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Senior Data Analyst (Petrochemical emissions/AQ)
Environmental Defense Fund
EDF is seeking a Senior Data Analyst to conduct scientific research and analysis on large datasets related to toxic air emissions from the petrochemical industry. The Senior Analyst’s primary responsibility will be to generate data science insights that advance the EDF petrochemical strategic initiative - to improve the wellbeing of communities living within industrial corridors through community driven solutions. The Senior Data Analyst will be a key team member in EDF’s Office of the Chief Scientist, joining a data science team working on a variety of projects, sharing knowledge, and building data capacity and community across EDF. The location is flexible and can be remote or based in EDF’s U.S. offices.

See linked posting on EDF's jobs page for more info.
Sustainability Coordinator (Air Quality)
Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
MORPC is seeking a Sustainability Coordinator for the Department of Planning to serve as the project manager for regional air quality initiatives, collaborate with local governments and regional partners in advancing air quality goals through programs and outreach, and support broader sustainability programs addressing energy and climate related initiatives. The Coordinator will be a regional resource on best practices, policies, and programs that improve air quality and promote a more equitable and resilient region.
Support Engineer
Clarity Movement Co.
Clarity, a Series A clean-tech startup, is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual to join our growing team as a Support Engineer to make our customers and their air quality projects successful by helping our global customers solve their technical issues and questions. This position will be remote.

Check out the full job posting on the linked page on Clarity's website!
Environmental Project Manager
Clarity Movement Co.
Clarity, a Series A clean-tech startup, is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual to join our growing team as an Environmental Project Manager to help coordinate air quality projects, deepen existing customer relationships, and help our customers answer their environmental questions. This position will be remote.

Check out the full job posting on the linked page on the Clarity website to learn more!
Researcher Environmental Sensing
imec / OnePlanet Research Center
As a Researcher Environmental Sensing you will contribute to the technologies that will define tomorrow's society. In this new role, you will utilize your technical expertise and domain knowledge to drive research activities with a specific focus on air quality (nitrogen compound, particulate matter sensing, a.o) using fine-grained networks. You will work in a multidisciplinary team consisting of amongst others - sensor application engineers, data scientists and hardware engineers who are creating innovative solutions in environmental monitoring and precision agriculture. The team focuses on filling in the knowledge gaps related to air, water, and soil quality, by developing novel sensor solutions combined with intelligent algorithms. We bring research into the field, participating in Regional and EU funded projects that aim to quantify the impact of human activities on health and the environment.
Scientist/PostDoc position - Urban Environment
NILU – Norwegian Institute for Air Research
NILU – Norwegian Institute for Air Research is seeking a research assistant/scientist to support the ongoing research and development work within the sensor technology and society group. We seek a candidate with interest and expertise in urban sustainability, air pollution, data analysis, geo-processing, and low-cost sensors.
The research will focus on the synergistic exploitation of novel low-cost sensor networks (including static, mobile and wearable sensors) monitoring the environment in real-time and the combination of sensor data with other relevant datasets as mobility data, satellite data, atmospheric models and/or surveys to investigate the effects of urban design and mobility choices in air and noise pollution.
The following requirements of the applicant are essential:
• Ph.D. or master’s degree in physics, environmental engineering, urban planning, or any related field.
• Knowledge of air pollution/atmospheric science/urban sustainability
• Experience with the use of low-cost sensors or novel technologies for environmental monitoring
• Good programming skills.
• Knowledge in data analysis, statistics and/or machine learning
• Excellent knowledge of both written and spoken English
The following qualifications of the applicant are a bonus:
• Knowledge in R and/or Python
• Experience with processing (large) geospatial datasets
• Good communication skills in Norwegian or another Scandinavian language

Air toxics - coming soon!
Colorado Dept of Public Health and Environment
Recent legislation in Colorado will require development of human health-based standards for certain toxics in ambient air and expand monitoring of those across the state. Our agency will be hiring folks to conduct air toxics monitoring, modeling and analysis, as well as toxicologist/risk assessors to identify prioritize toxics and develop standards. Please connect with me if you are interested!
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Air Quality Data Scientist
Clarity Movement Co.
Clarity, a Series A clean-tech startup, is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual to join our growing team as an Air Quality Data Scientist. We are seeking an individual that is excited to leverage their expertise to help make our global network of air quality and climate monitoring sensors easier to manage, more accurate, and ultimately lead to more impactful outcomes. Your work will help bring cleaner air to the world. This position will be remote. Check out the full job posting on the linked page on the Clarity website to learn more!
Air Quality Data Scientist
Sonoma Technology
Sonoma Technology is seeking an Air Quality Data Scientist to join our Data Science Department.

The successful candidate will work on projects involving ambient, satellite, modeling, and/or emissions data to better understand local and regional air pollution levels and sources. We are looking for candidates who have experience in ambient air quality data and/or air quality emissions and modeling.

Selected by the North Bay Business Journal as one of the Best Places to Work for the 15th consecutive year, Sonoma Technology is a consulting firm that provides innovative, science- and technology-based solutions for our clients' environmental challenges worldwide. Our integrated teams of air quality and environmental scientists, meteorologists, software engineers, and specialists tailor products and services to best serve our clients. We empower our clients to make informed, timely decisions about environmental issues.

