Green Job: Sustainability Executives at the NUS Office of Environmental Sustainability

The NUS Office of Environmental Sustainability has 2 job openings, do contact them directly.

Position:  Sustainability Executives with Office of Environmental Sustainability

The Sustainability Executive must have a passion for the environment, possess excellent writing and project management skills. Reporting to the Head of the Office of Environmental Sustainability, the Sustainability Executive shall develop, plan, coordinate and implement programs and polices related to campus sustainability. The Sustainability Executive shall also be responsible for encouraging and facilitating sustainability programs initiated by the student, faculty and staff community members to achieve sustainability objectives.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Good knowledge and extreme keen interest in the environment and the field of sustainable development
  • Excellent writing, communication, analytical and organisational skills
  • Extremely versatile and able to work independently and efficiently
  • Strong ability to work constructively with a wide range of partners
  • A good team player

More details are available here.

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