Junior energy manager apprenticeship

Junior energy manager apprenticeship

Through the junior energy manager apprenticeship, you’ll help your company to reduce the cost of energy consumption, while ensuring the business meets its targets for sustainability and corporate social responsibility.

There is going to be a big demand for the skills of energy managers over the next few years, as businesses see the cost of energy rise and need to manage their energy consumption. Employing in-house skills in energy management will lead to long-term savings for companies across all industries, including hospitality, leisure, retail, banking, manufacturing, construction and property.

Junior energy managers perform an essential role in supporting their company or organisation to reduce the cost of energy consumption, at the same time ensuring the business meets its targets for wider sustainability commitments such as carbon and water management and corporate social responsibility. Energy managers need to be technically aware, numerate, have good communication skills and be keen to continually improve their knowledge of energy management issues.

As a junior energy manager apprentice, you will focus on energy assessment and measurement of energy consumption within your organisation. You will learn about energy management strategy as well as regulatory and legal compliance, and you will gain the skills needed to report and communicate on your organisation’s energy performance and the progress of improvements.

Energy management is a specialist profession and at a senior level energy managers play a key role in influencing senior management and setting the energy policy for an organisation.

On successful completion of this apprenticeship, you will be eligible for membership of the Energy Managers Association (EMA) as a Recognised Energy Manager. You will also be eligible for Technician Member status of the Energy Institute (TMEI).

Level:

Level 3 (Advanced)

Starting salary:

£20,000–£27,000

Job role:

Junior energy manager

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