CONTRIBUTION TO NET ZERO
Net Zero Business Advisors are essential to supporting business decarbonisation, offering a management systems perspective that goes beyond engineering solutions. They support businesses with navigating mandatory and voluntary climate disclosure, including developing and delivering transition plans in support of decarbonisation goals.
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
- Business operations and financial activities
- Cleaning and maintenance
- Communication and collaboration
- Customer service
- Data, analytics, and databases
- Digital technologies and electronics
- Environmental management
- Human resources
- Operating procedures and processes
- Performance evaluation and efficiency improvement
- Production processes and machinery
- Quality control and inspections
- Records, documentation, reports and research
- Sales and marketing
- Science and mathematics
- Work activities preparation
COMMON CAREER CHARACTERISTICS
There is no specific requisite qualification to become a Net Zero Business Advisor, however a higher education degree is required. Net Zero Business Advisors often hold Bachelor of Engineering degrees, but may have studied an alternate degree such as a Bachelor of Business or a Bachelor of Commerce, and gained technical skills on the job and through industry training.
RELEVANT TRAINING & EDUCATION RESOURCES
Net Zero Business Advisors are specialised service providers that may have previously worked as Accountants, Engineers, Project Managers, Sustainability Managers or in another business advisory capacity.
They may transition to become Sustainability Managers or ESG Leaders.
Your current skills could be transferable for this role. Read more about what Net Zero Business Advisors do at yourcareer.org.au.
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Net Zero Business Advisor
To say Nick Palousis is enthusiastic about energy efficiency would be an understatement. He’s a true believer, an absolute font of knowledge, and chatting with him, his enthusiasm is infectious.
“The cheapest form of energy is the one you don’t use,” Nick explains. “That’s really the principle of energy efficiency. If we can find more intelligent ways of using energy, not just generating energy, then we’re reducing our costs, and reducing our greenhouse gas emissions.” …