About the job
Pay and Conditions of Employment
Reports to: Director of RenewableNI
Location: Hybrid / Belfast
Full time: 35 hours per week
Salary: £30,000 – 35,000 per annum
Duration: Permanent (following successful completion of a 6 month
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Deliver on the key strategic objectives of RNI through interactions with members and with energy industry stakeholders;
• Provide support to the RNI team to support the delivery of renewable energy, including through the co-ordination of committee meetings and working groups;
• Stay up to date on policy developments across these islands, and help the team to deliver key objectives in the areas of planning, offshore wind and green hydrogen;
• Prepare written and verbal reports for internal and external audiences on relevant policy matters and assist in drafting consultation responses and position papers;
• Create, maintain, and extend over time a strong network of contacts across the sector;
• Respond to media enquiries, researching issues, and drafting media statements;
• Provide admin support to the Director.
This list of duties is not exhaustive and may be added to from time to time.
How to apply
To apply for this position, please send your CV and a cover letter to steven.agnew@RenewableNI.com putting “Policy Analyst” in the subject line.
Deadline for receipt of applications is 13 January 2023.
As an equal opportunities employer, we encourage applicants from all backgrounds to join our growing organisation and look to make our recruitment process as accessible as possible. Please let us know in your cover letter if we can support your application in any way.
Due to the high volume of applications expected, we may not be able to respond to every individual – if you do not hear back within two weeks of the closing date, please accept that your application is not being progressed on this occasion.
It is anticipated that interviews will be held the week beginning 30th January with commencement of the post starting as soon as possible thereafter.
RenewableUK currently has a vacancy for Programme Manager / Head of Business Improvement (Maternity cover)
About the job
Programme Manager / Head of Business Improvement
12 Months Maternity Cover – Up to £50,000 Hybrid working plus competitive benefits.
RenewableUK is the UK’s leading renewable energy trade association, specialising in onshore wind, offshore wind, wave & tidal energy and investing in green hydrogen technologies. We have an established, large corporate membership ranging from small independent companies, to large international corporations and manufacturers. Our role is to bring members together to deliver a clean electricity future which is better for the industry, the supply chain, consumers, and the environment.
We are a team of 45 who share a passion to contribute to a cleaner, greener, better future and would like to welcome an experienced Programme Manager who can also be a part of helping our industry’s efforts to achieve net zero carbon use. This role will lead on a number of important organisation wide projects to improve business processes and internal systems to enable RenewableUK to deliver a first class service to our members whilst also supporting our strategic plans. Our Programme Manager works closely with the Senior Leadership team and has a central and visible role, facilitating the delivery of key projects through embedded tracking and reporting of progress to our Board and communicating across all teams and stakeholders as new procedures are implemented. We are seeking a person who is of graduate calibre and highly experienced in executing multiple cross-company business process projects, including new systems, on time and on budget.
The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and relationship management skills and is likely to have a recognised project management qualification. If this sounds like you and you would like the opportunity to make a real difference… please see the full job description and get in touch.
We encourage applicants from all backgrounds to join our growing organisation and look to make our recruitment process as accessible as possible. Please let us know in your cover letter if we can support your application in any way.