ESG Data and Reporting Contractor

Posted 26 March 2024
Salary £550-£750 per day
Job type Contract
Discipline SustainabilityEnergy, ESG & Green Tech Finance
Contact NameDagmara Kruczkowska

Job description

Role: ESG Data and Reporting Contractor

Rate: £550-£750 per day (outside of IR35).

Contract Duration: 6-9 months

Location: Working from home and 2-3 days in central London

The Green Recruitment Company is delighted to partner up with an international renewable energy producer with over a decade-long trajectory of sustainable growth. They develop, build, own, and operate renewable energy projects globally.

Our client hires and develops the most passionate people in sustainability and is currently looking for a highly skilled and motivated ESG Data and Reporting Contractor for 6-9 months to work alongside the in-house ESG team to prepare for the upcoming regulatory reporting requirements and assurance readiness of non-financial reporting.

Your challenge:

Collecting, cleansing, and analysing large-scale sustainability data input through various sources and data management platforms. Improve the ESG reporting internal control environment to ensure consistent, accurate and timely ESG information as well as auditable and efficient reporting processes, this includes:

  • consolidating data for internal and external sustainability reporting, 

  • supporting CSRD, TCFD, and GRI disclosures

  • supporting internal and external ESG data audits/assurance.

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Excellent knowledge of the regulatory ESG landscape.

  • Understanding of ESG metrics: environmental/GHG emissions KPIs.

  • Desirable experience conducting assurance of sustainability/ESG/financial reports in audit firms or/or in-house roles focusing on ESG data management and improving internal control environments.

  • Experience working or leading on non-financial information audits.

  • Working knowledge of external reporting standards – namely GRI and TCFD, CSRD a plus

  • Experience of at least single materiality assessments - double materiality assessment experience desirable.

  • Ability to analyse large sets of sustainability data, inputted through various sources.

  • Excellent knowledge of Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

  • Team player and good relationship builder – an open and collaborative working style

  • Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal. Proven experience of working with a large range of internal and external stakeholders.

  • Good eye for detail and a mindset focused on continuous improvement.

What you can expect:

You will be joining a friendly, entrepreneurial, and inclusive culture. Our client is driven by their core values and aim to embody them in all that they do. They aspire to be refreshingly different and achieve this through using their unique perspectives, capabilities, and expertise. They are bravely ambitious by going beyond what is required of them, and we are successful together; trusting one another and working collaboratively to achieve great results.

In conclusion, Don't miss this exciting opportunity to be part of the renewable energy revolution. Apply now and be a key player in shaping a sustainable future!

How to Apply:

Please submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in the role to Dagmara Kruczkowska (d.kruczkowska@greenrecruitmentcompany.com)