Resident Engagement Officer – £22k full time 37 hrs – initial contract for 3 months
Green Energy Switch is working in partnership with a major utility supplier to enable their customers to take up a smart meter in the Essex area.
The smart meter roll-out program constitutes the largest transformation of a core area of nationwide infrastructure undertaken in a generation.
We are looking for reliable, outgoing, enthusiastic and highly motivated individuals to join the team working in Chelsmford/Romford.
Join our Team!
We’re recruiting for two roles to join our small friendly team based in Peterborough. See below if either of the roles could be right for you.
Our goal is to keep residents warmer for longer and give them more choice over when they use their storage heating. In providing more control, we can reduce their energy bills. Upgrading of the heating system requires no capital from the council, housing association or tenants.
Last month we were excited to attend the East Midlands Energy Efficiency & Healthy Homes Awards.
We were pleased to walk away with Highly Commended for ‘Regional Vulnerable Customer Support Campaigner of the Year & Commended for ‘Regional Energy Consultant/Consultancy of the Year’.
We’d like to say a big thank you to Eesha Ali, who has spent a great two weeks with GES on work experience! Eesha settled into the GES office incredibly well, so well in fact that she could be mistaken for being a GES staff member! Eesha, has written us a blog to share how her two weeks with us were, Thanks Eesha!!
On average, energy bills account for more than £1000 of the annual expenditure of a household. However, with a bit of knowledge and know-how, you can help to cut the size of your energy bill. In this post, we take a look at our five favourite energy saving tips.
Energy Saving Tips: 1 – Turn off Standby Appliances
Leaving your appliances on standby is an easy habit to fall into. From TVs to radios, almost all of our household electrical appliances have a handy standby button standing by, just in case we can’t be bothered to stand up and turn the appliance off properly. But while it might be easier to press the red button it certainly isn’t cheaper.