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Revalue exists to deliver a fundamental step-change in the quality and integrity of carbon projects. We do this by rethinking projects from the ground up – slightly better is not good enough – in order to build confidence in the market and deliver impact at a planetary scale. Our world cannot afford anything less. This mission drives us every day.

Revalue Nature has raised $10 million in Series A funding to be the most innovative and trusted developer for nature on the planet. This new investment was co-led by Ecosystem Integrity Fund (EIF) and SJF Ventures, two leading venture firms focused on climate and impact. Join us on our journey to supercharge the world’s leading nature-based developers, reset the bar for quality in the carbon market, and protect and regenerate nature at a scale that makes our eyes water.

What we do

Revalue supercharges the world’s leading nature-based carbon projects developers. We provide them with the required technical support and competitive financing to go from the initial rapid assessment of potential project areas, to the first carbon credits issuance, and beyond. This is underpinned by our proprietary tech, which creates a step-change in accuracy, speed, automation, and level of insights.

Our team

Our global, diverse team sits across all time zones and has an exceptional track-record of designing and delivering high impact carbon projects globally. We have built long-term partnerships and are working in iconic landscapes with leading players in the nature conservation and restoration space. We offer great opportunities for our talent, and we want this to be a place that allows you to do the best work of your life, while also focusing on balance outside of work.

The Stakeholder Lead will work with the Design team within the Portfolio Design team. This is a full-time position.

Location: Fully remote, UK preferred

Time zone: GMT+-2

What are the key responsibilities of the role?

We are seeking a dynamic individual to take on the pivotal role of Stakeholder Lead at Revalue. This position offers a unique opportunity to drive innovation and sustainability by reimagining carbon projects through a lens that prioritizes stakeholder engagement and social impact. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional abilities in social survey design, alongside a profound understanding of target setting, baselining, evaluation, and monitoring within the context of carbon mitigation strategies. If you are passionate about creating meaningful change and have the expertise to navigate complex stakeholder landscapes, we invite you to join our team and lead the charge in shaping the future of carbon projects.

The Stakeholder Lead will sit in Revalue’s Portfolio Design Team which is responsible for the design and delivery of all of Revalue’s nature-based carbon projects in Latin America, Africa and Asia.

Leadership and strategy:

Identify and engage with all stakeholders effectively to understand the social factors influencing land use choices;
Evaluate operating models to determine which best facilitate stakeholder roles and responsibilities in carbon projects;
Assess the role of the project in socioeconomic development and strategize ways to maximize positive impact;
Identify socioeconomic risks associated with the project and develop mitigation strategies to address them;
Analyze potential trade-offs between carbon, stakeholder, and biodiversity considerations in project design;
Develop strategies for long-term decoupling from extractive practices to ensure project sustainability;
Design projects to be resilient and sustainable under the expected socioeconomic trajectory of the area;
Perform a range of planning, advisory and research functions related to designing Revalue’s approach to ensuring safeguard processes are implemented with the highest integrity;
Maintain positive relationships with clients and development partners through proactive and professional communication;

Quality project implementation and oversight:

Work with project partners to develop community baselines and monitoring approaches;
Provide direction and advisory support to regional staff and project partners to ensure accountability for project excellence;
Identify and elaborate Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) consultation plans for a broad range of stakeholders, including the most vulnerable and disenfranchised;
Conduct research studies to identify pressing social issues associated with deforestation and degradation;
Assess the social impacts of proposed NBS strategies, propose mitigation approaches where potential negative impacts are identified, and look to maximise positive and multiplicative impacts;
Lead quality assessment and control of projects against high integrity standards by developing quality assurance and control procedures and ensuring their implementation;
Maintain highl-evel of rigor on analyses, including close adherence to the latest best practices and recommendations from the international community;

Building the capacity of Revalue staff and partners:

Build the capacity of the Revalue team and project partners in informing, designing, interpreting, and applying safeguards to our projects;
Serve as an ambassador for Revalue to a diverse range of audiences, emphasizing our unique capabilities in addressing environmental and social issues;
Coordinate with regional staff and project proponents to ensure cooperation on cross-cutting issues and initiatives;

What do we expect from you?

Master’s degree or PhD or a minimum of 7 years’ experience in social sciences, climate change, working on safeguards in the land use sector or a related field;
Experience in the development of AFOLU projects and/or programs in the voluntary and/or compliance carbon market (e.g., VERRA) is highly desired;
At least five years of experience working with tropical countries with technical and/or operational issues related to safeguards and land use, or related issues;
Experience in survey design (including sensitive information techniques);
Strong qualitative and quantitative statistical skills;
Evidence of applied ethics training;
Excellent oral and written communication in English and another language (preference for Swahili, Spanish, Bahasa Indonesia, Portuguese or French);
Demonstrated experience in research and public communication on social issues;
Excellent problem-solving, teamwork, interpersonal skills required.
Ability and willingness to travel internationally;
Demonstrated ability to present in front of an audience;
Demonstrated ability to communicate complex concepts to a broader audience;
Driven by a sense of purpose and a desire to make a tangible impact
Evidence that you can work in remote teams, are a self-driver with a willingness to take initiative and committed to continuous improvement and high-performance within a complex and fast-growing sector;
Excited to be part of an international remote-working team with a proven ability to function effectively within diverse cultural environments;

What do we offer?

Shared purpose, culture, and values ;
Unbeatable work flexibility and balance (global team, remote working)
A truly diverse team of colleagues, partners and clients ;
An agile team, with unrivalled experience and track-record


We are actively hiring and want to hear from you! Please apply by attaching your resume and answering the following questions in a document:

(a) How does your experience align with the requirements in the job description? (1-2 paragraphs)

(b) Describe your key motivations for working in this sector (1 paragraph)

(c) Provide a brief example on how you applied your experience with stakeholder engagement in a tropical country (1 paragraph)

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