Data Analyst (Energy Efficiency) Net Zero
Homebased with travel for team meetings (London - Once per month) and to meet clients/stakeholders.
Salary: £36,648 -£40,220 per annum
Job Type: Full time 37 Hours per week 31st March 2025 Fixed Term Contract - extension subject to future funding
Are you looking to make a career move that matters? Help us pave the way towards a sustainable future! We Want You. The Greater South East Net Zero Hub at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Data Analyst to join the team.
What is the role? As a Data Analyst in the Greater South East Net Zero Hub's Data and Information team you will work to help client organisations within the public sector accelerate their journey to net zero. Led by the Data & Reporting Manager, you will provide day-to-day analytical support for domestic energy efficiency projects across the Greater South East region.
The role will involve:
Supporting the project team providing analytical support for domestic energy efficiency projects
Researching and identifying insights that can inform and shape domestic energy efficiency/retrofit strategies
Development of complex spreadsheets/models to collect and analyse financial and operational data
Using tools and techniques to visualise data in easy-to-understand formats
Using housing data, demographics and performance data to undertake analysis and make recommendations
Presenting data and information to a range of audiences
What will you need?
Degree level qualification in a relevant discipline, or appropriate level of work experience
Previous experience of working with multiple data sets and performance data
Knowledge of data analysis and visualisation tools such as Excel, Power BI, Tableau
Knowledge of data modelling, data cleansing, and data enrichment techniques and the ability to carry out data quality control and validation
Familiarity with relational databases, setting up and maintaining automated data processes
Experience of statistical methodologies and data analysis techniques to produce clear outputs and recommendations including graphical representations and data visualisations with attention to detail
Understanding of domestic retrofit and the delivery of retrofit projects Knowledge of public sector procurement and decision-making processes
Experience working with a range of public sector organisations/ functions including finance, housing, climate change
Knowledge of PAS2035:2019
Technical knowledge of a coding language (e.g. Python); MS Azure; GIS
What can we offer?
Annual leave 34- 39 days including bank holidays (Length of service)
Competitive salary and Local Government Pension
Comprehensive wellbeing package includes access to 24/7 employee assistance programme, mental health first aiders and monthly Mental Health & Wellbeing Meetings
Family friendly policies, including flexible working and parental leave
Access to the Cycle2Work scheme
Payment of professional subscription fees relevant to your role (one per year, after passing your probation)
Learning and Development opportunities to support your career progression
Benefits Provider: we offer a range of Benefits through Vivup
It is an exciting time for GSENZH and the CPCA. What are you waiting for? Ignite your passion for a Greener future.