Key Responsibilities
• Conduct technical analyses using ambient air quality and meteorological data, as well as air emissions and air quality models, to address complex environmental problems and meet the research and regulatory needs of our clients.
• Visualize, analyze, and interpret ambient air quality and/or model data.
• Apply statistical methods to assess ambient air quality and/or model data.
• Investigate spatial and temporal patterns of ambient air quality, model, and/or emissions data to support international, national, regional, and local-level air quality assessments.
• Prepare technical reports and communicate results to clients and other scientific researchers.
• Work with interdisciplinary teams in a collaborative applied research environment.
Required Qualifications and Skills
• A BS, MS, or PhD degree in the physical sciences, environmental sciences, or engineering, with a focus on air quality or atmospheric science.

For more information or to apply, visit

Project Coordinator for Air Quality Measurement Projects Southern California
Sonoma Technology
Sonoma Technology is seeking a project coordinator to support our portfolio of air quality measurement projects in Southern California. Sonoma Technology runs several industrial and community air monitoring projects, primarily in California, that employ a variety of sophisticated air quality and meteorological instrumentation to measure and report air quality conditions in real time to the public. The qualified candidate would be responsible for ensuring successful operations by working with field technicians, project managers, clients, senior project advisors, instrument manufacturers, and other subject matter experts.

For more information, please contact Josette ( or visit our website (
Air Quality Outreach Specialist/Intern
The Air Quality Outreach Specialist Intern is primarily responsible for air quality outreach to opinion leaders, community groups and the air quality community in its entirety.
Check out the job posting link for more details.
Air Quality Data Analyst
The Data Analyst applies mathematical, statistical, and engineering modeling and analytical techniques to the analysis of research and survey data for the Air Quality Science Department and other departments within IQAir.

Check out the job posting link below!
Air Quality Science Intern
The Air Quality Science Intern is primarily responsible for working in a team environment, collecting and analyzing air quality data, communicating findings, and problem solving. The intern is also responsible for air quality outreach to opinion leaders, community groups and the air quality community in its entirety.

Check out the job link below!
Executive Director of CleanAIRE NC
This is a partial job description due to character limits. For the full description, send me an email or go to the website where the job is posted.

CleanAIRE NC is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina with additional staff in the Raleigh-Durham area, and is seeking an experienced professional to serve as Executive Director of the only statewide organization focused exclusively on air quality. The Executive Director has the overall responsibility for CleanAIRE’s mission and will serve as the organization’s chief advocate, collaborator, and spokesperson. Do you…
●Thrive building community and collaborations
●Prioritize justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion
●Enjoy connecting grassroot efforts, legal policy, and scientific expertise to make an impact
●Bring environmental and clean air expertise
●Think strategically, ensuring the greatest impact
●Excel at non-profit management and staff development

● The new leader must demonstrate a firm commitment, understanding, and passion for CleanAIRE NC’s mission.
● Five or more years in a leadership position or commensurate experience with demonstrated success in organizational management including strategic planning, fundraising, operations, volunteer management, and/or program development.
● Experience raising contributed revenue for the nonprofit sector.
● A proven track record in building coalitions across a wide spectrum of personalities and professions.
● Understand lobbying and the legislative process.
● Inspire others through written and verbal communications.
● Strong business acumen with a solid understanding of operations and budgeting.
● High social and emotional intelligence, integrity, and sound judgment.

Armstrong McGuire & Associates is conducting this search in partnership with CleanAIRE NC’s Board of Directors. To apply, click on the link to the CleanAIRE NC position profile at
Community Scientist Liaison
UCR Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT)
The Community Scientist Liaison (CSL) will work with our faculty teams assisting in managing existing and successfully launching new air monitoring campaigns and air quality outreach efforts in our region. The incumbent will work with the faculty and the community to ensure air monitoring campaigns are technically sound as well as appropriately address the communities’ concerns. The incumbent will represent the ‘pulse’ of the community, i.e., understand the needs and wants of the community and represent the community in our internal development of community‐ based projects and proposals with our faculty.

The CSL will also be responsible for maintaining our community air quality science outreach program, including: 1) maintaining a network of experts in the policy, advocacy, technical, environmental, and academic fields; 2) develop materials & help train the community in air quality monitoring placement, use, and data interpretation and related subjects, with the assistance of the experts; and 3) create an engagement platform through the web and social media and host regular community engagement events to grow our communities’ awareness of problems and solutions and increase our region’s ability to leverage positive change.

The CSL will lead a team of undergraduate assistants and others to accomplish the goals of the projects and outreach program. The program team will involve expert researchers and graduate students to assist with the technical aspects of the program and our departmental outreach specialist and web programmer to assist with outreach related aspects of the program.

Those interested should send their curriculum vitae and a cover letter to with the subject “Community Scientist Liaison”. In the cover letter, please provide a statement of research interests and experience.
Program Director
Coming soon! (Follow us on LinkedIn and/or Twitter or simply reach out to me to find out when we post the job announcement; it will be posted in the next couple of weeks and will focus on developing relationships and supporting partnerships)
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