Current Vacancies

 Trainee Graduate Retrofit Co-ordinator

Are you looking for an exciting career relating to the installation of energy efficiency measures into existing domestic dwellings? If so, why not assist us to help meet the Government's Green House Gas emission target of achieving net zero by 2050?


About us

2035 Assessments Limited provides Retrofit Co-ordination services nationally. We work with local authorities and register housing providers, energy efficiency installers and private individuals supporting them with an ‘end to end’ service ensuring compliance with PAS 2035 certification. 


Academic requirements

This role is an excellent opportunity for a postgraduate (although this is not an absolute pre-requisite), who is based in East Anglia. Applicants should hold a professional qualification in a building-related subject such as building surveying, architecture/architectural technology, mechanical surveying or construction management. Alternatively,  a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) at Level 3 or above in a subject related to the management or supervision of construction and domestic construction projects, would be accepted.You will also need to be familiar with domestic construction techniques, able to read and understand construction drawings and specifications, and be familiar with the Building Regulations and construction health and safety regulations and practice.


Further study

You will be expected to qualify as a Retrofit Co-ordinator (RC) within the first 12-months of employment, and be enrolled on an e-learning, Level 5 Diploma in Retrofit Co-ordination and Risk Management Course. You will be allowed one  day each week to carry out course work.


The role of a Retrofit Co-ordinator

An RC, once qualified, is the individual who is responsible for overseeing the assessment of dwellings as well as the subsequent specification, monitoring, and evaluation of energy efficiency measures, in accordance with PAS 2035. On each retrofit project the RC fulfils three roles:

Manage - To undertake the traditional role of a construction project manager in respect of planning, organisation and managing the delivery of projects on time and within budget.

Coordinate - To provide informed advice and support to contractors and consultants to engender understanding and teamwork thus achieving the energy performance that retrofit projects should seek.

Quality assure - To provide assurance to clients so that project risk is managed whilst maintaining quality. They also identify and provide solutions for possible risks to the retrofit process and undertake post-occupancy evaluation to determine overall success, and ensure that lessons are learned for future projects.


Additional information

  • Expected start date: TBA
  • Job Type: full-time with one days training each week for first year
  • Salary: initially, £18,000 - £20,000, once qualified - £23,000 - £25,000
  • Annual bonus: subject to satisfactory performance when qualified
  • On-site parking
  • Working hours: Monday to Friday, flexible between 8am – 6pm, 37.5 hours per week

To apply

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