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CR Job Boards:
- BSR: Not searchable, only members can post jobs
- BCCCC: Not searchable, anyone can post a job (free)
- Justmeans: Advanced search capability, job postings cost $350 each, also distributed via Twitter via @CSRjobs
- Net Impact: Advanced search capability, job postings cost $70/$140 each, bulk pricing available
- US SIF: Only members can post jobs
- Ethical Performance: Not searchable, job seekers can subscribe to email updates, job postings cost $289 each
- Green Dream Jobs: Advanced search capability, email alerts, job postings cost $85-$250 each, bulk pricing available
- Grist: Advanced search capability, email alerts
- Ethical Jobs: Basic search and browse by category, job postings cost $99/$119 each
- Sustainable Industries Jobs: Advanced search capability, create a log in to post jobs
- GreenBiz.com: Free 30 day job posting
- Green Jobs Network: Keyword search or browse by category or location, job postings cost $25 each
- JobThread Green Network: Job postings cost $59 each, pushed out via numerous ‘green’ sites (Treehugger.com, TriplePundit, GreenBiz, etc.)
The following guest post is part of a CSRHub series focusing on 10 trends that are driving corporate transparency and disclosure in the coming year.
How many US companies do you think have positions that include the word “sustainability” in their job title? Would you guess 100? 1,000? According to ZoomInfo, the answer is 12,660 This statistic proves that sustainability jobs exist, but does not necessarily prove that there is an established career path within the sustainability profession.
At Green Gov 2011 this morning I facilitated a lively panel that included discussion of what is sustainability and what is the role of the sustainability profession. Ira Feldman (Greentrack Strategies), Terry Yosie (World Environment Center) and Valerie Patrick (Bayer Corporation) were our panelists and came with a rich set of views and experience.
The discussion of what is sustainability was broad and philosophical using terms like ‘systems thinking’ and ‘form of art’. But many people in the room (myself included) had sustainability jobs, with specific job descriptions and objectives. So what can we compare that to?