Energy Manager

Posted 28 November 2023
Salary £40,000 - £55,000 + car allowance
Job type Permanent
Discipline Energy ManagementEnergy Procurement
Contact NameDan Turrell

Job description

Job Title: Energy Manager/Consultant

Location: UK home-based with travel to client sites

Salary: £40,000 - £55,000 + car allowance

Green Recruitment has partnered with one of the UK's leading energy consultancies, providing Energy Procurement, Energy Management, and Carbon Advisory services to organisations spanning private and public sectors.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage a portfolio of contracts, being responsible for achieving contracted deliverables, by the required timescales and to the required quality. These will include, but not limited to, the delivery of reports, site surveys, client communication, presentations, feasibility studies and complex calculations. Ensuring client satisfaction will lead to sustained revenue generation.

  • Support product managers by contributing to the development of product strategy and Solutions products or services.

  • On occasion, it will be necessary to provide technical support during sale’s meetings to support revenue growth.

  • Manage the delivery of projects, either individually or as part of a team, to achieve the desired deliverable/s in the required timeframe.

  • Provide training to peers, either through group sessions or on a 1-1 basis, sharing skills and knowledge to support development of the team, improving delivery flexibility.

Your Profile:

  • Engineering or relevant technical degree essential

  • Strong analytical and numerical skills with experience of analysing and interpreting large amounts of complex data, and communicating findings in report format

  • Excellent project management skills to ensure high quality service delivery

  • Experience working in a business-to-business consultancy, where you have performed the role of ‘trusted advisor’, providing support, advice, and delivery to a very high standard

  • A specialised technical discipline such as electrical engineering would be desirable

  • Experience working independently against a portfolio of different projects, achieving specified deliverables against set timescales, whilst ensuring time spent is to budgetary requirements

  • ESOS Lead Assessor desirable

  • A working knowledge of legislation and services related to energy, for example, energy management, energy audits (BS EN 16247), feasibility studies, CCA, CCL, SECR, UK ETS, CDP, TCFD, and ESOS

  • Experience of public sector reporting (e.g., ERIC, HEFCE) would be beneficial, as would experience of ISO standards such as 9001 and 50001

  • Experience of measurement and verification to IPMVP or equivalent would be desirable

  • Experience in energy and water management, from identification of utility savings to delivery of successful reduction programmes

  • Excellent communication skills: verbal, visual, and written, with the ability to convey complex problems, improving understanding, to a variety of stakeholders from all levels of business, in an engaging manner