Strategic Stakeholder Manager Net Zero

Posted 22 December 2023
Salary £52,580 -£58,064 per annum + homebased, flexible working
Job type Permanent
Discipline Energy & SustainabilityProfessional & Technical
ContactCharlotte Meara

Job description

Strategic Stakeholder Manager Net Zero
Homebased with travel for team meetings (London - Once per month) and to meet clients/stakeholders.
Salary: £52,580 -£58,064 per annum
Job Type: Full time 37 Hours per week 31st March 2025 Fixed Term Contract

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 Strategic Stakeholder Manager to join the team.

What is the role?

As Strategic Stakeholder Manager for the Greater South East Net Zero Hub (GSNZH) you will support the Net Zero Hub to champion the objectives and outcomes of the programme through the development and delivery of a Hub Engagement Plan, which will include regular engagement with the Department of Energy Security & Net Zero (DESNZ) as well as wider communications with Ministers and senior civil servants at both national and local level.

As a key member of GSNZH, you will be responsible for taking a proactive approach to raising awareness of the Hub by increasing its visibility with stakeholders, partners and business leaders, and by creating a better understand of its activities.

Duties will include:

  • Curate and maintain database of net zero activity, networks, partnerships and stakeholders

  • Curate a portfolio of case studies, site visits etc to showcase activity

  • Proactive stakeholder engagement, advise and guidance to support GSENZH objectives, national and regional policy, business development opportunities

  • Communications - effectively manage messaging around Hub delivery and activity, leverage funding from key strategic stakeholders

  • Contribute to the development of reports to the SMT, Board and funders as required, as well as ensuring communications are appropriate to support the delivery and development of projects.

What will you need?

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent level, or possess the equivalent level of knowledge gained through demonstratable industry/sector experience

  • Experience of working with a range of stakeholders across the public and private sectors and of developing effective partnerships

  • Experience of advocacy with the knowledge and understanding of how to present a compelling case to stakeholders

  • Good knowledge of net zero policy at a national and/or regional level

  • Have experience of successfully delivering public/member meetings/events

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.