Retrofit Coordinator:

A Retrofit Coordinator will manage a retrofit project from inception to completion, and will need to liaise with building owners, Retrofit Assessors, Retrofit Designers and Retrofit Installers to ensure effective end-to-end project management.

To comply with PAS 2035 every domestic retrofit project will need to be managed by an approved Retrofit Coordinator. A Retrofit Coordinator is the individual who will be responsible for overseeing the assessment of dwellings as well as the subsequent specification, monitoring, and evaluation of energy efficiency measures, in accordance with PAS 2035.

Essential

  • Lived experience of carrying out retrofit works in a domestic setting and experience of working with domestic Insulation clients.
  • An understanding of the principles of Building Physics as relating to the fabric of existing buildings and the potential consequences of retrofit energy efficiency measures.
  • A good understanding of a range of building services systems – particularly heating and ventilation systems.
  • Clarity in the use of written communications i.e., email, letters, texts.
  • Ability to talk confidently to other project stakeholders eg householders, contractors, planners, architects, engineers, building control officers etc
  • Understanding of when to seek clarification from other colleagues or experts.
  • Professional understanding of PAS2035.

Desirable

  • Experience and understanding of commissioning in mechanical and electrical systems (ventilation and heat)
  • Comfortable taking part in knowledge exchange and group learning exercises
  • Can critically reflect on projects and participate openly and honestly in project debriefs and take on board constructive criticism from colleagues.
  • Experience of on-site monitoring tools and their appropriate use, e.g.,
    ○ Thermal imaging ○ Air Pressure tests ○ Moisture meters ○ Ventilation systems

Qualifications:

Level 5 Diploma in Retrofit Coordination and Risk Management

Note: This role involves providing services in the homes of vulnerable customers. If your application is successful, we will require you to complete a Basic Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check, relevant to the post that you have applied for, at the point that we issue your offer letter. You will be required to present your original ID documents to support your DBS application. If you are unable to present these documents later, you may provide them at the interview stage. A list of suitable documents can be found on the Gov.uk website. Failure to declare any unspent conviction(s) may disqualify you from the appointment, or result in dismissal if information subsequently comes to light. The disclosure of unspent criminal conviction(s) will not necessarily exclude you from appointment.  You must only declare at interview, any convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings that are not “spent” as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.

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