Working at Longevity Partners

As a growing organisation, we are always keen to hear from bright, ambitious individuals with an interest in what we do.

Should you wish to be considered for a full time position or an internship vacancy, please submit your application for one of the roles below.

Sustainability Analyst: UK & France


Longevity Partners is a multi-disciplinary energy and sustainability consultancy and investment business. It was established in 2015 to support the transition to a low carbon economy in the UK, Europe and worldwide.


The company is recruiting an ambitious sustainability Analyst who can provide technical

support in the areas of sustainability, energy efficiency and renewable energy. This individual will join the advisory team and work on large impact projects at European level to reduce energy consumption and invest in both energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. This position reports to the Sustainability Consultant and is based principally in our offices in Marylebone, with regular travel to France.


The Sustainability Analyst is responsible for:

  • Undertaking a range of environmental assessments using third-party assessment methodologies such as BREEAM, LEED, SKA and WELL; 

  • Liaising with client stakeholders to develop the criteria for the delivery of the desired environmental assessment rating;

  • Conducting BREEAM Pre-Assessment and providing design advice;

  • Producing evidence requirements for BREEAM credits;

  • Undertaking gap analysis report/schedule;

  • Managing own workload to meet project deadlines;

  • Producing reports and providing advice and guidance to clients and project teams;

  • Attending site visits to review progress against sustainability targets;

  • Arranging and attending meetings, taking minutes and distributing actions;

  • Completing relevant training to become certified as an assessor against one of the core assessment methodologies;

  • Assisting with pitches and tenders.


The successful individual will have:

  • The ability to speak English and French fluently;

  • The ability to manage multiple on-going assignments simultaneously;

  • Knowledge of climate change legislation and regulatory requirements for energy management and emissions reduction at European level;

  • Excellent numerical ability, and thorough experience of data analysis;

  • Ability to work as part of a team and on own initiative;

  • Ability to produce structured, concise and meaningful reports, summarising results and justifying conclusions, containing very technical information;

  • Excellent IT skills, including a good knowledge of Excel;

  • Excellent research and analytical skills;

  • Preferably a master’s degree in Environmental Sciences / Economics or a related subject;

  • Qualified as LEED, WELL or BREEAM AP (desirable but not essential).



How to Apply:

To apply, please email your CV and cover letter to

The application period closes on the 30th of July. Interviews will be held throughout August.

*You must attach a copy of your CV