PLA/1870 - Low Carbon City Officer
£23,953 to £44,624

Ballard House Permanent 37 hours per week Grade E/F and H/I (£23,953 to £44,624) per annum we are looking to appoint at Grade I

N812 - Low Carbon City Officer

 

Plymouth City Council’s Low Carbon City Team is responsible for promoting and delivering plans and projects that will shape Plymouth’s ability to secure radical reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and provide resilience to the impacts of climate change.  

 

The primary focus of the team is:

 

·        Delivering projects that positively impact on climate change, fuel poverty, renewable energy & energy efficiency

·        Securing external funds to deliver projects that provide real reductions in greenhouse gases ·        Providing a centre of excellence for sustainability, climate change and low carbon policy and projects

 

We are currently looking for a self-motivated and highly organized individual with a strong background in energy and /or environmental projects & partnerships. 

 

You will be responsible for:

 

·        Leading on the delivery of Plymouth’s largest solar farm installation in partnership with Plymouth Energy Community

·        Scoping and development of new projects and programs, including the electric vehicle and zero carbon marine sectors.

 

To do this we will be looking for candidates that can:

 

.        Demonstrate a track record of delivering similar projects and successfully securing external funding

.        Use their extensive knowledge around climate change and the low carbon transition to further team reputation for innovation and action in this space.

 

If you think you can make your mark by delivering net zero solutions we would welcome your application. 

 

Please note, this post is suitable for flexible working subject to the needs of the service.

 

For more information or an informal discussion, please contact Paul Elliott – Low Carbon City Team Leader on Plymouth 01752 307475.

 

Closing date:- Sunday 04 September 2022

 

Expected interview date:- Monday 19 September 2022 

 

Vacancy Description
Ballard House Permanent 37 hours per week Grade E/F and H/I (£23,953 to £44,624) per annum we are looking to appoint at Grade I
 

N812 - Low Carbon City Officer

 

Plymouth City Council’s Low Carbon City Team is responsible for promoting and delivering plans and projects that will shape Plymouth’s ability to secure radical reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and provide resilience to the impacts of climate change.  

 

The primary focus of the team is:

 

·        Delivering projects that positively impact on climate change, fuel poverty, renewable energy & energy efficiency

·        Securing external funds to deliver projects that provide real reductions in greenhouse gases ·        Providing a centre of excellence for sustainability, climate change and low carbon policy and projects

 

We are currently looking for a self-motivated and highly organized individual with a strong background in energy and /or environmental projects & partnerships. 

 

You will be responsible for:

 

·        Leading on the delivery of Plymouth’s largest solar farm installation in partnership with Plymouth Energy Community

·        Scoping and development of new projects and programs, including the electric vehicle and zero carbon marine sectors.

 

To do this we will be looking for candidates that can:

 

.        Demonstrate a track record of delivering similar projects and successfully securing external funding

.        Use their extensive knowledge around climate change and the low carbon transition to further team reputation for innovation and action in this space.

 

If you think you can make your mark by delivering net zero solutions we would welcome your application. 

 

Please note, this post is suitable for flexible working subject to the needs of the service.

 

For more information or an informal discussion, please contact Paul Elliott – Low Carbon City Team Leader on Plymouth 01752 307475.

 

Closing date:- Sunday 04 September 2022

 

Expected interview date:- Monday 19 September 2022