Sustainability Analyst/Writer

Climb the Green Ladder

Home-based with occasional meetings in London/Kent
£15-25/hour depending on experience

Paid • Part Time • Temporary

[email protected] 07747114452 Amy Fetzer

Reference: Analyst

Sectors: sustainability

Closing date: Not specified, apply soon!


URGENT - please apply ASAP!

Are you a strong writer and researcher, expert at creating punchy, powerful copy that brings sustainability to life? 

Are you a graduate with a sustainability-related qualification (e.g. Bsc/BA/MSc/PhD) so you understand key issues, terms  and commitments? 

Are you passionate about harnessing the power of business to tackle the climate crisis?

Are you keen to use your power to make a difference?

Are you conscientious, reliable, and keen to help play your part?

If so, we need you!

Climb the Green Ladder is looking for superb writers and researchers with strong sustainability knowledge. Climb the Green Ladder is a dynamic consultancy run by Amy Fetzer. Climb the Green Ladder works with organisations including WRAP, EY, Footprint Media and Merchant Cantos on projects for major multinationals, including Nestle Professional and Sodexo, to help business sectors and individual organisations become more successful and more sustainablie.

The work is dynamic, but the role could include elements such as:

  • Primary and secondary research – e.g. desk-based research, survey, interview analysis
  • Analysis and report writing/comms
  • Social media/website support/management
  • Industry/stakeholder engagement
  • ESG reporting (e.g. reviewing, colating material for)
  • Campaign promotion/engagement activities (e.g. contacting restaurant chains to engage them in food waste reduction campaign)
  • PowerPoint creation
  • Proofing materials
  • Administrative tasks

Work would be conducted primarily from home, with potentially occasional travel for meetings/site visits. Contract is freelance with hours varying depending on project needs, so someone who is flexible is ideal. It is anticipated that it would require between 10-20 hours per week on an ongoing basis.

For more details on Amy and her projects, see her LinkedIn page.

To apply, please email [email protected] with why you think you’re the perfect candidate for the role, your CV and some examples of your writing - blog, article, report, infographic - whatever you're proud of and that shows your sustainability writing off well!