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Airport Carbon Accreditation
Administration

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Currently, the primary objective of Environmental Minds is the preparation for the administration (as of December 2024) of Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA); the global standard for carbon management in the airport industry.  We are currently recruiting experts to reinforce our team and expanding the essential technical resources framework so that airports can seamlessly navigate through the accreditation process. 

Airport Carbon Accreditation independently assesses and recognises the efforts of airports to manage and reduce their carbon emissions through 7 levels of certification: ‘Mapping’, ‘Reduction’, ‘Optimisation’, ‘Neutrality’, ‘Transformation’, ‘Transition’ and ‘Level 5’. It is a programme that relies on internationally recognised methodologies and is relevant to airports of all sizes and types. As of early 2024, there are more than 550 accredited airports across the world. 

Manager Level Positions

Carbon Strategy Officer

The Carbon Strategy Officer plays a critical role in ensuring the quality and reliability of the ACA administration services. This position, which reports to the Programme Director, acts as the lead specialist on climate issues, advises regarding ACA’s carbon management strategy and development, and is responsible for the company’s overall quality management. It requires strong leadership skills, focus on detail, and a commitment to continuous learning and monitoring international climate developments. If you are a results-driven individual with a passion for quality control and teamwork, this is the right role for you. 

Associate Level Positions

The Carbon Accreditation Associates play an important role in ensuring the quality and reliability of the ACA administration services. The Associates, who report to the Carbon Accreditation Senior Associates, are responsible for assessing the airport and verifier applications, operating the Helpdesk and for guiding the airports through the accreditation process. The job holders require very good knowledge of climate issues, focus on detail and customer care, a commitment to continuous learning and monitoring international climate developments and fluency in written and spoken English.

The Carbon Accreditation Senior Associates play an important role in ensuring the quality and reliability of the ACA administration services. The Senior Associates, who report to the Director of Operations, are responsible for the execution and timely completion of the airports’ application review process, supervising the work of the Carbon Accreditation Associates, operating the Helpdesk, as well as guiding the airports through the accreditation process. The job holders require deep knowledge of climate issues, focus on detail and customer care, a commitment to continuous learning and monitoring international climate developments and fluency in written and spoken English.

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