We are a specialist job board that focuses on jobs and careers in the green industry sector both in the United Kingdom and globally. Each month we promote hundreds of job postings across a variety of sectors including environmental jobs, environment jobs, renewable energy jobs and renewable jobs.
Each month thousands of highly qualified active and passive professionals use our job board as it has been designed to be user friendly and intuitive for the jobseeker to use, and provides them with the widest choice of suitable vacancies and the best possible functionality. Our job search functionality allows candidates to specify the exact type of role that they are interested in finding out more about as they can narrow their job search criteria by job title, job type, job sector, job category, salary, education level and location. When a candidate registers with GreenJobs they are given access to a free candidate management system. This allows the candidate to upload and edit their CV, set up job alerts by email that immediately notifies them of suitable job opportunities, add jobs to a wish list and track all the applications that they have made to suitable job postings. Furthermore the "Smartsearch" technology that we have developed ensures that job seekers are able to find the exact type of vacancy that they want, receive automatic recommendations on other suitable positions and email suitable job opportunities to friends and colleagues.
Register today to ensure that you do not miss out on your dream job.
Market leading organisations use our job board as an integral part of their candidate attraction strategy as we make the recruitment process quick, easy and cost effective for them. Furthermore our tailored recruitment solutions, such as featured jobs, featured employers and newsletter sponsorship, allow organisations to highlight their employer brand proposition and win the war for talent. The recruiter management system has been designed to be extremely user friendly and it gives our clients full control of their recruitment campaign as well as being fully integrated with job posting distribution services such as Broadbean, Idibu and Logic Melon. Clients can easily manage their recruitment process with functionality such as the ability to post, edit and delete their job postings. Furthermore, applications to their advertised job postings are sent straight to their inbox, this means that active job seekers can be contacted immediately. Our recruiter management system allows our clients to pre-qualify candidates by asking them to complete a number of important questions when they apply to their jobs. This information allows them to make a quick judgement call on whom the most suitable candidates are to take to the next stage of the recruitment process.
If you are an employer interested in finding how we can assist with your candidate attraction strategy or if you are looking to advertise your vacancies please contact us by email at email@example.com.
What Is A Green Job?
According to the United Nations Environment Program it can be defined as "work in agricultural, manufacturing, research and development (R&D), administrative, and service activities that contribute(s) substantially to preserving or restoring environmental quality. Specifically, but not exclusively, this includes jobs that help to protect ecosystems and biodiversity; reduce energy, materials, and water consumption through high efficiency strategies; de-carbonize the economy; and minimize or altogether avoid generation of all forms of waste and pollution." While some jobs require specific skills or education such as a solar engineer, environmental scientist, wind project manager or sustainability consultant other positions do not necessarily require a background as the role involves working for an organisation or this sector.
About The Sector
Jobs in this sector offer a diverse range of opportunities and career prospects and they are found in many sectors of the economy including agriculture, energy supply, manufacturing, retail and transport. In each specific industry sector the overriding purpose of particular jobs varies greatly. In the energy sector they can involve working in renewables (wind, solar, biofuels, geothermal and small-scale hydro), carbon sequestration or Co-generation. As transport is the life blood of the global economy developing more fuel efficient vehicles is a key focus, while in manufacturing the tasks involved with a particular role can be on pollution control, developing clean production techniques or the more efficient use of energy and materials. In the construction sector as buildings are a major cause of energy use, greenhouse gas emissions and waste generation the development of more eco-buildings (e.g. energy efficient windows/insulation/lighting/building materials/heating etc) is a priority. Indeed a wide variety of Jobs are also found in the material management (e.g. recycling, durability/reparability of products) sector, retail sector (e.g. minimisation of shipping distances, promotion of efficient products and eco labels) agriculture sector (e.g. soil conservation and water efficiency) and forestry sector (e.g. Reforestation, sustainable forestry management and certification schemes). Furthermore jobs span a wide array of occupational profiles, skills and educational background and while some constitute entirely new types of jobs the majority are modified versions of traditional professions and occupations. Indeed there is evidence of the viability and potential for jobs across the entire workforce including manual labourers, skilled workers, craftsmen, highly qualified technicians, engineers and managers.
It is estimated that there are currently millions of jobs globally and a report that was led by the Green Jobs Initiative (United Nations Environment Programme, the International Labor Organization, and the International Trade Union Confederation) has stated that a greener economy could generate 15 to 60 million additional jobs globally over the next two decades and lift tens of millions of workers out of poverty if appropriate government policies are implemented. Furthermore the business case for greening both the economy and the job market has been growing increasingly powerful due to the rising price of energy/commodities, and customers/policy makers exerting growing pressure on the business community to adopt greener practices and production methods in order to avert dangerous climate change. The greening of the economy presents a major opportunity to start new businesses, develop new markets and lower energy costs. However it should be stated that net gains in overall employment are smaller than the overall number of potential direct new jobs that could be created as new jobs may take the place of existing jobs. This would be the case where jobs in renewable energy replace those in conventional power generation or where jobs are lost in industries that experience a drop in demand for their products and services due to concerns about their high environmental impact.