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Senior Renewable Sales Consultant, Gregor Heating & Renewable Energy


Job Title:             Senior Renewable Sales Consultant

Area:                    Renewable Technologies. Private and Commercial Clients

Job Purpose/Key Role:

This is a unique position within the company for a dynamic person with a strong sales and technical background within the renewable heating sector. Having a proven track record of delivering and achieving sales targets you will be responsible for providing technical sales support and advice to our clients across a range of renewable energy and low carbon projects from inception through to commissioning.

Being responsible for the business development of the department you will be pro-actively seeking new opportunities, preparing proposals and securing contracts both with new and existing clients alike. Working in conjunction with the project manager and install team you will be responsible for overseeing mainly domestic and small commercial contracts, ensuring all works are completed on time, within budget, scope and in accordance with the required standards

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Frustrated in your current role?, looking for a change and to expand your skill set?

Dial A Geek is an established IT service provider in Bristol. Our mission is to support small businesses by simplifying their IT and providing the solutions they need to reach their full potential.

We’re looking for a new Geek to join our team.

You will be working in our small and hands-on team, so you should be comfortable working with a high degree of autonomy (don’t worry though, support will be available as and when you need it). The ideal candidate is organised, self-motivated, and looking for a role they can grow into.

Our technicians are the main point of contact between Dial A Geek and our clients, so it is essential they are effective and confident communicators and enjoy working with people as much (or almost as much) as they enjoy working with computers.

We expect our technicians to hit the ground jogging, if not running, so the successful candidate will probably have at least 2 years previous experience of providing 1st or 2nd Line IT Support in a business environment.

Ideally, the successful candidate will be experienced in account management and commercials, they will also be able to demonstrate their ability to learn quickly, to follow processes, and to document their work.

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Senior Consultant, Resource Futures

£28,000 - £45,000 pa dependent on experience

Full time (37.5 hours per week), Permanent

Location: Bristol


About Resource Futures

Resource Futures is committed to a vision of everybody using resources sustainably. We are a purpose-driven company which contributes to the communities we work and live in. Our core values of integrity, independence and commitment are what make us different.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a leading sustainable resource management consultancy in the UK.  We are contributing to research behind policy and operational resource and waste issues that are shaping the future of the UK and beyond.

Founded in 2006, we are employee-owned with a 30-year heritage in the waste and resources industry. Our brand is built around being forward-thinking and looking for continuous improvement in the services we provide. We are part of the B Corp movement and take an ethical approach to business to make a positive difference in the world.


About the role

Resource Futures is growing, and we have a great opportunity to join our expanding consultancy team to work with public, private and third sector clients.  This is an opportunity for an experienced consultant looking to take the next step and become a senior consultant, or a senior consultant looking for their next career challenge to contribute to the growth of a purpose driven environmental consultancy.  We are looking to build on our strengths in the areas of waste and resources policy development, in particular, around Extended Producer Responsibility, circular economy, carbon and materials (such as plastics, textiles, glass, paper, metals).  We have teams in Bristol and Scotland working on circular economy projects, please see our website for more details.

You will be responsible for managing and delivering consultant support to clients. This will include business development and initial lead generation, tender writing and submission through to project management and technical delivery. The work will involve supporting organisations to make decisions and changes to the way they do business and operate, to reduce costs, improve profits and reduce their environmental impacts.

Certification Officer Processors-Beauty & Wellbeing, Soil Association

Contract: full time, permanent

Salary: £22,854 p/a

Location: Bristol


About us
We are the UK's largest organic certification body, responsible for certifying over 70% of all organic products sold in the country. We certify organic food and farming, organic textiles and organic beauty products as well as running the rapidly growing Food for Life Catering Mark improving food served outside the home. A commercial business; we work to grow the market for the certified products alongside the businesses we certify and we work to increase the number of businesses looking for certification with us.

About the opportunity

We are seeking a highly motivated individual to work in our beauty and wellbeing team, supporting businesses through their certification process and providing ongoing customer support. This fast-paced analytical role will see you working with a range of businesses right across the supply chain from importing, manufacturing, wholesaling, storage and retail.

Your role

The role is focused on managing the organic certification of our clients – reviewing inspection outcomes, product information and labelling, and answering any general queries. There is scope to manage internal relationships with key stakeholders within the organisation and across the industry, supporting the growth of the organic and natural beauty & wellbeing market.

Waste & Resources Manager, UWE

Job title: Waste & Resources Manager

Application closing date: 21/08/2019

Location: Frenchay Campus, Bristol

Salary: Grade F - £29,515-£33,199

Job Type: Administrative, Specialist/Professional

About us 

This exciting role is pivotal in transforming the university's material consumption towards circularity, finding ways to eliminate and reduce waste and helping to deliver an environmentally sustainable UWE. 

