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Carlisle City Council
Type:
Job Vacancy
Location:
Carlisle
Sustainable Warmth Clerk:
Homelife Home Improvement Agency Team, Carlisle City Council have successfully been awarded funding to administer the Sustainable Warmth Grant Scheme across Cumbria.
Salary:
£20,043 pa
Expiry Date:
06/07/2022
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Sustainable Warmth Clerk – Carlisle City Council

The Sustainable Warmth Cumbria scheme will ensure that eligible Cumbrian residents, are assisted to access domestic retrofit solutions to improve energy efficiency, make homes warmer and lower their carbon use. These residents might include those on low incomes, are fuel poor, have disabilities, are in poor health or are vulnerable in other ways and/or those who live in properties that have poor energy performance ratings or are hard to heat.

 

As a successful Clerk, you will answer general enquiries relating to aspects of the Sustainable Warmth Cumbria Project. You will be happy to act as the first point of contact for the Sustainable Warmth scheme and other energy efficiency initiatives for house-holders, and you will record all relevant details of messages, enquiries and complaints to the HIA accurately in accordance with HIA procedures including updating records on databases, spreadsheets and other office software as required.

 

You will be educated to GCSE grade C or above in Maths and English, have good IT skills and have gained a NVQ L3 in Business Administration (or have equivalent experience).

 

In return, we offer an excellent benefits package with flexible working, a generous pension scheme and fabulous development opportunities.

 

For further details including the full job description, person specification and an application form please see below.

 

You will be allocated a district within Cumbria and there are opportunities to work in various local authority locations or remotely.

 

For an informal discussion please contact Emma-Kate Bishop on 07779416151.

 

If you would like to apply for this post please return your completed application no later than 9 am on Wednesday 6 July 2022 to email [email protected]  quoting the vacancy ref V2044.

 

It is anticipated that interviews will take place week commencing w/c Monday 18 July 2022.

Carlisle City Council
Type:
Job Vacancy
Location:
Carlisle
Sustainable Warmth Project Manager:
Homelife Home Improvement Agency Team, Carlisle City Council have successfully been awarded funding to administer the Sustainable Warmth Grant Scheme across Cumbria.
Salary:
£30,984 to £32,798 pa
Expiry Date:
06/07/2022
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Sustainable Warmth Project Manager – Carlisle City Council

Homelife Home Improvement Agency, Carlisle City Council have successfully been awarded funding to administer the Sustainable Warmth Grant Scheme across Cumbria.

 

Sustainable Warmth Cumbria scheme will ensure that eligible Cumbrian residents, are assisted to access domestic retrofit solutions to improve energy efficiency make homes warmer and lower their carbon use. These residents might include those on low incomes, are fuel poor, have disabilities, are in poor health or are vulnerable in other ways and/or those who live in properties that have poor energy performance ratings or are hard to heat.

 

As the successful candidate, you will have experience of managing complex projects, managing budget spends and ensuring that milestones are met using a variety of project management tools and techniques.

 

You will have previously managed a team (including remote workers) and be committed to developing your staff using a range of available training packages to continuously grow their knowledge.

 

You will be confident in providing a range of management information and reporting to stakeholders (including the external bodies, local authorities, suppliers, procurement partners and homeowners) to ensure that all are kept informed of project progress.

 

You will have awareness of PAS2035 guidance with regard to retrofitting domestic buildings with energy efficiency measures. Further training can be given on PAS2035 standards if required.

 

Knowledge of CIH level 4 or above or building, construction, repair management or surveying qualification and/or experience of managing energy efficiency related projects would be an advantage.

 

You will be allocated a district within Cumbria and there are opportunities to work in various local authority locations or remotely.

 

In return, we offer an excellent benefits package with flexible working, a generous pension scheme and fabulous development opportunities.

 

For further details including the full job description, person specification and an application form please see below.

 

If you would like to apply for this post please return your completed application no later than 9 am on Wednesday 6 July 2022 to email [email protected]  quoting the vacancy ref V2041.

 

It is anticipated that interviews will take place week commencing w/c Monday 18 July 2022.

Carlisle City Council
Type:
Job Vacancy
Location:
Carlisle
Sustainable Warmth Case Officer:
Homelife Home Improvement Agency Team, Carlisle City Council have successfully been awarded funding to administer the Sustainable Warmth Grant Scheme across Cumbria.
Salary:
£22,571 to £23,953 pa
Expiry Date:
06/07/2022
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Sustainable Warmth Case Officer – Carlisle City Council

Sustainable Warmth Cumbria scheme will ensure that eligible Cumbrian residents, are assisted to access domestic retrofit solutions to improve energy efficiency make homes warmer and lower their carbon use. These residents might include those on low incomes, are fuel poor, have disabilities, are in poor health or are vulnerable in other ways and/or those who live in properties that have poor energy performance ratings or are hard to heat.

 

As a successful Case Officer, you will use a range of tools to manage a caseload of customers to offer advice and assistance on Energy Efficiency schemes across Cumbria to improve the energy efficiency of homes and to help combat fuel poverty.

