There is an exciting opportunity at Lloyds Banking Group for a Manager, Group Sustainability Programme.
What would you be involved with?
You’ll be required to lead on specific areas of our metrics framework, to support our overall ambition and help develop and maintain the Group-wide sustainability strategy and green finance offer; working collaboratively across divisions. You’d need to carry out external scanning of emerging themes and regulatory developments with regard to Sustainability and then apply these to an LBG context.
Responsibilities would include
Supporting the development of our overall strategic narrative of the Group’s sustainability strategy and framing the sustainable finance offers and in-house activities.
Supporting with the Group’s response to the Task-force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), including scenario analysis of risks and opportunities.
Looking at the integration of environmental sustainability within the Group’s and divisional risk management whilst supporting on the development of green/sustainable finance offers.
Developing a strong network of external stakeholders that may be delivery partners or important market players for the Groups’ green finance activities and supporting on sustainability reporting.
You’ll be required to support with the interaction with regulators and policy makers as and when required.
Managing risks within own portfolio of work and providing support to the business by helping to identify and mitigate risk across portfolio of activity owned outside the central team.
Provide experienced business partnering and consultancy to divisions to influence alignment and dedication to the Group’s approach to doing business in a responsible, inclusive and sustainable way, tailored as appropriate to local requirements.
- Specialist knowledge – Subject matter expertise on environmental sustainability issues and their impact on business including climate change and green finance
- Senior influence – Able to influence and challenge senior stakeholders to see the need for action
- Business partnering – ability to consult with and guide a division in the implementation of central strategy
- Change management – understands the Group’s approach to delivering change and able to utilise effective methods of managing projects and programmes within time and budget constraints
- Organisation awareness – knowledge of the Group’s core business areas and commercial priorities, able to use internal network to quickly make change happen
- Problem solving – ability to understand complex issues and create clear actionable solutions. Both in the context of internal product development and external thought leadership on the development of new market