The position is held within the university's Sustainability Team, a motivated and supportive team on a mission to implement and embed sustainability across the university and beyond. 

About you

The waste and resources manager will work across the whole university, facilitating continuous improvement in our waste & recycling system. As well as performance managing our waste removal contractors, the role holder will manage a small friendly team of waste operatives, and engage and inspire a wide range of internal and external stakeholders to deliver awareness raising and behaviour change campaigns.

You will be meticulous with data, with an ability to work with large complex datasets to report on waste quantities and trends, benchmark performance and as part of our commitment to become carbon neutral you will convert waste data into a carbon equivalence. 

This is an opportunity for you to bring together your technical waste and resource management expertise and your passion for driving sustainability into practice within a large and complex organisation.

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Temporary Marketing Assistant, Soil Association

Job Title: Temporary Marketing Assistant

Salary: £18,920

Contract: Fixed term (September & October + 1 week either side)

Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week

Location: Bristol


About us
Soil Association Certification is the UK's largest organic certification body, responsible for certifying over 70% of all organic products sold in the country. We certify organic food and farming, organic textiles and organic beauty products. Since 1973 our team has built up extensive practical experience and provide unrivalled support before, during and after certification.


About the opportunity

Assist the Certification Marketing team on the delivery of key marketing projects including web & print marketing materials for our food & drink and textiles schemes. 


Your role

·       Manage and maintain key webpages

·       Write and optimise content for web

·       Write and optimise content for social media

·       Create social media toolkits and assets for sharing

·       Edit and post content using social media scheduling tools

·       Write copy for printed material

·       Brief and liaise with designers to create printed materials

·       Convert copy/content from printed materials for web & social 

·       Proof read key materials

·       Monitor social media activity for specific campaigns and topics

·       Support with financial, administrative and marketing tasks as required

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Marketing Manager, Bristol Energy

Salary: c.£40,000 - £45,000

Hours: Full Time, 37.5 Hrs

Duration: Permanent

Location: Bristol

About the role

This is an exciting position within our marketing team to drive forward the integrated sales and marketing strategy, lead our marketing team and liaise with marketing agencies to execute multi-channel campaigns. The focus of the role will be to drive leads to support the overall sales growth of Bristol Energy for both domestic and business customers.

This position will be exciting, fast-paced and varied – so you will need to be able to turn your hand to a number of activities. These duties will include:

  • Own the implementation of our multi-channel campaigns focused on driving growth for Bristol Energy (both B2C and B2B customers)

  • Own our event strategy with a view to generating leads to support the direct sales team

  • Work with the team to continue to develop integrated sales and marketing strategy and detailed execution plan

  • Own the brand and key design and content elements in partnership with sales, PR, communications, marketing and digital colleagues

  • Manage relationships with agencies as appropriate for campaigns

  • Measure impact and drive for continuous improvement in our campaigns

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Business Development Manager, Bristol Energy

Salary: Competitive

Hours: Full Time 37.5 Hours

Duration: Permanent

Location: Bristol (Temple Meads)

About the role

We have a new and exciting opportunity for a business development manager to be the driving force behind generating new sales leads and introducing new energy services and products to business, portfolio, and residential customers. This is a key role in driving the next phase of growth for Bristol Energy.

Some of your key accountabilities will be:

  • Generating new leads and researching and developing new opportunities with business, portfolio and residential customers to sell Bristol Energy’s value added energy services

  • Working with residential and business customers of all shapes and sizes to better understand needs and feed this insight into our proposition development process

  • Working with our operational teams to develop new products and services to enhance our core retail activity

  • Trialling and selling new and innovative products direct to our customers

  • Planning and preparing presentations and pitches for our business, portfolio and residential customers

  • Assisting with the development and prioritisation of business wide sales targets, managing sales pipelines and delivering sustainable growth

  • Delivering supporting propositions and operational readiness through working closely with internal and external stakeholders within our partners and other third parties

  • Informing contract development


Back-end Javascript Developer, Wriggle

Bristol, United Kingdom

£30,000 to £45,000 per annum

Full time

TL;DR - We know you are busy so here is the short version

- We’re Wriggle, an exciting Bristol based startup (https://www.getawriggleon.com )

- We’re recruiting a Back-end Javascript Engineer from June

- You will be part of our development team and help us build the next generation of our applications and help us grow our backend systems

- The next 12 months at Wriggle will see some huge projects taken from idea stage to deployment. This is an exceptional opportunity to join a team of talented people who are transforming Wriggle into the go-to application for Food & Drinks discovery across the UK

If you’re looking for a new opportunity where you have a huge impact on the company as an early member of the team then please get in touch, we’re super excited to hear from you.


