Energy Consultant

Job Title: Energy Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: Negotiable
REF: BBBH25103
Contact Name: Kris Kobi
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Energy Consultant and Energy Consultant

Allen and York are proud to recruit Energy Consultants for a successful, well-renowned company in London. There is a large space and a potential to grow within this stable, expanding firm.

There are two levels of the role we are taking into consideration: Senior and Consultant level.

For the more senior level, you would demonstrate:

  • A strong technical understanding of energy reduction, building energy audits, construction technology, building services and renewable energy technologies
  • An ability to communicate and engage clients at all levels on technical issues and to translate complex concepts into understandable language
  • Experience in energy and sustainability in either new or existing buildings - particularly in delivering a substantial number of energy audits and energy management projects
  • Passionate about saving energy, carbon and wider sustainability issues
  • Proven project management experience and excellent communication skills
  • Relevant degree and/or masters - mechanical, electrical, energy management etc.
  • Current member or seeking membership of a professional body - CIBSE / IMECHE / Energy Institute or other appropriate
  • Attention to detail and accuracy, ideally in written, visual and numeric work and proven project management skills
  • Personable character with an ability to foster good working relationships and good experience of leading individuals or small teams
  • Awareness of EPCs, DECs, BREEAM and low energy design principles is highly desirable
  • Experience of working with commercial property and an understanding of the landlord and tenant relationship is desirable

For the consultant level, 2 years of experience within consultancy environment, especially around FM sector would be sufficient. Design & Built background would also be acceptable, but it would have to be balanced with Operations aspect intricacies.