 

You will act as the point of contact for Sustainable Warmth to establish customer needs and advise on the range of services that Home Improvement Agency and other agencies can provide about energy efficiency and fuel poverty. To give advice by telephone, video and face to face advice as appropriate. Visit customers in their own homes when required, carrying out holistic home surveys to identify energy efficiency measures required, organising measures and works to improve homes and lower fuel bills.

 

You will be educated to GCSE grade C or above in Maths and English, have great IT and communication skills and be willing to gain NEA (National Energy Advisory qualification) while you work.

 

In return, we offer an excellent benefits package with flexible working, a generous pension scheme and fabulous development opportunities.

 

You will be allocated a district within Cumbria and there are opportunities to work in various local authority locations or remotely.

 

For an informal discussion please contact Jo Davis on 07514 645 467 or Emma-Kate Bishop on 07779416151.

 

For further details including the full job description, person specification and an application form please see below.

 

If you would like to apply for this post please return your completed application no later than 9 am on Wednesday 6 July 2022 to email [email protected]  quoting the vacancy ref V2043.

 

It is anticipated that interviews will take place week commencing w/c Monday 18 July 2022.

Carlisle City Council
Type:
Job Vacancy
Location:
Carlisle
Sustainable Warmth Technical Officer:
Homelife Home Improvement Agency Team, Carlisle City Council have successfully been awarded funding to administer the Sustainable Warmth Grant Scheme across Cumbria.
Salary:
£25,927 to £27,514 pa
Expiry Date:
06/07/2022
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Sustainable Warmth Technical Officer – Carlisle City Council

Sustainable Warmth Cumbria scheme will ensure that eligible Cumbrian residents, are assisted to access domestic retrofit solutions to improve energy efficiency make homes warmer and lower their carbon use. These residents might include those on low incomes, are fuel poor, have disabilities, are in poor health or are vulnerable in other ways and/or those who live in properties that have poor energy performance ratings or are hard to heat.

 

As a successful post holder, you will be committed to monitoring the standards of domestic retrofit projects and measures and supporting the Project Manager and HIA Team leader to deliver the Sustainable Warmth and other energy efficiency measures, such as ECO or local authority energy efficiency grants where available.

You will ensure that measures are carried out to the Publicly Available Specification (PAS2035) and any subsequent energy efficiency retrofit standards which details the best practice guidance for domestic retrofit projects.

 

You will quickly develop good working relationships and work collaboratively with all relevant colleagues, partners and other stakeholders including building control, conservation, and planning officers in different local authority areas – ensuring that services are delivered efficiently, compliantly and in line with policy or strategy requirements.

 

You will be have a supporting Level 4 qualification in an appropriate field (such as Engineering, Environmental Health, Environmental Sciences, Housing, Surveying, Building or Construction). If you are not already trained in PAS2035 methodology, you will be supported in gaining relevant qualifications on the job.

 

In return, we offer an excellent benefits package with flexible working, a generous pension scheme and fabulous development opportunities. Essential car user allowance is payable with this post.

 

You will be allocated a district within Cumbria and there are opportunities to work in various local authority locations or remotely.

 

For an informal discussion please contact Emma-Kate Bishop on 07779416151.

 

For further details including the full job description, person specification and an application form please see below.

 

If you would like to apply for this post please return your completed application no later than 9 am on Wednesday 6 July 2022 to email [email protected]  quoting the vacancy ref V2042.

 

It is anticipated that interviews will take place week commencing w/c Monday 18 July 2022.

 

We Care Home Improvements (385x330)
Type:
Job Vacancy
Location:
BANES and West of England
Project Manager (Technical / Surveyor) - WE Care Home Improvements :
Looking to appoint a Project Manager with Surveying or Architectural backgrounds and HNC/HND qualifications in Building and Construction, or equivalent.
£37,000 pa:
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Project Manager (Technical / Surveyor) – WE Care Home Improvements

We are commissioned by Bristol City Council and BANES Local Authority to deliver a Home Improvement Agency service to older, disabled, vulnerable, self- funding and low-income people in Bristol and B&NES. To deliver upon the quality and volume requirements in this contract we are looking to appoint a Project Manager with Surveying or Architectural backgrounds and HNC/HND qualifications in Building and Construction, or equivalent.

We only work on individual, (primarily homeowners) domestic residential projects and the works we help facilitate rarely exceed £100k in value. We need someone who can survey a site, produce plans, specify works for third party contractors and who knows the planning system well enough to get applications unsupervised through planning permission stages and to achieve building regulations approval. Typical works include project management of adaptations ranging from wet rooms to extensions, and a broad range of repair works. for self-funding and grant/loan funded customers.

In the role you will consult with and support our older, vulnerable, and disabled customers regarding repairs, improvements and adaptations to their homes and prepare schedules of work/drawings/specifications as required, taking into account their individual resources, needs and wishes. Good judgement, a can-do approach, and an empathetic manner with vulnerable clients is as important as the surveying skills you will bring. There is scope for specialism within the team and we are interested to hear from applicants with a repairs or adaptions background.

You will receive support, coaching and training to help you succeed as a member of the WECHI team and you will coach and support others to help them enjoy their roles and make WECHI successful.

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