The best sustainability and CSR recruitment agency jobs boards on the net, Part 1 of 4

by Shannon Houde

There are so many job sites and boards dedicated to CSR and sustainability careers, it’s all too easy for a jobseeker to feel snowed under by the avalanche of information coming at them through the search engine.

To help you navigate the job search slalom, I’ve selected the best sites on the internet for corporate responsibility, sustainability, environmental, social enterprise, international development and NGO vacancies.

In Part 1 of this 4-part series, I’m drilling down on the top US, UK and International recruitment agency websites on the net.


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  • Corporate Responsibility, CSR and Sustainability Job Sites (coming in July)
  • Environmental Sustainability, Climate Change and Energy Job Sites (coming in August)
  • Social Enterprise, Philanthropy, International Development and NGO Job Sites (coming in September)

Let me know if we’ve missed any of your favourite job boards, and I’ll include them too.

Recruitment Sites – all levels:

Acre Resources

Acre is the UK’s leading recruitment and business intelligence agency for the CSR, sustainability and environmental sectors. They list vacancies on their website and you can register to get updates.

Allen & York

Allen & York is a major international sustainability and environment recruitment agency. They list jobs on their website.


Amida is a global sustainable development recruiter with a broad remit. They list jobs on their website.


Evergreen is a UK recruitment agency for the environmental sector. They list jobs on their website, mainly UK-based but some international.

Six Degree People

Six Degree People bills itself as finding business leaders for a changing world. They don’t list jobs on their site, so upload your resume.

Quanta Consulting

Quanta Consulting is an international recruiter for the energy, technology and environment sectors. They list jobs on their website.

Weinreb Group

Weinreb Group is the leading recruitment agency for CSR and sustainability in the United States. They list their searches as well as several other U.S. positions on their website.  The site includes several resources for jobseekers.


Recruitment Sites – executive level:

Wilbury Stratton

Wilbury Stratton is a global recruiter, focusing on executive-level roles. They don’t list jobs on their site – you need to send in your CV.

Egon Zehnder

Egon Zehnder is a major international executive search firm. They work across a wide range of sectors, including sustainability. You’ll need to complete their registration process and submit your CV to be considered for a role.


Korn/Ferry International is an executive recruiter. Like Egon Zehnder, they also work across a wide range of sectors, including sustainability, supply chain and non-profit.


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