Vacancy – Energy Adviser Administrator

REAP Energy Adviser Administrator

Job Description:

Working as part of the REAP team in this long-established environmental charity.

Responsibilities include:

· Working with the Project Manager and other REAP staff team members.

· Administration of all REAP’s projects

· Dealing with enquiries to REAP by phone, email or in person to and signposting to other project staff and volunteers.

· To help deliver support for REAP fuel project work.

· Make fuel bank and food parcel referrals, replying to organisations referring to the REAP energy project and other associated paperwork.

· Entering relevant details onto the REAP database system in compliance with GDPR and REAP policies and procedures.

· Attending team meetings and working as part of the REAP Energy Advice team.

· Assisting with financial records and accounts, including cash book, processing staff and volunteer expenses.

· Social media posting and maintenance.

· Management and development of web site & IT resources.

· Designing, production & promotion of marketing materials and leaflets.

· Creating events through Eventbrite and handle bookings.

· Purchasing of materials & equipment.

· Other tasks to deliver on REAP’s projects and income-generating activity.


You will be line managed by the REAP Manager.

Post Terms & Conditions

· Salary: £18,200

· Hours: 35 hours per week with the option of a job share (part time)

· Base: REAP Office in Keith with hybrid options for job share, home working negotiable

· Holiday entitlement – 34 days pro rata (including public holidays)

· Pension

The post will be a fixed term contract for 12 months with option to extend subject to funding.

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This post is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund.

Job Types: Full-time, Fixed term contract

Contract length: 12 months

Salary:  £18,200.00 per year


Monday to Friday

Work Location: Hybrid remote in Keith

Application deadline: 16/06/2023

Reference ID: EAA0523

Expected start date: June 2023

This post is funded by the National Lottery Community fund.