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We want people who are not just excited by what we do, but by why and how we do it. Our staff are energized by our values and ethos, and we want them to become ambassadors for a culture that aims to think better, advise better, engage with clients better and deliver better.

If you have the commitment to continuously improve, to be a great team player and to be passionate about clients, then we would like to hear from you – please submit your resume and cover letter to careers@anthesisgroup.com.

Partner organizations

Anthesis actively invests in a network of partner organizations so that we can provide more diverse services and capabilities to our clients. If your organization or business is interested in partnering with Anthesis, please contact us at info@anthesisgroup.com.

Current Open Positions

Python/Django Developer, UK

Senior Analyst or Advanced Analytics Professional, US

Principal Consultant, EU

Sustainability Data Analyst, UK

Senior Associate, Bristol, UK

Senior Engineer, Bristol, UK

Engineer, Bristol, UK

Finance Business Partner, Bristol, UK

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Position: Python / Django developer
Location: One of our key “hubs” Oxford, London, Manchester or Bristol
Practice area: Software

 

Summary of role: Anthesis, a fast-growing sustainability and technology consultancy, is looking for a skilled Python / Django developer to join our UK software team (in), working on ground-breaking software based on scalable, open source technology for a range of interesting clients.

Your technical skills

  • Degree-educated (computing, mathematics, engineering or physical sciences preferred) or equivalent experience
  • Strong Python / Django skills
  • Familiarity with SQL databases, particularly MySQL and PostgreSQL
  • Experience with version control systems (ideally with git)
  • Good knowledge of web development basics: HTML, CSS, accessibility, responsive design
  • JavaScript (experience with frameworks like Angular.js or React.js helpful)
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a distributed team

Optional:

  • GNU/Linux systems administration
  • PHP / Moodle development skills
  • Familiarity with numerical analysis/data modelling
  • User interface & user experience design skills
  • Experience working in the environmental sustainability sector
  • Understanding of Agile project management

Your personal attributes

  • Passion for and commitment to improving sustainability
  • Innovative and creative thinking
  • Self-motivation and confidence
  • Attention to quality and detail
  • Organisation and efficiency
  • Good spoken and written communication
  • Proven ability to perform well in dynamic situations

Responsibilities include

Design & implementation:

  • Support analysts and project directors in translating client requirements into clear and concise functional, user and technical specifications for new software
  • Plan and execute delivery of bespoke software, keeping project managers and directors well-informed about project progress
  • Maintain high quality documentation systems covering all aspects of the software development and maintenance

Product and service development:

  • Apply previous experience and/or creative thinking to add value to the new product development process
  • Help create dynamic products with exceptional intuitiveness and ease of use

Team support:

  • Support the Team Leader and Directors as required in the effective delivery of the overall Anthesis strategy
  • Play a full part in the Anthesis team including supporting colleagues in all areas of the business

To apply please submit your CV and a covering letter to UKCareers@anthesisgroup.com. All applications must address the above listed skills and experience requirements. Successful applicants will be invited to interview at our Oxford or London offices.

Anthesis is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. No recruitment agencies, please.

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Position: Senior Analyst
Location: United States (preferably in Boulder, CO, Seattle, WA, or Minneapolis, MN)
Practice Area: Analytics
Role: Full-time 
Salary: Competitive

Summary of role: Anthesis, a rapidly growing global sustainability consultancy, is looking for a Senior Analyst to join the business.  This will be a new role to support our growing Analytics team and will report directly to the Analytics Practice Leaders.

As a Senior Analyst, you will work with a small, agile, growing team that brings innovative sustainability solutions to market in support of our global consulting offerings. Your projects and clients will span across a diverse set of industries and require engagement with clients, and their suppliers, around the world.

Your responsibilities will include:

 Project management and delivery:

  • Provide clients with insight into sustainability topics impacting their operations, supply chain, and other aspects of their business
  • Create dynamic and innovative Analytics deliverables, e.g. dashboards, spreadsheets and reports, with exceptional intuitiveness and ease of use
  • Ensure data collection & analysis of environmental metrics are maintained and streamlined to influence business decisions
  • Communicate complex technical ideas to non-technical stakeholders
  • Lead the project planning and delivery aspects of a new or existing sustainability Analytics projects
  • Develop relationships with client’s key decision‐makers

Product and service development:

  • Work with the Analytics team to further the development of the company’s innovative processes & tools to collect, analyze, and visualize sustainability metrics
  • Create frameworks to integrate data sets from disparate sources that can be updated periodically
  • Work with clients and the internal Analytics team to specify innovative business-facing data collection and analytics tools
  • Work with internal project management to grow skills and to ensure that consistency and quality is delivered across projects delivered within the program
  • Play a full part in the Anthesis team including supporting colleagues in all areas of the business

 Requirements

 The ideal applicant must be able to demonstrate excellent technical skills, an entrepreneurial attitude and be highly motivated.

