Energy Saving Trust
Energy Saving Trust

Originally formed in 1992 by Government as an independent, impartial and not for profit company Energy Saving Trust provides advice to communities, households and organisations on how they can reduce carbon emissions and save money by using less energy. Our key objective is to be the leading voice in encouraging the sustainable use of energy and reduction of carbon emissions.


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Challenge Fund Service Advisor

  • Full time
  • £23,700
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 31st January 2020

We have an opportunity for you to join the Transport team in Edinburgh to support the successful delivery of the day-to-day operations and maintenance of the Challenge Fund on behalf of Transport Scotland.

The role will support project delivery with a variety of responsibilities, including: financial recording, compliance followed for internal processes/relevant EU fund legislation, regular reporting and analysis of key metrics, manage and monitor the performance of contractors and providing accurate advice and collateral to applicants and key stakeholders.

Your ability to plan and prioritise work is essential in this busy environment and effective communication skills will be key to this role. Your experience in grant fund design and delivery and ability to manipulate and analyse data (primarily using Excel) will be critical for your success. Your excellent attention to detail and financial management skills will underpin successful delivery of the programme objectives.

Additionally, awareness of project management methodologies will be fundamental to your effective performance.

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Data Protection & Quality Officer

  • Full time
  • £25,500
  • Edinburgh, Cardiff or Belfast
  • Closing 3rd February 2020

The Energy Saving Trust (EST) has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and proactive Data Protection and Quality Officer to join their Compliance and Accreditation team.

EST is a leading and trusted organisation, helping people save energy every day. We deliver first class programmes for governments and provide consultancy to UK businesses and international companies.

The successful applicant should take a pragmatic approach to problem solving, be able to constructively challenge the business and support best practice in data governance. They will have practical experience of working in a data protection role and be keen to take the next steps in your career progression.

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Marketing Communications Assistant

  • Full time
  • £18,000 – £20,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 20th February 2020

Are you an ambitious, creative and organised marketer? Do you have a passion for digital content? Are you ready to give your career a boost by joining a fantastic organisation at an exciting time?

We are looking for a highly organised person with an interest in marketing and communications including digital communications, to support a diverse range of programmes.

You will report to the Marketing Communication Manager (Home Energy Scotland) and support all marketing communication managers and executives in the Scotland team.

You will contribute to the successful delivery of all marketing communications campaigns. You will plan, write and implement e-mail, e-newsletters and social media activity to achieve KPIs and objectives. You will support events, monitoring, evaluation and reporting, and provide administrative support where needed.

You will ideally have some marketing experience, work well under pressure, have good administrative skills, and excellent copywriting and proof-reading skills. Experience of using a website CMS is also desirable.

Our team is friendly and down to earth, and we find working at the Energy Saving Trust rewarding - knowing we're making a real impact on the fight against climate change. Join our team and you can make a real difference!

This is a full-time, fixed-term position until February 2021. For more details and to apply please visit our website.

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Programme Manager

  • Full time
  • up to £33,700
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 20th March 2020

We have an exciting opportunity for you to join the Transport team in Edinburgh to oversee, coordinate and manage a number of consumer-facing programmes.

Along with management of the programmes, you will coordinate activities of at least two direct line reports and communicate progress of KPIs towards programme outputs to internal and external stakeholders including Transport Scotland. You will need to have excellent prioritisation and people skills, with an eye for detail and a positive can-do attitude.

Your ability to think and plan strategically, and effectively manage competing priorities to ensure successful outcomes is essential. Having knowledge of, or experience working within, the sustainable transport sector, or with behavior change strategies, is important. Additionally, experience working with the government or other government agencies, preparing suitable reports would be of benefit.

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Team Assistant, Scottish Transport

  • Full time
  • £18,135
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 20th March 2020

We are looking for a highly efficient and proactive Team Assistant to join our Transport team in Edinburgh.

Reporting to the Programme Manager, you will be responsible for providing the day-to-day administrative support for the ChargePlace Scotland programme and the wider transport work-plan delivered by Energy Saving Trust on behalf of Transport Scotland.

