As revealed by IEMA today (Thursday 23rd June) environmental practitioners with a combination of environmental, management and leadership skills are driving cost savings and delivering environmental improvements for business.
According to the results of a survey carried out amongst IEMA members in early June, moving into an environmental practitioner role is becoming a desirable career change of choice with 88% of people surveyed experiencing high levels of satisfaction after taking up an environmental role.
The research, along with details of the IEMA Competency Framework, was released to the media today and some industry news websites have already featured our positive messages about the profession being "on the move" and the undoubted value of environmental knowledge and skills in organisations.
Click on the links below to read today's coverage.
Most of these online articles offer Comment facilities so if you have something to say on environmental skills, IEMA's survey findings and the Skills Map/Competency Framework, then go ahead and add your voice to this issue.
Thank you to every member who took part in the "Environmental Skills and Talent: What's your story" survey earlier this month. Your contributions have made this media work possible, relevant and valuable.
Posted on 23rd June 2011
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