 Minimum qualifications:

  • BA/BS degree in mathematics, engineering, science, economics or related field or equivalent practical experience
  • 5 to 10 years of experience quantifying, tracking, and mitigating environmental impacts and/or risks
  • Proficiency with Tableau
  • Ability to abstract information requirements from real-world processes to understand the information flows
  • Ability to communicate complex ideas and solutions to a non-technical audience via visualizations, presentations and/or reports
  • Ability to work in a team across different time zones
  • Experience with analytics including with Excel database manipulation
  • Experience conducting QA/QC in spreadsheets or data sets

Desirable skills:

  • Ability to conduct complex impact analysis with limited/imperfect data and use it to influence cross functional business decisions
  • Experience in the environmental sustainability sphere, covering topics such as greenhouse gas inventories, life cycle assessments and sustainability reporting
  • Experience supporting supplier audits, environmental programs, and supplier capacity development
  • Experience driving programs from start to finish with diverse stakeholders using data integrity and efficient data management processes
  • Knowledge of SQL databases and VBA

Personal attributes and qualities:

  • Passion for and commitment to improving sustainability
  • Innovative and creative thinking
  • Self-motivation and confidence
  • Organization and efficiency
  • Good communication

To apply please submit your resume and a cover letter. All applications must address the above listed skills and experience requirements.

Anthesis is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

No recruitment agencies, please.

Interested?  Please send your CV to careers@anthesisgroup.com.

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Position: Principal Consultant
Location: Europe
Practice Area: Sustainable Chemistry
Role: Full-time 
Salary: Competitive

Summary of role: Anthesis, a rapidly growing global sustainability consultancy, is looking for a Principal Consultant to join the business.  As a Principal Consultant within Sustainable Chemistry you will be advising trade associations and individual clients in their technical strategic planning and response to regulatory developments within Europe. Your technical knowledge and ability to project manage complex projects and multidisciplinary groups as well as provide timely, clear communications will be essential to the success of this role.

Requirements

  • Professional required with at least 5 years’ experience in Regulatory Affairs, Product Stewardship or Product Management in a materials-focused sector.
  • Must have science degree (preferably chemistry) with experience of working with technically complex products and the regulatory environment in which they are sold and used.
  • Direct experience in the chemicals industry or with downstream users of chemicals would be a distinct advantage, especially if this includes dealing with polymers.
  • Ideally, the candidate will have several years of management experience and have led task-driven teams with budgetary accountability.
  • Experience of the consultancy sector would be a further advantage.
  • The candidate should be looking for their next career step to encompass business unit management.

A certain amount of European travel will be required.

To apply please submit your resume and a cover letter. All applications must address the above listed skills and experience requirements.

Anthesis is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

No recruitment agencies, please.

Interested?  Please send your CV to UKcareers@anthesisgroup.com.

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Position: Sustainability Data Analyst
Location: Initial period in Oxford, UK, then preferred location in one of Anthesis’ key UK “hubs” namely Oxford, London, Manchester
Practice Area: Analytics
Role: Full‐time
Remuneration range: Competitive

 

Summary of role: Anthesis, a rapidly growing global sustainability, product and supply chain and technology consultancy, is looking for a Data Analyst to join the business.

Data  analysts  provide  the  data,  calculations  and  analyses  which  are  core  to  Anthesis.  Your  work  will  support  the  core  values of the business which are:

  • Delivering business value to our clients
  • Effectively communicating sustainability
  • Making a difference
  • Performing technical calculations in the context of wide ranging projects
  • Performing  detailed  calculations  to  determine  material  flows,  greenhouse  gas  emissions, ecological  footprints and other environmental, economic and social metrics, as may be required

You will be joining the UK part of the Global Analytics Team. The Global Team offers world class expertise in sustainability analytics to support our global consulting business and offerings.