Your duties will include ensuring that all administrative tasks are completed to allow design and delivery of work to be undertaken in accordance with agreed standards, plus providing support with supplier engagement and customer support, engagement and identification. You will also process grant funding applications, support the wider transport team across a range of programmes, plus keep records, accounts and information up to date and accurate.

You must have experience of performing administrative tasks to assist in stakeholder engagement and communication, and of managing spreadsheets and documents containing large amounts of information. An excellent communicator, both verbal and written, you will have solid IT skills and an understanding of the preparation and maintenance of monitoring, assessment and reporting procedures.

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Assistant Programme Manager

  • Full time
  • up to £23,700
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 23rd March 2020

We have a fantastic opportunity to join the Transport team in Edinburgh working on low-carbon transport programmes mostly focused on consumer advice and incentives. You will be a key player, working with EST colleagues in the transport team, marketing team and service delivery team along with external stakeholders to support the successful delivery of the Transport programme.

Reporting to the Programme Manager, you will assist with all elements of programme management. This will include engaging with a variety of external stakeholders, budget management, monitoring of progress against project plans and preparing reports for programme funders.

Your excellent communication skills and attention to detail will underpin the successful delivery of the programme objectives. Additionally, awareness of project management methodologies along with an interest in sustainable transport and / or wider sustainability sector is also important.

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Team Assistant

  • Full time
  • £18,135
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 26th April 2020

We are looking for a pro-active and efficient individual with an eye for detail to join our growing Transport team in Edinburgh as Team Assistant.

Reporting to the Programme Manager, you will be responsible for providing day-to-day administrative support for the technical and business transport advice programme. This will be a varied role which will include duties such as managing shared inboxes and distributing information to the wider team, to using your excellent communication skills to collect data from organisations and individuals on the phone and via email.

We are looking for someone who has experience of using excel to manage large data sets confidently, and who is a good team player with a can-do attitude - willing to help out as necessary across programmes in a large team. An interest in environmental issues associated with transport or the wider environmental sector would be of benefit.

You must have experience of performing administrative tasks and be an excellent communicator, both verbal and written.

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Technical Analyst

  • Full time
  • up to £26,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 8th April 2020

We have an exciting opportunity for several Technical Analysts to join the Transport Team in our Edinburgh Office. We are looking for individuals who have a keen eye for detail, are confident working on large data sets in Excel, and have experience producing technical reports. These individuals will support the delivery of decarbonation strategies and technical reports for local authorities, public sector organisations and other clients across Scotland.

You must have experience of the low-carbon transport sector, ideally working closely with large fleets and have a knowledge of charging infrastructure requirements. You must also have the excellent communication and interpersonal skills required to effectively manage client relationships.

Working closely with other Technical Analysts and the wider transport team, our successful candidates will work with clients to collect, analyse and manipulate data to produce high quality reports. These reports will be suitable for distribution both internally and externally and will provide bespoke strategies to help clients achieve the fleet decarbonisation targets set by the Scottish Government.

You will be an analytical and motivated individual, with a strong knowledge of ULEVs and charging infrastructure, and of the environmental impact of transport. A graduate in a relevant discipline with experience in the sector, you will also be an outstanding communicator, both verbal and written, with excellent report writing, work prioritisation and interpersonal skills. Confidence in Excel and other IT programmes is essential, and experience working with GIS programmes is of benefit.

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Challenge Fund Service Administrator

  • Full time
  • £18,135
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 11th May 2020

We have an opportunity for you to join the Transport team in Edinburgh as Challenge Fund Service Administrator and support the successful delivery of the day-to-day operations and maintenance of the Challenge Fund on behalf of Transport Scotland.

The role will provide administrative support for project delivery with a variety of responsibilities, including financial recording, compliance followed for internal processes/relevant EU fund legislation, regularly preparing reporting, monitor the performance of project delivery.

Your ability to plan and prioritise work is essential in this busy environment, along with demonstrated effective communication skills enabling you to deliver a high standard of customer service. Overall business administration skills and a good knowledge of Microsoft software, particularly Excel, will underpin the successful delivery of this role.

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