Analyst, Sustainability and Environment

Toronto, ON

Reporting to the Director of Sustainability and Environment the Analyst, Sustainability and Environment will support Toward a Better Future to achieve our sustainability goals. This role will interface with facilities (manufacturing and distribution) on federal, provincial, and municipal environmental legislative requirements to ensure all regulatory and reporting requirements are in compliance. The Analyst, Sustainability and Environment will monitor emerging legislation and inform on potential implications to sustainability goals and objectives. This role will also provide site specific recommendations to facilities to ensure compliance with acceptable standards and applicable regulatory bodies.


The Analyst, Sustainability and Environment will be responsible for Extended Producer Responsibility Programs for primary and secondary packaging. This responsibility includes gathering information required and calculating annual tonnage (based on unit weights and sales volumes by product by province) of packaging and optimize associated program efficiencies and costs. On an annual basis this information will be provided as required on a provincial basis within specified time frames and will also include working with finance to initiate payments within specified timeframes. The Analyst, Sustainability and Environment will monitor programs for changes, updates and any emerging issues and become involved with any new programs to understand new obligations. The role will also interface with Packaging Optimization to ensure accuracy of packaging weights and support packaging optimization efforts and determine the associated cost savings with packaging weight ductions related to EPR Programs.

Specific to our Toward a Better Future the Analyst, Sustainability and Environment will support Coke-Canada’s sustainability goals and objectives through data collection and analysis for environmental metrics related to climate, water and waste management and the provision of information for sustainability benchmarking. 

  • Interpret monitoring and investigative data and develop recommendations based on reports of site inspections, site assessments, facility monitoring to address compliance requirements;
  • Work with facilities to complete annual reporting related to Municipal, Provincial and Federal Reporting Requirements;
  • Review and monitoring of wastewater treatment systems, solid waste management and refrigerants for regulatory compliance requirements;
  • Review of waste management throughout all facilities to identify areas of improvement;
  • Monitoring of Municipal, Provincial and Federal legislative requirements (including Extended Producer Responsibility Programs) for upcoming changes, new and emerging issues and communicate these changes to the business;
  • Monitoring resource use to ensure it complies with waste management and recycling policies;
  • Promote environmental awareness and engagement;
  • Ensure compliance with Extended Producer Responsibility Programs is various provinces including registration, payment of fees and annual reporting; and
  • Collection of data to support CCCBL’s sustainability goals including data related to climate, water, packaging and material sourcing and support sustainability benchmarking requirements.


  • 5 years experience in a related field.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in environmental management, policy, or engineering.
  • Knowledge of Federal and Provincial legislative requirements.
  • Bilingualism (French/English) would be an asset.
  • Experience in food manufacturing environment would be an asset.
  • Excellent verbal and strategic written communication skills are critical. 
  • Must be able to effectively communicate with persons at every level of operation at the Company. 
  • Self-starter. Highly motivated individual with demonstrated initiative and attention to detail and proven project management skills. 
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills. 
  • Ability to consistently deliver quality projects on time and within budget. 
  • Ability to translate technical language into stakeholder relevant communications.
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team. 
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality. 
  • Computer Skills Required: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Teams and Sharepoint. 


All offers of employment at Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited (“Coke Canada”) are conditional upon a successful background clearance obtained through our contracted third-party vendor. The standard clearance requirements depend on the position and may include some or all of the following: criminal clearance, employment verification, education verification and driver’s abstract review. Please advise the Talent Acquisition team if you have any questions or concerns in regard to this once you are contacted for further consideration. 

Coke Canada is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce with a number of programs, policies and resources in place to support our people. 

For individuals with disabilities, should you require accommodations or support throughout the recruitment process please contact our Talent Acquisition Services team by calling 1-844-383-2653 or email

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