SEAI is central to delivering a more sustainable energy future for everyone. Join us and make a real impact in tackling our climate challenges.

Why work with us?

Our role is to transform the way we all use energy by moving to more efficient and clean sources, and by leading innovation in Ireland’s approach to energy. If you are interested in working in an organisation that has a real and measurable impact on tackling our climate challenges, then consider a career with SEAI.

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Current roles

Programme Executive – Sustainable Energy Communities

We are currently recruiting for a Programme Executive – Sustainable Energy Communities. The successful candidate will provide support to the Programme Manager in the expansion and development of the Sustainable Energy Communities Programme. Applications must be submitted by 12 noon on Thursday 27th February 2020.

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Programme Executive – Energy Efficiency

We are currently recruiting for a Programme Executive - Energy Efficiency. The successful candidate will actively support the ongoing Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme (EEOS) programme development and oversight. The programme is strategic with delegated function to achieve national energy saving targets as set by the Energy Efficiency Directive. The Programme Executive – Energy Efficiency will be exposed to and have responsibilities assigned in all aspects of energy credit management derived through Obligated Parties and interaction with SEAI programmes and policies across all sectors.Applications must be submitted by 12 noon on Thursday 27th February 2020.

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Programme Executive – Energy Modelling

We are currently recruiting for a Programme Executive – Energy Modelling. The successful candidate will join an analytical and technically expert team within SEAI who are focussed on understanding energy systems and providing evidence-based solutions to inform decision-making. This role is responsible for providing detailed technical analysis to support the work of the Energy Modelling Group and the wider Policy Insights and Design team. Applications must be submitted by 12 noon on Thursday 27th February 2020.

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