Job purpose and background
Are you passionate about climate action? CDP has an exciting opportunity for an individual with proven self-starter skills to support the Cities, States and Regions team to engage cities from across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa with environmental reporting and climate action. You will be involved in a variety of tasks to support the annual climate change reporting process for all UK cities. These tasks will range from engaging local authorities on the importance of measuring and managing environmental performance to providing high-quality support for local authorities through the development of materials, webinar and working groups and more.
About the Cities, States and Regions Team
We currently work with over 900 city and regional governments worldwide who use CDP’s system every year to report their progress on fighting climate change. Major universities, the UNFCCC, the World Bank, the IPCC, and many other organizations rely on CDP’s city data for research and decision-making.
Key responsibilities include:
Required skills and experience:
Desirable skills and experience:
This is a part time position, with the successful candidate expected to work for 4 days a week for a 6-month contract based at CDP’s London office. Initially, the role will report to the UK Cities Manager.
Salary and benefits: £22,223 -27,779 per annum, 30 days’ holiday excluding bank holidays (pro rata), generous non-contributory pension provision, annual discretionary bonus (depending on company performance), Employee Assistance Programme, life assurance, Training and development, flexible working opportunities and others.
Interested applicants must be eligible to work legally in the UK.
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] with ‘EMEA Engagement Officer’ in the subject. The deadline is 9am Tuesday 9 February.