LCA Specialist


Job Vacancy: LCA Specialist

EcoReview is looking for an environmental enthusiast who wants to contribute constructively to achieving the climate goals for 2030 and 2050. EcoReview specializes in Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), which calculates environmental impact. We serve a global clientele including contracting parties, project developers, and manufacturers. Our goal is to make the transition to a sustainable future as simple and transparent as possible for all involved.

What are we looking for?

We are seeking someone with preferably a technical background or the ability to visualize technical processes. Someone who finds it challenging to make the environmental impact of products and projects clear and can document this well in reports. It is not rocket science, but a critical eye is essential.

EcoReview is a young company with an informal culture in a growing market. As long as the agreements made are met, there is a lot of flexibility, and you can arrange your working hours yourself. You will work in a team of experts who will gladly teach you the ins and outs of the profession. Due to the growing market, there are many opportunities, and we challenge you to develop your own ideas.

What skills do you need?

– Excellent Dutch and English

– Proficient with numbers

– Report writing

– Skilled with calculation tools

What knowledge is required?

– Knowledge of sustainability is useful, interest in sustainability is required

– Technical insight and the ability to visualize production processes

What can you expect from us?

– Work with and learn from a team of experts

– An informal company culture with short lines of communication and regular fun outings

– A lot of freedom: you can arrange your working hours yourself

– Room for creativity: we challenge you to develop your own ideas

If you are interested and possess these qualities, please send your CV along with a short motivation letter to

Would you like to know more about what an LCA expert does and how it contributes to a more sustainable future? Watch this video on the website of the National Environmental Database.