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Shoreham Port

Shoreham Port

Nautilus House, 90-100 Albion Street Brighton BN42 4ED

Nautilus House, 90-100 Albion Street Brighton BN42 4ED

  • Position: Sustainability Co-ordinator
  • Salary: £26,000 - £29,000 per annum
  • Location: Southwick

Description

Are you passionate about the Maritime Industry and want to be part of its journey to a greener, sustainable future? Join us in our decarbonisation and sustainability journey at Shoreham Port!

As a Sustainability Co-ordinator, you'll be at the forefront of our efforts to reduce carbon emissions and ensure a greener future for the Port. Working closely with stakeholders and teams across the Port, you'll be working to reduce our impacts across land, sea and air, identifying new ways to make a difference and working on a diverse array of internal and external projects.

About Shoreham Port 

As a bustling industrial cluster spanning 110 acres, our operations cover a range of cargos, commercial property, leisure, and fishing, with our colleagues operating heavy machinery including cranes, forklifts and a variety of vessels. With a decade of EcoPort status, we prioritise sustainability and are growing this team to drive further change. As a Sustainability Co-ordinator, you will develop and implement strategies to advance our sustainability goals, targeting emissions reduction, conservation, and air quality improvement. Join us and play a vital role in shaping a greener future for our dynamic Port community.

Key Tasks

  • Engage with and facilitate partnerships with local stakeholders (partner organisations, charities, and universities) to foster collaboration and drive collective action towards shared sustainability goals.
  • Provide support on sustainability projects and initiatives, including energy efficiency improvements, waste management, conservation and emissions reduction.
  • Assist in the collection, analysis and reporting of key energy consumption and emissions data.
  • Understanding and awareness of key policy and regulatory developments, industry trends and best practices related to maritime sustainability and decarbonisation.

Key Skills

  • Bachelor's degree in the field of environmental science, sustainability, marine conservation or similar, or equivalent related experience.
  • Knowledge of maritime industry and operations and regulatory frameworks related to environmental sustainability and decarbonisation.
  • Keen interest in sustainability, including the development of future fuels and technology, decarbonisation and marine and terrestrial conservation.
  • Some experience in project management and stakeholder management and/or communication.

How we value our colleagues

  • Salary: £26,000 - £29,000 per annum depending on skills & experience
  • Hours of Work: 40 hours per week (hybrid working)
  • Generous pension contribution
  • 25 days holiday plus Bank Holidays
  • Supportive training
  • Wellbeing benefits including access to health cash plan, mental health first aiders and cycle to work scheme
  • 25% discount at Port Kitchen (our hospitality venue)

Please note:

Applicants should be aware the Port operates under its impairment policy, which includes a zero-tolerance for drugs and alcohol, with a random programme of testing operated throughout.

Application method:

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Please submit your CV and covering letter to: jobs@shoreham-port.co.uk

Closing date:

The closing date for applications is Friday 19th July 2024