Senior Consultant – Life Cycle Carbon

Senior Consultant – Life Cycle Carbon

Carbon Intel
Published
15/02/2021
Location
London, United Kingdom
Permanent/Contract
Reference
AR2021
Salary
c.£40-55K

Description

Lewis Davey is delighted to be recruiting a Life Cycle Carbon / LCA expert on behalf of a leading, London based, low carbon service provider.

This is a great role for the LCC expert to provide Life Cycle Carbon modelling support to the business and lead on the development of the LCC strategy.  You’ll be the go-to-person for everything LCC and embodied carbon, overseeing what standards, tools, LCC software and expertise is required and will play an active role in developing system boundaries for our client’s life cycle carbon projects.  You’ll develop an LCA database including the setting workflows and building an understanding of inputs/outputs, value chain analysis and emission factor modelling for multiple sectors/products.

Applicants should benefit from at least 2 years experience of relevant work across carbon, climate change and/or sustainability with proven experience of working with LCA platforms such as SIMA pro, GABI, EcoChain or another leading LCA tool.  You’ll benefit from robust Scope 3 and LCA experience and ideally have exposure to the build environment.

Please note that we will endeavour to review your application within two weeks and, if there is interest in your candidacy, a Consultant will be in touch. Unfortunately, due to the significant amount of applications we receive, we are unable to provide individual feedback so if you have not heard from us within two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful.  Thank you for your interest.

All applications will be subject to Lewis Davey’s privacy policy which can be viewed here: https://www.lewisdavey.com/privacy-policy/  

Lewis Davey specialise in recruiting talented people across Town Planning, Cleantech & Sustainability and Environmental industries.

 

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