Energy and Data Administrator - Coventry University

About Us
Coventry University Group is continuing to deliver ambitious plans to secure future growth and success. Focusing on Research, the Student Experience, International Growth, Innovation and Enterprise the University has achieved an overall ranking of 13th in the national tables, the highest ranked modern university in the UK for the seventh year running. 

The University is celebrating 175 years of providing education in Coventry. We are proud to be a partner in the city and support Coventry as the UK City of Culture 2021.  We are also the 7th most sustainable university in the 2019 People and Planet league of UK universities.

Our Estates development and operations support the University’s ambitions and growth by providing the spaces, facilities, infrastructure and expertise to create a world class experience for all our customers. This extends from our central Coventry location to our Scarborough, Dagenham and central London sites as well as an international presence.

Main Responsibilities
Reporting to the Energy Manager, the Energy and Data Assistant will support the Environment Team in the effective management of energy across the university estate.  You will be responsible for processing invoices, collating and reporting energy and waste information, liaising with stakeholders, analysing data, and ensuring systems are in place to identify efficiencies. 

You will operate systems to allow energy, water and waste information to be accurately recorded, reported and managed, be responsible for the checking and payment of utility bills to support budget planning, and liaise with our utility suppliers to ensure metering and billing problems are efficiently resolved.
 
Person Specification
The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience in collating and reporting data, handling and processing large data sets, and working with external contractors and suppliers to improve service provision. 

You will have a high level of attention to detail, the ability to interpret and analyse data to identify process improvements, and a high level of computer literacy especially in Excel and other Office applications.  You will be a good communicator with strong customer service skills to allow you to build strong working relationships with teams and stakeholders, be adaptable, and able to manage your own workload to ensure deadlines are met.

For further information about the role please contact Michael Checkley, Energy Manager on 02477 657368.

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