Job purpose and background
Are you passionate about the environment and tackling climate change, deforestation and water crisis? CDP is seeking a dedicated, mission-driven Project Officer to join the highly motivated, successful and ambitious disclosure operations team at CDP. If you have a passion and desire to proactively work with global businesses to prevent climate change, halt deforestation and champion water security, then this is the ideal role for you.
The position is an exciting opportunity for an individual looking to develop a career in environmental stewardship. You will contribute significantly to the vital work of CDP in improving corporate reporting and action on climate change, deforestation and water security. You will be welcomed into a dynamic, internationally respected and globally represented NGO with opportunities for professional development.
The Project Officer will be based in CDP’s Japan office and will report to the Supply Chain Operations Manager. The Project Officer will be responsible for carrying out critical activities to support the CDP Supply Chain team.
About CDP's Supply Chain program:
128 global companies with more than US$3trillion in annual spend work with CDP’s Supply Chain program to leverage their purchasing power to cascade action on climate change, deforestation and water security down the supply chain. Through this action, precipitated by annual disclosure and driven by engagement between customers and suppliers CDP Supply Chain program helps change the face of environmental stewardship across the world.
Key responsibilities include:
Required skills and experience:
This is a full-time role based at CDP’s Japan office.
Before you apply
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How to apply
Please email your CV and a covering letter setting out how you meet the required skills and experience or key responsibilities, which should be no more than two pages, to [email protected] and [email protected] with ‘Project Officer, Supply Chain Operation in Japan Office’ in the subject. The deadline is 16:00 on March 13.