June 2016

 

Net Impact London and I hosted a workshop with a group of sustainability professionals to delve into the questions that every job seeker has: how can you figure out what a potential employer is looking for? And how can you communicate your competitive advantage as a potential employee?

Today, I’m sharing key outcomes of our discussion to help you drill down on the common skills, attitudes and values practitioners share to help you land your own dream sustainability job.

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Leadership or executive business coaching is a hot topic. Most executives want to hire a coach to help them perform better, but hold back because this idea isn’t embedded in business norms. According to a report from Stanford Business School, there is a stigma that executive coaching is “remedial,” as opposed to performance-enhancing. As a result, CSO’s are missing out on an important piece of their leadership development.

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Denver International Airport (DEN) is seeking a seasoned, highly motivated, committed and accomplished leader to join Airport Infrastructure Management (AIM) as a Senior Director of Sustainability. As the Senior Director of Sustainability for DEN you will have influence and make decision regarding the Airport’s Sustainability Policy and Programs, Environmental Department, AIM’s Asset Management Department and the newly formed Energy Management Program.

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Are you considering going back to school but feeling uncertain about whether an advanced degree is worth the investment? This is important to consider. Master’s degrees are expensive, intense and time consuming, and not – I repeat, NOT – guaranteed to get you a job. Not only that, but practical, tangible work experience is worth its weight in gold in the sustainability space.

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BSR has a new opportunity for a Manager, Collective Action Lead, MACN based in Copenhagen, Denmark. BSR’s Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) is a global business network working towards the vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large. MACN and its members promote good corporate practice in the maritime industry for tackling bribes, facilitation payments, and other forms of corruption.

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In my work as a sustainability career coach I have found myself helping many former bankers repair and repurpose their professional lives. The 2008 financial crash forced us to reassess our lives, our careers and our values. Together, we have found that it is possible to make money while also making a positive difference in the world – you just have to know where to look.

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BSR has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Sustainability Management with potential to be based in the US or EMEA. The Associate Director, Sustainability Management will play a leading role in BSR’s Sustainability Management practice, which incorporates BSR’s approaches to strategy, corporate governance, stakeholder engagement, and sustainability reporting.

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JetBlue has a wonderful opportunity for a Manager Corporate Social Responsibility in Long Island City, New York. The Manager Corporate Social Responsibility develops and executes initiatives to further advance JetBlue’s mission of inspiring humanity. The Manager reports to and partners with the Director, Corporate Social Responsibility to engage internal and external stakeholders to encourage volunteerism, raise brand awareness through pro-social campaigns and increase peer to peer recognition.

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