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SEAI Calling All Energy Engineers

Programme Manager – SME Support Programme                                                                                          This role will be required to create a new unit to work with SMEs on energy efficiency. Priority in 2018 will be to develop a strategy, design and roll out an expanded programme of support specifically targeted at the small and medium sized enterprise to leverage the opportunity presented by energy efficiency for this sector.

Programme Executive – Public Sector Energy Management                                                                        The role within the Public Sector and Business Department is to manage and co-ordinate the energy management support services that SEAI provide to the public sector to promote and accelerate energy management.

Programme Executive – Large Business                                                                                                        The role within the Business and Public Sector Department is to design and develop programmes, events and initiatives supporting those responsible for energy in client organisations with high energy use to adopt good energy management practices.

Programme Manager – EXEED Certified                                                                                                            This role will lead both the ongoing development of EXEED Certified and its supporting EXEED Grant programme. You will have ownership across the full EXEED value-chain.

Programme Executive – Market Surveillance Authority                                                                                This is a technical engineering role to support the operation and on-going development of market surveillance activities by SEAI. The role will principally focus on energy related products relating to eco-design, energy labelling and tyre labelling.

Programme Executive – Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme                                                                  This role will support the on-going Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme programme development and technical oversight activities.

Programme Assistant – Energy Policy Statistical Support Unit                                                                  This role will provide assistance in relation to statistical data management and analysis within SEAI’s Energy Policy Statistical Support Unit (EPSSU).

See   www.seai.ie/careers/ for full details




SEAI Awards to include €10,000 bursary

Colm Byrne, DaysE with Majella Kelleher, Head of Energy Demand Management, SEAI, and Mark Dwan and Paul Walsh, both of Johnson and Johnson Campus Ireland

SEAI has started the search for sustainable energy leaders with the announcement of the SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards for 2017. These awards recognise and reward excellence in energy efficiency and renewable energy, and are open to organisations, businesses and communities who are who are setting new standards in the reduction of fossil fuel use.

The Awards encourage entries with innovative approaches and high replication potential from applicants across the island of Ireland. New to the 2017 Awards programme is a bursary of €10,000 for the winner of the Research Category, to further their research activity. There are eight categories in all, including large business, small business, design, public sector, community and energy manager or team.

Majella Kelleher, Head of Energy Demand Management at SEAI, said: There is excellent work happening in sustainable energy across our economy and the SEAI Awards are a great opportunity for businesses, public bodies and communities to get recognition for outstanding energy achievements. Energy efficiency makes financial as well as environmental sense, and there is growing interest in the delivery of cleaner sources of energy across both industry and communities as we move Ireland towards a low-carbon society. I strongly encourage people and businesses to enter the SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards 2017 to highlight their own success and encourage others to take part.”

Last year, entrants to the Awards demonstrated savings of €100 million through innovative sustainable energy projects. This year the Awards have three category sponsors — Enprova (Public Sector), ESB Smart Energy Services (Large Business – Energy Management) and Gas Networks Ireland (Large Business – Energy Project).

Visit www.seai.ie/energyawards for further information. Closing date for entries is Friday, 9 June 2017. The winners will be announced at a gala event in November 2017.