We are looking to strengthen our team with a creative person, comfortable in a dynamic start-up and sharing our values in sustainable development. The incumbent of the position will have the opportunity to gain experience in carbon assessment for companies in different industries, using his creativity to optimize processes. Participate in various aspects of company management depending on the interest.
GHG Quantification Intern
The responsibilities of GHG Quantification intern would include:
- Identify the information needed to assess business activities and environmental impacts by industry sector
- Coordinates the collection of environmental data from the companies
- Conduct analysis to measure the emissions using GHG protocol and ISO 14064 norms
- Write the carbon balance sheet by assessing the environmental impacts of the company's activities
- Conduct R&D on related topics for further product development
(Participates and leads internal audits and inspections)
- Bachelor’s or master’s student in environmental engineering and other related studies
- Good understanding of the company's GHG emission analysis processes
- Knowledge of life cycle assessment or/and GHG protocol / ISO 14064-1 and ISO 14064-2 (avoided emissions assessment)
- Excellent synthesis skills and experience in report writing
- Creative, adaptable, team spirit and attention to detail
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team, not always in an office environment.
- Ability to work in a dynamic environment with rapidly changing priorities of a start-up
- Bilingual French English
Good reasons to join the Oxia Initiative team
- Join a young, enthusiastic, intercultural team
- Be part of the paradigm shift and among co-creators of the world of tomorrow
- Carry out projects that generate ecological and economic returns and benefits
- Evolve on a daily basis in an inspiring work environment that addresses current issues
The internship is for a minimum of 3 months (summer) with a strong possibility of a job opening.
Note: We will only contact those selected for an interview.
The use of the masculine gender in this document refers to both men and women