Our technology enables net-zero pioneers like Microsoft to pay landowners to delay timber harvests. Together, we’ve generated an expected climate impact of over 1 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent in 2021. Join us in shaping the future of forestry and climate economics and see what the world is saying about us.
We’re democratizing access to forest carbon markets and fighting climate change - that’s no small feat. But our ambition doesn’t stop there.
Up next: wildlife habitats, fire risk reduction, water resources, and more. We are building new economic mechanisms to fully understand and fairly value forests.
At NCX, you will have a massive impact on shaping our growth, culture, and product to best serve our customers all while combating climate change.
NCX is looking for a Business Operations Manager to join our growing US Origination team. Reporting directly to the Director of US Origination, you will play a critical role in helping ideate, execute, and optimize our landowner engagement and retention strategy. You will work to develop and execute project plans to improve landowner conversion funnel metrics. This role is ideal for someone with a product or project management background that enjoys putting the puzzle together while pieces are still being made. You thrive in ambiguity and enjoy taking an idea and turning it into a reality. You will be consistently analyzing our conversion metrics to identify areas of optimization and acting out solutions to address such cases. If you have a passion for improving processes and driving clarity and want to put your skill set towards the fight against climate change, we encourage you to apply!
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NCX is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law. Applicants must be authorized to work in the United States