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Sustainable development, what is it?
The principle of sustainable development is to find a balance between economic, social and environmental issues. To this end, the UN has set a list of 17 sustainable development goals, including the protection of the environment, biodiversity, the development of renewable energies, the management of water resources, innovations and infrastructures (research and development). As you can see, environment and sustainable development are closely linked.
Which companies are recruiting in sustainable development?
Are you looking for a job in the sustainable development sector? Good news: many job offers are emerging in these sectors of activity. Indeed, ADEME estimates that nearly one million new hires will take place by 2050, in green professions alone. Recruiters can be companies in the social and solidarity economy sector, but also traditional companies wishing to improve their impact (we talk about CSR, Corporate Social Responsibility).
What profile is required to work in sustainable development?
To find a job in the field of the environment and sustainable development, the profiles sought are varied. Depending on your professional experience but also on your professional project, you may need specific training in environmental and social issues. Do not hesitate to consult our training offers on jobs_that_makesense to find out which one could suit you. You can also acquire a first experience by becoming a volunteer for an association committed to the environment and ecology.
What are the professions of sustainable development?
Job seekers can find many job opportunities in the environment and sustainable development on jobs_that_makesense. Some examples for your job search:
QSE (Quality Safety-Environment) project manager: they define the environmental quality and safety policy in order to reduce the industrial risks of their company. Job accessible after a higher education (bac +4 / +5), it can progress to executive-executive functions, as sustainable development manager or CSR director.
Responsible communication officer (CSR communication manager): they help their company to promote its CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) commitments by ensuring that its content and communication strategy are adapted according to its environmental and social actions.
As the sector is booming, new professions are emerging (almost) every day. Do not hesitate to consult the new job offers in CDD, CDI, internship or work-study and to prepare your CV and cover letter!
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