The Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB) is looking to hire a full-time Communications & Marketing Manager for our busy global Secretariat to have responsibility for management and curation of the stakeholder experience for the CDSB brand. It is a unique and exciting opportunity to build up the profile of an organisation that works to build the trust and transparency needed to foster resilient capital markets and contribute to more sustainable economic, social and environmental systems.
The successful candidate will lead CDSB’s communications & marketing strategy and activity. We are looking for a results-oriented self-starter with strong interpersonal skills and a track record in, and passion for media relations, excellent copy writing skills, organising events and creative ideas to raise our profile.
CDSB is an international consortium of business and environmental NGOs committed to advancing and aligning the global mainstream corporate reporting model to equate climate change-related information and natural capital with financial capital.
CDP hosts the CDSB Secretariat, and the role will be based in CDP’s offices in central London.
Communications Manager responsibilities include:
The successful candidate will have:
Benefits: Competitive NGO salary, annual bonus scheme, initial 24 days’ holiday rising to 30 days over time, pension provision up to 8% of salary after 3 months’ employment.
Questions: Contact Michael Zimonyi, [email protected] or +44 20 3286 9663.
Interested? Please send a copy of your CV with a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this role, what you will add to our organisation and how it fits with your career plans, to [email protected], making sure you include “communications & marketing” in the subject.
Eligibility: Interested applicants must be eligible to work legally in the UK for the term of the contract. We are not able to sponsor this position.
Deadline for applications: Monday, 22nd October 2018. Interviews will take place from 31st October 2018.
Start date: ASAP
Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications expected, only successful candidates will be notified of interviews.