Join ICE's sustainability leadership team

ICE is looking for volunteers to get involved with our project group focused on sustainability.

A global outlook of our energy footprint
A global outlook of our energy footprint

The Sustainability Leadership Team will be producing activity and guidance for infrastructure professionals on the sustainability of civil infrastructure, as part of ICE’s ‘Energy, Resilience and Climate Change’ campaign 2017-2019. The main themes will be the role of infrastructure in creating socially inclusive outcomes; low carbon infrastructure; and, using sustainability to de-risk infrastructure investments.

How can you help/ who are we looking for?

Do you have expertise and a passion to advance sustainability engineering? Do you want to help produce high quality material that will drive sustainability in the profession and wider built environment sector? Then why not apply to be a member of ICE’s project team on sustainability?

What will the Sustainability Leadership Team be doing?

ICE project teams are composed of members who share their knowledge and influence to help shape ICE's knowledge and activities. ICE’s current focus is ‘Energy, Resilience and Climate Change’. We wish to attract the very best candidates for these roles at an exciting time for this project team, when:

  • the Sustainability Leadership Team is being led by Davide Stronati, Global Sustainability Leader at Mott MacDonald)
  • the criticality of engineering to sustainability is increasingly evident
  • last but not least, 2018 is ICE’s bicentenary with many ambitious, high quality events and output planned; high quality sustainability material should be part of this

We are therefore very keen to work with energetic candidates who are passionate about advancing sustainability at a very exciting time.

Please send a CV and covering letter explaining why you are applying, what knowledge you would like to help produce, and what you believe you would bring to the team, to: anna.plodowski@ice.org.uk by Monday 31 July 2017 at the absolute latest.

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