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Circular Economy jobs and careers

Circular Economy is a discipline within sustainability that is an economic system and aids changes to climate change, waste, pollution and biodiversity loss.  

Why consider a career within the Circular Economy? 

This is a career that sees you working for or with clients that specialise in manufacturing design for a circular economy and for products to be reusable, which exposes you to an array of amazing industries. Your work can have you working on the design of new product innovation, whilst using recycled materials, which could range from electrical devises, recycled plastic to rather unusual materials such as potatoes or even coffee.  

What a job or career within the Circular Economy may entail… 

You often have the opportunity to work across the full product life cycle, from requirements stages through to design, production and manufacture. On a senior level, you will have a mix of innovation, leadership and hands-on design responsibilities.  

Typical role titles include: 

Mechanical Design Engineer 
Mechanical Engineer 
Electronic Design Engineer 
Electrical Engineer 
Product Design Engineer 
Operations Manager  
Materials Manager

Career progression example 

Head of Department  
Principal  
Senior 

Salary Benchmarks  

This often comes down to speciality, location, and whether you pursued a masters. 

Salaries for entry-level roles in this field range from £18k - £32k. 

On a mid-level, Engineers normally earn between £30k and £38k.  

Seniors normally earn between £35k and £45k.  

Salaries for Principal Engineers normally range between £40k to £65k. 

Is it right for me? The skills it takes... 

The following technologies and skills often appear on job descriptions; 

3D design (using software tools such as Solidworks, PTC Creo, Catia and AutoCAD), CAE, Thermodynamics, Materials selection, Stress, Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing, and Data Analysis (Matlab, ANSYS, Labview). 

What qualifications does it take? 

Often clients will look for you to hold a Bsc in Engineering, Product Design, Business, Environmental, Economics and Science. Otherwise, they will look for candidates who have undertaken an apprenticeship related to the field. An academic or industry-related technical background is normally necessary to secure a role in the field. 
 

 

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    Location:
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    Type:
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    Location:
    Remote working
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35000 - £45000
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    Senior Software Engineer

    — Neighbourly - B Corp giving platform

    Location:
    Bristol or Fully Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
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    Type:
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  • 3rd Sep

    Python Developer

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    Location:
    Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K-£55K
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    Location:
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    Type:
    Salary:
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  • 2nd Aug

    Full-Stack JavaScript Engineers

    — Popular GreenTech business

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
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  • 22nd Jul

    Head of Engineering 

    — Onshore & offshore renewable energy projects.

    Location:
    United Kingdom
    Type:
    Salary:
    £70,000 - £75,000
    •  Entrepreneurial & innovative. • Support the world’s transition to net-zero. • Substation, cable, marine systems and civil design. A fantastic opportunity to join a growing consultancy that is committed to supporting the world transition to net zero. The team delivers advisory across a wide range of projects from Onshore renewable & storage, offshore wind & marine renewables, and Oil & Gas transition.    What you’ll be doing You will be joining the technology team that operates across a wide range of projects from wind turbine applications, onsite generation, grid, and private wire projects. Strong communication skills will be required as you will need to liaise with other teams in the technology services such as Power Systems, Developments Projects, and regulations.  Attention to detail is key as you will be writing and reviewing work that will be released to clients and ensure that all work meets the requirements, with this in mind you will have an understanding of client requirements and prepare detailed proposals. Training, motoring, and developing your staff members as there are all levels of experience from associate through to principal professionals.  Supporting other Heads of department in Technology Services by contributing to the business plans and budget setting, identifying focus sectors, and new service areas, to support growth opportunities.   What experience you’ll need to apply A degree in a relevant engineering discipline.  Managing a multi-disciplinary engineering team. Onshore and offshore renewable energy projects. Mentoring staff to support development and progression. IEC, CIGRE, and the Grid Code.  Delivering complex projects.   What you’ll get in return for your experience  Salary up to £75,000, 25 days holiday + public holidays, pension 5% matched, private medical, life assurance 3x your salary, and home working.    What's next? If this sounds like the role for you, get in touch with Daniel Salway with your updated CV and we’ll handle the rest.  
  • 21st Jul

    Renewable Energy Technical Consultant

    — Wind, Solar and Battery Storage.

