The emerging green collar workforce
We’re committed to ensuring we all live in a greener world, and to do this, we have to acknowledge there has to be a fundamental transformation in the way we work. This pace of change is accelerating, competition for talent is fierce and talent no longer means the same as it did ten years ago with many of the roles and skills of tomorrow unknown to us today.
Multiple sectors of industry are tasked with significant carbon reduction targets over the next two decades, and in line with The Climate Change Act amendment of June 2019 the UK became the first major economy in the world to commit to a net zero target by 2050.
Resource scarcity and climate change has led to a global emerging workforce called the Green Collar Workforce. There are currently over 430,000 Green Collar jobs in the UK, with roles spanning from Environmental Consultants, to Machine Learning, Scientists and Air Quality Consultants, and placing the right people is essential to both meeting your business goals and reducing the world’s reliance on carbon rich sources. Our bespoke candidate pools ensure we can deliver the right technical talent to tackle planning, provision and power distribution.
We’re passionate about working with progressive organisations that are committed to forming a better, cleaner and greener way of working.
We’ve built long lasting relationships with some the UKs largest organisations in the sector, supplying talent across these organisations from payroll to psychometric testing for Alstom, E.ON and Siemens. For larger projects, we’ve placed the best people to conduct planning and feasibility studies – from load flow to fault level analysis, dynamic stability to detailed design, and transient analysis to technical appraisals.
Read more about the UK’s growing Green Collar Workforce here.
Throughout my experience of using Recruitment Agencies to fill a variety of different positions, Rullion have without question out-performed the competition in terms of Customer Service.By Hiring Manager, Large Renewable Energy Company
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