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Energy Assistant, Asset Strategy and Compliance, St Neots (Fixed term)

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Ref: EA/FTC/ASCT/PRSU

£23,970 per annum

35 hours per week, Monday to Friday

Closing date 21 August 2018

Are you passionate about issues surrounding energy usage and sustainability? Do you pride yourself on your organisational and analytical skills? If so, you could be ideally equipped to take on the role of Energy Assistant for Hanover – one of England’s leading providers of housing for older people.

Join us and you'll be part of a national organisation committed to the delivery and innovation of high quality housing and services, which facilitate choice and independence for people in later life.

What you'll be doing

Reporting to the Energy and Sustainability Manager, you'll assist in improving the integrity of Hanover's energy data, providing considered remedial actions for energy wastage. In addition, you'll:

  • Administer and act upon all enquiries arising from Hanover's communal energy contract
  • Liaise with and monitor Hanover's communal energy broker against KPIs
  • Monitor energy metering and billing, ensuring this is accurate and acting promptly on overbilling
  • Provide energy cost and consumption profiling
Who we need

To succeed in the role of Energy Assistant you'll be aware of the key energy and sustainability issues that affect social housing. You'll be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills alongside the ability to identify trends, think logically and negotiate.

Key skills required
  • A dynamic and incisive approach to data analysis and reporting
  • A good level of numeracy and computer literacy
  • The ability to communicate effectively with all levels of staff, both internal and external
  • A  progressive, proactive, solution-driven attitude
  • A flexible, committed approach to work - including the willingness to travel to attend meetings

Previous experience in a similar role and an energy / sustainability related degree or equivalent is required.

Who we are

Hanover employs more than 900 people throughout England. We are an inclusive employer and our investment in you is recognised by our award for Investors in People.

At Hanover we believe in values. We are Honest, Connected, Positive, Courageous, Respectful and Inclusive. We believe our people should be proud of the work they do making a difference to society and our customers.

What we offer

We believe in supporting you, and have a range of lifestyle benefits to ensure a good work-life balance, and a positive sense of wellbeing. Our attractive packages include:

  • 25 days annual leave (excluding bank holidays) and 1.5 company allocated days (pro rata for part time staff)
  • Option to take up to 10 days unpaid leave per year (pro rata for part time staff)
  • Contributory pension scheme, with employer contributions and non-contributory life assurance
  • Family friendly policies, including enhanced maternity and paternity pay, childcare vouchers and flexible working patterns
  • O2 and Microsoft Office discounts for staff
  • A commitment to growing you through training, professional qualification support and individual development plans
 About the role
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  • Contract until 31 March 2019, with possible extension
  • Location: Nelson House, Alington Road, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 6RE
  • Employment is subject to a satisfactory Basic Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)

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