We're Wriggle - an award-winning app and website based in the heart of Bristol. We're on a mission to transform cities into thriving independent hubs of amazing food & drink venues that people can't wait to discover - in the process, changing the way that food & drink businesses operate.

It's an exciting time at Wriggle as we embark on a journey across the country. We're currently operating in 3 cities - Bristol, Brighton and Cardiff, and will expand into cities across the country from late 2019. Technology is at the forefront of our expansion and we have big projects in the pipeline that will dramatically extend the impact of Wriggle. These are ambitious plans - and we want fantastic people to deliver them.

As a result, we’re excited to build-out the skill sets of our technology team, alongside our CTO, Clement, and developer, Jon. If you love food, tech and Wriggle, this is an amazing opportunity to apply your skills in doing something you love, that has an impact on the cities around you.

You will have plenty of responsibility, in an engaging fast-moving environment - and have a direct impact on the products and the decisions that direct it. It will be hands-on and rewarding - and you will play a key part in developing a Bristol-based consumer champion.


Researcher, Plastic Pollution, Circular Economy & Waste Management, Common Seas

Deadline: Wednesday 1st May 2019 
Location: Bristol, with some remote work possible 
Hours/period of work: 10 week, full-time contract (potential to extend) 
Start date: Immediately

Paid • Full Time • Fixed Term Contract

Sectors: marine conservationenvironmental policy & campaigningsustainability

About Common Seas

Common Seas mission is to reduce the amount of plastic waste produced and stop it polluting people, communities and our blue planet.

We provide the right people with the right tools to navigate the complexity of tackling plastic waste at source, deliver new ways to manage and re-use plastic and stop the leakage into our rivers, seas and ocean.

Our research and work on-the-ground harness the collective expertise of people, governments and businesses to implement action in their own communities to halt the threats of Ocean plastic.

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City Nature Challenge and Festival of Nature Event Officer, Festival of Nature, Bristol Natural History Consortium

Flexible/Part time

Join the City Nature Challenge and Festival of Nature team this summer!

This role focuses on:

  1. Supporting delivery of the City Nature Challenge event programme

  2. Curating City Nature Challenge areas, displays and interactive activities within the Festival of Nature programme

  3. Logistics, production and delivery of the Festival of Nature event programme, including the Festival of Nature virtual festival.

We are seeking a highly organised person with a passion for nature and wildlife, event delivery and production, live event curation and on-site management.


Customer Service Advisors, Pure Planet

Flexible full and part time hours available

Five mins from Bath Spa station

up to £24,000 (pro rata)  + comprehensive benefits

We believe work should fit around your life, not the other way around. That’s why we offer fully flexible hours between 8am and 8pm, weekdays and weekends. Ideally we’d like you to work at least 20 hours a week, but we’re flexible. So whether you want to look after your family, go to the gym before work or you’re just not an early morning person (we relate), we’d love to hear from you.

We’re powering a cleaner, greener future. If you’re passionate about people and creating great experiences, we’ll give you everything else you need to grow your skills and knowledge.

This is us

We’re Pure Planet, the modern, digital energy supplier. The really smart bit is that our electricity is 100% renewable, and our gas is 100% carbon offset. Our team loves to do things differently, and we love to do things differently for our team. We share ideas and collaborate, celebrating success together. We’ve started to make our mark, and we’ve got lots more to achieve.

The role

Communicating with our Members across digital channels, you’ll be the voice of Pure Planet as you advise and guide, educate and engage, support and feedback.

It’s an exciting time to join us — we continue to grow at pace. Your role will evolve and diversify, and you’ll have every opportunity to influence and develop our proposition.

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Air Testing Engineer, Darren Evans Assessments

Darren Evans Assessments is a leading provider of energy efficiency and sustainability services across the built environment.

Their most valued assets are their multi-skilled staff who serve a broad client base: from the UK’s leading house builders and developers, to major blue-chip clients, to a homeowner requiring an EPC.

They are expanding their air testing team. They are looking for a qualified air tester with an air tightness testing Level 1 qualification to join their team.

The primary responsibility for this Air Testing Engineer would be to visit sites and test the air tightness standards in new residential buildings, in line with Part L regulations. 

They would also expect the successful candidate to be familiar with Part L regulations, and to be able to complete Part L1A and L1B SAP Calculations, adding a broader focus to the role.