WeForest is looking for a Business Analyst to reinforce its Sales & Marketing team.
The position is central to the organization and will be combination of business and IT activities to drive projects in the area of process improvement, system integration, performance measurement, risk mitigation, employee training. The systems used by WeForest are Salesforce (CRM), Drupal (CMS), Mailchimp (newsletters), Dropbox, Google Drive, Gmail, Xero (finances), Basecamp(project mgt).
The candidate will report to the Marcom manager, manage several partners and work with the entire WeForest team.
Our expectation about this position are high, hereafter a tentative list of the first projects to be carried out:
- Sales & marketing process analysis and recommendations for changes
- Integrity and maintenance of IT tools and assets: Salesforce, Dropbox, Gmail, Drupal, mailchimp, domain names...
- SEO – Google Analytics – Google Grants management
- IT strategic landscape and processes review, team training and technical support o Coordination and management of IT partners ...
Required skills: (1 to 5 are non-negotiable)
- Proven Salesforce and process improvement expertise (with references).
- Excellent written English
- Analytical skills and financial acumen
- Reliable, precise, coachable, positive and enthusiast
- Process and result-oriented.
- Dutch and French are a plus.
- Be available full time.
- Reside in Belgium preferably (no relocation).
- Self-motivated and able to work remotely: location is flexible (the candidate will work from his/her home office and will not need to relocate) and travel regularly to Brussels.
Candidate will be hired as a consultant initially (test period). Please specify your expectations in € or USD per annum.
Our mission is to advance innovative, scalable and lasting solutions to restore forest landscapes for climate, people and planet. WeForest develops best-in-class forest landscape restoration projects and plant millions of trees every year. Our aim is to continue inspiring companies to participate and match public grants while influencing initiatives worldwide to apply science-based best practices to make current efforts scalable, impactful and resilient and reach the scale set by the United Nations.
Why are more trees needed?
Most companies and nations are concentrating on reducing carbon emissions.
While this is laudable, scientists warn us that it is actually too late for only this.
If we stopped our carbon emissions today, we would still exceed the 450 ppm limit to stay under 2°C temp increase: the excess carbon we produced in the last decades is stored in the oceans and released with a 30 year lag.
We collectively need to draw carbon from the atmosphere. And the best technology for this is trees and soil carbon. Moreover, in the tropics, where forests contribute to increasing cloud cover, the water cycle provides an additional climate cooling effect.
By way of application please provide a motivation letter + a CV/resume including 3 recent references.
We thank you in advance for your interest.
The opportunity will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.
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