The Sustainability Professional Award is open to staff that have the remit for sustainability at a tertiary education institution. It will recognise people at any level (except Executive level, please submit under the Leadership Award) who have worked hard at pushing boundaries and are doing exemplary work.
It could be specific roles within sustainability or those that have a wider remit within sustainability but judges are looking for pioneering and innovative evidence and not just doing a good job.
Key criteria are that actions have been taken over and above the normal requirements of people’s jobs. Applications must provide evidence of impact, and of good leadership/championing practice in engaging and inspiring others. For people with significant sustainability responsibilities, such as Sustainability Managers, judges will require evidence that any actions have created extraordinary results that are widely recognised beyond their institution.
Individuals apply themselves but should be formally nominated by a manager or peer (within or outside the sector). Individuals that have not won previously can reapply after 2 years.
This category excludes those staff that are doing sustainability activities outside of their normal job description (eligible for the Sustainability Staff Champion Award) and those that are at executive or governance level (eligible for the Leadership Award).
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Tom Parkes Environmental Manager
Professor Simon Kemp Professorial Fellow in Education for Sustainable Development
Dr Georgina Gough Senior Lecturer in Education for Sustainable Development
Paul Crossley Sustainability Projects Lead
Matthew Arnold (with SAS Energy) Energy Manager for Sussex Estates and Facilities LLP, in partnership with the University of Sussex