We are always interested in hearing from talented individuals who can bring technical excellence and a high level of professionalism to our client projects. If this is you and you like what we do, please get in touch.

1. Installation & Maintenance Technician – Technical Services Department

This is an opportunity for a motivated individual to combine their technical and practical skills to take forward our technology agenda.

We’re looking for an experienced technician to join our small team of engineers and software developers, at an exciting time in our development. We have a unique energy management software product which is generating significant interest and we require additional support with the roll-out of its data collection systems. The successful applicant will be able to work well as a member of a team, where communication and organisational skills are essential.

You will need to be a self-starter, able to work without supervision, where necessary taking a leading role in the delivery of our metering and data collection projects. Frequent site visits to customers throughout the UK will be required including yearly preventative maintenance programmes for our installed equipment.

In addition to excellent interpersonal and computer/software skills, a diagnostic approach to systems with an ability to visualise and understand a system end–to-end, knowledge of some of the following would make an ideal candidate:

• Commercial electrical installations – able to interpret drawings.
• Metering solutions – understand and design systems to suit.
• MODBUS industrial data networks.
• Controls data acquisition.
• SCADA / BMS systems.
• Energy Management Software.
• Mobile data networking.
• Panel Building

Candidates will be required to have their own vehicle suitable for business use and be able to commit to working away from home for a percentage of time (variable).

The successful applicant will be based at our Basingstoke offices. We offer a competitive remuneration package determined by experience and capability.

For more information or to apply for the position, please contact Peri Llewellyn:

2. Operational Energy Consultant (equivalent to Consultant)

Concept Energy Solutions comprises three teams: Technical Services, Bureau and Consultancy which provide energy services to our wide client base.

The Consultancy team is responsible for the delivery of Advisory, Compliance and Energy Management services.

As we seek to grow our business, we are looking for an Operational Energy Consultant to join our team.

The role will be home based, however preference will be given to a candidate located nearer to our offices in Basingstoke, Hampshire.  The candidate should be familiar with the principles of remote working and self-motivated.

You will assist our existing consultants in the delivery and management of Display Energy Certificates (DECs), Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and TM44 (air conditioning inspection reports) as well as statutory reporting associated with Climate Change Agreements and the Energy Savings Opportunities Scheme (ESOS).

This is a Consultant level role which will involve significant amounts of administration work that will require good organisational and communication skills. We would expect the candidate to develop a detailed understanding of operational energy use in buildings and energy management techniques; we will assist by providing mentoring and some formal training.

You will have a basic understanding of building services, building management system and statutory energy and carbon reporting. You will be expected to deliver site based inspections for the production of Display Energy Certificates and Energy Performance Certificates however training will be given to a suitable candidate who is not already qualified.

Over time you will also be expected to grow this area of the business by taking responsibility for account management and through the undertaking of business development activities.

Key responsibilities:

  • Manage the delivery of DECs and EPCs
  • Undertake site surveys relating to DECs and EPCs
  • Assist in the delivery of energy relation statutory compliance reports (including ESOS, SECR and TM44)
  • Assist in the preparation of monthly energy reports

Skills, knowledge and expertise:

  • You will be proficient in data analysis and the use of Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, Powerpoint)
  • Must be able to work to deadlines and budgets
  • Ability to work independently, but act as a team member
  • Numerate with a methodical mindset
  • You must have a desire to learn, but be prepared to undertake administrative tasks
  • You must be able to follow operating procedures
  • You must be willing to travel throughout the UK

Minimum qualifications:

  • Batchelor’s Degree in Engineering or a Mathematical science, (Building Services or Energy Engineering preferable)
  • Understand of energy performance of buildings
  • Current UK driving license (Essential due to travel)

Preferred qualifications and knowledge:

  • Ideally you should be an associate member of a relevant professional body (Energy Institute, CIBSE)
  • Existing Commercial Energy Assessor qualification (Level 3 and 4) or DEC assessor qualification is highly desirable
  • Experience of SBEM, IES VE or other energy modelling software would be highly advantageous
  • Understanding of Climate Change Agreements or ESOS

What we offer:

  • Salary commensurate to experience
  • 25 days annual leave
  • Paid professional subscriptions
  • Death in service benefit
  • Home based role

We are open to applicants who wish to work on a flexible, part time or zero-hours contract basis.

 We will not entertain applications from agencies

Applications should be sent to with the subject line “Operational Energy Consultant”.

3. Analyst vacancy

We’re looking for an additional energy analyst to join our bureau team. If you have a sound knowledge of the energy industry and take pride in the accuracy and timely delivery of your work this position may suit you.

Our analysts play an integral role in our service offering – by providing performance reporting, utility invoice management and other analysis for our clients, as well as supporting the work of our consultants. Our salaries are competitive, linked to experience and ability.

For more information or to apply for the position, please contact Luke Farmer, Bureau Manager on

4. Building Physicist – Decarbonisation

Our Consultancy department is seeking a Building Physicist to join our Decarbonisation team due to a marked increase in demand for consultancy in this area.

Specifically, the role is intended to expand our existing energy modelling capacity to deliver building and organisational level decarbonisation plans, low carbon heating options appraisals, energy audits, renewable energy feasibility, and in use performance analyses.

You will have a detailed understanding of building services building fabric, renewable and low carbon technologies. You will be familiar with the calculation of carbon emissions relating to buildings. You will have experience of completing technical site surveys in particular dimensioning surveys and intrusive building fabric surveys.

You may occasionally be required to work across other consultancy teams (Energy Management and Compliance) and with other departments (Technical Services and Bureau).

Key responsibilities

  • Building thermal simulation modelling using IES VE (including Apache HVAC)
  • Undertaking technical site surveys
  • Report writing

Required skills, knowledge and experience

  • Significant knowledge and experience of building physics
  • Able to identify building services plant, equipment and operation strategy
  • Experience of delivering renewable energy and low carbon heating feasibility studies
  • Proficiency in energy simulation modelling using IES VE suite, including detailed HVAC modelling
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products (Office365, Visio and Sharepoint)
  • Familiarity with UK Building Regulations (in particular Part L and Part F)
  • Must be able to work to deadlines and budgets
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team

Minimum qualifications

  • A relevant Degree in Engineering or a Mathematical science which must include a significant element of building physics.
  • Membership (working toward Chartered Status) of a relevant industry body (e.g. CIBSE)
  • Current UK driving license (essential due to travel)


  • Experience of using the RETScreen software tool would be beneficial
  • Experience of Life-Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA)
  • Experience of producing Energy Performance Certificates
  • Knowledge of heat networks

What we offer

  • Salary commensurate to experience
  • 25 days annual leave
  • Paid professional subscriptions
  • Death in service benefit
  • Home based role

We intend this role to be full time (37.5 hours per week), Monday to Friday, but are open to proposals for flexible working.

Due to the sites we work on (including schools) the post holder must be able to pass an Enhanced DBS check and must have the right to work in the UK.

We will not entertain applications from agencies

Applications (CV and cover letter) should be sent to with the subject line “Building physicist role”.

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