(Senior) Manager (m/f/d) Sustainability & ESG

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Created by Dr. Tim Dereymaeker
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Dr. Tim Dereymaeker
(Senior Manager @Porsche Consulting GmbH)
München, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Berlin Porsche Consulting GmbH Senior Full time 500-1k Service

Must have

B.A/M.A. in business or related field
Relevant work experience in the sustainability space
Passion for sustainability
Leadership skills
Project management
Strong customer focus
Willingness to travel

Nice to have

MBA or doctorate
Consulting experience
+5 years of work experience

Methods and tools

Agile management




Knowledge management

Own Wiki

Daily Tasks

Advising our clients' top management on the development and implementation of sustainability strategies

Definition and implementation of sustainability concepts along the entire value chain

Integration of sustainability into the business processes of companies in various industries

Development and implementation of sustainable business models

Measurement of sustainability performance and creation of transparency (ESG)

Technical leadership of the consulting and client team in the project context

Continuous development of innovative consulting products/methods

Support for internal qualification and management of the company-wide community

Co-responsibility for the acquisition of international consulting projects in different industries

Strengthening external perception through the development of publications in the context of sustainability

Equipment supplied


macOS, Windows




1 Monitor

Perks and Benefits

Regular personal development meetings

Opportunities for career development

Mobile office opportunities

Home Office

Flexible working hours

Private usage for hardware

Open feedback culture

Learning accounts

Warm-up & Mentoring Program

Team events (e.g. Canyoning, Sailing, Ski) & annual Porsche Consulting Weekend

Free choice of office location



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If you could work one day in the shoes of someone else who would it be?

There's two people I'd like to switch roles with: First, Jan Frodeno is probably the most remarkable sports man when it comes to long distance triathlon. He's probably also gonna be the most well-known person to promote this sport. I could imagine to switch roles with him at least for 3-4 weeks to understand what it takes to be the world champion in triathlon. Second, I'd like to be in Bill Gate's position for one day and to learn how this man thinks and acts, manages his life and his thougths, works on new technologies and innovations, etc.

What do you like to do to unwind after work?

On the weekends you can find me either swimming, biking or running, as my biggest passion is triathlon. Otherwise, my wife and I like to do a lot outside, love to go out to eat and try new cuisines.

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What do you think your employees are saying about you when they are drinking a coffee in the break room?

I hope they say that I am motivating and easy to work with, that I recognize performance, and that I am both fair and respectful to each other.

A perfect working day looks like this ...

Good workout in the morning. Time to structure the day. Fewer, but more purposeful appointments with decisions. A pitch or staff meeting that goes well. Time for deep dive work. Surrounded by colleagues who can help you move forward with useful tips.

What is the most important attribute an applicant must have to be successful in your company?

I expect new colleagues to be curious and inquisitive and to be able to think outside the box. Expertise is one thing - intellectual transfer is another. A good dose of people skills. Independent work, but at the same time open and transparent communication.

Which three questions do you always ask during a job interview?

What interesting aspect about you is not on your CV that qualifies you for the role? What can we and our clients learn from you? How can you help us? What real hands-on experience do you bring to the table?

How important are formal degrees or qualifications in a time when technologies are constantly changing and evolving?

To be honest, I'm not that interested in specific degrees or titles, although I have a doctorate myself. With applicants, I pay more attention to personal history, practical experience and intellectual ability. As long as you don't work as a lawyer, where specific knowledge is required that you learn by heart, topics like sustainability require a constant curiosity to evolve and find new ideas/solutions for our clients.

How would you describe your management style?

I work cooperatively with our clients as well as with my teams on an equal footing. For me, it's not just about delegating tasks, but about looking together in the team to see who is best suited for a task. Nevertheless, as a project manager it is important for me to give the team leadership, structure and guidance in order not to lose sight of the project goal. Open, honest and transparent communication is particularly important to me. When it comes to making decisions, I like to get the professional experience of the consultants so that I have the best possible knowledge base.