Responsibilities include

  • Data modelling
  • Data model quality assurance
  • Life cycle product supply chain mapping
  • Report writing
  • Technical research and results dissemination
  • Attend client meetings as required by relationship manager

The above is not an exhaustive list of duties, and you will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by your changing role within the company, and the overall business objectives of the company.

Requirements

  • 1st Class or 2:1 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) Bachelors/Master’s Degree
  • 1 to 2 years’ experience in relevant work or research position
  • Excellent Excel skills
  • Ability to think logically and organise data
  • Self motivation and curiosity
  • Team player
  • Right to work in the UK
  • Desirable: working knowledge of Tableau software platform
  • Desirable: Programming

Anthesis is an equal opportunity employer. The aim of our policy is to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.

To apply please send your CV and a covering email to ukcareers@anthesisgroup.com.

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Position: Senior Associate
Location: Bristol, UK
Practice Area:  Energy Management
Role: Full-time
Remuneration range: Competitive

 

Summary of  role: The Energy Management team is dedicated to overcoming the obstacles that prevent organisations from minimising their energy and carbon footprint. Our work includes a range of strategic, organisational, analytical, regulatory and technical projects that all result in lower costs, reduced risk and a cleaner brand for our clients.

Responsible for designing, securing and delivering projects, the Senior Associate will be skilled at recognising client requirements; proposing practical solutions; and managing the delivery of work on time and on budget. The Senior Associate will develop and manage key client relationships and will be confident in promoting Sustain’s work through industry publications and networking events.

The role holder will provide leadership on a specific area of expertise related to energy and carbon management, while maintaining a broad understanding of the wider energy and sustainability landscape. Due to the varied nature of the work, the Senior Associate will need to collaborate with other team members to share skills and knowledge, in order to provide the best possible outcomes for our clients and for the planet. A commitment to continual learning is therefore a key requirement of the role.

The ideal candidate will have a strong grounding in relevant technical disciplines whilst having demonstrated a successful client development track record.

Responsibilities include

  • Introduce our services to new audiences.
  • Develop winning propositions for new and existing clients.
  • Manage formal tender submissions, often to tight timescales.
  • Build strong and lasting relationships with clients and industry influencers.
  • Assist in developing new services and reaching new markets.
  • Translate client requirements into fully-costed, tailored project plans.
  • Deliver high quality projects, on time and on budget.
  • Project-manage the delivery of work by other staff or contractors.
  • Support other team members with project sales and delivery.
  • Develop innovative new work tools, procedures and methodologies.
  • Share specialist knowledge to upskill the team.
  • Inspire our clients to progress towards a low-carbon economy.

Requirements

  • A degree (or equivalent) in science, engineering or a relevant subject is essential.
  • A post-graduate qualification in a relevant discipline is desirable.
  • Membership of a professional body in a relevant environmental, engineering or energy-related field is also desirable.

Knowledge and expertise:

  • Up-to-date knowledge of the sustainability sector: for example key players, policy landscape and core types of services.
  • A track record in consultative sales and/or account management.
  • Specialist knowledge in a specific area of energy management, for example strategy development; compliance; energy management systems, demand side response, procurement, carbon offsetting, smart energy, behaviour change, energy performance contracts or building services technologies.
  • Existing industry profile, networks and connections.
  • Experience in designing practical, fully-costed project plans that deliver outcomes to meet and exceed client requirements.
  • Ability to interpret and present complex data (or engineering conclusions) as non-technical advice and insight.
  • Applied knowledge of energy management in a specific sector (such as manufacturing, commercial property, retail, facilities management, healthcare or local government) would be desirable.

Essential skills:

  • Outstanding verbal communication and presentation skills.
  • Ability to relate to people at all levels, from the plant-room to the board-room.
  • Crystal-clear technical writing.
  • Ability to author compelling business cases, case studies and opinion pieces.
  • Fluency with MS Office, SharePoint, Skype or similar administrative tools.
  • Project management competencies.
  • Client management competencies.
  • Advanced Excel/Access skills, including handling large data sets.
  • Numerical analysis and data modelling skills.
  • Research and intelligence-gathering skills.
  • Software development skills would be an advantage.

Key performance indicators:

  • Value of business secured.
  • Project profitability.
  • Customer satisfaction and repeat business.
  • Team performance.

To apply for this position, please email a CV and covering letter to careers@sustain.co.uk.

