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Head of Energy Management

£43,434 - £50,296

UK / East Anglia

Construction, House Building & Development / Estates & Facilities Management



Michael Hewlett
07972 579 938

Our higher education and public sector practice specialises in appointing to senior management posts across public services. We primarily represent higher education & research institutions but also partner with public venues, NHS, local/central government & charitable bodies. We


Job Description

REF: 16607
Posted: 27 January 2022
Closes: 12 March 2022

Head of Energy Management

£43,434 to £50,296 per annum plus a generous benefits package including relocation assistance

Founded in 1963, the University of East Anglia (UEA) is an internationally renowned University based on a campus that provides top quality academic, social and cultural facilities to over 16,872 students. A leading UK University, UEA is currently ranked 22nd in the UK by the Complete University Guide and features in the top 200 of World Universities (Times Higher Education World Rankings 2022). The University was recently ranked as one of the top 50 employers to work for in the UK.

UEA is a Campus-based University on the edge of a beautiful, historic city and the Estates and Facilities Division is proud to be able to make a beneficial contribution to the University’s vision by managing, developing and creating a Campus that makes a positive impact on the living and learning experience for students and staff. To prepare for the University’s growth in student numbers we are embarking upon an exciting period of new development and modernisation of the campus.

Reporting to the Head of Operational Assets the post holder will be working as part of the Sustainability, Utilities and Engineering team, and will lead on energy reduction issues using BMS technology, with a focus on reducing the University’s carbon commitment to ensure the University meets its demands for students and university partners. In addition, you will lead and manage the statutory compliance and energy reduction initiatives in line with the Universities ambitions.

The successful candidate will possess a degree in a relevant energy or engineering related subject or relevant chartered professional membership; or have proven experience in the development and implementation of strategic plans, policies, and procedures in relation to Carbon Reduction and Energy Efficiency Reduction Programme’s across comparable technically complex estate portfolios.

Further information and a copy of the candidate information pack can be found on the following link:

To arrange a confidential discussion and/or to request the full briefing particulars please contact our retained advisor Michael Hewlett ( of The Management Recruitment Group via email or on 0207 959 2368.

Closing date for applications: 6th March 2022