Scheme Management’s role at Low Carbon Contracts Company (LCCC) is to provide commercial expertise to help guide the delivery and development of the Contracts for Difference (CfD) and Capacity Market (CM) schemes. This can range from developing our company position and guidance on how the existing contracts can support innovation, through to helping to develop entirely new schemes like Power and Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).
It is an exciting time to join LCCC, with the upcoming CfD Allocation Round 4 due to be the largest yet. LCCC’s role is to ensure that energy consumers get a good deal, and that investor confidence in the schemes is maintained.
We are looking for people with a general commercial skillset, as the role interacts with colleagues across our operations, contract management, strategy and policy teams. You don’t need to be an expert in all these areas, just an enthusiasm to learn and to be happy working on several workstreams at once.
Stakeholder management skills play a great partas alongside working closely with your internal network at LCCC, you will be frequently engaging with BEIS, OFGEM, National Grid ESO Delivery Body, our contract holders and industry bodies.
As the role of LCCC grows with the addition of CCS, you will have the opportunity to learn and develop within the organisation as new opportunities and workstreams arise. We want to grow together and push each other to succeed, so you need to enjoy working collaboratively and being comfortable asking challenging questions will help us to ensure the CfD and CM schemes remain fit for purpose.
Low Carbon Contracts Company are based in Canary Wharf, with a flexible working policy allowing up to 3 days per week working from home.If you have some interesting commercial experience and share our passion for renewable energy, we’d love you to join us on the journey to Net Zero!
Skills/ Experience for this role:
• Excellent stakeholder management skills
• Experience of managing contractual issues
• Commercial acumen; able to break down and explain commercial issues
• Great written and verbal communication skills
• Experience of working in a regulatory environment, not necessarily within energy
• Ability to influence internally and externally.