Climate Project Officer
Taking a leading role in energy management and awareness, contributing to the Council’s response to Climate Change by reducing the Council’s impact on the environment through carbon reduction, environmental compliance and reducing consumption of natural resources.
We are looking for a person take a leading role in energy management and awareness, contributing to the Council’s response to Climate Change by reducing the Council’s impact on the environment through carbon reduction, environmental compliance and reducing consumption of natural resources.
Day to day
Reporting to the Operations Manager of Major Capital Schemes.
To work with a wide range of stakeholders, partnerships and other public, private and voluntary sector organisations.
To provide expert technical advice, on a range of climate change and building energy/environmental sustainability engineering projects (including energy conservation).
Working from both home and the Council’s head office, within a close team of building professionals, this job links across multiple disciplines, areas and operational buildings. Working pattern is variable with every day being different with new challenges and projects being worked upon at any given time.
This job will be at the forefront of reducing the Council’s carbon emissions and therefore a passion for protecting the planet and our futures is a must, alongside project management skills, good communication abilities and a desire to make a difference.
Engineering or procurement background would be helpful.
Hours of work are 37 per week, Monday to Friday.
A full UK driving license is required for this post.
As well as a good salary, we offer a career average pension scheme, generous holiday and sick pay entitlements, subsidised parking, public transport discounts, free swimming, cycle purchase scheme, plenty of personal and professional development opportunities, flexible working, hybrid working opportunities, Employee Assistance Programme and the opportunity to work with great colleagues.
For more information about this role please contact Mark Hunter on 01473 432 808 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please download the Job Description and Person Specification to find out more about this role:
The selection process will be an interview.
The assessment interview process will be carried out remotely via Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams or in person.
Early applications are encouraged as we reserve the right to interview candidates who meet the essential criteria prior to the closing date and / or to close the opportunity to applicants once we receive sufficient applications.
Grafton House – Ipswich
£34,723 – £36,298
Application closing date
24 November 2022
Full-time – 37 Hours per week