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Performance Optimisation - Lead Engineer

EC1M 6PB, London
circa £73,000 + great benefits
Closing date
12 Jun 2024

Job Details

Here's what you'll be doing

Are you ready to be at the forefront of delivering a sustainable energy future? City Energy Solutions (CES) is on a mission to revolutionise the energy landscape and become the go-to energy partner. With our rapidly growing and diverse range of operational assets, we're offering an exceptional opportunity for a dynamic individual to step into the role of Performance Optimisation Lead Engineer.

About CES

At CES, we're not just in the energy business; we're in the business of transformation. Our innovative and diverse portfolio of operational assets presents an exciting and challenging playground for talented professionals. As the Performance Optimisation Lead Engineer, you will play a pivotal role in enhancing the performance, integrity and customer experience of our district energy schemes.

Your impact

As the Lead Performance Optimisation Engineer, you'll be driving innovation and excellence in asset performance. You'll leverage your deep understanding of Energy Centre technology, including control systems, distribution networks, customer heat interface units and heat pumps, to lead end-to-end projects that elevate our fleet of assets. You'll collaborate closely with the Maintenance and Operational teams, ensuring enhancements that span from financial performance to technical integrity.

Key responsibilities include

  • Harnessing extensive knowledge and experience in heat and chill networks.
  • Applying operational insight from energy, petrochemicals, and asset-based industries.
  • Managing commercial and technical performance in power/heat plants.
  • Overseeing on-site projects and engaging stakeholders.
  • Delivering exceptional customer service within a 24/7 environment.
  • Thinking strategically and fostering cross-business commitment.
  • Challenging the status quo to push boundaries forward.
  • Utilising project management expertise.
  • Ensuring health and safety across complex commercial environments.

What we need from you

  • An engineering qualification (degree or HNC) with extensive experience.
  • Extensive knowledge of control systems and control philosophy.
  • Proficiency in designing, commissioning, and maintaining diverse engineering assets.
  • Knowledge of relevant regulations and standards (CDM, HASWA, IGEM, etc.).
  • Experience with Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS).
  • IT proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Project and more.
  • Exceptional communication and influencing skills.

Why choose CES

Join CES and become part of a dynamic and forward-thinking team that values innovation, collaboration, and sustainability. We offer:

  • The opportunity to shape a more sustainable energy future.
  • A diverse and exciting range of operational assets to work with.
  • Career growth and development opportunities.
  • Collaboration across international cultures.
  • An inclusive and empowering work environment.

Ready to be the driving force behind a sustainable energy revolution? Apply now to embark on this thrilling journey with CES and make your mark on the future.

Here’s what you need to know

  • The salary for this role is circa £73,000.
  • This role is based at our Citigen site in Central London with travel predominantly within the London area. You’ll spend around 3 days a week on-site.
  • This role comes with a company car or car allowance of £5,700.
  • There is a London allowance of £3,550.
  • This is a permanent role.
  • We will be inviting successful candidates to interview on an ongoing basis, so please apply at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.
  • Our market-leading benefits package includes 26 days holiday + bank holidays, a generous pension scheme, life cover, bonus, and the chance to choose from 20 flexible benefits with tax and/or NI savings. 


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