Sector Specialist – Greenhouse Gases

Salary: c£42k

Location: Remotely to start with and then occasional attendance at the Banbury office

Closing date: 14th March at midnight

Are you interested in tackling climate change? Are you concerned about the impact food systems have on greenhouse gasses and other environmental degradation? If you are please read on.

This year WRAP turns 21; We’re coming of age and now more than ever we’re really making our presence felt. We work uniquely in the space between governments, businesses, communities, thinkers, and individuals – forging powerful partnerships and delivering ground-breaking initiatives to promote more sustainable economies and society. We are world renowned for taking facts to the right people, so they become actions that deliver change.

We are looking for a Sector Specialist with a practical knowledge of GHG accounting standards – including the GHG Protocol Scope 3 and Product Standards, PAS 2050 and relevant ISO standards.   And, experience of working with the food & drink sector to apply these accounting approaches.

Can you provide knowledge and direction on measuring and reducing GHG emissions within food & drink systems? Are you someone who can work closely with food & drink industry stakeholders on challenges and priorities and help drive GHG emissions reductions?

If you want to develop solutions which overcome barriers and encourage action.  If you enjoy providing technical direction and using your expertise to drive collective action.  If your skills can help WRAP’s Special Advisor with their cross-industry Working Group and help us make faster progress towards reducing GHG emissions in food & drink supply chains we’d like to hear from you.

This is a permanent, full-time role, currently remotely based; post-COVID you will occasionally be required to attend the Banbury office. Please refer to the job description for further details about what the role entails and the job essentials.

WRAP welcomes applications from suitably qualified applicants, regardless of religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital status, disability, or race.

To apply, please complete an application form, in full, and email to, along with your CV.  Incomplete applications will not be considered. 

The closing date for applications is 14th March at midnight. First stage interviews will be held on the 22nd/23rd March.

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