As the market-leader in sustainability and safety recruitment for two decades, Acre is highly experienced at placing individuals in energy management roles globally.

What is energy management?

Energy management is the process of monitoring, controlling and conserving energy; it is key to saving energy within an organisation.
The importance of energy management cannot be understated - there is a global need to save energy which impacts energy prices, emissions targets and legislation.
Globally, we need to save energy in order to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and to reduce the damaging effect we are having on the planet.

What does a 'typical'​ energy manager role look like?

Working in the energy sector gives you the opportunity to be at the forefront of an exciting and growing industry, in addition to playing your part in protecting the environment.

As international efforts to tackle climate change gain momentum, the energy sector has a crucial role to play.

What type of energy management jobs can you find with Acre?

We partner with companies to place industry leaders in energy management jobs around the world.
We work with a range of companies on roles relating to energy, clean technology, carbon and climate change.​
Our energy manager jobs cover such areas as;

  • Carbon reduction

  • Managing energy & carbon reporting

  • Supporting efforts toward net zero targets

You can browse a handful of our latest energy management jobs in energy efficiency, renewable energy and clean technology here, or use our full job search here.

What energy management skills do companies need?

At Acre, we believe that both technical and non-technical skills are vital for success. That’s why when we recruit for energy management roles, we look at both technical expertise and non-technical skills too.

The level of technical skills required will depend on the specifics of each role, the company itself and the individual themselves. Currently, due to the demand for energy management jobs due to the climate emergency, there is a shortage of energy management professionals within this industry.

We assess applicants against our bespoke competency framework of non-technical skills, which is made up of data from over 2,000 purpose-driven professionals.
Read more about our leadership assessments here.

Are there any energy management jobs available?

For over two decades, we’ve been connecting exceptional, ambitious individuals with organisations that want to make a real difference to the world.

Whether you are looking to fill or create energy management roles, our energy & cleantech recruitment team can help. We will form a deep understanding of your goals and ambitions to find the best solutions for you.

Click here to find out more about our energy and cleantech recruitment services and energy manager vacancies. If your business is looking to fill or create energy management roles, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

What other types of energy and cleantech careers are available?

At Acre, we connect exceptional people with organisations that want to make a real difference.

We don’t just recruit for energy management jobs, instead we recruit across the whole energy & cleantech sector. The roles we recruit for include:

  • Energy consulting

  • Renewable energy

  • Sustainable buildings

    Regretfully, we cannot support general career enquiries or early career advice; however, whether you're beginning your career or you're an experienced professional interested in making a career change, the information on our career advice hub here might set you on the right path.

    If you'd like to invite purpose into your life through the work that you do, or if your business is interested in our services, please get in touch today!

What are some useful resources for energy managers to have?

If you’re interested in learning more about energy & cleantech recruitment trends, or if you’re interested in energy management careers, click here to read some of our latest thought leadership.

​​If your business is interested in our services, please contact us today. We regret we are unable to support career enquiries via the form below, but please review our current opportunities in our jobs section.

If you are seeking a career change to move into the areas we support, please see a useful list of resources to aid your search here.