About us.

Workplace safety is a fundamental part of our DNA, and we take pride in ensuring that we make a positive impact on the lives of others.

By developing leading software solutions that safeguard people and the environment, we are positively impacting the world. Leveraging data and technology to drive a modern culture of health and safety compliance and sustainability.

If you’re interested in impacting the lives of others and being a part of a rapidly growing global organization, we hope you’ll consider joining us!

About the Role

You will be joining our amazing international team of Sustainability Analysts. We have a hybrid approach to work and this role will be partly from home and partly from our West End office in Edinburgh (UK). We work as one team of sustainability experts with our colleagues in Montreal (Canada) to support our clients in receiving the best service and results from our products.


Tasks will include:

  • Delivery of organizational, product and events greenhouse gas assessment services, including GHG calculations, emissions estimation modelling, and quality review of client data.
  • Liaising with our clients and partners, including consulting, sustainability assessment scoping, answering technical and project management queries, helping clients report on their sustainability performance.
  • Assisting clients with mandatory and voluntary reporting such as SECR, CSRD and CDP.
  • Conducting ad-hoc research on sustainability and climate change standards, emission sources, and other topics as needed.
  • Contributing to testing and providing recommendations on new features for our online tool for corporate sustainability reporting.
  • Updating our extensive database of emissions factors and statistical data.
  • Other tasks as needed.


The ideal candidate will:

  • 0-2 years experience
  • Be a graduate in a field relevant to EcoOnline’ s line or work, such as environmental sciences or statistics.
  • Be familiar with or have experience in GHG reporting and GHG reporting standards.
  • Love numbers and be proficient with modelling/estimating data.
  • Be able to critically appraise the relevance and accuracy of data.
  • Have demonstrated strong interest in environmental sciences, climate change or sustainable development matters.
  • Be extremely attentive to detail and rigorous.
  • Possess strong research and analytical skills.
  • Be fluent in English.
  • Team player
  • Be confident and comfortable in learning new skills within a fast-paced environment.
  • Have outstanding multi-tasking and time management skills.
  • Possess excellent computer skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Excel.
  • Have a strong work ethic, be commercially minded, and possess an entrepreneurial spirit.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills (written and spoken) with a confident, friendly, and professional approach.


What We Offer:

Are you looking for an opportunity to grow your skills in corporate sustainability and join an international team of climate change experts? Ecometrica has an exciting opening for a passionate Sustainability Analyst to help organisations measure their impact on climate change and report on their sustainability performance, on a permanent, full-time basis.

Interested but don’t feel you meet all the qualifications?

Our recruitment team assesses and reviews all applications against the role and business needs. We believe in people having transferable and soft skills and want you to know that we consider applications that might not meet all the criteria but have the aptitude and capability. Our priority is to ensure we set people up for success.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.

EcoOnline is proudly an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to ensuring that no candidate is discriminated against because of gender identity and expression, race, disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, colour, region, creed, national origin, or sex. We are dedicated to growing a diverse team while continuing to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels safe and empowered to be themselves.