Sector Pathways/Collaboration Lead

£35,500 - £43,800

Full time
Cambridgeshire
Posted 9 months ago

The Role
As a Sector Pathways/Collaboration Lead you will lead the delivery of sector-based Net Zero pathways across key sectors alongside supporting the identification of new partners/collaboration opportunities across the sector. As part of this role, you will be expected to:

  • Support the coordination and delivery of sector-based Net Zero pathways across key sectors
    • Collate and calculate Scope 1, 2 & 3 carbon footprints
    • Research key sector drivers and decarbonisation opportunities, including cost/benefit analysis
    • Develop science-based carbon reduction action plans
    • Produce residual emissions pathways (sector offsetting strategy)
    • Prepare sector standards and guidance
    • Effectively manage stakeholders through coordination of meetings and calls
  • Collaboration with partners
    • Effectively manage partner/collaborative stakeholders through coordination of meetings and calls
    • Prepare appropriate processes, standards and guidance
  • Support the identification of new partners/collaborations
    • Conducting research into potential new partnerships/collaborations
    • Initially engage with potential new collaboration/new partnerships to develop concept approaches
    • Prepare recommendations for collaboration/new partnerships for internal review
  • Conduct workshops and deliver training with key stakeholders
  • Contribute to the delivery of our internal initiatives towards the growth, sustainability, culture, knowledge sharing and aims of the business
  • Manage your projects in line with project management timetables, quality standards and project budgets, as well as your performance against KPIs
  • Act as a catalyst for change and support our ambition to support 1 in 100 people to go Net Zero, by being curious, focused and innovative.

Experience & Qualifications required

  • Degree or equivalent in a related subject or adequate sector experience
  • 3+ years experience in a carbon-related role
ExperienceEssentialDesirable
Carbon Footprintinga 
Net Zero Strategy Development & Executiona 
Science-based target setting a
Client-facing consultancy experiencea 
Data managementa 
ESG Consultancy a
Energy Compliance Experience (inc. ISO50001 & ESOS) a
Carbon Disclosure Schemes (inc. CDP/TCFD) a
Climate risk assessments a
Supply Chain Engagement a
Employee Behaviour Change Programmes a
Climate Change Risk and Opportunity Assessments a
Costing opportunities a
Service design a
High level of numeracya 
Excellent written and verbal communication skillsa 

Desirable Attributes

  • Excellent communication skills that allow you to build relationships that educate, engage and inspire people to take action
  • Exceptional written and presentation skills
  • Excellent organisational skills with the ability to prioritise competing requirements
  • Enjoy being positively challenged and positively challenging others to continually improve
  • Must be able to work in a collaborative team environment and independently
  • Excited about the rapid change and development in the industry and wholly agree with the scientific conclusions of the UN IPCC.

Skills you will gain

  • Multi-sectoral exposure to business strategy and management
  • Advanced technical understanding of developing GHG methodologies for key sectors
  • The ability to build customer relationship management, influence and leadership skills
  • Stakeholder management
  • The opportunity for continued personal and professional development

Career path

This is an assistant level role, and the career path is an indication of the incremental steps which can be achieved within our client subject to a role being available and the required skills being reached

  • Lead
  • Head of
  • Associate Director
  • Director

Package

  • Salary of £35,500 – £43,800 (dependent on experience)
  • Pension Scheme
  • Unlimited Annual leave
  • Bonus scheme (employee and company-performance related)

Job Features

Job CategoryEnvironmental

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