Clichy, Île-de-France
Full - Time

Project Manager Sustainable Sourcing


Most of L’Oréal’s raw materials are derived from renewable sources and are largely of plant origin. The Group, which uses approximately 1,600 raw materials from nearly 350 species of plants, sees biodiversity as an important and growing source of innovation and is committed to sourcing its ingredients in a sustainable and responsible manner.

The goal of the Raw Materials Sustainable Sourcing department is to ensure 100% of plant-based ingredients used in formulas are traceable, sustainably sourced and that none of them are linked to deforestation. To limit our impact on natural habitats, we are committing to holding flat, by 2030, the total land occupancy vital to the sourcing of our ingredients, compared to 2019. Thus, whilst ensuring the high quality of the materials, our mission is to ensure the respect of human rights along our supply chains, contribute to the preservation of biodiversity and the fight against climate change. Moreover, the in-depth work undertaken with our suppliers on social and environmental factors is an undeniable asset in our business continuity.

The Group is looking for a motivated Project Manager expert in Agronomy to join the Biomaterials Sustainable Sourcing team to reach its sustainable sourcing target on biobased ingredients.

Key Job Accountabilities:

1/ Ensure “by 2030, we will hold flat the total land occupancy vital to the sourcing of our ingredients, compared to 2019” – 50%

üEnsure the robustness of the methodology of biodiversity footprint calculation in alignment with the Science Based Targets for Nature network (follow experts’ trends, update methodology based on research & new findings…)
üDefine the strategy and roadmap by commodities
üDevelop and ensure the robustness of L’Oréal Regenerative Agriculture (Reg Ag) methodological framework and tools: grid of audit with dedicated criteria, set of practices to be promoted, KPIs to be followed, benchmark of existing environmental certifications, benchmark of monitoring tools to assess biodiversity footprint of our field projects
üProvide scientific watch and methodological update on technical advances in Reg Ag
üIdentify monitoring tools & biodiversity expert partners to monitor impact of Reg Ag principles & practices  

§Project design and implementation:
üContribute to define the strategy and the priority feedstocks and supply chains to be subject of Regenerative Agriculture projects
üContribute to define the 2030 roadmap by commodities
üDesign, implement, follow-up and monitor Regenerative Agriculture projects with adapted KPIs (ex: palm, soy, coconut, beetroot, etc.)

§Coordination with internal & external stakeholders:
üR&I, purchasing team, suppliers, brands, farmers…to ensure alignment on the target and to raise awareness through training sessions…
üContribution to One Planet for Biodiversity (OP2B) workshops to align on regenerative agriculture definition, methodology and reporting on the market
üIdentify synergies with other OP2B members to scale-up regenerative agriculture projects

2/ Ensure “100% of biobased raw materials for formulas are sustainably sourced, traceable and none of them are linked to deforestation” – 50%


§Agronomic support to the Forest Policy implementation in coordination with the Forest Policy manager:
üEnsures consistency of field projects agronomic objectives to respond to both Hold Flat and Forest Policy commitments
üFollow-up on No Deforestation, no Peat, no Exploitation (NDPE) verification of field projects
üParticipate to the Action for Sustainable Derivatives (ASD) working groups to identify synergies with other players of the coalition in order to launch relevant joint sustainable field projects including regenerative agriculture practices

§Agronomic support to Sustainable Sourcing field projects:
üAgronomic support to other sustainable sourcing managers in their projects with a special focus on priority commodities part of the Hold flat and Forest Policy commitments
üManage a dedicated portfolio of projects: design, implement, coordinate and monitor sustainable sourcing field projects respecting the different phase of a project cycle.

§Agronomic support to other internal stakeholders (R&I and brands):
·Support brands having a strong environmental commitment on their RM portfolio to reinforce their sustainability and environmental objectives
·Strong collaboration with R&I to ensure consistency between Operations & R&I on definition & targets: land occupancy footprint, green cultivation, GMO, pesticides…


§Have a Master’s degree level in Agronomy and/or specialization in Sustainable Sourcing
§Have proven experience in developing field projects with farmers in developing countries
§Have at least 5 years experience in project management at international level
§Be fluent in French and English 
§Have advanced IT skills (Excel, PowerPoint)

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