Carbon and ESG Director

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My client is one of the UK’s leading Environmental consultancies who provide their specialised services across a range of environmental topics and have a team of 100 skilled professionals. My client is looking for a Carbon and ESG Director to join their team in London.

Responsibilities for the Director level position include:

  • Produce climate and carbon frameworks and develop ways to increase change in various scenarios.
  • Carry out Carbon foot printing and emission data analysis to provide to clients to help them calculate their footprint.
  • Undertake GHG assessments for developments, as well as developing climate change strategies and action plans to help clients reach net zero.
  • Carry out decarbonisation planning and project support which will include building and energy, transport and industrial processes to reduce emissions.

Requirements for the role include:

  • Relevant degree within an environmental science field, with strong experience in relation to climate change and net zero projects.
  • Leadership experience relating to carbon and GHG emissions projects within the context of consultancy and delivering on these types of projects.
  • Experience within a client facing role within the corporate and public sector.
  • Experience with GHG emission reporting and low carbon transition.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.

Benefits of the role include:

  • Competitive salary
  • Enhanced pension scheme
  • Death in service life cover
  • Flexible working
  • Discretionary bonus scheme
  • Generous holiday allowance

If This role interests you or if you are interested in searching for other roles relating to sustainability please feel free to contact Ben Moore on 01792 365008 or email ben.moore@penguinrecruitment.co.uk. There are many more roles available on our website at www.penguinrecruitment.co.uk. This is a permanent role.

Penguin Recruitment is operating as a recruitment agency in respect to this position.

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