While the position is officially based in our Seattle office, it may be fully remote from other US locations.
For full details and to apply, visit https://phh.tbe.taleo.net/phh04/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=CONSERVATION&cws=39&rid=1835
Conservation International protects nature for the benefit of humanity. Through science, policy, fieldwork, and finance, we spotlight and secure the most important places in nature for the climate, biodiversity, and for people. With offices in 30 countries and projects in more than 100 countries, Conservation International partners with governments, companies, civil society, Indigenous peoples, and local communities to help people and nature thrive together.
Conservation International (Cl) has been protecting nature for the benefit of all for over 30 years. Through science, policy, and partnerships, Cl is helping to build a healthier, more prosperous, and productive planet. CI's work is oriented around our “Southern Cross” - a framework of four priorities that guide our work: Sustainable Landscapes and Seascapes (SLS), Nature for Climate, Ocean Conservation at Scale, and Innovation in Science and Finance. The Betty and Gordon Moore Center for Science (MCS), the science division of Conservation International, provides a basis for CI’s institutional strategies grounded in the latest science, while also working to inform the implementation of CI’s work and to advance conservation science writ large.
The Geospatial Analyst position will support key aspects of CI’s science work by curating, developing, analyzing, and distributing detailed geospatial and derived products that build on our recent science work and also translate that work into strategies and impacts. This position will report to the Director of Nature-Positive Value Chains and will thematically support the team’s work on Nature-Positive science-based targets, focused on how governments and companies can set ambitious targets to support the nature that underpins our economies, communities, and biodiversity. Specifically, this position will support our projects focused on fashion sector transformation through biodiversity and nature actions, conservation and restoration within coffee landscapes, and other relevant work associated with CI’s collaboration in the Science Based Target Network. This position will support geospatial needs across the science-corporate-government interface. The Geospatial Analyst will use GIS, remote sensing, and related tools and spatial data to prepare and produce spatial data products, imagery, maps, decision-support tools, and related information. This position will serve as a key technical resource for internal and external stakeholders that depend on spatial data and analyses to effectively manage and implement CI conservation priorities.