Apply now »


Position Title: Manager, Global Scope 3 Emissions 

Position Type: Regular - Full-Time ​

Position Location: Toronto HQ 

Requisition ID: 27514 



Position Summary:

The Manager, Global Scope 3 Emissions is responsible for developing and maintaining McCain Foods Scope 3 emissions inventory in co-operation with data teams, and for co-ordination of the functional workstreams required to meet our Scope 3 emissions reduction targets.


Working Location and Travel: 

 Location Florenceville/Toronto/ Chicago. Moderate travel required across North America


Core Accountabilities/Outcomes: 


  • Working in close collaboration IT and other subject matter experts, develop, maintain and improve the existing Scope 3 greenhouse gas data model by which the greenhouse gas footprint will be measured, monitored and reported on an ongoing basis.
  • Ensure greenhouse gas modelling is aligned with best practice accounting and the evolving rules and regulations for the measurement and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Own the overall scope 3 greenhouse gas reduction strategy, ensure that functional leads develop and deliver reduction roadmaps for their respective functions (e.g. potatoes, logistics, procurement) that are aligned with the global greenhouse gas model so that improvements can be tracked
  • Own the definition of scope 3 greenhouse gas emission strategies for dairy products and frying oils, engaging with suppliers and developing supplier-specific projects leading to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions that can be reflected on products delivered to McCain.
  • Support the development and use of Product Specific Emission Factors and LCAs where necessary to understand the impact of emissions reduction projects, and communicate with customers and other stakeholders as required
  • Support supplier engagement as a subject matter expert in discussions and supplier specific greenhouse gas reduction workstreams
  • Accountable for developing reporting on function specific progress towards greenhouse gas reduction targets
  • Report Scope 3 emissions as required for external disclosure (e.g. sustainability report, CDP, customer etc.)



  • Bachelor’s Degree with a preferred focus in Environmental Sciences, Engineering or similar field 
  • Minimum 5-7+ years of experience in a technical role with greenhouse gas accounting in an industrial context
  • Experience with Scope 3 emissions, greenhouse gas reduction projects and supplier engagement
  • Demonstrated ability to influence and drive change and an aptitude to work effectively globally.
  • A strong interest in sustainability and environment is critical  


McCain Foods is an equal opportunity employer. We see value in ensuring we have a diverse, antiracist, inclusive, merit-based, and equitable workplace.  As a global family-owned company we are proud to reflect the diverse communities around the world in which we live and work. We recognize that diversity drives our creativity, resilience, and success and makes our business stronger. 
McCain is an accessible employer. If you require an accommodation throughout the recruitment process (including alternate formats of materials or accessible meeting rooms), please let us know and we will work with you to meet your needs.

The health and safety of McCain employees and their families has been our number one priority since the start of COVID-19 pandemic. With vaccination restrictions easing across the globe we do not currently require employees to be vaccinated, but we reserve the right to change this mandate in line with health guidance and regulations in each country.
Your privacy is important to us. By submitting personal data or information to us, you agree this will be handled in accordance with the Global Privacy Policy 



Job Family: Engineering & Technical      
Division: Global Manufacturing Operations 
Department: ​Environment and Resource Efficient Operations ​
Location(s): CA - Canada : Ontario : Toronto || CA - Canada : New Brunswick : Florenceville-Bristol 

Company: McCain Foods (Canada) 

Apply now »