Wednesday 7 March 2012

Energy Manager

Energy Manager




Energy Live Jobshop's job of the week is for an Energy Manager who will identify and deliver measurable reductions in energy use (water, gas & electricity) & linked carbon emissions.

Key responsibilities will be

  • Identifying, prioritising & resolving opportunities to improve poor energy performance at both a technical and operational level at nominated commercial and branch properties.
  • Develop action plans for each property and engage the Energy team with clear objectives for energy reduction whilst ensuring that the site operational needs are not unduly compromised
  • Reviewing, through continuous monitoring, improvements in energy consumption and communicating outcomes and issues with supply chain partners and client key energy - interested- staff.
  • Provide concise reports for each property defining each energy saving actions and collating the quantified evidence of their success
  • Consumption management - Utilising - day 1' data to ensure any abnormal utility usage is picked up in a timely manner.
  • Achieving results through direct actions
  • Reporting to the Energy Demand Manager
  • Energy auditing and investment planning
  • Provide training where appropriate and raise best practice awareness with all site stakeholders


  • Energy Data Analysis
  • Decision Making based on evidence and sustainable outcome measures
  • Effective Time Management
  • Excellent Communication and influencing skills
  • Innovation and change
  • Concise and accurate reporting

Other skills

  • Strong analytical and statistical probing skills essential
  • Ability to find solutions to complex problems
  • In depth technical understanding of building services and systems (HVAC, Lighting, Refrigeration, ITC etc) and energy baseline methodology
  • Thorough appreciation of site operations and procedures in line with clients and stakeholders demands
  • Being passionate about working outside normal client boundaries
  • Enjoy promoting a dry subject
  • Great persistence in seeking continual improvement
  • Gains satisfaction from achieving results in spite of barriers.
  • Able to promote Energy awareness with the clients technical and none technical senior management and staff alike.
  • There will be a need to travel within the region as well as some home/office based working, however you may be required from time to time to work throughout the UK.
  • Ideally you will have good working knowledge of building services and the associated control systems and a general understanding of energy management, however specific training and further education will be provided where necessary.
  • Demonstrate empathy and positive change behaviour within both the client staff and supply chain Partners.

To apply, please click here.

Written by

Bruna Pinhoni

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