Energy and Carbon Data Analyst
Employment type: Permanent, full-time
Hours: 9am to 5:30pm, Monday to Friday
Location: Stafford (Hybrid working available)
Salary: £25,000-£30,000 p.a. + performance related bonus
Due to continued growth, my client is currently recruiting for an Energy and Carbon Data Analyst to join their business on a permanent basis.
My client is an energy consultancy business, with an excellent portfolio of clients. They deliver energy, cost and carbon savings.
- Supporting in the collation and analysis of large UK energy and environmental data sets for clients.
- Analyse, benchmark and report on energy, carbon, and environmental performance data.
- Support in the delivery of regulatory and voluntary energy and environmental reporting.
- Provide support for compliance reports for clients including SECR, ESOS, GHG annual reporting.
- Assist in the preparation of research projects to support new business opportunities and presentations for external client meetings.
- Assist in presenting data and progress reporting to clients.
- Providing administrative support for the production of reports and PowerPoint presentations.
- Providing general clerical and administrative support for the delivery team.
Experience/ Skills Required
- Strong data analysis skills.
- Proficient with MS Excel (good working knowledge of pivot tables, VLOOKUPS).
- Highly numerate.
- Experience in the energy sector is highly desirable.
- Knowledge of SECR, ESOS, GHG reporting.
- Must be able to commute to my client’s office in Stafford up to three days per week.
This is a great opportunity to join a growing business, in which there will be scope for personal, professional development. You will receive a competitive salary, with the opportunity to increase your earnings through a performance related bonus. If you meet the above criteria, please apply today to be considered for the role.
Key words: Energy Analyst, Carbon Analyst, Data Analyst, SECR, ESOS, GHG, Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting, Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme, Greenhouse Gas