EcoAct, an Atos company, is an international climate consultancy and project developer that supports companies to set robust science-aligned net-zero strategies and achieve their climate targets. Founded in France in 2005, the company now spans three continents with offices in Paris, London, Barcelona, New York, Montreal, Munich, Milan, and Kenya.
With a team of more than 300 international climate experts, EcoAct’s core purpose is to lead the way in delivering sustainable business solutions that deliver true value for both climate and client. EcoAct is a CDP Gold Partner, a founding member of ICROA, a strategic partner in the implementation of the Gold Standard for the Global Goals and reports to the UN Global Compact.
At EcoAct we are a diverse bunch of people all driven by the same purpose – to tackle the world’s environmental challenges. It might be our job, but it is also our personal passion.
Our Advisory Team helps our clients create business value through emissions management and carbon strategy. Our service offering includes a suite of interventions that form the basis of our A to Zero go-to-market strategy, carefully designed to support each stage of the corporate Net Zero Transformation journey.
The Senior Consultant will be required to contribute significantly to the growth and development of EcoAct’s Life Cycle Assessment and Product Carbon Footprint service line while managing local and international teams to lead ongoing project delivery. External relationships will be an important part of the role, with a requirement to liaise with project teams, clients, overseas offices, and representatives from partner organizations.
The successful candidate will join a team of collaborative and future-focused climate experts in a creative, warm, and inclusive work environment. Candidates should be considered experts in their area, with a passion for addressing climate-related business challenges.
Reporting to the Head of Advisory, the Senior Consultant will be required to work closely with all members of the team both in the North America business unit and globally, to achieve Company objectives. External relationships are a key part of the role, with a requirement to liaise with project teams, clients, and representatives from partner organisations.
The role will be based out of either our New York, Toronto or Montreal office, with a flexible blend of home and office working. Fully remote positions based outside of those locations are also possible. The successful applicant may be required to travel within North America and internationally on assignment (<10%).
EcoAct know how important it is to look after our colleagues. As well as a competitive salary (NY: $97,000-$132,000), EcoAct offers a comprehensive benefits package including (but not limited to) Health Insurance, Vision and Dental Plans, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, and our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP).
EcoAct offers great opportunities for your personal development and career advancement. We offer a structured career development path with clear timelines and expectations for progression.
Working with our dedicated team of experts, you will gain a high standard of skills development and expertise, starting with our in-depth induction programme, through to ongoing technical training and an extensive range of learning and development opportunities.
Company culture is of great importance to us and is something that every member of EcoAct helps to create. Employee well-being is a key priority for us, and we recognise the importance of work-life balance and how EcoAct can be supportive of individual needs; working from home, working part-time or flexible start and finish times can all be accommodated.
Applicants must have authorisation to work in Canada or the US by the start of their employment.
Please send your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to the following email address: [email protected].
EcoAct is an equal opportunities employer committed to the goal of building a culturally diverse workforce. We welcome applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity/paternity.