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Opportunity Description

The  Campus Sustainability Office offers many amazing  job opportunities for students to work right here on campus! 

Are you interested in energy management, conservation, sustainability, communication, and data management? Want to take on real projects with real responsibility? The Campus Sustainability Office is looking for a data-driven student to take on the role of the Energy Dashboard Coordinator. 

In this role, you will:

  • Maintain the Lucid building energy dashboard, including coverting the dashboard to "Storyboards"
  • Work closely with Cornell’s Energy Management Team to maximize campus use of dashboard, including building relationships with building coordinators, Facilities Directors, and the ECCT team 
  • Develop and implement engagement opportunities and educational content (e.g. Energy Smackdown) focused on using metered data to improve campus-wide energy conservation and energy efficiency
  • Collaborate with students and employees to develop useful visualizations of metered data for use in localized buildings / units / colleges
  • Maintain consistent communication with Lucid adopt best practices
  • Coordinate dashboard efforts with Tompkins County Internet of Things initiative, NYSEG Energy Smart Community program, NYSERDA grants, and other local colleges and businesses

To apply: Send a resume, cover letter, and at least 2 writing samples (links to online writing OK) to  Applications due Sunday April 15th 2018 and will be reviewed on a rolling basis. 


Additional Details

  • Pay: $11/hour  

  • The position is 20 hours/week over the summer, and 10 hours/week over the 2018-2019 academic year. Summer availability is required. Student are expected to work part-time within the Campus Sustainability Office during business hours (M-F, 9-5pm), and work part-time remotely.


About the Campus Sustainability Office & Sustainable Campus 

The Campus Sustainability Office works with all 30,000 Cornell students, faculty and staff to empower, equip, and engage the campus community in creating the solutions necessary for a healthy sustainable campus, community, and world.  More information on how we are creating one of the leading sustainable campuses and other initiatives  visit