Energy Project Technician

remote type
time type
Full time
Due to increased demand, an extremely exciting opportunity has arisen to work as the Energy Management – Energy Project Technician.

This is a permanent full-time role based at Entrust HQ in Stafford. You will be supporting approximately 100 schools across Staffordshire with their heating control operations.

This role offers a variety of work, diagnosing problems on-site and crucially, driving energy efficiency across our Schools network.

Job title:

Energy Project Technician

Job Description:

What you’ll be doing:

  • Providing a high quality and comprehensive BMS service, including the day-to-day operation and continued support and development of our clients Building Energy Management Systems.
  • Diagnosing heating problems using the BEMS, and rectification of any faults.
  • Evaluating energy saving initiatives and supporting the development of strategies to reduce the client’s energy consumption.
  • Investigating high energy consumption and identifying areas of excessive wastage.
  • Promoting the Energy Management Team and its services throughout the current portfolio of clients and when required, with other organisations.
  • To assist the rest of the team in promoting and developing the highest quality of energy management standards with particular emphasis on value-for-money and cost-in-use, whilst assisting in ensuring compliance with client requirements, current legislation and Codes of Practice.
  • To assist the Energy Team Leader and colleagues in encouraging and participating in the development of improved working methods and developing close and effective working relationships with other departments to maximise the benefits of in-house professional services and the integrated use of computer technology in the energy management process.

Your experience and skills will include.

  • Hold a valid UK driving license
  • HNC/HND in Electrical engineering or equivalent/similar.
  • Experience of Trend and preferably some knowledge of other BEMS manufacturers.
  • Working knowledge of System Link software.
  • Ability to work on own initiative or within a team to tight timescales.
  • Ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing.
  • Experience of working in or directly with schools.

About Entrust

Entrust is a joint venture company between Capita and Staffordshire County Council and has supported educational establishments across England to improve outcomes since 2013.

‘Excellence in education’ is the heart of our business. Our passion is inspiring futures and improving outcomes for children, young people and adults.

We work in partnership with schools, academy trusts and Local Authorities to provide specialist expertise, ensuring every child and young person;

  • receives a good education;
  • is in a safe and healthy environment;
  • and is given expert guidance to realise their full potential.

We also work with clients across a range of other sectors including central government, health, and the private sector.

Our achievements are underpinned by our vision ‘to inspire futures’ by being Open, Ingenious, Collaborative and Effective. By building on our reputation for excellence and delivering what we promise, we want to help make every school in England a good school, ensuring every child and young person gets the education they deserve.

What’s in it for you?

  • A generous basic salary within range of £28,000 to £35,000
  • 23 days holiday, increasing to 27 with length of service
  • Company pension scheme and access to voluntary benefit options including child care vouchers and many more designed to suit your own personal lifestyle. 
  • Working with customers across a range of sectors, it’s essential that we employ a workforce with a broad range of skills and expertise to help us become more efficient, more effective and more impactful.
  • We train our managers to engage and grow the performance of their teams and alongside their support, we also ensure considerable opportunities for training and development are available to our employees. We understand the value of our people and are eager to do everything we can to support them in becoming the capable, dynamic workforce that continues to drive us forwards..

What we hope you’ll do next:

Choose ‘Apply now’ to fill out our short application, so that we can find out more about you.

We’re an equal opportunity and Disability Confident employer, which means we recruit and develop people based on their merit and passion. We’re committed to providing an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment process and working environment for everyone. If you need the job description or application form in an alternative format (such as large print or audio), or if you’d like to discuss other changes or support you might need going forward, please email Iqbal at [email protected] or call 07784 237318 and we’ll get back to you. For more information about equal opportunities and process adjustments, please visit the Capita Careers website. 




United Kingdom

Time Type:

Full time

Contract Type:

 Advanced Apprenticeship
 Published on 17-05-2024
 Deadline NA