6 months post, £20 per hour, 35 hours per week and eligible for flexible working.
Your new company:
A vibrant local authority based in East Midlands have an excellent opportunity for an Energy Officer based in their head office. The vacancy is for a 6 months post, 35 hours per week and eligible for flexible working.
The council delivers over 50 services to the thriving borough's residents, tenants, businesses and visitors.
Your new role:
- You will be advising members of the council and council employees, and (where appropriate) other individual organisations on all matters relating to energy usage and costings.
- You will have to ensure effective preparation and monitoring of budgets in respect of energy usage to Council facilities in line with the Council financial procedures and compliance.
- Provide reports, on a regular and adhoc basis, on the usage, activity and costs for energy usage.
- Prepare specifications and tender documents in respect of energy projects, issue orders, check and validate claims for payments in respect of Energy works.
- Provide a monitoring and targeting service in respect of energy for council buildings.
- Responsible for administering, checking and payment of the council's energy supplies and services.
- Assist in the formulation and monitoring of Council energy strategies.
- Maintain accurate records of work progress and expenditure.
- As required, undertake general support work, under the direction of the facilities maintenance manager, in order to secure the wider objectives of the Facilities team.
- This role is subject to vetting checks in example: Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
- Flexible approach to time of work, with ability to work evenings and weekends as required by the needs of the service.
- You may be required to carry out the duties at your present workplace or at another council venue.
- Undertaking energy audits on a range of buildings
- Producing detailed and complex reports
- Presenting complex information to a range of audiences.
- Preparing tender and procurement documents.
- Working with energy tariffs