|Project||Senior Energy Advice Officer|
CAUK reference: 2337
Change Agents UK Level: 3
Location: Islington, London
Number of Positions: 1
What will this position involve?
This is an exciting opportunity to co-manage the Energy Policy & Advice Team at Islington Council, which operates a number of high-profile special projects and the award-winning energy advice and fuel poverty referral network, Seasonal Health Interventions Network (SHINE).
Who would this position suit?
Islington Council are looking for an experienced and an enthusiastic leader to manage an effective and high-profile team. You will have a good understanding of national policy affecting fuel poverty and domestic energy efficiency and the ability to respond to consultations on these policy areas. As well as a proven track record accessing fuel and water debt assistance. Experience managing relationships with program funders and supervising a small team day to day. If you have the following qualities, skills and experience please apply:
Who are Islington Council?
Islington Council serves a lively and diverse London borough has one of the largest energy services in UK local government and operates a number of pioneering and innovative projects to save energy and carbon, including SHINE a nationally recognised fuel poverty referral network and Bunhill heat network which utilises waste heat from the London Underground. Islington recently launched London’s first local-government owned energy company, Angelic Energy in partnership with Robin Hood Energy.
What is the Energy Policy and Advice Team like?
You will work within Islington Council, to co-manage a team of around ten to deliver projects and home energy advice. The team works on a range of home and community energy projects but also has policy responsibility for fuel poverty, domestic energy efficiency standards, consumer protection, water and climate resilience. The team is a dynamic and busy one with a high regional and national profile. You will work alongside supportive colleagues to deliver valued and popular services.
Why would the successful candidate want this position?
This role presents the opportunity to shape the work of a high-profile, award-winning team as you lead on pioneering projects. It is ideal if you are looking to build upon your development skills within the energy and advice sector, working with local communities, local authorities and businesses.
Salary (per annum pro rata): £35,607
Start Date: ASAP
Length of Opportunity: 5.5 Months (Extension available subject to funding and performance)
Closing Date: Sunday 17th June 2018
Telephone Interview: w/c 11th June 2018
Interview Date: 27th June 2018
Hours/Week: 35 hours
Annual leave: 30 days per annum
Work outside normal hours: Some evening and weekend work as required
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|Hours Per Week||35.00|
Closed - no further applications permitted