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  • Remote working
  • Negotiable
  • Permanent
  • Full time
  • Eligibility to work: UK

Location: Flexible, though very regular attendance at our London office is expected.  


Salary: Competitive, according to skills and experience 


Key Responsibilities: 


Overall develop and respond to opportunities related to climate resilience, working with the existing client base as well as new clients.  


The candidate needs an understanding national and local planning policy which relates to climate resilience/sustainability. 


Work collaboratively with existing and potential clients to support the development of new products and services in line with client needs. 


Prepare high quality reports, presentations, models, tools or other outputs as needed for projects and business development. 


To act as technical lead on master-planning projects driving multidisciplinary services and make sure climate / sustainability considerations are embedded across our disciplines. 


Work collaboratively across the organisation to support multi-discipline bids and projects by contributing climate resilience analysis, knowledge and insights. 


Track developments in climate resilience through social media and networking. 


Expand and maintain company networks and relationships in the areas of sustainability, climate change and climate resilience. 


Lead and contribute to internal and external presentations, reports and digital marketing on topics related to climate resilience. 


Developing thought leadership partnerships and initiatives, to support the firm’s leadership in the field. 


Minimum Requirements: 


University Degree in a relevant discipline – such as climate change, environmental science, engineering, or urban planning. 


Significant experience (ten plus years*) working on climate change and/or climate resilience technical projects related to infrastructure and the built environment. 


Experience with communications related to Climate Change and Climate Resilience, including preparing high quality presentations, reports and blogs. 


Technical knowledge in a number of areas ideally including public and private GHG and accounting and risk modelling. 


Experience working with local government. 


Strong network in the climate change and climate adaptation sector.

  • Quote ref: 772/22870

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