    Location:
    United Kingdom
    Type:
    Salary:
    Competitive (DOE)
    Supporting Net-Zero. Growth & personal development. A strong focus on the wind energy sector. This is your opportunity to join a world-leading consultancy that is passionate about the world’s transition to Net-Zero. The main sectors this consultancy support is Onshore Renewables, Battery Storage, Offshore wind, Marine Renewables and Oil & Gas Transition.    What you’ll be doing As a Renewable Energy Technical Consultant, You will be managing and leading on multiple renewable energy projects and these projects will require a high level of due diligence as you will be covering both operational and pre-construction assets. Before, during and after you will be providing clients with technical advice and guidance on the projects with a commercially minded approach.   What experience you’ll need to apply Wind turbine systems from small to MW sized turbines. SCADA monitoring systems for different wind technologies. Development and construction process for wind projects. Report writing & proposal writing. UK planning systems. Wind modelling software such as WindFarmer or windPRO would be beneficial. Knowledge of other forms of low and zero-carbon technologies would be beneficial.    What you’ll get in return for your experience  There will be room for growth and continued personal development. You will be given a competitive salary (DOE) and package which includes 25 days holiday, pension, professional membership, life assurance and private medical cover.  This role can also support flexible remote working depending on your location and situation.   What's next? If this sounds like the role for you, get in touch with Daniel Salway with your updated CV and we’ll handle the rest.    
  • 21st Jul

    Senior / Principal Recruiter

    — Sustainability

    Location:
    Bristol or remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £Base, Comm, Bonus + Shares
    Join a well-respected and successful 100% employee owned, B Corp Certified recruitment business with an extensive client base, established industry partnerships and a progressive and enjoyable environment. Enjoy a truly engaging and collaborative team environment with the entire business supporting you every step of the way. You bring the attitude and ambition and we’ll provide you with every possible tool you could wish for, a highly successful marketing programme and a personal development plan to ensure you achieve great things In 2019 ADLIB became one of a handful of B Corp recruitment businesses based in the UK. We’re committed to sustainability - economically, on a human level and for the environment.  This is a lovely role, that calls for an experienced Senior or Principal recruiter who will enjoy building on our existing client base whilst hunting down new opportunities and take things to a whole new level.  We’re seeking a Senior or Principal Recruiter with a deep understanding of sustainability issues who’d love to immerse themselves into the sector and build out a team of specialists.  What you’ll be doing We’re looking for an experienced Recruiter who is in recruitment for the long game. Ambitious, committed and authentic you’ll want to take advantage of our brand, knowledge, platform and industry contacts to support our growth. Naturally, you’ll be blown away that we’re a B Corp business and will be playing a key part in continually supporting the advancement of our certification.  You’ll make things happen, see everything as an opportunity, get a kick from winning new clients, building on existing relationships, whilst working within a structured and effective manner that builds a long-term business. You’ll quickly understand the sustainability landscape and how this sits against the business plan, initially you’ll have a broad starting point throughout sustainability that will see you move between requirements both client side and consultancy. Day to day you may be sourcing for energy specialists and analysts, partnership managers for world leading carbon credit organisations through to circular economy consultants (and much, much more in between). As you grow, the team will – operating across specialisms in line with market demand. You’ll be supported by a team approach to winning together, in the quest to collectively strengthen our proposition and success rates. In short, you'll have a team of 30 plus consultants behind you, ready to share their industry and client knowledge. You’ll also enjoy working with a highly experienced marketing team who’ll work closely to ensure our proposition and client acquisition model is maximised at all times. What experience you’ll need A successful track record in recruitment goes without saying. We want to hear from either Senior or Principal level Recruiters who share our behaviours and bring a proven desire/understanding of sustainability issues and the associated talent market  You’ll be well equipped to dig deep, source and build relationships with candidates and clients alike  The ability to immerse yourself in their worlds, network and build trust will be essential to your success, alongside maintaining ADLIB’s reputation within a busy market place. Whilst you’ll be a delivery expert, tapping into up and coming candidate markets to find solutions you’ll also enjoy developing business, winning new clients and taking our proposition to market. You’ll have impeccable communication skills, attention to detail, enjoy winning business and creating opportunities for the short and long term. As for your career, it’s entirely down to you and where you want to take it to.  What you’ll get in return for your talents Expect an adult environment, a base salary in line with your experience and previous success, share options, tax free bonus structure, 27.5 days holiday (plus bank holidays), health scheme, seriously nice offices (with a fully flexible working policy), employee council, soon to be welcomed back company lunches and drinks / pizza fridays (drinkers, non-drinkers, vegans, veggies, you'll be in good company) and most importantly, you'll be joining a collaborative team that'll have your back from day one and support you every step of the way. What's next? Get in touch with Nick for a confidential discussion.

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