Head of Nature and Climate
We are looking for SVP, Head of Climate and Nature to oversee, drive and represent Stora Enso's climate and nature agenda, particularly the three strategic agendas (climate, biodiversity beyond forestry and circularity). This role reports to EVP, Sustainability, and can be located anywhere in Northern Europe.

Career for a better climate. Every day. As SVP, Head of Climate and Nature, your main responsibilities will include:
  • Understand and prioritise focus on the global agenda and set direction on climate and nature, including circular economy, issues.
  • Drive Stora Enso's insights program (trendspotting)
  • Point lead on Group 2030+ commitments and targets setting
  • Oversight and performance assessment of appropriate business targets,e.g. Scope 3 ambition
  • Support performance management across divisions
  • Build and maintain close relationships/partnerships with key external actors to improve framework conditions on Stora Enso's key sustainability agendas prior to topics come to the regulatory field
  • Subject matter content delivery (through team and as individual contributor especially on climate and nature) and collation for external positioning for CEO and EVP Sustainability.
  • Liason Delegate for WBCSD
  • Support Stora Enso investor, treasury, public affairs, media and branding, reporting efforts
  • Lead subject matter expert team
What we offer The role offers extensive influence on Stora Enso's sustainability agenda and is part of the Group Sustainability management team, the cross-group Sustainability Council and the Corporate Affairs Forum and with access to the executive leadership team as well as the Board. Furthermore, Stora Enso seeks to take a leadership stand in external engagements. By joining us, you will be part of our diverse working culture supporting you to explore new perspectives and develop professionally. You will contribute towards a more sustainable world, as we believe that anything made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow. To keep you going safely, we support your physical and mental wellbeing. Who are we looking for? In order to be successful in this role, we expect you to have the following skills and qualifications:
  • Minimum of 10 years of relevant work experience of which at least 5 years are in an international level in the nexus of climate - biodiversity - circularity
  • Ability to navigate and translate both political debate and science (e.g. IPCC, IPBES) - into Stora Enso reaction and action
  • Foresight on what is coming next and the potential directions of change
  • Good project and process management
  • Well versed in international multi-stakeholder sustainability processes with special focus on societal/economic incentives and drivers for better outcomes
  • Good business acumen, preferably worked in companies with international footprint
  • Strong strategic and political thinking, strategies and stakeholder management
  • Strong ability to lead others through breaking common ground and vision
  • Strong inter-personal skills - persuasive
  • Self-motivated and self-driven with high level of integrity
  • Fluent in spoken and written English
How can you apply for this role? You can only submit your application to us by using our recruitment tool. As we are assessing our candidates on an ongoing basis, we hope to hear from you as soon as possible but at the latest by June 11th, 2023. Please upload your application through the link below "Søg dette job". Depending on the role, we might invite you to a video interview and/or aptitude tests. Also, our recruitment process could include pre-employment actions such as background, reference and health checks as well as a drug test. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Talent Acquisition Partner Laura Boll, [email protected]. Welcome to work in the renewable materials company! Part of the global bioeconomy, Stora Enso is a leading provider of renewable products in packaging, biomaterials and wooden construction, and one of the largest private forest owners in the world. We believe that everything that is made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow. We employ approximately 21,000 people. We believe diversity strengthens our competitiveness and contributes to better decision-making. Diverse working teams help us to explore different perspectives and challenge our way of thinking. We work actively to increase diversity in the workplace and welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds. Stora Enso is an equal opportunity employer and follows non-discriminatory practices. See our film Find out more about: Life at Stora Enso

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