Cumbria Crack

Job: Energy Efficiency Officer

SALARY: £18,000 – £24,000 per annum pro rata (dependent on experience)
DURATION: Fixed-term contract to end January 2021 (start date to be negotiated)
HOURS: 22.5 hrs a week / 3 days a week

We are looking for a project officer to lead on the delivery of our new Cold to Cosy Homes scheme, which offers free energy services to households living in fuel poverty and other vulnerable people in Cumbria. You’ll also help with delivering our wider energy efficiency activities, including the national LEAP (Local Energy Advice Partnership) programme.

You’ll be at the heart of our initiatives that help people to use less energy at home. You’ll visit vulnerable households across Cumbria to offer advice on ways to save money and energy, and you’ll install energy-saving measures, such as draughtproofing equipment.

You’ll help us to reach these households by building networks with partner organisations across the county. You’ll support even more people by running energy advice events for people at risk of fuel poverty.

Our ideal candidate will have a good knowledge of energy saving in homes. They’ll be great at customer service, networking and reaching out to communities and organisations. They’ll be highly organised, and confident in speaking to small groups.

Does this sound like the perfect job for you? Find out more and apply now. Visit our website for the full job description, person specification and application form.

Closing date for applications:
9am on Tuesday 23 April 2019

Thursday 2 May in Penrith

About Cumbria Action for Sustainability:

We’re Cumbria’s climate change and sustainability organisation. Our vision is a Zero Carbon Cumbria – bringing about a better way of life in balance with our environment. Our mission is to empower and enable people, communities and businesses to live and work more sustainably by sharing our knowledge, practice, skills, networks and practical experience. We manage and deliver events, advice, training and practical projects across the county as well as providing specialist consultancy services to enable individuals, communities, businesses and local authorities to drive a shift towards a Zero Carbon Cumbria.