Application closing date 31/03/2019
Faculty / School or Service Estates
Salary £38,467 - £54,772 per annum
Package As one of Coventry's biggest employers, we offer some pretty impressive benefits including an excellent pension scheme and generous holiday allowances.
Job category/type Professional Services
Coventry University Group is continuing to deliver ambitious plans to secure future growth and success. Focusing on Research, the Student Experience, International Growth, Innovation and Enterprise the University has achieved an overall ranking of 13th in the national tables, the highest ranked modern university in the UK for the seventh year running.
The University is celebrating 175 years of providing education in Coventry. We are proud to be a partner in the city and support Coventry as the UK City of Culture 2021. Our Estates development and operations support the University's ambitions and growth by providing the spaces, facilities, infrastructure and expertise to create a world class experience for all our customers. This extends from our central Coventry location to our Scarborough, Dagenham and central London sites as well as international presence.
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Reporting to the Sustainability Manager, the Energy Manager will be responsible for setting the strategic direction for improving energy efficiency. You will lead initiatives and energy management projects and monitor the impact of these in reducing energy costs, consumption and carbon emissions across the University's estate. You will provide specialist expertise and direction for carbon and energy management in line with the University's strategic plan. This will encompass responsibility for identifying efficiency improvements, providing expertise in energy management for major capital projects, developing and monitoring progress against targets and raising the profile of carbon and energy reduction within the organisation.
The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience in energy management across a comparable diverse and complex estate in addition to a degree in a related energy/engineering discipline. You will possess strong communication skills with the ability to succeed in highly collaborative and collegiate environments that rely on extensive stakeholder engagement. The role will suit professionals with a proven track record in delivering a strategic approach to energy management across a similar multi-site portfolio.