Role description

Our client is seeking a knowledgeable and committed individual to lead the company’s commitment to achieving net-zero carbon in advance of 2040. The primary responsibilities are to lead the net-zero delivery at the site level and coordinate site net-zero contributions to the overall organisation. The role will coordinate, and lead net-zero progress on-site by liaising with work stream leaders to understand site requirements and site progress towards established targets as well as how the site is progressing and contributing to overall organisational net-zero targets upholding a refreshed sustainability strategy.

Knowledge, Experience and Skills

Professional Experience:

  • IEMA Certification
  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • 5+ year’s working in energy management systems developing compelling business cases for sustainability investments and delivering carbon management
  • 5+ years in program management or project management
  • 3+ years of experience in energy transactions, policy development, contract negotiation, investment models, and/or energy project finance.
  • 3+ years working across graphically dispersed teams.
  • Proven experience leading initiatives and measuring impact across a diverse set of energy procurement activities and stakeholders related to renewable energy generation, transmission, energy storage, and sustainability projects in the energy/utilities industry


  • Bachelor’s Degree (BA/BS) in Energy/Engineering/Environment sustainability/Biological Sciences
  • Master’s Degree desirable.

Josh joined Thomas Thor in October 2021 as a Senior-Level Recruitment Consultant with more than 8+ years’ experience successfully placing hundreds of candidates. Josh has a strong desire to help people grow in their careers. Josh takes the time to personally connect with every candidate, getting to know what their career goals and aspirations are, and what we can do to help each candidate achieve these goals. Josh specializes in Contingent and Retained Searches within the Nuclear Industry.

Josh Futrel