An excellent opportunity for an Energy Manager who will work collaboratively with our energy and operational management teams on designated client energy accounts in public and private sectors supporting customers decarbonisation targets and net zero strategies.
The purpose of the role is to be the dedicated point of contact for energy and carbon management across several Facilities Management contracts within the Technical Services business.
Main duties and responsibilities will include but are not limited to
Ensure effective management of energy, carbon and utilities to meet client objectives and contractual requirements.
Drive forward energy efficiency and zero carbon management programmes by identifying, developing and implement new energy related opportunities and technologies.
Provide first line management of the BMS System across the Scottish Police Service estate and manage supply partner relationships for building management systems (BMS) and where appropriate, utility providers.
Drive engagement programmes, collaboration and initiatives which promote energy and carbon reduction strategies.
Keep up to date and promote best in class energy optimisation and low carbon technologies, initiatives and legislation.
Promote exemplar energy and carbon management and provide advice and support to contract leads and clients for the continuous improvement of energy management practices / solutions.
Proactively support Technical Services in delivering our Energy and Carbon Management Services across key clients.
Provide strategic support to Project Managers on M&E & Fabric project works, and complete post installation analysis on ROI / Energy Usage.
Manage all aspects of client reporting, including consumption trending, client specific reports and ongoing accreditation applications.
Experience and Qualifications
Minimum 3 years' experience in energy management
Chartered Energy Manager or can demonstrate working towards this qualification.
Customer focused, experience of operating within the Facilities Management workplace
Extensive working knowledge of BMS and control theory.
Competency in current benchmark techniques and statistical analysis
A clear understanding of mechanical, electrical and building fabric engineering systems not limited to heating, lighting, chiller, AHU and building fabric services
Capable of preparing fully costed energy efficiency proposals and reports
Ability to carry out full energy surveys and feasibility studies of energy technologies
Strong and effective communicator with established relationship building skills
Meticulous attention to detail
Willingness to work as part of a team
Client focused and professional with the requisite skills to establish and maintain relationships
A self-motivated person who is target driven and possesses the ability to work on their own initiative
Ability to work calmly and efficiently in a pressurised environment
Hours and Environment
This position will be based from one of the regional offices in Edinburgh or Glasgow however the role holder will be required to travel to other offices and client sites on a regular basis throughout the UK on ad hoc basis
Core working hours for this position are from 8am until 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.
33 days holiday
Employee Referral Scheme
Learning and development opportunities
Supportive working culture and future progression opportunities.
Mobile, legal, bicycle, breakdown, and retail discounts
Eye test and glasses reimbursement
Cycle 2 work scheme
If you are interested in this vacancy, please apply with your CV or call Jak Walsh on 01223 827 339