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Commercial Energy Delivery Manager:

As Commercial Energy Delivery Manager you will help to secure carbon savings from the decarbonisation of commercial premises across the West Midlands as set out in the #WM2041 Five Year Plan. You will be someone who really wants to make a difference to climate change and carbon reduction. You’ll need to have operational experience in energy or facilities management, together with experience of the commercial energy development process, including business / investment case development and commercial partnerships. You will work with Distributed Network Operators (Gas and Electricity systems) to negotiate cost-effective and risk mitigated grid connections, contractors and supporting local authorities to develop policies which facilitate renewable energy development, and so excellent interpersonal, collaboration and stakeholder engagement skills, and experience of working across all levels of an organisation, are needed. You’ll enjoy working with and analysing data and be comfortable using data to inform decisions. You’ll understand legislation and compliance requirements for corporate energy management e.g. ESOS, ISO 14001 and have experience in full-energy surveys and feasibility studies for energy management, energy efficiency interventions and renewable energy technology deployment. Apply by 6 January 2022! Click here for more information. Affordable Warmth Delivery Manager: As Affordable Warmth Delivery Manager, you will join a newly established SMART Hub (Sustainable Market for Affordable Retrofit Technologies), with a focus on supporting local authorities across the West Midlands to take targeted action to address fuel poverty. You will understand the real impact fuel poverty has on people and have a genuine passion about climate change and carbon reduction. Working as part of a team, you will support them to build cross organisational and local authority support for the SMART Hub and its work programme to deliver carbon savings from domestic retrofit as part of the #WM2041 Five Year Plan.  Therefore, excellent interpersonal, collaboration and engagement skills, and experience of working across all levels of an organisation, are needed. You will have operational experience in establishing and delivering fuel poverty or domestic retrofit programmes together with a good understanding of the customer journey, policy, legislation, and compliance requirements for domestic energy management. You will ensure fuel poverty and retrofit programmes are effectively targeted and develop a strong data-driven evidence base that can be used to inform bids and funding applications  – and so you’ll be able to demonstrate an understanding of data analytics for energy management and have the skills needed to able to review information and determine the best approach to problem-solving. Apply by 6 January 2022! Click here for more information.  

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