Green & Sustainable Buildings Jobs

Green buildings and sustainability are becoming the norm rather than the exception. Buildings are deemed green by the U.S. Green Building Council and their LEED rating system. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environment Design, and buildings are awarded various levels of LEED certification through analysis of the design, construction and operation of the asset. There are LEED rating systems for all types of assets, from schools to retail, healthcare, and even homes. The emphasis behind the LEED rating and sustainability is all about minimizing the immediate and long term impact a building's performance has on the environment through energy savings, materials selection, and indoor environment quality. Many developers, property managers, and investors are demanding LEED certification for all new assets, and LEED certification and green building techniques are even becoming mandatory for all new construction in most major cities.

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Job Title / Description Company Location Posted
Jonathan Rose Companies WA-Seattle 10/8/15
The Dilweg Companies, LLC GA-Atlanta 10/7/15
Jonathan Rose Companies NY-New York 10/6/15
Steep Rock Association Inc. CT-Washington Depot 10/6/15
Recurrent Energy CA-San Francisco 9/25/15
Recurrent Energy CA-San Francisco 9/25/15
Blesso Properties Corporation NY-New York 9/14/15
Community Housing Partners VA-Richmond 9/4/15
S. B. Friedman & Company IL-Chicago 8/26/15
Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program NY-New York 8/17/15