Associate, Supply Chain

CDP North America
  • Location
    New York, New York
  • Sector
    Non Profit
  • Experience
    Early Career / Mid Career
  • Posted
    Jan 05

Position description

At CDP, we are on a mission to solve our planet’s biggest environmental challenges: climate change, water scarcity and deforestation. We believe you can’t manage what you don’t measure – so we run the world’s largest environmental disclosure system. For the past two decades, our team has worked tirelessly to create a thriving economy that works for people and planet in the long term – we accomplish this by engaging the global actors who wield the greatest influence in driving environmental change: companies, cities, governments and the capital markets.

 

CDP’s cascading global impact is powered by our tight-knit team of smart, savvy, curious and committed individuals, who share a common passion for creating a sustainable future. It is our people who make our work possible. And we provide our people with a working environment that empowers each individual to reach their full potential: one that is committed to equity; one that provides equal access for growth and development; and one that supports each individual throughout the full employee life cycle. 

 

We are looking for an Associate to join our North American Supply Chain team to provide critical operational support to account managers, the global Supply Chain team, and the broader Corporations and Supply Chains (CSC) department. Your mission: help us further our mission by assisting in the development of data outputs, creating content for external presentations, conducting industry-specific research, and providing administrative support to the program.  

 

Who you are

o  You are passionate about mitigating the climate crisis, reducing deforestation, and/or improving water security through direct corporate action and engagement

o  You have demonstrable knowledge about the impacts that corporations and supply chains have on the environment

o  You hold a degree in a subject relating to environment sustainability, procurement, and/or sustainable business

o  You have an interest in using and maintaining data and databases

o  You have project management and/or project coordination experience

o  You have the desire and ability to improve and streamline processes to achieve program goals more efficiently

o  You are attentive to details, with strong organizational and time management skills

o  You are proficient with MS Office 365

 

 

Your day-to-day

o  You will provide supply chain member support to CDP account managers, such as responding to external questions, onboarding new supply chain members, processing member requests

o  You will create content for webinars, events, member calls, and/or member meetings

o  You will help maintain our customer relationship management database

o  You will prepare tailored reports for supply chain member companies 

o  You will support the quality assurance processes of analysis outputs, supplier uploads, and/or member communications

o  You will provide ad hoc support for other projects as necessary 

 

 

Bonus points

o  You are a self-starter with an ability to come up to speed quickly and independently 

o  You are familiar with Power BI, client relationship management systems, and/or other analytic platforms

o  You are familiar with procurement and/or supply chain management functions 

Application instructions

Are you interested in joining our mission? Please apply! 

  • To apply. Email your CV and a cover letter detailing why you’re a strong fit for the role to: [email protected] with “CDP Associate Supply Chain Application – [First Name Last Name]” in the subject line. Please apply before January 20th.
  • Compensation. We offer a competitive NGO salary plus an annual discretionary bonus. The salary range for the Associate role is $40,000 - $45,000.
  • The fine print. We love and value our global employees. For this role, all interested applicants must be eligible to work legally in the U.S.

CDP North America is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of justice, equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility both within our workplace and across our larger organizational impact. Candidates of color and/or from marginalized backgrounds are highly encouraged to apply for this role.

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