Careers

Opportunity to change the world

Are you passionate about sustainable building and its power to fight climate change, while improving lives? Do you want to work with a dynamic team, and an exciting and diverse global community that together are striving to transform the building and construction sector towards net zero carbon emissions?

Then consider applying for one of our available positions below, or send us your resumé and covering letter to keep on file for future positions.

We're working to maximise the climate change mitigating effects of green buildings and reduce global temperature rise – and you can, too.

Job Vacancies 

Resources & Circularity Project Officer

Location: London, UK based preferable, but location flexible
Salary: £24,000-£30,000 per annum (commensurate with experience and location)
Type of Position: Full-time, minimum 1 year term (potential for renewal)

Resources & Circularity (R&C) is a flagship theme of WorldGBC’s strategy. The global programme dedicated to advancing the circular economy will be formally launched in 2022, growing awareness and supporting advocacy around resource efficiency and the circular economy.

The Resources & Circularity Project Officer will work closely with the Director of Strategy and Development, supporting the implementation of the strategic plan.

This role will include involvement with technical work and responsibility for producing project deliverables, engagement with members / corporate and non-corporate partners, sponsors communication, and operational and administration support. The Project Officer must be enthusiastic, willing to learn, and be excited to be part of a passionate and fast-moving team dedicated to improving sustainability in the built environment.

Specific Deliverables 2022:

  • Internal market research – accumulate and analyse Green Building Council (GBC) and partner research on resource efficiency and circular economy
  • WorldGBC network consultation, featuring GBCs and partners to establish network definition and common vision, including principles for network and industry
  • Thought leadership from WorldGBC network, featuring GBCs and partners, plus creation of quality training and communication materials for GBCs

For more information, please download the job description here.

To apply, please send a CV AND covering letter to careers@worldgbc.org by 31st January 2022.

 

Advancing Net Zero Project Officer

Location: London, UK based preferable, but location flexible
Salary: £24,000-£30,000 per annum (commensurate with experience and location)
Type of Position: Full-time, minimum 1 year term (potential for renewal)

The Advancing Net Zero (ANZ) programme is a global initiative which drives thought leadership globally and supports Green Building Councils (GBCs) and their member companies to increase the uptake of net zero carbon buildings. It is the flagship programme of WorldGBC’s climate action impact area.

The WorldGBC Advancing Net Zero Project Officer will work closely with the Advancing Net Zero Director and Advancing Net Zero Project Coordinator, supporting the day-to-day activities and delivery of the global programme. The Project Officer must be enthusiastic, willing to learn, and be excited to be part of a passionate and fast-moving team dedicated to improving sustainability in the built environment.

Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Attendance and participation in project steering committee webinars, attendance of events, event planning etc.
  • Maintain necessary project administration tasks such as work plans, trackers, meeting minutes, website content maintenance, meeting scheduling etc.
  • Marketing & communications support 
  • Support any other project activities as they arise, such as development of training materials, report drafts and research
  • General administrative support across the ANZ team
  • Manage the databse and stakeholder engament for the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment

For more information, please download the job description here.

To apply, please send a CV AND covering letter to careers@worldgbc.org by 31st January 2022.

 

Work life benefits with WorldGBC 

We pride ourselves in making our organisation what we believe to be one of the best places to work in the world. Working at WorldGBC provides unique benefits and compelling job opportunities that align with our mission and values, and we strive continuously to create a rewarding and energising work environment that supports every staff member in their career development.  

We strongly encourage work life balance, recognising that we do our best work when we are rested and regularly rejuvenated. We offer significant holidays; some of the best maternity and paternity benefits; the opportunity to travel the world; unique training opportunities created and led by other team members; annual ‘inspiration days’ to provide every staff member with free time to pursue creativity and innovation, as well as reconnect with what inspires them. 

Last year, 100% of our staff said they were proud to be a part of Team WorldGBC. We hope you’ll join us and find out why!

