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London 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Sustainability Analyst
Reference #: 20540_1624459893
Location: London
Salary: £1 - £2 per annum
Benefits: + bonus
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 23/06/2021


Working client side for one of the most highly respected developer and asset managers in the UK, the Sustainability Analyst position will play a pivotal role in helping the organisation achieve its ambitious sustainability targets.

About you:

You will be a highly analytical sustainability professional with meticulous attention to detail, and a breadth of knowledge across sustainability within the built environment. You will have effectively worked in a data driven sustainability position, and be comfortable managing multiple large data related projects. You will have outstanding communication, and be effective at engaging a range of stakeholders.

About the organisation.

The organisation is one of the most reputable, listed developers and asset managers in the UK, owning c.£2.5 billion of commercial real estate, retail and residential properties. They have a reputation for excellence in sustainability, and sustainability is an integral part of the organisation's philosophy and approach to business.


Data and reporting

  • Managing the collection and analysis of sustainability data across both the development and investment portfolios
  • Collate and input sustainability data for benchmarks and indices such as CDP, GRESB, FTSE4GOOD, REEB, ISS, and MSCI
  • Support the communication of various internal and external sustainability data to be used for the company annual report, sustainability report and website

Support the company's net zero ambitions

  • Improve the measurement and management of scope 3 data, to support the roadmap to net zero
  • Work with relevant sustainability stakeholders to develop and implement the organisations approach to carbon offsetting
  • Drive improvements in sustainability performance and environmental management of the organisations asset portfolio

Design, resilience, and community

  • Support the sustainability team in creating the climate resilience strategy
  • Track ESG progress for KPIs related to biodiversity net gain
  • Track progress of social value measurements
  • Track wellbeing metrics for occupier and development initiative

Please apply directly, or to discuss further contact Gareth on 020 7960 2559.

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