Natalie is an avid environmentalist, marketer, communicator, & writer with a passion for digital storytelling. She heads up marketing for Climate People. With a background in grassroots environmental advocacy, she has seen first-hand the dire need for a swift and just transition away from a fossil-fuel-dominated economy. In her current role, she advocates for job seekers and helps encourage people from all fields to transition their careers to climate solutions in hopes of creating a brighter future for all.
Good networking isn't about a series of one-off transactions; it's about relationships — here's how to create a team of people on your side.
In simple terms, a market map is a list of companies that are working on a technology/service within your pinpointed solution. It will help you stay on track with your outreach and ensure you’re streamlining your networking efforts. Conducting a market map will allow you to start making a name for yourself within your solution and will ultimately help you land a climate job.
As the year comes to a close, there are common misconceptions surrounding the hiring and job seeking. While the holiday season approaches, the active job market still continues to thrive.
Introducing our much-anticipated 2023 Climate Job Seeker Playbook! Our 30-page guide covers everything from getting to know the climate industry all the way to negotiating offers. Check it out!
Your weekly recap + how to become more confident in your job search
How do you sell yourself to a company without visible job openings? In this comprehensive guide, we'll delve into the secrets of the hidden job market, equipping you with strategies on how to network effectively and demonstrate your potential value to these companies.
We had the pleasure of hosting climate recruiter Kat Jellicorse for an engaging resume workshop. She shared invaluable insights on best practices, provided helpful templates, and much more.
Your weekly recap + how to optimize your resume for success
Your monthly recap + why the climate job search is so hard
Your weekly recap + new climate jobs!
We recently had André Meurer, the Head of Product at Building Decarbonization Coalition, on to talk about his journey getting a product job in climate.
This article delves into the complexities surrounding the accessibility of climate jobs and offers insights on how to enhance your prospects in this rapidly evolving field.
Driven By Impact is Climate People's monthly newsletter on news, insights, and action-packed resources. Read for all of August's updates.
Explore the world of career coaching with a new lens. Meet professionals who dedicate their careers to helping you get a job in climate.
Navigate your new job with confidence! Discover top onboarding tips to make a stellar first impression and set yourself up for success with this quick and easy onboarding tips.
Driven By Impact is Climate People's monthly newsletter on news, insights, and action-packed resources. Read for all of July's updates.
Unlock your career potential with transferable skills. Learn how to identify and effectively present them, especially when transitioning to the climate sector.
Did you know that over 90% of employees who accept counter offers leave within a year? Dive into the hard facts and discover the strategic insights in our latest blog post on navigating job counter offers - an essential read for anyone considering a career move.
You’ve navigated the grueling interview and application process and are finally ready to take a deep breath and accept your new role! While this opportunity may be incredibly exciting, it’s critical to ask the right questions and check off a few boxes before signing the offer letter.
Driven By Impact is Climate People's monthly newsletter on news, insights, and action-packed resources. Read for all of May's updates.
Join Climate People for our monthly webinar, “The Climate Job Search: How to Break In and Stand Out,” designed for those looking to kick-start their career in the climate industry.
This event is focused on the intersection between climate jobs and individuals who feel stuck in their careers. Our goal is to showcase climate jobs' pivotal role in mitigating climate change's harmful effects and the need for 100 million people to work in climate by 2030.
Our Climate Hiring Playbook is here to help you attract and hire top climate talent, while also demonstrating your commitment to creating a more sustainable future. With climate jobs projected to grow 11% faster than the overall job market, investing in strategic climate hiring is crucial.
Learn how to excel in video interviews with our 8-step guide. From preparing your background to handling technical difficulties, we've got you covered! Stand out and land that dream job!
Are you looking to hire top talent for your climate company? Discover the secrets to attracting the best candidates in our latest blog post! Learn how to craft a compelling hiring philosophy, write engaging job descriptions, and optimize your interview process to secure the brightest minds in the field. Plus, get expert advice on technical interviews, presenting irresistible job offers, and the importance of pre-boarding for employee retention and productivity. Don't miss out on these actionable tips that'll help your sustainability-focused business make a lasting impact on the planet!
Discover how to find fulfilling careers in the climate sector in this inspiring LinkedIn Learning course. Get practical tips on resume writing, networking, and preparing for interviews. Join the movement towards a more equitable, sustainable, and resilient future!
Are you wondering how to make a lasting impression after a job interview? Don't forget to send a follow-up email to your interviewer! It's a crucial step that many candidates overlook, but it can make all the difference in standing out from other applicants. To craft an effective email, be sincere, tailor your message to your interviewer, and convey enthusiasm. And don't forget about timing – send your email within one to two days of your interview to show that you're proactive and eager about the position.
Driven By Impact is Climate People's monthly newsletter on news, insights, and action-packed resources. Read for all of May's updates.
Climate People announces expansion of recruitment services to include deep tech, science, and business-related functions. Check out our talent portal for pre-vetted, mission-driven candidates ready to make a difference in your company!
