Latest Jobs – Sustainability Consultant – Energy & Carbon – Brownlow Utilities

Brownlow Utilities Ltd is the European specialist in energy management and is at the forefront of promoting sustainability solutions to help our clients tackle climate change head on, improve operational efficiency, ensure compliance and positively contribute to the bottom line.

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Owing to the ever increasing demand for expertise in this field, our Sustainability division requires an Energy & Carbon Compliance Consultant to join the team. Whilst the role is based at our Haydock (St. Helens) UK office, regular travel within the UK will be required, with potential EU travel also required from time to time.


  • Carry out data analysis, preparation of reports and completion of application documents to support various mandatory and voluntary energy and carbon compliance schemes
  • Support the service delivery process for various schemes, including CCA, SECR, EED (ESOS), ISO 50001, CHPQA, EU-ETS, and any other European legislative/incentive schemes
  • Liaise with various parties including clients, trade bodies and regulators to resolve queries and changes in agreement eligibility
  • Research and interpret legislative updates and developments surrounding European energy and/or carbon legislation, including the Energy Efficiency Directive
  • Ensure that systems are used appropriately in the delivery of contracted work to clients and that client data is managed and protected according to corporate standards
  • Conduct desk and site-based audits to identify eligibility for schemes and collect evidence for scheme applications
  • Report preparation and presentation, followed by the implementation and on-going management of schemes
  • Identify opportunities and solutions through investigatory work
  • Carry out compliance management services including regulatory audit support
  • Make sure that goals are achieved as agreed in performance reviews
  • Ensure the operation and application of company policies are followed


  • Hold a relevant degree or relevant experience
  • Energy/Environmental Degree would be an advantage
  • Experience in utility supplies is desirable
  • Experience in legislative research would be an advantage
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong time management and organisational skills
  • Problem solving skills and willingness to take ownership of tasks and problems
  • Demonstrates initiative
  • Ability to adapt to change and reprioritise
  • Extensive experience of Excel, for data analysis, reporting and forecasting
  • Willingness to travel within the UK and EU
  • Experience of dealing with customers and commercial awareness would be a distinct advantage
  • Owing to the scope of this role, language skills would also be advantageous (French, German, Spanish or Italian)
  • You should be a problem solver, passionate, knowledgeable and possess a drive for quality

This opportunity offers a rewarding future within a rapidly expanding discipline. Salary and benefits will be appropriate with qualifications and experience.

If this sounds like the role for you or you would like more information, please contact [email protected].

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