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Sustainability Reporting and Impact Analyst

Stella McCartney
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17 Aug 2022

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Full Time

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Working at Stella McCartney is a truly rewarding experience. As a luxury fashion company with a strong ethical standpoint we are leaders and innovators in our industry.

About the Team:

Sustainability and innovation are at the core of the Stella McCartney brand. Every decision we make is a symbol of our commitment to defining what the future of fashion looks like. From never using leather or fur and pioneering new alternative materials to utilising cutting edge technologies, pushing towards circularity, protecting ancient and endangered forests and measuring our impact with ground-breaking tools.


Reporting to the Head of Sustainability, the Sustainability Reporting and Impact Analyst will work closely with all members of the Sustainability Team, Ethical Trade and Human Rights, collaboratively across the business and with external partners to ensure that sustainability standards are upheld, policies implemented and targets achieved.

Your Mission:
  • Contribute to ensuring transparency and traceability of our products and materials through owning the data collection for our Environmental Profit and Loss (EP&L)
  • Own our external reporting - you'll be responsible for gathering data for and submitting reports, including CDP, Ellen MacArthur Foundation Packaging Reporting, Textile Exchange reporting and more
  • Support our internal reporting with your analytical skills, bringing out key insights and trends from the EP&L and across our business
  • Calculate progress towards key Sustainability KPIs and targets, including our Science Based Targets, using EP&L results, life cycle assessment results and internal measurement tools
  • Support Product Sustainability Manager with retail questionnaires and material certification management
  • Stay abreast of industry sustainability updates and achievements; help inform team of Sustainability priorities
  • Supporting other Sustainability Team members with projects and activities, including developing required materials
  • Ensure that sustainability-driven measures and policies are being adhered to and updated, maintaining Stella McCartney's sustainability commitments and standards
  • Be a broad sustainability expert. Provide support and technical advice to the wider business to enable them to undertake their roles and responsibilities, whilst contributing to the business' sustainability goals
  • Additional ad hoc duties
  • Be a changemaker! Don't be afraid to disrupt the status quo in the name of protecting Mother Earth and her inhabitants

Your Talent:
  • Passionate about creating meaningful change in the fashion industry
  • Strong technical understanding of Life Cycle Assessments (LCAs) and/or Natural Capital Accounting tools, e.g. EP&Ls
  • A self-starter - uses initiative and ability to own and carry projects from start to finish
  • Knowledge of ESG reporting and disclosure frameworks and guidelines
  • Familiarity with working with large and often complex data sets, analysing and drawing conclusions
  • Passionate about using data to do good!
  • Excited by facing a challenge and finding impactful solutions
  • Efficiency mindset: able to identify ways to optimise current processes whilst maintaining expected output
  • Understanding of business operations, luxury fashion and supply chains
  • A people person - able to develop and maintain strong relationships internally and with external partners
  • Ability to work in a complex, fast-paced environment and be resilient to change
  • Ability to span a range of work areas and topics, and jump between each seamlessly
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills. Communicates with impact and can inspire, excite and challenge
  • Strategically minded with good commercial awareness
  • Collaborative approach to implementation
  • Proven record of delivering targets and results-orientated; be able to track and communicate progress, roadblocks and proposed solutions effectively

Systems and Essentials
  • Natural Capital Accounting (EP&L) and/or Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) experience desirable
  • Competent IT skills, especially Excel and PowerPoint
  • Italian-speaking desirable, not essential


Our philosophy is to go beyond monetary return and consider ourselves responsible for your wellbeing, your family, your health, your time and the community.
  • Up to 50% discount on Stella McCartney products
  • Exclusive staff sales and sample sales - Including other LVMH brands
  • Matched pension contribution up to 6%
  • Extensive private medical and critical illness insurance, as well as life assurance
  • Annual Health Screening
  • Annual Leave Shop where employees can buy or sell annual leave
  • Flexible working/core hours
  • Enchanced Maternity/paternity packages
  • Matched Give as You Earn charity scheme
  • Fitness membership (Classpass credits) and onsite yoga
  • Volunteer and Birthday leave
  • Health cash plan
  • Financial wellbeing program
  • Physical and Mental Wellbeing Support Services
  • Employee referral bonus

Optional/ Paid Benefits

Season ticket loan, cycle to work and tech schemes, travel and dental insurance and much more.

We welcome people with disabilities and endeavour to make reasonable adjustments, if you do require such adjustments please let us know within 48 hours of your interview.

At Stella McCartney, we like to be bold. For us this means challenging ourselves and the wider industry in which we operate. As part of our commitments to inclusive fashion, we have an ambitious strategy to put diversity, equity and inclusion at the centre of everything we do. Our starting point is to create a workplace where different voices are respected, heard and empowered in equal measure regardless of factors such as culture and backgrounds, and to influence and disrupt fashion and other industries by providing opportunities for global diverse talent to shine.


Born and raised in London and the English countryside, Stella McCartney graduated from Central St Martins in 1995. A signature style of sharp tailoring, natural confidence and sensual femininity was immediately apparent in the first collection and has become a signature of her eponymous fashion house. Stella McCartney launched her fashion label in a partnership with Kering as a 50/50 joint venture and presented her first collection in Paris in October 2001.

A lifelong vegetarian, Stella McCartney does not use any leather or fur in her designs and is committed to operating a business and maintaining a supply chain that respects the planet as well as its inhabitants. As a brand we believe that sustainability can take the form of beautiful, modern clothing and accessories. Core collections include women’s ready-to-wear, accessories, lingerie, eyewear, fragrance and kids.

The brand now operates 51 freestanding stores in locations including Manhattan, London, LA, Paris, Milan, Tokyo, Shanghai and Beijing. Our collections are now distributed in over 77 countries through 600+ wholesale accounts in key cities worldwide, as well as shipping to over 100 countries online.

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