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We are dedicated to promoting sustainability in the bio-based and circular economy

The Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) is a team of highly motivated professionals who are working to promote the development of a truly sustainable bio-based and circular economy through our trusted & credible tools and solutions.

This page details vacancies for roles within RSB, as well as opportunities for third-party consultants to deliver work for the organisation.

Current Vacancies

Membership & Events Officer
RSB seeks a Membership & Events Officer to support RSB’s membership community via streamlined and effective communications tools and strategies, global event engagement, and an effective foundation of databases, structures and workflows.

View the full position description with details on how to apply here.

 


 

Impacts Programme Manager
RSB seeks a Impacts Programme Manager to lead an Impact Monitoring and Incentive Programme that’ll will allow companies globally to build, quantify and track the sustainability impacts of investments into new bio-based and circular value chains.

View the full position description with details on how to apply here.

 


 

Legal Officer
RSB seeks a Legal Officer, providing support with all legal matters and liaising with specialised law firms and RSB stakeholders internationally.

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Learning Designer
RSB seeks a Learning Designer to play a key role in the design and content management of RSB’s e-learning course.

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Testimonial

“Bioenergy can make an important contribution to providing access to sustainable energy for all. Credible sustainability standards, such as the one developed by the RSB, help manage risks on a project level and promote best practices among producers and processors, complementing sound regional and national energy planning and policy.”

UN Environment Programme (UNEP)