JOB SUMMARY Sustainability managers are passionate about creating and implementing changes that will have a ripple effect on mankind and the world.
They enact and enforce policies in multiple domains to sustain current and future generations. These professionals are essential to the management of the science behind these efforts, assurance of compliance with environmental legislation, and management of stakeholders and the public.
A sustainability manager is responsible for analyzing and predicting the present and future of the firm they represent. They evaluate its effect on the health of the environment, particularly the immediate environment surrounding the firm.
The sustainability manager must ensure sustained profitability. They must monitor the environmental impact of their firm at all times, in order to make decisions regarding the changes needed for the health of the environment and growth of the firm.
A sustainability manager primarily develops and implements sustainability strategies that are specific to a corporation.
They are also responsible for educating employees about company policy to handle potentially deleterious environmental impacts.
communicating these changes to human resources managers, colleagues, vendors, press, and other relevant parties. Monitoring the corporation’s sustainability performance Analyzing and auditing corporate activities (i.
e. the process of waste elimination) Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer. We believe in hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive, people-first culture.
We are committed to non-discrimination on any protected basis, such as disability and veteran status, or any other basis covered under applicable law.