Our client, a large Mid-Kent based Housing Association, are looking to recruit a Sustainability Manager to join them on a Permanent basis.
What you'll be doing
As a Sustainability Manager you will lead in the development and implementation of a brand-new sustainability strategy which will future-proof them and aid in working towards the achievement of EPC C minimum and the Government's Net Zero Carbon target by 2050.
The ideal candidate will act as project manager for their SHIFT accreditation strategy as well as taking the lead on Energy and Utility management to reduce resource use and drive sustainability and cost efficiencies.
If you want to be involved in shaping future plans to create a sustainable future, for both the clients customers and for them as an organisation, this is the role for you!
More about you. What can you bring?
They are looking for an ambitious manager to lead, shape and grow their sustainability agenda.
A proven track record of successfully managing an Energy, Environment and Sustainability strategy is essential. Ideally this will come hand in hand with a relevant academic qualification (recognised degree standard qualification in a relevant environmental science or equivalent ).
When and where you'll be doing it
You will enjoy a 37-hour working week and earn an annual salary of circa £45,000 per annum depending upon your knowledge, skills and experience.
They are committed to their colleagues working flexibly and building a healthy, vibrant and inclusive organisation that treats people with respect and creates opportunities for all.
Their head office is in central Maidstone but they continue to embrace agile working for all colleagues, so it is anticipated that you will also work remotely.
28 days annual leave per year (plus bank holidays)
Company Pension contribution and life assurance
Flexible Benefits including health cash plan, additional holiday purchase, cycle to work scheme, onsite gym, retail discounts and more.
An annual Wellbeing Fund Please get in touch for more information or apply below