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Energy Action Scotland

Energy Action Scotland (EAS) is the Scottish charity campaigning for the eradication of fuel poverty.  It has a full time vacancy based in Glasgow.

Training and Project Officer

Starting Salary £22,042

Responsible for delivering training focused on domestic energy, renewable energy and affordable warmth. The post-holder will also contribute to a range of affordable warmth-related projects. 

Experience of delivering training to a wide-ranging client group and the ability to develop appropriate training and support materials is essential.  An understanding of fuel poverty/energy efficiency would be an advantage.

Details and application pack at: www.eas.org.uk

Closing date: Friday 6 February 2015.

Energy Action Scotland, Suite 4a, Ingram House, 227 Ingram Street, Glasgow G1 1DA.  Tel: 0141 226 3064.

EAS is an equal opportunities employer.

 

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8 January 2015

Legal Counsel – Vattenfall Windpower – Edinburgh

Overall purpose of the role As the demand for legal expertise in our Renewables business continues to grow, we are looking to recruit for our Legal Affairs Renewables team in the UK.  You will mainly be dedicated to our onshore Scottish projects assisting on the full remit of legal matters affecting projects including development, property, grid, supply chain and corporate governance. The remit is diverse and challenging and you will need to be commercially aware, pragmatic and able to work effectively under pressure. You will be an exceptional and talented individual with good communication and interpersonal skills and be able to work independently.

Qualification You will be a Scottish qualified lawyer, with solid commercial experience gained at a respected law firm or in-house and with over 5 years PQE.  Ideal candidates will have experience in onshore renewable energy matters.

Location Edinburgh or Hexham, but Edinburgh is preferred. This position will involve travelling to different UK/European locations.

For more information: www.vattenfal.com

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Communications Executive, Green Business, Perth

£18,000 pa

Closing date: 5 February 2015

Green Business operates the world’s leading Sustainable Tourism Certification Programme. Going forward and in order to maintain this position the company recognises that it needs to have a focussed and effective internal and external communications strategy. The strategy has to improve recruitment and retention rates of businesses to, and in, the programme and contribute to raising awareness with consumers.

For more information: www.green-tourism.com

 

 

 

 

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