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Energy and Carbon Programme Manager

Energy and Carbon Programme Manager

​Client Overview:

Recently voted as the Sunday Times’ top small company to work for, this non-departmental public body support public sector investment in low carbon technologies, driving them to achieve their carbon reduction targets. This is accomplished by offering interest free loans towards low carbon and energy efficiency projects. This opportunity allows you to develop knowledge of low carbon technologies and their application in the built environment, financing of capital project, government policy and client relationship management.

 

Key responsibilities and candidate expectations:

  • Develop good working relationships with delivery partners – including BEIS, DfE, Welsh Government and Scottish Government and central government departments

  • Understanding of energy and decarbonisation policies and low carbon solution such as heat pumps, heat network, energy efficiency and fabric insulation. Ability to coordinate and lead the business relationship with our external partners

  • Conducting site visits to evaluate low carbon technology potential, provide advice on making a Salix application and post project audits

  • Develop additional Salix support material including best practice examples and case studies

  • To develop staff technical knowledge through shared learning

  • Overseeing the analysis of energy and carbon savings data from funded projects

  • Oversee/ensure the completion of quality and accuracy of technical assessment of applications for funding

  • Liaise with clients on projects that require more experience and understanding of a technology including attending client meetings

  • Manage Technical Contractors work at peak times ensuring their work is of a high standard and they meet KPI’s

  • Establish and maintain systems and processes for when funds are awarded and ensuring the effective delivery of key projects

  • Following up on the success of a programme and on-going improvements

  • Develop and implement an activity plan for the team

  • Manage and motivate a team of staff who are assessing Salix programmes

  • Manage Energy and Carbon Analysts to improve their skills and abilities

  • Adhere to and promote Salix working procedures; working consistently across all programmes and input into the improvement of processes

  • Take part in strategic planning and budget setting to ensure effective funding implementation

  • Prepare written and verbal reports for the board and company

 

Employee Benefits:

  • 28 days annual leave

  • Cycle to work scheme

  • Contributory Pension scheme

  • Employee support with public transport costs

  • Training (technical and management)