Job Title : Sustainability Manager
Business : Fitout
Reporting to : Senior Sustainability Manager
Here at ISG, everything we do is based around an exceptional delivery dynamic and very strong customer relationships. These relationships are built on mutual trust, collaboration and honest communication.
Meanwhile, with a fast-paced and agile culture, we know how to develop thriving places that are created with their future occupants front of mind.
As a Project Manager with us, you'll have a vital role to play in delivering those environments. You'll instil quality into every stage of every project, making sure we always achieve or exceed all expectations.
You'll be part of a team that's characterised by a shared passion for innovation, openness and constant learning, all of which makes this a fantastic company in which to hone your skills and develop your career.
What will you be doing?
ISG's Fit Out business, which incorporates the Major Projects, Agility (Aldgate House), requires a Sustainability Manager to support a growth in private and public sector workload.
The role will therefore be split between Bristol and London, with a regular presence on site. The successful candidate will report to the Senior Sustainability Manager based in Bristol but also receive extensive support from the wider ISG sustainability team.
The role will require the following :
Corporate ISO 14001 standards
Job Purpose :
To be the focal point for environmental and sustainability audits and inspections across Retail and Fit Out projects, working with existing sustainability teams in both business units.
The successful candidate must be able to cope with a challenging workload including the ability to respond to deadlines and support several project teams simultaneously so that environmental requirements and sustainability commitments are met.
Key Deliverables :
What do you need to bring?
The ideal candidate will be an excellent communicator with a passion for, and in-depth understanding of sustainability and the environmental regulatory framework.
A methodical approach to workload is necessary, as is the ability to prioritise urgent over important. Logistical planning for site attendances with competing work priorities is essential and will require a dynamic, flexible individual to manage workloads.
The role involves working in both a standalone capacity as well as being part of a team. The individual must have experience relating to the construction industry and specifically working with construction teams.