Environmental Program Manager
ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM MANAGER
Logitech is the sweet spot for people who are passionate about products, making a mark, and having fun. As a company, we’re small and flexible enough for every person to take initiative and make things happen. But we’re big enough in our portfolio, and reach, for those actions to have a global impact. That’s a pretty sweet spot to be in and we’re always striving to keep it that way.
Approximately 50% of our annual revenue is generated from products produced at our own facility in China. At that facility, we have an established EHS (Environment, Health & Safety) team and we rely on a number of local and international Component Suppliers. The remainder of our revenue is generated from products that are manufactured by Joint Design Manufacturers (JDMs) and Contract Manufacturers (CMs), who are working in accordance with established standards for environmental and social good practice. We also lease space in a number of third-party warehouses worldwide, for interim storage of products that are being shipped to market.
Logitech is a member of the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) and committed to best practice sustainability performance. Our goal is to have a best-in-class production facility, which “leads the way” for our suppliers. We expect similar high standards of environmental performance in our supply chain and we are actively working to reduce the environmental impact of our supply chain year-on-year.
Logitech’s global Sustainability Team is looking to recruit a Environmental Program Manager to lead the development and implementation of environmental management systems and programs for Major Component Suppliers, Joint Design Manufacturers (JDMs), Contract Manufacturers (CMs) and Warehousing Suppliers. The recruited candidate will work closely with Logitech’s Climate and Circularity team in Ireland, Logitech’s Social and Supply Chain Auditing Team in Shenzhen and Logitech’s EHS team at our own production facility. The purpose of the role is to drive best practice environmental standards in our own factory and supplier factories, to reduce the environmental impact of our factories year-on-year.
Survey our own factory and supplier factories on an annual basis to understand and analyse our manufacturing Water Footprint, Waste Footprint and Carbon Footprint.
Develop risk assessment methodologies and processes to identify the greatest risks and opportunities in our supply chain.
Develop proposals addressing significant areas of impact and opportunities for improvement.
Engage with suppliers to help suppliers develop and implement a roadmap of improvement programs and associated reporting, in line with Logitech expectations.
Refine, expand and evolve our existing sustainability dashboards for factory performance reporting to ensure continued alignment with best-practice standards including the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, SBTi standards, GRI and CDP.
Develop tools to further evolve and support a greater understanding of best practices, Logitech expectations and reporting protocols.
Drive the execution of energy efficiency projects across our manufacturing supply chain to help deliver our commitment to reduce supplier greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030.
Manage and evolve our existing Renewable Electricity Portal to catalyze the purchase of renewable electricity across our manufacturing supply chain.
Develop water risk assessments, targets and timelines for suppliers to reduce any significant impacts on water resources, particularly in areas of water scarcity.
Develop waste inventories and insights for our own production facility and supplier facilities, to help us identify waste reduction initiatives, material efficiency programs and landfill avoidance programs.
Optimise the use of refrigerants to reduce carbon impacts.
Support our existing Social and Supply Chain Auditing Team with environmental expertise and contribute to team auditing tools.
Research and identify relevant governmental and local authority initiatives that Logitech or our supply chain should participate in, to work with others and/or governmental support, to reduce our environmental impact.
Lead our existing Warehousing Sustainability Program, including strategies and targets, to drive down the environmental impact of warehousing year-on-year.
Manage and evaluate carbon and other environmental data for internal and external reporting of supply chain performance, to develop new insights and inform decision-making.
Contribute insights for public reporting of environmental performance in our supply chain, including CDP reporting and annual Sustainability Reporting.
For this role, we are looking for the following skills and experience:
A minimum of 7 years experience with best-practice standards for environmental management in factories in South-East Asia or equivalent.
Experience in a corporate role - developing goals, targets, proposals and roadmaps for suppliers and other stakeholders to implement and providing appropriate tools and corporate-level support.
Strong communication and influencing skills, including writing and presentation skills in both chinese and english. The successful candidate will have an english-speaking line manager, while working with colleagues and stakeholders who are chinese-speaking.
Experience with cross-functional working groups, task forces and other mechanisms of inclusive collaboration. The ability to bring people together around a common goal and lead by influence;
Expert ability with excel and other data analysis tools and methodologies to manage and quality check data accuracy, complete statistical analysis, develop targets and oversee the development of new databases and visualization dashboards
Ability to think both strategically and tactically - collating and analyzing data from a wide variety of sources to develop strategy and inform decision-making;
Attention to detail and a passion for environmental management in factories.
The following additional skills and experience would also be advantageous.
Experience with QA/QC processes for data analysis methods and statistical and trend analysis.
Experience or a flare for data visualization and copy-writing, for public reporting and impact visualizations.
Experience working at the corporate level in the fast-moving consumer products sector or supporting that sector in a consulting role.
Degree in Engineering, Science, or equivalent or relevant qualifications or experience.
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