Global Director of Climate Services

IDC Technologies
Greeley, Colorado
Jun 12, 2024
Jun 16, 2024
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Other Corporate
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Role : Global Director of Climate Services

Location : Greeley, CO

Duration : Fulltime Hire

Job Description :

We have partnered with a large meat packaging company in the Greeley, CO area to provide them with a Global Director of Climate Services. Please review the below description and let us know if you are interested.

Prioritized Must Have Skills for the Global Director of Climate Services:
  • Must have at least 10 years of experience as a director level or higher.
  • Must have experience working with Greenhouse Gas (Action plans, Inventory ect.)
  • Must have experience in how greenhouse gas is calculated and maintained.
  • No more than 3 jobs in the past 10 years.

  • Responsibilities of the Global Director of Climate Services:
    • The Global Director of Climate Services will be a member of the Global Sustainability Services Team and is expected to contribute to solutions and execution of the team s overall priorities. Accountabilities may include but not be limited to the following:
    • Climate Services
    • Courageous leadership willingness to tackle planet-size climate challenges in as we work to proactively move toward a more circular and low-carbon food system.
    • Leading the climate transition planning activities, including overseeing the execution, accountability reporting, and ongoing improvement of the company s climate mitigation and adaptation plan that meets market and regulatory criteria.
    • Ensuring the company develops and executes an industry-leading climate transition to address its full scope of GHG emissions in alignment with current and emerging climate-related regulatory disclosures.
    • Lead the accurate compilation, analysis, and reporting of the company s GHG inventory, and progress towards emissions reduction goals.
    • Providing in-depth technical expertise and advice to our regional teams on relevant carbon accounting standards, GHG quantification methods, and Measurement, Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification (MMRV) approaches.
    • Taking the lead in developing and/or reviewing climate-related methodologies, regulatory policies, and carbon accounting and GHG reductions target setting guidance relevant for companies in the agrifood system.
    • Contributing to the team s engagement with other private- and public-sector, research, and civil society stakeholders on the methods, guidance, and practices to identify viable interventions to reduce GHG emissions and sequester carbon.
    • Climate Metrics, Monitoring and Evaluation
    • Supporting the internal development of GHG accounting systems and processes.
    • Contributing to the development of new climate metrics suitable for company investments.
    • Developing and implementing robust monitoring and evaluation frameworks to assess the impact and effectiveness of climate-related initiatives and investments.
    • Sectoral expertise
    • Providing subject-matter expertise and quantitative analysis on sector-level climate pathways, target-setting, investment or financing activities, and risk management practices, considering relevant climate policies and circumstances, for agriculture in support of the company s climate transition priorities.
    • Process Improvement & Capacity Building
    • Continuously seeking opportunities to enhance processes, methodologies, and tools related to the company s climate mitigation and adaptation strategies, plans, and actions. This includes proactively identifying areas for improvement and implementing innovative solutions to drive efficiency and effectiveness.
    • Identifying capacity gaps within and developing strategies to enhance the our global capacity in climate mitigation. This may involve designing and delivering training programs, mentoring junior staff, and fostering a culture of continuous learning and knowledge sharing.
    • Thought Leadership
    • Staying abreast of emerging trends, research, and developments in the field of carbon accounting and GHG emissions reduction protocols and methodologies.
    • Collaborating with internal and external scientific communities in related scientific fields (including climate, animal, soil, agronomy, and ecological sciences) to identify opportunities for collaboration.
    • Providing thought leadership within and contributing to external forums and conferences to enhance our engagement as a leader in the agriculture sector s contributions towards mitigation climate change.
    • Collaboration and Teamwork
    • Fostering a collaborative and inclusive work environment, including by promoting effective teamwork and knowledge sharing among team members.

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