Do you have a passion for the environment? Join us as we lead the charge for sustainable and environmental practices in every corner of the global economy. We're looking for the next generation of thinkers and innovators to help us set the standard for sustainability.
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We are located in the City of Emeryville which is centrally located in the heart of the Bay Area, our modern high-rise campus features panoramic views of the entire San Francisco Bay and has easy access to walking and bike trails. Other resources include: a fitness center, bocce ball court, collaboration lounge, monthly chair massage and car detailing services, and free shuttle access (Emery Go Round) to the BART transportation system. Emeryville has emerged over the last two decades as a popular shopping and dining destination in the East bay. In the 1 square mile that is Emeryville, you will find: 2 Movie theaters, Bars, Dance halls, Health clubs, Night clubs, Shopping malls, Yoga studios, and much more.
SCS is dedicated to building and maintaining a dynamic organization and culture that reflect the individual strengths of every person who is a part of the company. Through diversity we gain a wider range of perspectives and experience. SCS promotes a culture of collaboration and learning with many opportunities to celebrate our shared interests. Highlights include: peer to peer presentations on program developments, Earth Day, Bike to Work Month, Bocce Ball Competitions, the Annual Summer BBQ and Holiday Party, Teambuilding Volunteer Days, a Homegrown Tomato Taste Test, and a monthly family-style potluck lunch.
SCS also provides professional development opportunities through regular in-house trainings. In addition, staff may be invited to participate in external webinars and tradeshows, and offered the opportunity to enroll in external training and education seminars. Informally, staff gather frequently to learn from their peers about important issues and program developments. Recent topics include: a life cycle assessment of a Northern California forest, sustainable fisheries, ergonomics, and analysis of the latest IPCC report on climate change.