Full Time – UK
Northern Gas and Power (a subsidiary of Global Procurement Group) is a global energy procurement consultant and is the largest energy consultancy in Europe. We guide businesses of all sizes ranging from SMEs to global organisations in purchasing their energy contracts.
We set up comprehensive strategies for organisations to procure their energy contracts; negotiate contracts with energy suppliers; introduce and operate risk management frameworks; collect, check, and analyse invoices; and calculate organisations’ GHG emissions and carbon footprints.
Our consultancy is supported by our unique ClearVUE platform that brings together and visualises information from a global energy portfolio down to the last detail – helping our clients work towards their net zero goals and ensuring compliance with climate-related legislation.
Our people are what define us. Every day we empower our employees to achieve more and explore exciting career opportunities. Employee wellbeing is at the forefront of our organisational values, consistently making Northern Gas and Power the employer of choice within the B2B energy procurement sector.
We are a global organisation. Our workforce is 850+ strong, spanning across three continents with modern and vibrant offices in the UK, France, Malta, India, and the USA.
Reporting to the Head Office Learning and Development Team, part of the Global People Team, our Performance Improvement Trainer will focus on key areas of the colleague life-cycle. This will include the full onboarding process, including induction training and post induction training support through the form of coaching and development and general people wellbeing.
At Northern Gas and Power, we ensure all our colleagues are provided with outstanding Training and Development. We’re looking to add a Performance Improvement Trainer to our team to:
You must have evidence of the right to work in the country you are applying. Certain roles may require applicants to undergo a criminal record check and/or credit check. This will be confirmed to you during the recruitment process accordingly. We have a written policy on the recruitment of ex-offenders and a copy of the policy can be requested prior to your application should you wish.
Due to the high number of applicants if you have not heard back from us within 2 weeks of applying, please consider your application unsuccessful on this occasion. If your skills and competencies develop we would be happy to see a further application from you at that time. We welcome people to apply again after a period of 6 months.