Job Purpose and Background
CDP is seeking a highly motivated self-starter to support and grow our work with local and regional governments in the EMEA region. Over 750 local and regional governments worldwide, and over 260 in the EMEA region, use CDP’s system every year to report their progress on fighting climate change. Major universities, the UNFCCC, the World Bank, the IPCC, and hundreds of other organizations rely on CDP’s city data for research and decision-making.
The position holder will play a key role in the expansion of CDP’s work with cities, states and regions in EMEA. The Manager’s responsibilities will include supporting cities, states and regions preparing and submitting their annual CDP responses; recruiting additional governments to start measuring and managing their climate data; coordinating regional partnerships; managing a team of four; establishing new partnerships and liaising with important stakeholders in the region and raising funds to further grow CDP’s work.
Key responsibilities include:
The precise description and nature of your job may be varied from time to time, and you may be required to carry out other duties as necessary to meet business needs. International travel may be required for up to 20% of your time.
Required skills and experience:
Desired skills and experience:
This is a full-time role based at CDP’s UK office reporting to the Associate Director, Cities, States and Regions for 11 months – until May 2020.
Salary and benefits: £35,000 - £42,000 per annum, annual discretionary bonus, 24 days’ holiday (increasing to 30), generous non-contributory pension provision, life assurance and others.
Interested applicants must be eligible to work legally in the UK.
Before you apply
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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 ‘Regional Manager, EMEA’ in the subject. The deadline is 11:30am, 24 June 2019.