Jobs

CSE has a reputation for innovative projects which inform, educate and engage people and communities in sustainable energy issues. 

We are currently looking to fill the following 2 posts:


Senior Project Manager (Projects and Systems)

Salary: From £33,747 to £40,422 depending on experience.

Closing date: 12:00 (noon) on Monday 2 July

We are seeking to recruit a full-time (37.5 hrs per week), experienced Senior Project Manager with skills in people and systems management, to play a central role in our Local and Community Empowerment Team.

Three to five years’ work experience in project management, with responsibility for delivery of projects, including planning, task allocation within a team, and budget management is essential. 

The bulk of the Senior Project Manager post will involve overseeing the output, performance and finances of some of CSE's larger projects. But we expect around a quarter of the postholder's time will be spent on systems management and team coordination, with the remainder used for development of new projects and general company-wide activities.

First and foremost, you’ll be a highly experienced project manager and  someone who prides themselves on attention to detail and excellent systems management. If you’ve also managed programmes of work, this would be a definite bonus.

The post is based in our offices in central Bristol.

To apply: or find out more, download a full job description and application form below. Choose from PDF or Word versions.

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Please note we do not accept CVs.

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Planner (Neighbourhood Planning and Planning Policy Support)

Salary: £24,671 to £27,820

Closing date: 12.00 (noon) on Monday, 9 July

The focus of this role is to assist in delivering projects with a focus on neighbourhood and local planning. The role may also need to provide support to a number of other social research and community energy support programmes and support our engagement with government regarding sustainable energy and planning issues.

We are seeking a fully-chartered RTPI planner, or someone with a planning-degree plus at least three years’ post qualification work experience.

The Local & Community Empowerment team team has a broad focus on community engagement and support for community-led energy activities, but we also deliver support to neighbourhood planning groups and local authorities to embed best practice in the development of planning policy. The team currently employs two qualified and experienced planners in project management roles.

To apply: or find out more, download a full job description and application form below. Choose from PDF or Word versions.

Job descriptionJob description
Application formApplication form

Please note we do not accept CVs.

CSE equal opportunities policy

Problems downloading? Email info@cse.org.uk

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