There is an opportunity at Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts for a Sustainability Manager. Reporting to the Associate Director of the Office for Sustainability (OFS) and the Assistant Director of HBS Sustainability & Energy Management, the HBS Sustainability Manager is an integral member of the HBS and OFS teams. The position will be responsible for initiating, implementing, and continually improving cutting-edge sustainability programs at HBS in coordination with senior leadership and faculty members, particularly members of the BEI (Business & Environment Initiative), which was founded in 2010 to serve as a hub for environmentally focused research, teaching, and discourse. The Manager will work with members of the HBS and University community to drive creation and implementation of initiatives and programs at HBS.
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About Harvard Business School
Harvard University has a decades-long commitment to confronting the global challenges of climate change and sustainable development through its research, teaching, and institutional action. The Office for Sustainability (OFS) plays a pivotal role in bringing together students, faculty, and staff to use the campus as a living laboratory for piloting and proving solutions that enhance intergenerational well-being and lead to a fossil fuel-free future. Our efforts are driven by a University-wide Sustainability Plan and ambitious climate goals to be fossil fuel-free by 2050 and fossil fuel-neutral by 2026.Apply now