Recruiter looks to reward emerging sustainability superstars
Acre, the sustainability recruitment consultancy, has launched a recognition programme to find superstars in the sustainability field.
Applicants for Acre365 need to have made a significant social or environmental impact within their first 12 months within a new role at an organisation.
Andy Cartland, founder and director of Acre, said: “Placing talented professionals in roles where they can effect change is core to Acre’s mission and we want to recognise and celebrate these achievements via the recognition programme. We believe that people who do remarkable things in their first 12 months of employment have the ability to create a foundation of change that can help achieve the seemingly impossible."
The judging panel comprises Ronan Dunne, ceo of Telefonica; Jean Oelwang, ceo of Virgin Unite; Liz Goodwin, ceo of WRAP; Jim Woods, ceo of The Crowd; Steven Lang, partner at Ernst & Young LLP and Acre's Andrew Cartland
The three winners will receive an Acre365 trophy, invitation to the celebratory awards dinner at a prestigious London restaurant and £1,000 to invest via the Kiva micro-financing platform.
The deadline for submissions is 18 February 2015 and successful applicants will be selected and announced in March 2015 by the panel.
To enter, click here.