training course.
This course is a basic introduction to the education and skills professionals need to provide environmental programs and program management.
The Environmental Professional develops an understanding of environmental sustainability concepts, laws and regulations, and tools available to assist them with the development and management of an environmental program for a business.
This certificate training course is a six-month course that includes in-classroom instruction taught in part by environmental specialists, subject matter experts from Prince William County government and local environmental organizations.
Pictured from left to right: CLASS of 2023 Megan Hicks, Junkluggers, (Rico Fleshman, PWCGBC Chair),
Grace Benevento, KPWB, Tariq Moorehead, PWAR, Leslie Guevara, PWCGBC
PWC Landfill Tipping Fee
Beginning January 1, 2024, waste haulers and commercial users will be charged a $40 per ton tipping fee for regular refuse disposal. The New landfill tipping fee will go into effect January 1, 2024, and will apply to waste haulers, commercial users, and hauling companies disposing of refuse generated in Prince William County at Fairfax County facilities.
These fees fund landfill operations, trash disposal, composting, recycling operations, and importantly, the construction and capping of future cells. Fee information and FAQs are available at www.pwcva.gov/disposalfees or by clicking the link below.
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