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Position: Senior Engineer
Location: Bristol, UK
Practice Area:  Energy Systems Engineering
Role: Full-time
Remuneration range: Competitive

Summary of  role: This is a wide-ranging, senior role undertaking a variety of technical energy consulting projects, including district heating, energy demand and infrastructure analysis, low carbon energy strategies, and renewable energy generation. Key areas of the role will include design, project management, client management, developing new propositions and strategic input to the rapid growth of our established team.

Responsibilities include

Project delivery

  • Detailed design of heating, power and cooling energy systems (including district heating), mapping and modelling demand, sizing plant, specifying equipment.
  • Supporting our wider consultancy practice as required to deliver high quality technical analysis and reports including energy audits, stock assessments, scoping studies, options appraisals and detailed engineering design. Identifying and prioritising cost-effective energy efficiency solutions (both supply and demand).
  • Preparing detailed drawings, specifications and subsequent tender documentation.
  • Preparation of project cost estimates.
  • Project management including the co-ordination of technical, commercial and procurement advice from internal and external associates.
  • Delivering projects on time and on budget to high customer satisfaction.
  • Acting as Client’s Engineer or Client’s Project Manager to ensure best value is obtained from contractors.
  • Advising clients on options, risks and mitigation.
  • Operating embedded within the client’s office where required.
  • Peer review and authorisation of colleagues’ work.
  • Overseeing and inspection of installations, commissioning, organising and assessing the work of contractors.
  • Mentoring less experienced engineers.

Relationship management

  • Managing multiple client relationships, liaising with clients to determine their requirements and assisting with on-going enquires.

Commercials

  • Achieving project profitability.
  • Tracking costs, managing and forecasting spend, ensuring that projects are kept to budget.
  • Managing resources and invoicing.
  • Providing technical support to sales colleagues ensuring proposals are correctly scoped and priced.

Strategic

  • Supporting the development of new propositions, identifying market needs and subsequent opportunities.
  • Spotting innovations and making the business case for pursuing them.

Requirements

  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar client-facing role in the energy or wider building services/energy efficiency industry.
  • Experience of working on heat networks from communal to district scale.
  • Degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent.
  • Chartered Engineer with CIBSE or IMechE, or be proactively working towards chartership.

Knowledge and expertise:

  • Expertise in generation technologies and renewable or low carbon heat/power sources including CHP, heat pumps, gas/biomass boilers, controls.
  • Expertise in heat networks and distribution systems including hydraulic modelling.
  • Knowledge of building fabric, such as insulation measures, construction materials and systems.
  • Knowledge of energy efficiency measures including LED lighting.
  • Knowledge of design issues associated with installation, mechanical and electrical requirements.
  • Knowledge of current Building Regulations.

Essential skills:

  • Very strong technical skills including applying engineering first principles.
  • Ability to calculate carbon savings, fuel cost savings and whole life costings of measures.
  • Client and stakeholder management (internal and external), interpersonal and communication skills, managing clients expectations, promoting excellent working relationships.
  • Negotiation and persuasion to support sales colleagues through both account management and successful tender submissions.
  • Project management techniques to deliver technical, multi-stakeholder projects on time and on budget.
  • Advance excel skills. spreadsheet manipulation, complex calculations and production of graphics.

Desirable experience, knowledge, skills and qualifications

  • Experience working with Local Authorities.
  • Experience managing third party contractors.
  • CIBSE Low Carbon Consultant.
  • CIBSE Heat Networks Consultant.
  • Use of AutoCAD and modelling software such as EnergyPro, IES, Hevacomp, and Revit.

Special requirements

  • Willing to travel and visit clients across the UK.
  • The role may include some out-of-hours work.
  • Clean driving licence.

To apply for this position, please email a CV and covering letter to careers@sustain.co.uk.

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Position: Engineer
Location: Bristol, UK
Practice Area:  Energy Systems Engineering
Role: Full-time
Remuneration range: Competitive

Summary of  role: We are seeking a low carbon engineer with a mechanical and electrical building services background to join our well-established team. Our work covers the whole spectrum of carbon and energy reduction in buildings from consultancy through to installation of energy efficient technologies. With a wide portfolio of clients and projects the work is interesting and rewarding. We also offer an excellent benefits package.

Purpose of role: To provide technical expertise and support with the implementation of energy saving measures and renewable energy technologies in buildings for private and public sector clients. Primarily, this role will concentrate on communal and district scale heating, power and cooling networks.

