Environmental Management Jobs Abroad

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Paid jobs programmes all around Spain in Hospitality Management, Teaching English, etc. You won't get rich, but you will earn enough to cover basic expenses. Paid Job Placement: From 1 month - No maximum stay! * Eligibility: EU members, USA, Australia, Canada, Japan, South Korea. * Required Level: All levels welcome, from initial. * Affordable accommodations in shared apartments from 2...


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China has captivated the minds of people around the world for thousands of years. In recent decades, China has been widely acknowledged as a global powerhouse, from cultural exports to business prowess, from the fine arts to technology. Chinese organizations have long understood the value of foreign employees for enhancing the effectiveness of their work. With an increasing number of multinatio...


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The Independent Work Abroad Program in Germany provides work authorization for students enrolled at U.S. universities and colleges. Enrolled students from Canada and non-U.S. students attending accredited U.S. colleges and universities are also eligible. Participants find their own host companies and negotiate the terms of employment. Programs start individually, usually at the beginning of ...


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Placement Italy is an Italian company with the mission of helping international students and graduates that are looking for internships and jobs in Italy. Placement Italy has partners in all the most important cities in Italy, such as Bologna, Florence, Milan, Naples, Pisa, Rome, Turin, Venice and Verona. In order to become a partner, companies have to meet Placement Italy requirements. Int...


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The fund is an affiliate fund of China the government and is currently seeking for high profile interns to support our professionals in terms of increasing analytical works conducting due diligence on companies and industries by researching, analyzing financial statements and market data; Coordinating with other team members in analyzing financial information relating to specific companies, e....


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You’re unique; your internship should be too. It will be with Top Intern’s PIC Program, where you will: 1) Be considered for an internship in some of China’s leading companies 2) Intern in a positive and challenging environment that fits your criteria 3) Receive an internship package that is tailored specifically to you 4) Have the assurance that we’ve got your back from the moment you s...


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Land a paid internship in China. Explore your options with placements offered in the following fields: - Landscape Design - PR - Communications - Interior Design - Architecture - Journalism - Sports Management - Art - TV - Media - Engineering - IT - Sales - Marketing - HR - Finance - Office Administration - Culinary - Tourism & Hotel Management Options for program ...


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Changing employers? Applying for a new H-1B/H-2B/H-2A visa? Applying for the renewal/extension of an H-1B Visa? It is easier than you think. We are one of the preferred licensed employment and recruiting groups registered in the United States. We operate in more than 10 Asian and Middle Eastern countries such as the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, India, UAE, Kuwait Qatar, Sau...


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Immigration New Zealand has opened a Working Holiday Visa for Polish nationals You have to be between 18 and 30 years old to participate in the program


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Receive lessons in Spanish for a minimum of four weeks while earning money through job placements in resorts located in Malaga, Salamanca, Madrid, Granada, or Barcelona. Participants will live on the stunning Spanish coastline of Costa Del Sol and most likely work in the resort areas of Marbella and Puerto Banos. A wide range of placements are available in the retail business and hospitalit...

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Environmental Management Jobs Abroad

As societies all around the world continue to develop and our planet has begun to feel the effects of industrialization, environmental managers are coming into high demand to help companies and organizations everywhere comply with emerging standards of sustainability. In this vein, landing an environmental management job abroad can be a great way to make your impact felt in some of our planet’s most sensitive areas, while also gaining valuable professional experience to carry with you down your global career path.

Why Work Abroad

Environmental issues have begun to transcend national boundaries, as the effects of pollution and industrialization can be felt indiscriminately around the entire planet. As nations work to collaborate on establishing appropriate rules and regulations by which to facilitate sustainable development, environmental managers fill an invaluable role by implementing these measures on the ground, ensuring that standards are met and local populations are kept safe. The opportunities to work abroad in environmental management are vast; where will you begin your leg of the journey?


While every country around the world has their own internal environmental laws and regulations, there is an increasingly grounded international framework by which all the planet’s nations are expected to abide. Nevertheless each country presents a unique set of circumstances to work within; wherever you seek out an environmental management job abroad, factors such as geography, urbanization, and economic development are typically good indicators of what type of work will be available.

For instance in infrastructurally and economically advanced countries such as Germany, Spain, or Australia, environmental management jobs abroad will often be focused on maintaining the regulations which minimize effects of waste and pollution in an industrialized society. Alternatively in rapidly developing countries such as China and India, the problems and laws embedded in industrialization will provide a much different context for environmental managers to work within.

The language barrier is another important factor to take into consideration. While English is commonly spoken everywhere as a second language, many countries outside the native-English speaking world will expect you to have an adequate command of the local language in order to be considered for an environmental management job abroad. This may seem daunting at first, but making the effort to learn a second language certainly never got in the way of anyone’s career options!

Jobs & Positions

Environmental managers oversee projects of all different kinds, all over the world. From consulting with multinational companies to meet pollution standards, to working with NGO’s to implement international policy, to overseeing environmental safety restrictions for on-the-ground projects, there are many different types of environmental management jobs abroad that you can seek out at any stage in your career.

If you are at the entry-level, most environmental management positions around the world will expect you to be certified with a relevant advanced degree in order to be considered for hiring. Just as in most fields, the higher level of certification you have, the better jobs with better salaries you will be able to apply to. Compensation varies around the world, but in general environmental managers are paid quite well for their work (in the United States, for example, environmental managers make an average above six figures).

Because of visa considerations, it can sometimes be hard to find an employer abroad that is willing and able to endorse you for a full time position. Beyond applying directly to an international position, the best ways to land an environmental management job abroad are either to apply to a domestic position and look to transfer overseas, or else apply through a jobs abroad program (as listed on this page).

Benefits & Challenges

Positive Impact. Working abroad in environmental management is a way to travel the world, while knowing that the impact you leave behind is a positive one. Societies all over the world can benefit from adhering to a more sustainable development path.

Professional Development. The work you do will not only prove valuable to your host country throughout the duration of your environmental management job abroad; it will also be an incredible growth experience for you, placing yourself in a new environmental context and interacting across cultures on a daily basis.

New Terrain. Adapting to the cultural customs of a different country, as well as learning to navigate the bureaucracy of national environmental regulations therein, will be a challenging task. Think you’re up to taking it on?

Environmental managers are increasingly important to the wellbeing of our planet and of the societies which build upon it. Environmental sustainability is a truly global cause, and there is no better way to learn this than by travelling the world to learn of it firsthand.

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