First online climate job fair to take place on 20 July

TATA Power, Yulu, ElectricPe, Pyse, Climes are amongst the employers who will participate and offer jobs in the areas of software development, web and application development, design, data analytics, executive and research

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Terra.do, a global climate school and careers platform, will host India’s first online climate jobs fair on its app on 20 July, 2022. Recruiters and hiring managers from TATA Power, Yulu, ElectricPe, Pyse, String Bio, amongst others will be participating and looking for talent for various remote and onsite openings, across Delhi, Bengaluru, Mumbai as well as other tier-1 cities.

The fair will offer opportunities to professionals across skills and sectors, covering software, hardware and design, data science and analysis, management, communication, research, sales, consumer relations and more.

Opportunities will be available for iOS developers, DevOps, full-stack and Web developers, researchers, React Native, frontend developers, UX/UI designers, product developers, sustainability expert, business and sales managers, consumer and business relations, and so on.

Job seekers as well as employers may register on Terra.do’s app to become part of a network of thousands of climate enthusiasts. The app allows candidates to shortlist the roles that they think they are suitable for and attend live presentations by the employers followed by Q&A rounds.

Using the app, candidates can also interact with the hiring managers one to one to obtain more information about the organisations and roles.

The participating employers will be from are sectors such as power, energy and renewable energy, automobile, big data, finance, biotechnology, geoscience, and so on. While some of the participants are ClimateTech companie, others would be ones that believe in sustainability and are working towards more climate-conscious modes of business.

Anshuman Bapna, CEO and co-founder, Terra.do, revealed, “By 2030, Terra.do aims to bring 100mn climate professionals into the workforce to solve the climate crisis”.

Terra.do uses education, networking and actions to enable climate skilling and career development. Green jobs are being increasingly created in tech and business functions and the Government of India has also launched the Skill Council for Green Jobs alignment with the National Skill Development Mission, promoted by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

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