Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is central to delivering a more sustainable energy future for everyone. Our role is to transform the waywe all use energy by moving to more efficient and clean sources, and by leading innovation in Ireland's approach to energy.
We are currently recruiting for a new position within SEAI's new Behavioual Economics Unit.
Programme Manager, Behavioural Economics Unit
The Behavioural Economics Unit is a newly established team within SEAI’s the Low Carbon Technologies Department. The overarching ambition is to help citizens and business to avail of the benefits of clean energy – both energy efficiency and renewable energy - through the use of behavioural insights and rigorous evaluation.
The role of the Programme Manager is to lead and develop the Behavioural Economics Unit in SEAI to inform strategy and delivery. We are seeking someone with the ability to quickly understand current needs, challenges and opportunities and to translate these into an achievable and pragmatic work plan.
The salary for this post is the Level E scale (as at 01 April 2017); €65,093, €66,407, €68,773, €71,510, €74,247, €77,358, €79,637 (after 3 years’ service in the grade) and €81,914 (after 6 years’ service in the grade) in accordance with National Pay Agreements.
CLOSING DATE: Thursday 4th May 2017at 5.00pm GMT.
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