Project Coordinator

Nottingham Energy Partnership

£23,000 - £26,000 pro rata

Paid • Full Time • Fixed Term Contract

Sectors: carbon, climate & energy

Closing date: Friday, 18th June 2021   5 days left

Project Coordinator

Salary: £23,000 to £26,000 pro rata
Contract type: 1 year (with potential to be extended)
Working hours: Full time 37 hrs per week
Location: Nottingham City

About Nottingham Energy Partnership

NEP’s Affordable Warmth team is growing and is now looking to recruit a full time Project Coordinator to the team to work on its main projects addressing fuel poverty and energy efficiency in the home.

NEP is a Queens Award winning charity for Enterprise in Sustainable Development, the highest accolade for a UK business and a Home Improvement Agency. We are always looking for energetic, motivated individuals to join our team.

Our core activity is to deliver schemes that reduce fuel poverty within the private sector across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. We also have a commercial arm that makes businesses more sustainable with contracts spanning England and Wales

Job Purpose

The Project Coordinator will be responsible for developing and managing NEPs new Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery Scheme and operations for NEPs other affordable warmth services. The position requires a motivated and intelligent person with a solid work ethic and track history of project management. You will collaborate with public and private sector organisations to ensure the successful implementation and delivery of projects.

The Green Homes Grant forms an important aspect of NEPs delivery programme to install key energy saving measures (e.g., solid wall insulation, solar PVs) into the homes of residents across the County. Also, to provide residents with advice and the technical knowledge about energy efficiency. 

You will work with front line staff and community groups to extend NEPs reach to vulnerable households and enhance their knowledge and understanding of domestic energy efficiency, energy markets and fuel poverty.

An ability to enthuse, involve and communicate as well as the ability to liaise effectively with a wide range of individuals and organisations is needed in this post, as the key performance indicators includes the delivery of training courses, presentations, workshops and briefing sessions on NEP’s affordable warmth services to address fuel poverty and energy inefficiency. Although technology is key to carbon saving, informed consumers have the potential to bring about far-reaching change. Occasional weekend and evening work will be necessary, for which time off in lieu will be given.

Other key functions include the management of information systems, human resources, and supporting with funding applications. You will have the ability to think strategically about the administrative and customer service requirements of the programme.

Application deadline: 5pm, Friday 18th June 2021, however, please submit your application asap, as we will be inviting strong candidates to interview as and when we receive their application, which may be before the closing date.

Interview date: TBC
Start date: ASAP

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