Work with us: Energyworks Projects Manager

Available roles: Energyworks Project Manager

Responsible to: CEO.

Salary: £38,113  per annum.

Hours: 37 hours per week available (Job share will be considered. Secondment will be considered).

Contract: Fixed term to March 2025 with possibility of extension.

Qualifications: Requirement to train to case supervisor level with CABH. Level 3 City and Guilds in Energy Awareness or an equivalent qualification, ability to supervise energy advice to quality assurance standards.

Location: The post holder will work primarily from CABH offices in Hove Town Hall and occasionally in outreach venues as needed.

Closing date for applications: Monday 24th June 9am.                                                                                                                                                    Expected interview dates: Friday 28th June.

Job outline: Citizens Advice Brighton & Hove is looking for a committed Project Manager to join our expanding Projects Team. The postholder will have in-depth knowledge in key advice areas to support the delivery of high quality advice and casework to a range of clients. The postholder will focus on energy issues as well as addressing fuel poverty. 

The ideal candidate will be a strong team player, with excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and will be able to motivate, lead and develop our team of energy advisers. The ideal candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment and will showcase  good numerical skills and effective communication skills, both written and oral.

We’re here to give advice to everyone, and we acknowledge that diversity in our workforce is the best way of understanding the varying needs of the  city around us, so we welcome applications from all communities. As a disability-inclusive employer, we  encourage applications from disabled people, including those with neurodivergence, mental health or long-term health conditions. Please contact Emma Daniel, Partnerships Manager at  if you need any adjustments for the recruitment process. Requesting adjustments will not adversely affect the outcome of your application.

  • We encourage applications from people from minoritized communities, and from people with experiences of exclusion or discrimination
  • We encourage applications from people who have used our services or others
We ask all applicants to complete an anonymous online survey to help us understand if we’re succeeding in our aims. We appreciate you taking the time to complete this. Please complete the equalities survey online here. 
Appointment to this role will be subject to successful references and a  basic DBS check. 

If you have questions or would like to get a better understanding of the role please contact  Emma Daniel, Partnerships Manager at

For more details about this rewarding opportunity and how to apply, read the full job information pack and download the application form to complete. 

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