|Salary:||£31,396 to £34,980 per annum|
|Placed On:||2nd November 2023|
|Closes:||1st December 2023|
An exciting opportunity has opened to join the award-winning Sustainable Strathclyde Team, responsible for achieving the University’s ambitious 2040 Net Zero target. This role will work alongside enthusiastic, dedicated colleagues to promote the University’s ongoing climate action and engage staff, students and the wider community in our work.
FTE:1.0 (35 hours/week)
Term: Open Contract
Closing date: 01/12/2023
An exciting opportunity has opened to join the award-winning Sustainable Strathclyde Team, responsible for achieving the University’s ambitious 2040 Net Zero target. You will have the opportunity to work alongside enthusiastic, dedicated colleagues to promote the University’s ongoing climate action and engage staff, students and the wider community in our work. You will do this with support and collaboration of colleagues from Sustainable Strathclyde, Estates Services, Finance and Facilities Management teams.
You will have access to agile working where some of your time can be on campus and some of your time can be working from home. Our team have access to hot desking space in the heart of our city centre campus, overlooking the beautiful Rottenrow Gardens. The campus offers first-class facilities for staff and students including coffee shops (such as Roasters), zero waste shop, salad bar, The Terrace bar, access to Strathclyde Sports Centre and shower and changing facilities to support an active lifestyle.
The University prides itself as a “place of useful learning” and you will have ample opportunity, as a part of this role, to develop yourself as an expert and leader in your field. Through the team you will gain unparalleled access to a diverse, international network of sustainability professionals.
To excel at this role you will be able to work individually, analytically, curiously, innovatively and, above all, able to work effectively as part of a growing and diverse team.
Hear what our Sustainable Travel and Transport Planner has to say about working in our team:
“Working as part of Sustainable Strathclyde has been a great learning opportunity and has given me the chance to get involved in innovative projects across our facilities. It's a really supportive team which is vital on larger projects pushing for more climate action.”
Formal interviews for this post will be held from 13/12/2023.
Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Amy Ritchie, Head of Sustainable Resources & Social Responsibility (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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