The field of climate tech is rapidly growing, and software engineers and data scientists are in high demand. However, finding a job in this sector can be challenging, especially if you're looking for a specific role.
The impacts of climate change can be seen in different fields, including agriculture, marine science, materials science, environmental science, and so on. As a result, there has been an increasing demand for scientists who can help in mitigating the effects of climate change
Are you a sales professional interested in the climate sector? If so, you're in luck! Today, climate and renewable energy businesses are hiring more sales professionals than ever before.
If you are passionate about environmental causes and looking to make a difference through your profession, then a job in climate might be perfect for you. There is a growing demand for professionals who can combine their skills and knowledge with environmental sustainability.
One practical way to make a difference is by working in climate policy. In this blog, we will discuss how to find a policy job in climate.
In this blog post, I will share some tips and strategies to help you find an operations job in the climate industry, including key roles, job boards, and networking resources.
anding a job in the supporting catalyst climate sector may seem daunting for mid-to-senior-level job seekers, especially when you don't know where to begin. Fear no more!
With the ever-increasing focus on sustainability and efficiency, it is no surprise that the transportation and mobility climate sector is now one of the most sought-after job markets today
This blog post will give you practical advice on how to find a marketing job within the climate industry. Whether you are interested in communications, content, growth hacking, or digital marketing, the green marketing.
The world is changing, and so must our built environment. The global trend is shifting towards sustainability, and many businesses, institutions, and organizations are embracing practices that minimize environmental impacts.
However, finding a hard engineering job in climate can be a challenge. In this post, we'll discuss how you can find your dream job in this field and make a real difference in the world.
In this blog, we will discuss how to break into the climate consulting industry and land your dream job in climate consulting.
If you’re in construction and looking for a way to build a career in the climate and energy industry, then you’ve come to the right place! With this guide, you’ll learn how to find a job in climate and energy in no time.
The food and agriculture climate sector is fast growing, and choosing sustainable and environmentally friendly practices is becoming increasingly necessary. The sector needs qualified professionals in areas such as indoor farming, alt protein, climate tech, and energy consultancy. If you are interested in finding a job in the food and agriculture climate industry, this guide is a great resource for you
Are you a mid-to-senior-level job seeker looking to build a career in climate accounting? Great news! The green movement is rapidly expanding, and companies are seeking professionals with financial and environmental knowledge.
Are you looking for an exciting career opportunity that makes a positive impact on the world? Then look no further than the intelligence and adaptation climate sector!
From lean production to additive manufacturing, material science, and biomaterials, this industry is an exciting place to build a career. However, as a mid-to-senior-level job seeker, it can be challenging to navigate the rapidly growing industry.
The energy and grid climate sector is rapidly expanding due to the shift towards renewable energy sources and the need for grid optimization. It is a highly dynamic and ever-evolving field with ample job opportunities for mid-to-senior-level job seekers who are looking to make an impact. However, landing a job in this sector can be challenging without the right strategy
Carbon engineering technology has become increasingly popular, and investments in carbon engineering companies are becoming more common. This means that more job opportunities are popping up in this sector.
In this guide, we'll explore some strategies and tools that can help you hire top talent, whether you're searching for a data analyst, machine learning engineer, or any other climate software role.
Finding the right climate policy talent can be challenging. This blog post will highlight some essential steps for hiring the most talented climate policy professionals to help you achieve your goals.
As a hiring manager, it is your responsibility to seek out and hire the best climate science talent to enable your organization to develop sustainable solutions, drive innovation, and ultimately, reduce your carbon footprint.
If you're a hiring manager looking to hire climate product talent, this guide is for you. In this post, we'll discuss how to find and hire the best climate product talent in the market.
In this blog post, we will share some tips and tricks on how to hire climate sales talent that meets your business needs.
As more companies take on the responsibility of combating climate change, the demand for marketing and communications talent in this area has increased exponentially.
In today's world, the need for climate operations talent has never been more urgent. With the climate crisis looming, businesses must act fast to find skilled professionals to drive their sustainability efforts.
In this blog post, we'll provide you with a guide on how to hire climate hard engineering talent. We'll cover the key skills and experience to look for in candidates, where to find them, and why investing in this talent is essential.
Hiring the right climate consulting talent can make all the difference in how effectively your company addresses its social responsibility goals.
As the world strives toward a greener future, the transportation and mobility industry plays a critical role in reducing our carbon footprint. Whether it’s electrifying transportation or implementing efficiency solutions, the sector needs talented individuals who have the skills and passion for sustainability. However, hiring the right talent in this field can be a challenge.
The current state of our environment has resulted in an increase in climate accounting, and businesses are feeling the pressure to hire talent that can help them meet their sustainability goals. But, how do you hire for climate accounting positions?
As a hiring manager, you may be struggling to find and attract the best candidates for these roles. To succeed in hiring people in the supporting catalyst climate sector, you need to be aware of the unique challenges and opportunities that come with it. In this blog post, we will explore some tips and strategies to help you hire the right people for your organization.
