Today’s Scottish energy jobs: Energy Action Scotland

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Energy Action Scotland (EAS) is the Scottish charity campaigning for an end to fuel poverty.  Two full time vacancies based in Glasgow have arisen:

Research, Information and Project Officer: Starting Salary £21,400

Responsible for producing analysis, reports and briefings, for conducting research, assisting with consultation responses, providing an information service and updating the EAS website.

Extensive knowledge of policy structures and of fuel poverty and energy policy agendas in Scotland, the UK and the EU is essential, as is the ability to understand and synthesize complex information and to articulate this in a straightforward way.


Training and Project Officer: Starting Salary £21,400

Responsible for delivering a range of training focused on domestic energy, renewable energy, energy efficiency and affordable warmth.  The post-holder will also provide support for the delivery of a range of affordable warmth-related projects.

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

EAS is a registered charity no. SCO 09280.  EAS aims to be an equal opportunities employer.

Details at:

Closing date: Friday 2 May 2014.

Energy Action Scotland, Suite 4a, Ingram House, 227 Ingram Street, GlasgowG1 1DA.  Tel: 0141 226 3064.  Email:


Wind Farm Manager: Natural Power

Closing Date: 11 May 2014

Due to our continued success in the industry, we are looking to recruit a Wind Farm Manager for a number of Wind Farms in Dumfries & Galloway, and Cumbria. Your primary role will be to perform technical, administrative and safety management duties. The position will be primarily based from home with regular travel to the wind farm(s), however you will be called upon to support other operations in the UK, and should be prepared to spend time working on other sites in other regions should the need arise. You will ideally be located in the Dumfries area. Y ou will be required to be part of an on call rota to provide 24‐hour technical assistance to these wind farm sites.

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Scottish Renewable Energy Consultant (South East Asia) Sgurr Energy

Closing Date: 30 May 2014

SgurrEnergy is an international engineering consultancy. We are one of the leading technical advisory organisations specialising in renewable energy power generation, including wind, solar, hydro, marine and bio energy technologies. Our success to date is based on in-depth engineering knowledge and experience, applied in a practical manner to provide the best possible solutions and advice to our clients. Owing to continued growth and high demand for its services, the company is now seeking to recruit a suitable candidate to join the advisory services group in our expanding group based in Glasgow, specifically to support our clients in South East Asia. Must be able to speak Japanese.

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