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Job opening: sustainability reporting consultant

Lundquist is at the heart of the transformation of corporate sustainability and is looking to expand its award-winning team to further its work in creating and implementing innovative solutions in sustainability reporting, communications and engagement.


We’re looking for an experienced and ambitious professional who has the flair to combine methodological rigour with stakeholder-centric, engaging solutions. We need a number-cruncher with incredible attention for detail who will support our clients in their sustainability reporting, specifically in terms of adherence to international guidelines and respect for regulatory requirements in non-financial disclosure, implementing stakeholder engagement methodologies, developing materiality analyses as well as setting in place and managing data collection and processes for measuring social and environmental impacts.


The position is full time and based in Milan with both English and Italian as working languages. Starting date: December 2016.


Required skills & experience

>> 3-5 years in corporate sustainability, either in-house or as consultant

>> Demonstrated expertise in: sustainability strategy and reporting, stakeholder engagement, materiality analysis, measurement of environmental and social impacts

>> Experience in data collection and sustainability reporting at large enterprises and in-depth knowledge of the latest Global Reporting Initiative guidelines and other relevant methodologies and frameworks

>> Excellent written and spoken English & Italian

>> Keen interest in research and thought leadership around sustainability and digital

>> Demonstrated ability to work autonomously, manage complex processes and meet deadlines



>> Experience working in an international/English-language environment

>> Demonstrated writing and communication skills

>> Knowledge of integrated reporting


Compensation will be commensurate with experience and skills.


In order to be considered for this role, send a personalised cover letter in English explaining why you would be a perfect fit for our team and how you meet our job requirements, attaching your CV/resume as well. Freelance consultants based in the Milan area may be considered for project assignments and are invited to contact us.


Apply to Lucia Toietta (lucia.toietta @ by Friday 30 September 2016.




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It has definitely been a long journey. After nine years on the field with Lundquist Wikipedia Research , we know there is still plenty of work and training to do in order for companies to acknowledge how Wikipedia can work for them.


For this reason, we continue to share our knowledge and keep training companies on how to properly engage on Wikipedia. We warn them of the consequences of editing without a proper understanding of Wikipedia’s rules and customs and support them in this endeavour.


Today Lundquist’s Daniele Righi had an interesting conversation on the matter with Giorgio Minguzzi, host of the Merita Business Podcast. Throughout the podcast, Daniele also shares five reasons for why companies should be interested in Wikipedia:

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As published by the FT’s Investors Chronicle and Italy’s Corriere Economia (Corriere della Sera), the 20th edition of Webranking reveals that European stalwarts are paving the way to credible comms. The ranking is conducted by Comprend in collaboration with Lundquist.


Winners: Snam, Wärtsilä and ENI clinch the titles for best online communicators in Europe


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