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Energy Project Support Coordinator

Energy Project Support Coordinator
Zero Carbon Harrogate
Description of the role:

Zero Carbon Harrogate (ZCH) is a voluntary organisation working to effect change across the district so that we can rapidly become a leading low carbon economy.

We are now seeking an Energy Project Support Coordinator to help deliver our vision for the future of energy in the Harrogate District.

Our newly formed Energy Group has ambitious plans to help the Harrogate District ‘Power Down’ the amount of energy used by households, businesses and public organisations, as well as to ‘Power Up’ the amount of renewable energy used in the District.

This role will form part of the Energy Working Group, supported and directed by the group lead, together with other group members and the wider ZCH community.

The primary responsibility will be to Identify, develop and take forward energy related projects which benefit the reduction of carbon emissions in the Harrogate District, across both business and private residential sectors.

Skills and qualities needed for the role:

Whilst no formal qualifications are required, having an interest in the energy field together with an enthusiastic and motivated outlook and a passion for the environment, would be an advantage.

The individual should also have the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.

Practical information:

This is an unpaid, home based role, requiring an estimated time commitment of around ten hours per month.


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Additional Information
DBS check needed: No
Driving licence needed: No
Car owner: No
Open to: Over 18s
Is this role wheelchair accessible?: Yes
Address
North Yorkshire
Last updated: 27.05.2021
Organisation Information

ZCH is bringing together individuals, community groups, local businesses and our politicians to work collaboratively to transform our district and become one of the first low carbon economies in the UK. We are developing and supporting low carbon projects in the district and celebrating local success stories, which showcase how businesses and individuals can significantly reduce their carbon emissions. We currently have groups focusing on food and food waste, buildings and energy, transport and carbon capture (typically through forestry management and tree planting).