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Mike Upton

Michael Upton

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About This Role

  • Listed: 14/03/2024
  • Permanent
  • Gloucester
  • 50000
Renewables Surveyor

Job Title:    Renewables Surveyor
Salary:        £4,000 - £50,000
Holiday:      20 days + Bank Holidays
Other:         Branded Company Van + Fuel Card, Tools, and uniform, Mobile phone and tablet, Pension, Overtime payments, Bonuses, Monday to Friday, accredited training and various in-house training


Job Summary:
As a Renewables Building Surveyor, you will play a vital role in assessing, planning, and implementing renewable energy technologies within the clients customer homes. Your expertise will help them enhance the sustainability of their customers while providing energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly homes.

Key Responsibilities:

Building Assessments:
  • Conduct comprehensive assessments properties to identify opportunities for the integration of renewable energy systems, such as solar panels, heat pumps, and energy-efficient insulation.

Feasibility Studies:
  • Prepare detailed feasibility studies and cost-benefit analyses for proposed renewable energy projects, ensuring alignment with budget constraints and regulatory compliance.

Design and Planning:
  • Collaborate with architects, engineers, and project teams to design and plan the integration of renewable energy technologies into new construction or retrofitting of existing buildings.

Regulatory Compliance:
  • Stay informed about local and national building codes and renewable energy regulations, ensuring all projects adhere to these standards.

Project Management:
  • Develop and manage project plans, budgets, and timelines for renewable energy installations, coordinating with contractors, suppliers, and internal stakeholders.

Vendor Selection:
  • Identify and select appropriate renewable energy suppliers and contractors, negotiate contracts, and oversee project implementation to ensure quality and efficiency.

Energy Performance Optimisation:
  • Recommend and implement energy-efficient building practices and technologies to improve overall energy performance and reduce environmental impact.



Monitoring and Reporting:
  • Establish monitoring systems to track the performance of renewable energy systems, analyse data, and prepare regular reports for management and regulatory purposes.

Sustainability Advocacy:
  • Promote sustainable building practices within the organization, providing guidance and education to colleagues, residents, and stakeholders.

Qualifications:
 
  • Bachelor's degree in Surveying, Architecture, Engineering, or experienced within this field.
  • Proven experience in surveying, renewable energy project management, or a similar role.
  • Strong knowledge of renewable energy technologies and their application in buildings.
  • Excellent project management, communication, and problem-solving skills.
  • Familiarity with local and national building codes and renewable energy regulations.
  • Passion for sustainability and a commitment to environmental responsibility.



Renewables Surveyor

Job Title:    Renewables Surveyor
Salary:        £4,000 - £50,000
Holiday:      20 days + Bank Holidays
Other:         Branded Company Van + Fuel Card, Tools, and uniform, Mobile phone and tablet, Pension, Overtime payments, Bonuses, Monday to Friday, accredited training and various in-house training


Job Summary:
As a Renewables Building Surveyor, you will play a vital role in assessing, planning, and implementing renewable energy technologies within the clients customer homes. Your expertise will help them enhance the sustainability of their customers while providing energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly homes.

Key Responsibilities:

Building Assessments:
  • Conduct comprehensive assessments properties to identify opportunities for the integration of renewable energy systems, such as solar panels, heat pumps, and energy-efficient insulation.

Feasibility Studies:
  • Prepare detailed feasibility studies and cost-benefit analyses for proposed renewable energy projects, ensuring alignment with budget constraints and regulatory compliance.

Design and Planning:
  • Collaborate with architects, engineers, and project teams to design and plan the integration of renewable energy technologies into new construction or retrofitting of existing buildings.

Regulatory Compliance:
  • Stay informed about local and national building codes and renewable energy regulations, ensuring all projects adhere to these standards.

Project Management:
  • Develop and manage project plans, budgets, and timelines for renewable energy installations, coordinating with contractors, suppliers, and internal stakeholders.

Vendor Selection:
  • Identify and select appropriate renewable energy suppliers and contractors, negotiate contracts, and oversee project implementation to ensure quality and efficiency.

Energy Performance Optimisation:
  • Recommend and implement energy-efficient building practices and technologies to improve overall energy performance and reduce environmental impact.



Monitoring and Reporting:
  • Establish monitoring systems to track the performance of renewable energy systems, analyse data, and prepare regular reports for management and regulatory purposes.

Sustainability Advocacy:
  • Promote sustainable building practices within the organization, providing guidance and education to colleagues, residents, and stakeholders.

Qualifications:
 
  • Bachelor's degree in Surveying, Architecture, Engineering, or experienced within this field.
  • Proven experience in surveying, renewable energy project management, or a similar role.
  • Strong knowledge of renewable energy technologies and their application in buildings.
  • Excellent project management, communication, and problem-solving skills.
  • Familiarity with local and national building codes and renewable energy regulations.
  • Passion for sustainability and a commitment to environmental responsibility.



 
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