Do you fancy a new challenge?

Carbon emissions from Britain’s electricity sector are continuing to reduce, with renewables and demand reduction technologies set to compete with traditional power sources. This transition to more sustainable sources of electrcity generation and smarter grid management is set to accelerate under the UK Government’s net zero ambition for 2050.

Come and join us as we look beyond delivery of our statutory duties and help address the challenges facing the electricity sector as markets evolve. We work closely with government (our shareholder is BEIS), the regulator (Ofgem) and other delivery partners to evolve the current Contracts for Difference (CFD) and Capacity Market (CM) schemes.

You don’t have to work at a large power plant to have a career in renewable energy. At the Low Carbon Contracts Company, the commercial contracting side of projects always needs managing, but we also need financial experts, policy advisors, legal specialists and business administrators as we support growth in the number of contracts that are awarded in our two schemes.

Our opportunities cover a variety of roles, each helping us achieve our strategic goals – so do explore our current vacancies.

By working within the sector you are helping to build Britain’s future energy system, powered by low carbon and renewable electricity sources.


Find out more in About us.

A Company built on Values

LCCC’s Vision is to

“ accelerate the delivery of Net Zero.”

LCCC’s Mission is to

“…to shape and implement schemes which enable low-carbon investment at least cost to the consumer.”

In working towards these goals we follow five core values, which outline how we will behave towards each other and our stakeholders. They are key to successfully delivering our strategy. We encourage all our people to play their role in bringing our values to life, whatever job they do..  

We recognise and celebrate employees who effectively demonstrate our values with annual values recognition awards, and every month we encourage staff to nominate their colleagues to gain that little extra recognition.

Our 5 Core Values


  • Exceed expectations and add value every time
  • Collaborate to achieve collective success
  • Celebrate success


  • Respect and value each other’s differences
  • Seek diverse perspectives to optimise the solution
  • Listen actively and keep an open mind


  • Pursue bold and better ways to change
  • Challenge yourself and others to improve
  • Be proactive and respond with energy


  • Build trusted and trusting relationships
  • Take accountability for your actions
  • Demonstrate honesty and professionalism


  • Empower colleagues to take the lead
  • Inspire confidence in our ability to deliver
  • Promote and objective and impartial view

Be a vital part of the team

Being people-centric is at the heart of our company strategy as we develop, foster and maintain a highly-skilled and motivated workforce.


Everyone plays a vital role in driving our business forward to achieve our strategic objectives. We are committed to two-way communication at all levels, seek input from our employees as we make decisions, and ensure they are regularly updated on how the company is doing.


Our people strategy reflects our ambition for LCCC to be a great place to work. We want LCCC to be a place where people are engaged and inspired to be the best they can. We employ a range of specialists across our five core business areas, including Finance, Operations & IT; Legal; People & Organisational Development; Scheme Delivery, and Strategy & Business Development.


LCCC is a multi-talented team bringing together a range of people with varied skills and backgrounds. We’re always looking for talented individuals who can bring new ideas to the business.

Our company is built on teamwork, commitment and motivated staff. These are supported by empowered, challenging objectives and learning opportunities that employees enjoy.

Talent and Skill

LCCC takes pride in helping you add value in your role. We provide learning and training opportunities to our staff and actively encourage career and personal development and the building of skills and expertise. Our highly-skilled workforce is one of our main strengths and the key to transforming our business over the long term.


As if contributing to and supporting work that makes life better for millions wasn’t rewarding enough, we offer a full range of benefits too. Key benefits that may be available depending on the role include:

  • 25 days' annual leave and bank holidays
  • Option to purchase up to 5 extra days' holiday
  • Recognition schemes allowing colleagues to say thanks
  • Company contribution to your pension scheme
  • Family friendly policies, including enhanced company maternity/paternity and shared parental benefits
  • Flexible work patterns, including a 9 day fortnight or up to three days a week working from home
  • Employee assistance programme for free, confidential support for your professional or personal life, including financial management and family care
  • Special leave such as study leave, sabbatical or public duties
  • Three days paid leave a year for volunteering to support your local community
  • Season ticket loan scheme to support your commute
  • For peace of mind to you and your family, we offer flexible benefits to support you through illness or if things take a turn for the worse
  • Access to “Work Perks” offering deals, discounts and cash back on your purchases
  • You can keep it green and cycle to work with our “Cycle to Work” programme
  • Family savings on days out and English Heritage or gym discounts through our partners.

Current Opportunities

We are looking for people who are excited by the clean energy agenda and are keen to work closely with government, electricity generators and suppliers to deliver insights and build industry confidence in a constantly changing regulatory environment.

We are keen to hear from talented, like-minded individuals like you


How to apply

If you are interested in one of our vacancies, please upload your CV and covering letter and click ‘Apply now’’ from the role that interests you. We will contact you in due course to discuss your application.

What is the application process?

Once you have found the vacancy you wish to apply for, please attach your CV and covering letter via the ‘Apply now’ link. Please ensure you include your salary expectations and current notice period. Your application will be directed to the HR team managing the vacancy.

How can I check the status of my application?

Depending on the role you have applied for and whether your application is successful, you will be contacted to discuss the next steps and attendance at an interview. If you are not successful with your application, we will notify you accordingly.

When will I know if I was successful or not?

The time taken for reviewing applications will vary depending on the type of role you are applying for. Our aim is always to respond to applications as soon as possible and you will be notified as to whether your application was successful or not.

I wanted to apply for a position I saw but it's not listed anymore – can I still apply?

Vacancies are generally advertised for 14 days. Once the closing date has passed the vacancy will no longer be listed. Unfortunately, we cannot accept late applications.

What pre-employment checks can I expect to be done?

The checks conducted will vary depending on the role you have been recruited for. We will confirm your right to work, five-year career history and references, professional qualifications or education certificates as well as a Basic Disclosure criminal record check.

Do I need a work permit?

All our roles are UK-based, from our London office with commencement of employment conditional on the right to work or relevant time-limited work permit. We are not able to offer support or sponsorship in obtaining work permits.

What will the next stage of the recruitment process involve?

Depending on the role you applied for, the next stage could involve a telephone discussion to learn more about your career history and motivation for the role, or a psychometric test or a competency-based interview with a hiring manager. You will be advised during the process which format to expect.

Can you give me an idea of what to expect at interview stage?

During the current Covid 19 situation, the competency-based interview will typically be held via video conference. The hiring manager for the role will conduct the interview, accompanied by HR. They will ask questions relevant to the role and ask you to provide real examples from your experience. They may also try to gauge your suitability for the role by asking motivational and technical questions. The interviewers will be taking notes about your answers to help their decision making. There will also be an opportunity for you to ask questions about the role and the culture of the business at the interview

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