Job Title: Low Carbon Consultant
Location: Bristol/Cardiff (On-site)
TGRC are delighted to be partnered with an international real estate consultancy that is the leader in delivering energy improvement & optimisation advice and looking to add a Low Carbon Consultant to its team.
Providing specialized guidance to minimize energy consumption and carbon footprint in constructed spaces.
Developing a product portfolio.
Conducting IES VE modelling for various building types to achieve energy optimization and decarbonization.
Capable of advising clients and project leaders on the technical and economic performance of diverse low-carbon energy solutions, sustainable measures, technologies, and comprehensive built environment solutions.
Delivering professional services such as Non-domestic Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs), Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) reports, ADL2A dynamic simulations and SBEM calculations.
Offering quality assurance support as needed.
Staying updated on relevant regulations and educating internal teams and clients on current and future legislative requirements.
Demonstrating proficiency in business development and client relations.
Adhering to Health & Safety protocols.
Taking ownership of continuous professional learning.
Upholding Company Values.
Collaborating with colleagues to deliver Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) solutions for the built environment.
Coordinating portfolio instructions and handling additional responsibilities as reasonably required.
A degree in an Energy or Sustainability subject is preferable
Previous experience in a commercial property environment is preferable
An in-depth knowledge of IES or similar software
Good understanding of the National Calculation Methodology
Qualified level 3 or 4 non-domestic energy assessor. Level 5 preferable
A good understanding of mechanical design
Is interested in a Sustainable Built Environment
Demonstrates a wider understanding of complex sustainability problems associated with a range of built environment issues and identifies appropriate solutions through sound sustainability principles
Good working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel
Driving licence essential
Required to have the ability to work within a team and on own initiative
Must be enthusiastic proactive and self-motivated
Must have great verbal and numerical skills and good written skills
Requires effective time management and general organisation skills
Is required to be flexible and can work in a time-sensitive situation
Have a positive attitude
In conclusion, be part of an organisation to drive the renewable energy revolution and contribute to a sustainable future.
How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in the role to Dan Turrell (email@example.com)