• Internship Climate & Energy (6-12 months)

    Posted Date 1 month ago(9/17/2018 4:49 AM)
    Job Code
    Sustainable Development
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    Are you looking for an interesting internship experience? At LafargeHolcim we are offering a modern and dynamic working environment with attractive working conditions and a wide range of fringe benefits.

    Climate change, population growth, business ethics, sustainable urban development and resource scarcity: today’s and tomorrow’s challenges require pan-international actions. Our sustainability approach capitalizes on LafargeHolcim’s worldwide presence to provide solutions towards meeting these social, environmental and stakeholder challenges, with one clear goal: to create shared value with society.

    Join our Sustainability team in Holderbank to support us in the implementation of our strategy as a Climate & Energy Intern.


    • Development of simulation model to assess the impacts of  climate related policies and directives worldwide
    • Analysis of Climate & Energy related performance for LafargeHolcim operations
    • Follow up of Climate & Energy related projects and initiatives
    • Consolidation and presentation of Climate & Energy data in a range of external platforms (e.g: DJSI, CDP) as well as preparation of benchmarking reports throughout the sector
    • Support in building an internal network between the stakeholders


    • Master/Bachelor degree preferably in environmental engineering, industrial engineering, environmental management or environmental science

    Knowledge & Skills

    • Advanced level in MS office; Google package; database management, simulation management tools
    • Good analysis and problem-solving skills as well as a flair for numbers
    • An open-minded person with high motivation
    • Strong communication skills, as well as with the ability to work in an international environment
    • Fluency in English is essential; German, French or Spanish is an advantage

    Travel Requirements



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