Responsibilities include

  • Delivery of high quality technical analysis and reports encompassing energy/performance audits, options appraisals, scoping studies and detailed engineering design.
  • Conducting site visits in order to survey buildings and energy system installations.
  • Conceptual mechanical/HVAC design.
  • Preparing scheme designs, equipment sizing, heat loss and gain calculations, bill of quantities.
  • Preparing detailed drawings, specifications and project cost estimates.
  • Meeting with clients to determine requirements, assisting with enquiries, managing expectations.
  • Communicating with external contractors and suppliers.
  • Providing technical support and guidance to our commercial teams.
  • Assisting with preparation of tender submissions.

Requirements

  • A minimum of 2 years’ experience in a similar role in the energy or wider building services/energy efficiency industry, working in low carbon engineering and promoting energy efficiency.
  • Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
  • Chartered Engineer or proactively working towards chartership with CIBSE or IMechE.

Knowledge and expertise:

  • Specific knowledge of district and/or communal heating systems and pipework, together with general heating, cooling and ventilation systems.
  • Building fabric and M&E building services to conduct energy audits and options appraisals.
  • Energy efficiency measures associated with building fabric and building mechanical and electrical systems, including renewable or low carbon heat/power sources, controls, LED lighting, voltage optimisation.
  • Knowledge of current Building Regulations.

Essential skills:

  • Strong technical skills.
  • Ability to calculate thermal heat gains and losses, carbon savings, fuel cost savings and whole-life costings of measures.
  • Good communication skills in order to liaise with clients and colleagues in person and in writing as well as managing clients’ expectations.
  • Strong report writing and presentation skills.
  • Ability to manage one’s own project timing and work within budgets.
  • Ability to work as an individual and as part of a team.
  • Advanced excel skills; spreadsheet manipulation, complex calculations and production of graphics.

Desirable experience, knowledge, skills and qualifications

  • Previous experience of both commercial and residential projects.
  • Previous experience of new build and retrofit projects.
  • CIBSE Low Carbon Consultant.
  • CIBSE Heat Networks Consultant.
  • AutoCAD and 3D modelling and calculations software such as EnergyPro, IES, Hevacomp, and BIM Revit.
  • GIS mapping.
  • Databases such as MS Access or SQL Server.
  • Building Management Systems (BMS).
  • Energy metering and data analysis, monitoring.
  • IMPVP.
  • Part L2A compliance assessments.

Special requirements

  • Willing to travel and visit clients cross the UK.
  • The role may include some out-of-hours work.
  • Clean driving licence.

To apply for this position, please email a CV and covering letter to careers@sustain.co.uk.

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Position: Finance business partner
Location: Bristol, UK
Practice Area:Finance
Role: Full-time
Remuneration range: Competitive

 

Summary of role: Following a number of acquisitions and a recent promotion, the UK finance function is being restructured to meet the businesses needs. The Finance Business Partner is a new and exciting role responsible for supporting operational stakeholders in achieving their business goals and delivering business unit strategy. The Finance Business Partner will work closely with senior management and will play a key role in delivering the objectives of this exciting fast-paced business.As part of the restructure, we are also implementing a new ERP system and the Finance Business Partner will work alongside the FD to ensure the system is implemented on time and meets business objectives.

Responsibilities

  • Build and manage effective relationships with stakeholders to provide a trusted, single point of contact between the finance function and the business.
  • Preparation and analysis of monthly management accounts including full and detailed analysis of performance against targets.
  • Provide clear financial analysis to support the decision-making process including pricing, profitability and cash flow requirements.
  • Support and work in partnership with MD, FD and senior management team to meet operational and strategic objectives.
  • Implement ERP system to deliver business objectives.

Requirements

  • Qualified Accountant (CIMA/ACCA) with minimum of 5 years’ experience.
  • Experience of building relationships and the ability to impact and influence senior non-financial management.
  • Excellent communication skills, including the proven ability to engage with stakeholders at all levels.
  • Experience of implementing ERP or accounting systems.

Skills/competencies required

  • Energetic, highly motivated, with an enquiring mind and passion for excellence in pursuit of business success.
  • Strong analytical skills and proactive problem solver.
  • Advance excel skills with experience of data modelling/manipulating large sets of data.
  • Commercial with strong business acumen.
  • Proactive approach to anticipate business needs.
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines in a dynamic environment.

To apply for this position, please email a CV and covering letter to careers@sustain.co.uk.

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