Vacancies

Business Support Officer (based in Cardiff)

£18,431-£23,111 pro rata, 22.5 hours per week
11.5% non-contributory pension scheme; death-in-service benefit to state retirement age; enhanced sick pay

The role of Business Support Officer will be based within NEA Cymru which is the operating centre for all of NEA’s activities in Wales. The successful applicant will provide an effective and professional administrative service to the Wales team. With good organisational and communication skills you will have experience across a range of administrative tasks in a busy office environment and be adept at juggling priorities. Occasional out of office hours work will be required.

For further information about the role, the benefits of working for NEA and how to apply please visit our website at www.nea.org.uk.  For an informal discussion about the position, contact Carole Morgan-Jones, Director, NEA Cymru on 029 20 22 9322.

Closing date is Thursday 31 August at 4pm with interviews in Cardiff on Monday 18 September.   

NEA aims to be an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all people who have the necessary skills and experience for the post.

Applications should be submitted on an NEA application form. Use this form to detail why you are interested in the post, your qualifications, experience and any other relevant information.   CVs are not accepted.  No agency enquiries please.


Project Development Co-ordinator (2 Year Fixed Term)

£26,470-£30,756 (local authority scale SO1-S02)
11.5% non-contributory pension scheme; death-in-service benefit to state retirement age; enhanced sick pay
25 days holiday plus 3 additional days in the New Year/Christmas period and all public holidays

The post holder will be responsible for the delivery of a range of projects which will demonstrate good practice in delivery of affordable warmth for low income and vulnerable householders. This will require an understanding of the development of partnership working with local authorities, housing providers, energy sector partners and community sector or health sector agencies. The post holder will be responsible for overseeing the delivery of project outputs and outcomes, for the preparation of reports to funders including collation of evidence of outcomes achieved. Post holders will need good organisational skills, excellent written and communication skills as well as an understanding of energy efficiency and the needs of low income, vulnerable or disadvantaged householders.  The post holders will also be involved in assisting with the identification of opportunities for new project activity.

The post holder will also be responsible for delivering energy advice directly to householders as part of some of the projects for which they will take responsibility. An understanding of the needs of vulnerable householders and an ability to deliver effective advice to them is essential.

Projects during 2017/18 will be primarily in the North East and the Humber. However there is an expectation that delivery of project activity will require periodic travel throughout England. This post will report to a Project Development Manager based in Newcastle.

The post is based in NEA’s head office in Newcastle.

Closing date is Monday 21 August with interviews on Wednesday 30 August.

Applications should be submitted on an NEA application form. Use this form to detail why you are interested in the post, your qualifications, experience and any other relevant information.   CVs are not accepted.  No media or agency enquiries please.


Trainer and Project Co-ordinator, Wales (Based in Cardiff)

£23,866-£28,211 (local authority scale 6 to SO1)
11.5% non-contributory pension scheme; death-in-service benefit to state retirement age; enhanced sick pay
25 days holiday plus 3 additional days in the New Year/Christmas period and all public holidays

NEA is seeking a Trainer and Project Co-ordinator.  The successful applicant will work closely with the Wales Development Manager to deliver fuel poverty, fuel debt, and energy efficiency related training, as well as related projects and events for stakeholders working with low income and vulnerable households in Wales. The post-holder will be line managed by the Wales Development Manager.

Closing date is 4pm on Thursday 17 August with interviews on Monday 4 September.

Applications should be submitted on an NEA application form. Use this form to detail why you are interested in the post, your qualifications, experience and any other relevant information.   CVs are not accepted.  No media or agency enquiries please.


Policy and Campaigns Officer, Wales (Based in Cardiff)

£23,866-£28,211 (local authority scale 6 to SO1)
11.5% non-contributory pension scheme; death-in-service benefit to state retirement age; enhanced sick pay
25 days holiday plus 3 additional days in the New Year/Christmas period and all public holidays

NEA is seeking a Policy and Campaigns Officer.  The successful applicant will work closely with the Wales Director and Wales Development Manager to deliver assigned policy and campaign work, develop relevant fuel poverty publications and resources, and awareness raising events for stakeholders.  The post-holder will be line managed by the Wales Development Manager.

Closing date is 4pm on Thursday 17 August with interviews on Friday 8 September.

Applications should be submitted on an NEA application form. Use this form to detail why you are interested in the post, your qualifications, experience and any other relevant information.   CVs are not accepted.  No media or agency enquiries please.

Published on 10-08-2017
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