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The way New Zealanders move is changing. EVs and hybrid vehicles are a common sight on our roads. The infrastructure to support them is growing apace. Consumers are increasingly environmentally aware, and consider sustainability as part of their purchasing choices. Good business now includes decisions around recycling, waste disposal, paperless systems and carbon footprint.
As the national fleet evolves, we are looking at how we, as a membership organisation, can embrace sustainability, protect our environment, and make a difference for generations. This requires us to transform into an organisation that will develop, adopt and execute modern sustainability principles, while supporting and inspiring our members to do the same.
With this in mind, we are seeking to appoint a Sustainability Lead to inspire and guide the organisation through this reinvention. With strong executive and board support, this greenfield role will apply a sustainability lens to everything we do. A crucial focus for this role will be to support and guide members to succeed as our industry changes.
Great candidates for this position will be passionate about sustainability and have a commitment to deliver meaningful change. Experience in business case development with a sustainability lens is important, as well as an operational background in embedding and delivering these kinds of programs. As an accomplished communicator with diverse audiences, you will be comfortable overcoming resistance, challenging conventional thinking, and working collaboratively with a range of internal partners.
This role could be fulltime or a contract role. There is flexibility on location and working arrangements. For more information please contact Simon Bradwell.