Nottingham Energy Partnership have an exciting new opportunity for a Project Manager to play a leading role in the development and delivery of our pioneering Climate Action projects.

Join our passionate interdisciplinary team at Nottinghamshire’s longest running Climate Action Charity. You will manage the development and delivery of NEP’s innovative ‘Green Meadows’ and ‘Conservation Retrofit Catalyst’ projects, and support the Green Meadows team to reach their full potential. The role will be varied, allowing you not only to exercise your project and people management skills, but to play a vital role in Nottingham’s transition to a greener future.


Post title: Project Manager

Team: Green Meadows

Salary: £33,000 – £36,000 pro rata (Depending on qualifications and experience)

Hours: Full Time (37 hours per week)

Contract Length: 3 years

Location: Nottingham City

Start date: ASAP

Application deadline: 5pm, 27th March 2023
Please submit your application form and EDI form asap, as we will invite strong candidates to interview as and when we hear from them, which may be before
the closing date.

Job Purpose

The focus of the role will be to provide effective and strategic project management across NEP’s Green Meadows and Conservation Retrofit projects. The role will also include the line management of members of the Green Meadows team.

About NEP

Nottingham Energy Partnership (NEP) is Nottingham’s longest running Climate Action Charity, playing a key role in the sector for the past 25 years. We develop and deliver projects which promote both environmental and social justice, and respond creatively to issues faced by local communities. NEP focus particularly on the energy efficiency of homes and buildings, and we are developing our Future-Fit retrofit programme to address current challenges and opportunities in this growing industry.

About the Green Meadows Project

Green Meadows is NEP’s pioneering community climate action project. Delivered in partnership with Meadows Ozone Energy Services (MOZES), the five year project is funded by the National Lottery Climate Action Fund. Through a holistic programme of activities and services, we empower local people to take action at an individual and community level, and to build a wider movement.

Job Description

Please follow the link below for the full job description for this vacancy.


  • Excellent funded training and development opportunities
  • 24 days annual leave + 8 bank holidays, increasing to 27 days after 5 years working for NEP
  • Supportive family friendly policies
  • Sick pay
  • Pension scheme (5% employer contribution)
  • Supportive team working and collaborative office environment


Please send your completed application and EDI forms to

Thank you and good luck!