Carbon Project Officer
At Loam, we have the earth in our hands. As a team of scientists, farmers and entrepreneurs, we are on a mission to improve the world’s farmland and address climate change. We are developing microbial technology to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and build carbon in agricultural soils. We help farming businesses prosper by boosting yield and soil health and enabling access to carbon markets.
As a start-up with ambitious founders and investors, our work is fast-paced and multidimensional. We foster a supportive and diverse workplace, where every team member is encouraged to learn and grow beyond their area of expertise.
While everyone at Loam is working in different roles, we all have one job: to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and store it stably in farmer’s soils.
About the Role
The Carbon Project Officer will work with Loam's Commercial Operations team, responsible for the management, coordination, and delivery of assigned carbon projects. They will also enable the team to onboard and register growers into carbon projects, liaise with stakeholders, provide GIS mapping support, and coordinate the project delivery end to end.
All aspects associated with carbon project delivery, including;
- Development and management of carbon projects end to end
- Grower stakeholder relationship management
- GIS mapping and stratifying of Emissions Reduction Fund projects
- Project administration and registration processes
- Reporting to clients, stakeholders and the Clean Energy Regulator
- Liaison with growers and concise and clear communication of Emissions Reduction Fund Methodology
- Support Carbon Project Lead on project coordination and administration
- Soil carbon sampling and field work including seed treatment
- Collection of soil carbon samples in accordance with soil carbon sampling, soil science, and R&D methodologies and protocols
- Assisting in grower extension and contracting activities/ events
- Bachelor's degree in a science-related field, such as environmental science, natural resource management, or agricultural science.
- Strong GIS experience, preferably with ArcPro/ESRI in either an industry or academic environment.
- Proficient in utilizing GIS tools and software for data analysis and mapping.
- Proficient troubleshooting skills and ability to handle contingencies.
- Demonstrated initiative and strong problem-solving skills, self-motivated with the ability to work under minimal supervision.
- An active interest in climate change mitigation and/or soil health
- Previous agricultural experience is advantageous.
- Residing in Orange, NSW, with the ability to travel throughout Australia during specific periods of the year, sometimes to remote locations.
- Possession of a valid driver's license.
- Competitive remuneration
- A custom professional development package, including formal and informal training
- Regular one-on-one meetings with your manager and opportunities to progress your career
- Engagement in cross-functional, cross-geographical product teams as you work alongside leading scientists and innovators in an international organisation
- Sports facilities and gym on-site
- Meaningful work and a ripper team to boot!