All Island Media

Alter Domus

Andium Homes

Association of Jersey Architects


Aztec Group


Best Start Partnership

Brilliance - Jersey's jewellery and watch industry

British Army

Centre Point



de Gruchy

Diamondology Ltd

Digital Jersey


Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust / Jersey Zoo



Grant Thornton

Hair & Beauty Academy

Health and Community Services

Highlands College


Institute of Law


Islands Insurance

ITV Channel Television

Jenca Music

Jersey Construction Council

Jersey Dairy

Jersey Electricity

Jersey Employer Group

Jersey Employment Trust

Jersey Finance

Jersey Financial Services Commission

Jersey Heritage

Jersey Hospitality Association

Jersey Overseas Aid

Jersey Pearl (FS Group)

Jersey Sport

Jersey Youth Service




Langham Hall

Les Amis

LV Care Group

M3D Architecture

Mace Group

Maples Group

Medical Education



Oak Group


Orthoptic Department


Ports of Jersey




Rok Group

Royal Navy



Seymour Hotels

Skills Jersey - Careers Guidance

Skills Jersey - Skills Coaches

Skills Jersey - Trackers Apprenticeship Programme

Skills Jersey - Traineeship Programme

Skills Jersey - Trident Work Experience

Social Care



System Labs


The Shelter Trust

Theatres & Anaesthetics

TMF Group

Uniformed Services





Eco Careers: Kim Le Brocq from the Green Laundry Room Ltd

We speak to Kim Le Brocq to find out about his role and his advice on how you can learn more about environmental careers.


What are the main skills needed to do your job?

There are a plethora of skills needed to run this type of business. You have to have good Business management skills as it can become quite costly to ensure you use quality products. You have to have an eye for detail and appetite in delivering superior quality and acknowledge that people have entrusted their treasured clothes and linens with you. Good customer service skills are a must as the public like to chat. Great negotiating skills when dealing with suppliers and a passion for laundry and for the environment and giving something back to the community. We offer a personal service and enjoy the day to day banter with our customers and the public

What motivated you to work in this field?

I have worked in the Finance industry around the Globe all of my career and therefore had many suits to dry clean and shirts to wash and iron on a weekly basis. I always remembered the horrible chemical smell coming from my suits and decided to investigate the process and see if there were any alternatives. I read a lot of research on the dry cleaning industry and was horrified how harmful the chemicals are to the fabrics, to you (causes of respiratory issues) and the environment (toxic waste). I wanted to have a project to do something Green when I moved back to Jersey 7 years ago and the Green Laundry Room was born !

What advice would you give to someone who is keen to learn more about environmental careers?

Be passionate about your subject matter and do lots of research and stand up for what you believe in. It’s tough and slow to turn public opinions, but you have to persevere and gradually people start to understand the differences between environmental considerations and the status quo. There is also a mushroom affect as people learn more and appreciates the benefits of looking at things differently and what it can do to help those around you. Jersey is behind the curve in terms of environmental agendas but there are many people who are starting to turn the dial and make a difference.

Thinking of joining an eco career but not sure where to start?

Why not arrange an appointment with the Skills Jersey Careers Advise team who offer a free impartial careers advice and guidance service for all ages, regardless of residency or employment status.

Your one-to-one appointment will be in a relaxed, informal and confidential environment.

Find out more by calling the team on +44 (0) 1534 449440 or book an appointment online.