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Global Canopy
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Analyst required to produce insights for/about the companies, markets and places linked to ‘forest risk’ commodity supply chains.
Robertson Bell
£38000 - £40000 per annum + excellent benefits
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Central London
£45,000 - £50,000 per year
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Chester, Cheshire
£38000 - £40000 per annum + excellent benefits
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Oxford, Oxfordshire
Permanent, Full-time
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Job description

Global canopy is hiring a Supply Chain analyst. As part of the initiative, you will work closely with our engagement and communications teams to produce insights for and about the companies, markets and places linked to ‘forest risk’ commodity supply chains.

The Role

Drawing on our Trase data and working closely with our engagement and communications teams, you will produce insights for and about the companies, markets and places linked to ‘forest risk’ commodity supply chains.


  • Quantitative and qualitative analysis of our own and third-party data and research that provides new insights on commodity driven deforestation.
  • Produce relevant content for companies, governments and civil society that supports our engagement activities.
  • Contribute to our wider research agenda and strategy, helping colleagues to produce high quality analysis and content and informing our data and methods.
  • Strengthen our relationships with partners on data analysis and research.
  • Help monitor uptake of our insights and data, identifying lessons to inform our approach.
  • Support engagement activities, and communicate our work to external stakeholders.

Person specification

To be successful in this role, these are the things that will matter most:

Skills & Experience:

  • Ability to problem-solve and flair for developing insightful analysis and solving real world problems using data.
  • Advanced proficiency in one of R, Python, Matlab etc. and basic proficiency in SQL. 
  • Data visualisation competencies (e.g. ggplot2, d3, matplotlib) and knowledge of relevant Business Intelligence tools such as Tableau.
  • Track record of creatively communicating complex ideas to non-expert audiences – writing, using data visualisations and verbally.
  • Expertise in commodity driven deforestation and trade.

Behavioural competencies:

  • Expertise and enthusiasm for analysing data and communicating insights.
  • Working collaboratively with colleagues including those in partner institutions, and supporting others to develop relevant research and analysis.
  • Solutions and impact-oriented; able to prioritise and see work through to completion.

We actively seek applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds – and would especially welcome applicants with experience of working in countries experiencing deforestation and over-exploitation of natural resources.

Global Canopy

Global Canopy brings unprecedented transparency to the supply chains of commodities that drive the majority of deforestation worldwide – and to the trillions of dollars in investment and lending that finance them.

We identify and rank the 500 companies and financial institutions with the greatest links to deforestation worldwide. We enable leading companies, financial institutions and  overnments to identify and tackle deforestation in their supply chains and investments. We improve accountability by shining a light on powerful players that are failing to act on this critical issue.

Over the last 5 years, with partners we have created a set of ground-breaking open data platforms, including:

  • Forest 500 - identifying, assessing and ranking the 500 ‘powerbrokers of deforestation’
  • Trase - for the first time linking consumer markets to deforestation on the ground at scale.
  • ENCORE - a unique approach for financial institutions to estimate and explore the dependence of their portfolios on nature, and related financial risks.

Our work is used by Fortune 500 companies, major global investors and lenders, and by governments and civil society worldwide.

Over the critical years ahead, we will continue to innovate in linking markets to the origins of what they consume, and to the social and environmental impacts they cause. This will help achieve more accountable global markets - and fewer impacts on the ground.

Trase is a ground-breaking supply chain transparency initiative, created and led in partnership with the Stockholm Environment Institute.

It maps commodity exports at sub-national scales for entire sectors, linking downstream companies to places and thus sustainability impacts.

We work with companies and governments to identify risks and opportunities in their supply chains and imports, and with campaigning organisations and media who use our data to increase accountability for all.

To apply

Before applying, please download a job pack for further information

To apply send an up-to date CV and covering letter. The covering letter should explain your motivation for the role, and how your skills and experience fit the person specification. (Please no more than 2 sides  A4, mentioning where you first saw the role advertised).

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 24th March 9am.

Interviews are provisionally planned: Wednesday 1st April 2020 in Oxford.

We will be reviewing applications before the closing date, and may close the recruitment early if a suitable candidate is found. Please apply early.

If you have any questions about the position, then please contact Zuzka Majcova who's contact details are on our website.

Applicant data will be managed in accordance with the policy available on our website.

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Global Canopy

Global Canopy is an innovative environmental organisation that targets the market forces destroying tropical forests. Since 2001, we have been ... Read more

Refreshed on: 18 February 2020
Closing date: 15 March 2020
Tags: Campaigning,Advocacy

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