Are you an experienced, enthusiastic, and self-motivated individual looking for an opportunity to lead vital programmes of work which support people who might struggle to heat their home?
NEA, the national energy efficiency and fuel poverty charity, is currently recruiting for a Project Development Manager to assist the charity to deliver innovative projects to eradicate fuel poverty and promote energy efficiency to low-income and other vulnerable households.
This post is a fixed term, maternity cover post expected to be for up to 9-12 months. Secondment applications will be accepted – please note this within your application. The post holder will report into the Director of Operations – Skills, Standards and Delivery Mechanisms. The post may be based in any of NEA’s office locations across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The post will be responsible for managing staff delivering projects across the UK. (NB: Currently all NEA staff are working remotely while there are lockdowns in place across the country)
NEA operates a matrix management structure and while the Project Development Manager will have direct line management responsibility for nominated Project Development Co-ordinators, they will also have responsibility for the management of other staff working on those work programmes for which the Project Development Manager is given responsibility. The Project Development Manager will take responsibility for leading on and promoting NEA’s projects, for liaising with funders and for developing relationships with project delivery partners. They will also work with the Director of Operations to achieve agreed outputs and outcomes and to write reports evidencing these and disseminate the results to a wide audience.
The post provides an exciting and rewarding opportunity to help the charity build its profile amongst stakeholders across England and Wales, and to develop and work on a new and innovative projects that will bring social benefits and improvements in well-being for low income and vulnerable householders whilst also achieving environmental improvements.
The closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 23 November 2020.
Interviews will be held on Monday 30 November or Tuesday 1 December 2020 – this will be by video conference and details will be forwarded in advance.
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