Within our Water and Environment business our Carbon and Energy team advises clients on the challenges and opportunities regarding climate change and sustainability issues including; decentralised, decarbonised generation and energy transition, as well as carbon accounting, policy and regulatory support.
Jacobs is seeking a principal energy systems consultant to join its Carbon and Energy team to help deliver continue growth in our services to support clients’ understand their responsibilities to meet the challenge of the Paris Agreement, including requirements of the energy transition and carbon neutral ambitions. Key to this is the need to be at the forefront of the dynamic change we are living in in terms of energy generation, management and distribution.
In joining the team, you will require technical, analytical and commercial skills in energy technologies and systems, and carbon management to advise on the risks and opportunities for both Jacobs and our clients. In addition, your abilities will be required to support other circular economy and sustainability activities across a range of clients and sectors.
You will be responsible for managing client relationships, delivering projects/programmes in accordance with Jacobs project management practices and developing new business in decarbonisation and energy transition. Specifically, the role requires delivering projects and workstreams, providing advice relating to climate change, energy and carbon, liaising with clients, and contributing to business development. This role offers the opportunity to manage and work with a diverse portfolio of high-profile clients, and on exciting operational and infrastructure projects in the UK and globally
Energy Systems Technology and Analysis
Energy Economics and Policy
The successful candidate will need to undertake tasks such as:
Candidates should be diligent with good attention to detail, but also able to consider innovative solutions and “out of the box” thinking to our client’s changing regulatory and economic environment.
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