Project Manager

Carbon Co-op

£35,000 - £38,500 FTE

Paid • Full or Part Time • Permanent

Sectors: carbon, climate & energy

Closing date: Friday, 15th March 2024  

We’re looking for a new Project Manager to work within our Retrofit Team portfolio, developing and delivering innovative new projects that take a community and citizen-led approach to the clean energy transition and tackling climate change.

You will be part of an interdisciplinary team with an array of dedicated and skilled colleagues, subject matter experts and other project managers. You don’t need previous experience within the low carbon, construction or retrofit sectors, just to demonstrate a commitment to our core values and previous work in a Project Management role. 

We expect Project Managers to oversee two to three projects at a time, of varying timescales and complexities. Working in the innovation space means there will always be a variety of fascinating new challenges and opportunities to tackle but you will be working within an organisation set up to develop and support just these kinds of projects. 

Typical projects you could be Project Managing include: the development of new energy and retrofit products and services, the creation of new climate policy approaches, the delivery of on the ground research and engagement and the oversight and delivery of new retrofit construction projects. The mix of projects you work on will be dictated by your experience and capacity and at all times you will work under the supervision of our portfolio manager, Retrofit Team Lead Jonathan Atkinson. 


Project Planning and Execution:

  • Development and implementation of comprehensive project plans, ensuring alignment with Carbon Co-op’s mission and goals.
  • Overseeing the execution of projects from initiation to completion, ensuring timely delivery and high-quality outcomes.
  • Collaborating with interdisciplinary teams, stakeholders, and external partners to drive project success.

Budget and Resource Management

  • Managing project budgets, tracking expenditures, and ensuring cost-effectiveness.
  • Optimising resource allocation and utilisation to maximise project efficiency.

Risk Management

  • Identifying potential risks and developing mitigation strategies to ensure successful project delivery.
  • Monitoring and assessing project risks throughout the project lifecycle, making adjustments as necessary.

Reporting and Documentation

  • Preparing regular delivery, financial and resource progress reports, presenting project updates to stakeholders, partners, and the leadership team.
  • Maintaining accurate and comprehensive project documentation for future reference and audits, using in house project management reporting systems and processes. 

Stakeholder Management/Community Engagement:

  • Fostering strong relationships with community members, local authorities, and relevant stakeholders to ensure project buy-in and sustainability.
  • Working with subject matter experts to develop and implement community engagement strategies to involve residents in low-carbon initiatives, promoting awareness and participation.

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