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Training and Qualifications Officer

Salary £24,000 - 26,000 pa plus benefits.  Permanent role.

Reporting to the Training Manager

The Energy Institute (EI) is the chartered professional membership body for the global energy industry, providing learning and networking opportunities, professional recognition and energy knowledge resources for individuals and companies worldwide.  It serves society with independence, disseminating knowledge, skills and good practice towards a safe, secure and sustainable energy system. 

We are now looking to appoint a Training and Qualifications Officer to join our friendly team in central London to help us develop our rapidly expanding training provision. The post-holder will be responsible for making sure that the training we offer meets our high standards and that we provide an excellent level of support to our trainers and delegates. 

The successful candidate will be an experienced training professional, ideally CIPD or CTLLS/DTLLS qualified.  It is vital to have experience of all aspects of the training cycle as the role will include Training Needs Analysis (TNA), working with subject matter specialists to design programmes, providing support and quality assurance during the delivery phase and undertaking evaluation at all levels of Kirkpatrick’s model.  Whilst this role will not involve any direct training delivery you should be confident in the class room as you will be giving regular feedback to tutors on their performance.  Applicants should also be comfortable building and delivering courses using an LMS. 

Ideally educated to degree-level, you will be able to demonstrate a mature, customer focused approach to your work, combined with experience of writing content, problem solving and budgeting using spreadsheets.  

The position would be particularly suitable for an individual who has some experience of working in a training/education related role and who has an understanding or appreciation of the processes and systems needed to ensure stringent standards are met.  

Please send CV and covering letter explaining how you meet our requirements by 2 March 2015 to  hr2@energyinst.org or Helen Sullivan, Energy Institute, 61 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7AR. 

Interviews will take place on 9 March 2015.

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Energy Management Training Course Developer

Up to £20,000 pa (pro rata) plus benefits for 6 month contract

Reporting to the Training Officer

The Energy Institute (EI) is the chartered professional membership body for the global energy industry, providing learning and networking opportunities, professional recognition and energy knowledge resources for individuals and companies worldwide.  It serves society with independence, disseminating knowledge, skills and good practice towards a safe, secure and sustainable energy system.

We are now looking to hire two course developers who will ideally be MSc or PhD graduates in the area of Energy, Physics or Buildings Management to join our highly motivated and friendly team in central London to help us develop our new Professional Energy Manager distance learning programme.  This role will include researching course topics, writing course materials and assessment activities, developing case studies in partnership with Energy Management tutors/consultants and assisting with putting the course onto our Learning Management System.

Candidate Profile:

Ideally you will have expertise in one of the two collections of topics:

Group 1 – Building physics, thermal comfort, HVAC, refrigeration, electricity grids, onsite generation, lighting, motors and drives, water systems, fuels and combustion, heat transfer, BMS systems.

Group 2 – Energy and the environment, the energy industry and energy costs, regulations and incentives, energy management systems and standards, carbon management plans, energy auditing, metering and verification,  data testing and analysis,  financial appraisals.

Experience

1.       MSc or PhD in a relevant discipline i.e. Energy Management or Engineering

2.       Ability to produce clear written communication.  Ideally with experience of writing study materials

3.       Some element of experience of teaching or training – this could have been gained by writing study materials, giving lectures, acting as a “teaching assistant” / “demonstrator”

4.       A passion for learning

5.       Experience of undertaking a distance or online learning course would be ideal

Please send CV and covering letter explaining how you meet our requirements by 16 February to hr@energyinst.org or Helen Sullivan, Energy Institute, 61 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7AR. 

Interviews will take place on 27 February 2015.

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Energy Knowledge Internship opportunities - ideal for recent graduates and MSc students

The EI Knowledge Service has a limited number of internship opportunities available. Projects will range in topic and duration and will include elements of networking, specific subject area research, EI member engagement and information dissemination through social media as well as report writing, policy consultation and other opportunities. Please visit the internship page in the Knowledge Website for more information.