 

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Opportunity to change the world

Are you passionate about sustainable building and its power to fight climate change, while improving lives? Do you want to work with a dynamic team, and an exciting and diverse global community that together are striving to transform the building and construction sector towards net zero carbon emissions?

Then consider applying for one of our available positions below, or send us your resumé and covering letter to keep on file for future positions.

We're working to maximise the climate change mitigating effects of green buildings and reduce global temperature rise – and you can, too.

Job Vacancies 

Resources & Circularity Project Officer

Location: London, UK based preferable, but location flexible
Salary: £24,000-£30,000 per annum (commensurate with experience and location)
Type of Position: Full-time, minimum 1 year term (potential for renewal)

Resources & Circularity (R&C) is a flagship theme of WorldGBC’s strategy. The global programme dedicated to advancing the circular economy will be formally launched in 2022, growing awareness and supporting advocacy around resource efficiency and the circular economy.

The Resources & Circularity Project Officer will work closely with the Director of Strategy and Development, supporting the implementation of the strategic plan.

This role will include involvement with technical work and responsibility for producing project deliverables, engagement with members / corporate and non-corporate partners, sponsors communication, and operational and administration support. The Project Officer must be enthusiastic, willing to learn, and be excited to be part of a passionate and fast-moving team dedicated to improving sustainability in the built environment.

Specific Deliverables 2022:

  • Internal market research – accumulate and analyse Green Building Council (GBC) and partner research on resource efficiency and circular economy
  • WorldGBC network consultation, featuring GBCs and partners to establish network definition and common vision, including principles for network and industry
  • Thought leadership from WorldGBC network, featuring GBCs and partners, plus creation of quality training and communication materials for GBCs

For more information, please download the job description here.

To apply, please send a CV AND covering letter to careers@worldgbc.org by 31st January 2022.

 

Advancing Net Zero Project Officer

Location: London, UK based preferable, but location flexible
Salary: £24,000-£30,000 per annum (commensurate with experience and location)
Type of Position: Full-time, minimum 1 year term (potential for renewal)

The Advancing Net Zero (ANZ) programme is a global initiative which drives thought leadership globally and supports Green Building Councils (GBCs) and their member companies to increase the uptake of net zero carbon buildings. It is the flagship programme of WorldGBC’s climate action impact area.

The WorldGBC Advancing Net Zero Project Officer will work closely with the Advancing Net Zero Director and Advancing Net Zero Project Coordinator, supporting the day-to-day activities and delivery of the global programme. The Project Officer must be enthusiastic, willing to learn, and be excited to be part of a passionate and fast-moving team dedicated to improving sustainability in the built environment.

Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Attendance and participation in project steering committee webinars, attendance of events, event planning etc.
  • Maintain necessary project administration tasks such as work plans, trackers, meeting minutes, website content maintenance, meeting scheduling etc.
  • Marketing & communications support 
  • Support any other project activities as they arise, such as development of training materials, report drafts and research
  • General administrative support across the ANZ team
  • Manage the databse and stakeholder engament for the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment

For more information, please download the job description here.

To apply, please send a CV AND covering letter to careers@worldgbc.org by 31st January 2022.

 

Work life benefits with WorldGBC 

We pride ourselves in making our organisation what we believe to be one of the best places to work in the world. Working at WorldGBC provides unique benefits and compelling job opportunities that align with our mission and values, and we strive continuously to create a rewarding and energising work environment that supports every staff member in their career development.  

We strongly encourage work life balance, recognising that we do our best work when we are rested and regularly rejuvenated. We offer significant holidays; some of the best maternity and paternity benefits; the opportunity to travel the world; unique training opportunities created and led by other team members; annual ‘inspiration days’ to provide every staff member with free time to pursue creativity and innovation, as well as reconnect with what inspires them. 

Last year, 100% of our staff said they were proud to be a part of Team WorldGBC. We hope you’ll join us and find out why!