Hiring for these positions can be challenging without an understanding of the specific skills and qualifications required. In this blog post, we'll provide a comprehensive guide to hiring in the intelligence and adaptation climate sector.
The industry and manufacturing climate sector are two of the major contributors to global economic growth and development. As companies in these sectors continue to innovate and bring new products to market, the need for skilled and talented professionals becomes increasingly important.
Finding the right candidate for a position in the built environment sector can be a challenge. With a focus on sustainability and environmental responsibility, this sector requires a special set of skills and knowledge.
From carbon capture and storage to carbon utilization and removal, the potential for innovation and impact is enormous. However, hiring top talent in this sector can be challenging, given its complexity and unique demands.
Hiring managers in these sectors can find themselves overwhelmed when it comes to identifying and recruiting the best candidates. In this article, we’ll walk you through how to hire talent in the food and agriculture climate sector.
Check out this inspiring piece on hosting office hours for aspiring climate job seekers. Hear from diverse professionals, gain tailored advice, and be part of a vibrant community of climate professionals. Join the conversation and work towards creating a greener, better future for our planet!
Chat GPT is an AI tool that can help job seekers optimize their search for climate-related jobs. Here are some tips for using Chat GPT to amplify your climate job search.
Our sole mission is to get as many people working on climate solutions as humanly possible. As we reflect on our hard work in parallel to this year’s earth week theme to “restore our Earth,” one thing has become abundantly clear — our job has only just begun.
Looking to create a positive employee experience and retain top talent? Learn about the benefits of pre-boarding, and get practical tips on implementing an effective pre-boarding process. Improve your onboarding strategy and build a stronger, more engaged workforce!
Follow these steps to ensure your offer is clear, concise, and persuasive enough for your candidate to accept without hesitation!
Oh, the dreaded technical interview! While incredibly helpful for identifying potential technical hires, it’s time-consuming and monotonous for job seekers and hiring managers alike. The golden question is, which type of exam is right for you? Here are your options!
Follow these three steps to ensure you have a consistent, efficient, and fair interview process that gets the right person in the door!
Deciding on your first few hires is arguably the most critical element to your company’s overall trajectory. Hiring the wrong team is one of the biggest reasons for startup failure.
Looking to get your foot in the door in climate? Here's how the climate job search differs from a traditional one.
Hear directly from in-house recruiters at leading climate tech companies about what they're looking for and how you can be best positioned to stand out.
A day in the life of a software engineer in climate! Lowell Bander, a software engineer at Lumen Energy, is here to answer your questions.
Rachel Palazzo recently accepted a job as a finance manager at Cambium Carbon!
Your job description is the perfect opportunity for you to engage and qualify applicants who could likely be your next hire. Ensure your job description is clear, concise, inclusive, and to the point!
Driven By Impact is Climate People's monthly newsletter on news, insights, and action-packed resources. Read for all of January's updates.
From CEO to SDR: how we helped one team grow across five departments.
Interested in making your job a climate job? Here's how + the Q&A we didn't have time to answer live.
If you want to grow your ClimateTech company, we encourage you to take a step back and look at the big picture. Rather than starting with a role and job description, you should incorporate hiring into your organization's long-term strategy.
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Understanding that job seeker motivations extend beyond emissions reduction and climate impact will help hiring managers attract talent that will provide the most long-term value.
For the first time since the COVID-induced tech boom, the employee-centric market has flipped on its head and is leaning in favor of employers. The big tech layoffs at companies like Meta, Twitter, Amazon, Stripe, etc., have resulted in exceptional candidates actively job searching.
You’ve brushed up on the resume writing basics and feel good, but you still want to dive deeper. This is your one shot to ensure that you get an interview. Optimizing your experience section will guarantee that you stand out from the hundreds of other applicants.
It’s a scary time to be in tech. The once hyper-secure industry looks like it’s leaning in the opposite direction. Here's why the ClimateTech industry is different.
You’ve researched the industry, laid the foundation, and defined your “why,” and now you’re ready to fully kick off your job search. Your resume is a great place to start. It is the deciding factor that determines whether or not you will get an interview.
If you are applying for a job you should know exactly why you want the role. It seems like a given, but having an exceptionally strong grasp on your intentions before you submit the application will help you immensely through the process.
If you are looking for a new job — experienced or not — it’s critical to go back to the basics and work backward. Prior to updating your resume, before crafting your cover letter, weeks before applying, and ages before your next interview, you must start by laying the foundation for your next job
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Follow these 5 steps to help you see through the noise and turn your pipe dreams of a climate job into a reality.
Looking for a climate job can be confusing. Join experts from Climate People, Terra.do, MCJ, & Work on Climate as we help guide your search.
Our panelists have gone through and answered the Q+A as best they can for you all!
Coming straight from the mouths of technical hiring managers, follow these five steps to fully prepare for your next tech interview.
As a relatively new staffing agency, we knew that we needed a viable 401(k) investment opportunity for our employees to contribute to.