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Manager Sustainable Supply Chains

We help our clients to identify, understand and address their human rights and social impacts. Our team members work with business, government and not-for-profit to understand complex social issues, risks and opportunities. We develop and implement practical responses to create sustainable positive change. We believe that KPMG Netherlands can play a distinct and vital role in helping solve important social issues and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts. We are also part of KPMG’s Global Business and Human Rights Network, bringing together specialists around the world to deliver international solutions.

Professional (3+)

Your challenges

You'll be part of the KPMG Netherlands Sustainable Supply Chain team and you will: 


  • Provide subject matter expertise in the area of Supply Chain Due Diligence, sustainable procurement and decarbonization of supply chains 

  • Manage projects, ranging from small to large, and simple to complex 

  • Contribute to projects, either in a support role or as subject matter expert 

  • Work directly with clients 

  • Connect with KPMG colleagues that work on other sustainability themes and service areas 

  • Connect with industry actors and stakeholders 

  • Contribute to proposals and business development, over time advancing to play more of a leadership role 

This is what you bring

  • Significant knowledge of and experience (5-7 years minimum) in the field of sustainability and environmental supply chain related, sustainable sourcing and supplier engagement programs 

  • Thorough understanding of the standards landscape such as SEDEX, SAI, RA, RSPO, SMETA, ZDHC etc, and understanding both contribution as well limitations of these schemes in context of sustainable sourcing 

  • Familiar with recent developments like the CSRD, CSDDD, understanding of SBTi framework 

  • Strong affinity and understanding of relevant (information) technology and tools in context of sustainable sourcing and supply chain transparency 

  • Strong communication skills, including report writing and presenting in English 

  • Experience managing global projects 

  • practical experience in e.g. stakeholder consultation, qualitative interviewing, social/environmental (remote) auditing or impact assessment. Additional skills in qualitative social research skills are a bonus. 

* These criteria are an indication of the profile we are looking for. Research shows that male candidates often apply when they see a 60% match with the profile, while women only apply when they see a 100% match. If you don't meet all the criteria but you do believe that this is the right position for you, we kindly invite you to apply anyway or get in touch.

What will you do in this position?

You will be working on a range of innovative services relating to social impact, human rights in business, ethical sourcing, sustainable supply chain management, social assessments, and stakeholder engagement. Together with colleagues from different countries and departments of KPMG you work towards building market relations and serving customers. The position offers plenty of opportunity for both personal and professional growth. We create the right environment for you to be able to boost your own development.

This is what we offer

  • A competitive salary 

  • 30 days of holidays 

  • Flexibility in employment terms & conditions 

  • A laptop and iPhone which can also be used privately 

  • A non-contributory pension plan 

  • A leasecar or mobility allowance 

  • Discount on insurances and gym membership 

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