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London 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Senior Energy Operations Manager
Reference #: 19703_1573815675
Location: London
Salary: £50000 - £51000 per annum
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 15/11/2019


A major London based housing association are looking to appoint a Senior Energy Operations Manager, to lead operations for the organisation's heat network sub business. The opportunity would suit an operations professional, ideally with a background in energy or utilities, with experience working in the public sector.

About the role:

Leading a team of three, you will be responsible for the energy and heating offering to residents, by managing the heating, metering and billing operations. The association run a leading heat network scheme, in which they sell affordable energy to their residents. The successful applicant will manage and oversee the team that deliver this process, from customer services, to billing, utilities and budgeting, ensuring quality and profitability of the service.

About you:

You will be an experienced operations manager, well versed in delivering projects within a local authority setting. You will have a strong background in managing budgets and accounts, ideally within the housing sector. You will also ideally have a familiarity with the energy and utilities sector, and any specific heat network experience would be particularly relevant.

Role and responsibilities.

  • Delivering the housing associations heating and energy offering for the association's residence, by overseeing the management of our communal heating metering and billing operations and income recovery.
  • Expand and develop the service to continually improve the customer experience, making the provision of energy a self-contained business unit
  • Experience setting financial budgets and managing financial accounts
  • Ensuring profitability and quality of the service.

If you have the suitable skills and experience, please apply directly or to discuss further contact Gareth on 020 7960 2559.

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