Low Carbon Workspaces Project Officer / Energy Adviser
We are recruiting for an individual to provide project management for the Low Carbon Workspaces programme, monitor delivery of partners & provide advice/guidance to applicants.
Full-time | £33,000 per annum | benefits (fixed term until 30th November 2019)
Ngage has successfully secured funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to offer grants to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) (businesses and social enterprises) for the implementation of energy efficiency measures. The Low Carbon Workspaces programme is being delivered throughout Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and the Black Country.
You will manage delivery of the programme for the Black Country area. This involves assisting SMEs through the entire grant application process, providing advice and guidance on low carbon measures, working with key stakeholders (including suppliers of energy efficiency technologies), communicating information about the programme effectively, and undertaking other work as necessary (please see the Roles and Responsibilities) to ensure that targets are met.
Proven excellent project management skills and experience are essential, as well as demonstrable experience and knowledge of the low carbon agenda and a proven track record in working with businesses and/or individuals to reduce their carbon footprint.
You will be operating from the Black Country Growth Hub in Wolverhampton (3 days a week) and Ngage’s offices in Buckinghamshire (2 days a week). Provision has been made in the Low Carbon Workspaces programme budget to cover one overnight stay (per week) in Aylesbury, and travel costs to and from Ngage’s offices.
For a job specification, application form and to apply click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org with a covering letter and CV or write to HR Department, Ngage Solutions Limited, The Saunderton Estate, Wycombe Road, Saunderton, HP14 4BF.
Closing date for applications: 9am on 11th February 2018
Interviews are scheduled for : Monday 19th February 2018