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  • UK, North West, Lancashire
  • Negotiable
  • Permanent
  • Full time
  • Eligibility to work: UK
  • Years Exp: 15

Job Title : Director - Climate & Carbon 

 

Location : Lancashire 

 

Salary : Negotiable 

 

My client is an environmental consultancy based and they are looking for a Director - Climate & Carbon for their offices in central London. 

 

The Duties: 

• Work with the Senior Technical Director to 

provide leadership of business development and 

delivery in the climate change area. 

• Provide technical expertise in one or more of the 

following fields: climate change mitigation 

analysis, low carbon technologies and energy 

efficiency, climate change vulnerability and 

adaptation assessment, greenhouse gas 

emissions inventories/assessment, emissions 

trading systems, Monitoring Reporting and 

Verification (MRV) system development, climate 

change policy development/analysis, UK/EU/UN 

climate change legislation and processes. 

• Lead and contribute to a wide variety of climate 

change analysis, advice and capacity building 

projects. 

• Provide technical direction and oversight on 

projects within the team including writing, 

checking and review of deliverables. 

• Have financial/commercial responsibility for 

projects and tenders 

• Develop client relationships and win new work. 

• Undertake bidding work including preparing, 

contributing to and reviewing bids/tenders. 

• Communicate, liaise and collaborate effectively 

with clients and colleagues. 

• Help grow and develop the wider team through 

mentoring and line management. 

 

Candidates: 

Successful candidates will have: 

• A passion for the environment and delivering 

beneficial outcomes. 

• Educated to degree level in a relevant field with 

further degree or professional qualification. 

• Specialism in one or more key climate change 

fields. 

• A proven track record of managing and taking 

responsibility for delivering successful projects of 

different sizes. 

• Experience of leading project teams, including 

the development of team members. 

• Experience of leading bids, including the 

management of bid teams, development of 

methodology and presentations. 

• Strong networking capability and a welldeveloped network of contacts. 

• Confidence, excellent written and oral 

communication skills, energy and enthusiasm, 

and a creative approach to problem solving. 

It will be desirable if you: 

• Are a nationally or internationally recognised 

expert in your technical field. 

• Have experience of developing and delivering 

international projects.

  • Quote ref: 999676/21520

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