Associate Director – Sustainability Risk & Performance

Associate Director – Sustainability Risk & Performance

Carbon Credentials Published: 08/08/2018
Location
London, United Kingdom
Permanent/Contract
Reference
LDMD001251
Salary
c.£50 - 65K

Description

Lewis Davey is delighted to be working with one of the fastest growing dedicated energy & sustainability consultancies in the UK as they look to recruit an experienced sustainability consultant at Senior Consultant or Associate Director level.

The successful applicant will be responsible for leading their performance and sustainability risk management services as well as managing senior client relationships with predominantly FTSE 350 and large public-sector clients across the UK.

We’re looking for entrepreneurially minded individuals who have a passion for sustainability and enabling the low carbon economy.  The successful incumbent will be working with a range of external and internal stakeholders, developing the service line and working closely with the executive management team to develop the business plan for their risk and sustainability strategy services.  You will play an active part in product development – ensuring that the business maintains their industry leading position and takes advantage of upcoming legislation.

You will work with the business development and marketing team to drive forward commercial opportunities and take ownership of strategic partnerships.

It’s vital you possess excellent programme and project management skills for delivering quality and on-time projects to large and complex clients.

Applicants should have significant sustainability consultancy experience, should have a track record of communicating with and influencing senior executives and have an outstanding level of technical knowledge around ESG reporting, GHG quantification, sustainability strategy and Science Based Targets.  You should also have a track record of leading and managing a team.

 

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