15th November 2019

Half year results for the 6 months ended 30 June 2019

Risk & Sustainability Analyst

Ref: (Cal)HW-0922-01

Working Pattern: Permanent, full-time, 37.5 hours per week, Monday – Friday

Location: Hybrid – Work from home but commute to our Manchester (&/or Wigan as and when required) office at least 2 days per week

Salary: To be discussed with successful candidate between £35,000 - £40,000 per annum dependent on experience

Reporting to the Group Risk Manager, we are looking for a Risk & Sustainability Analyst who will provide analyst support to risk & sustainability functions.

 

The Risk and Sustainability Analyst will be responsible for working with all operational areas of the group to understand their risk profile and key controls and flag any areas of concern to the Group Risk Manager. In addition, the analyst will be responsible for reporting on all the sustainability data and pulling out any key trends that can be reported on, as well as looking for any areas for improvement.

 

Key Accountabilities:

  • Be a champion for sustainability within the business and promote it within the business
  • Perform analyses, identify trends, and create reporting for internal and external use, including for the Audit and Risk Committee.
  • Support Enterprise Risk Management projects and initiatives to drive improvements to key processes and controls
  • Work with process owners to identify, assess, monitor, measure, and report on various key risk indicators
  • Streamline/organize the requests and ensure Group risk submissions are timely and accurate for all governance reporting.
  • Provide support to the Group Risk Manager on change-related initiatives e.g., overall planning required to deliver the strategic projects, including defining detailed workstreams, milestones and deliverables (e.g., embedding of the risk framework).
  • Coordinate and control the Enterprise Risk Management system ensuring all data is updated and correct
  • Flag any issues or areas of concern to the Group Risk Manger
  • Liaise with the internal audit team where additional audit may be required in relation to key risks
  • Coordinate the collection of the data that is required for the Scope 1,2,3 as well as social data 
  • Provide analytical support for the ESG looking for trends and anomalies
  • Work with team to identify stakeholder requirements for dashboard and analytics and help develop a list of standardised reports to be delivered to the business
  • Assist in development/delivery and maintenance of standardised dashboard and analytics
  • Conducts sustainability analysis (life cycle assessments, carbon footprint analysis)
  • Perform peer analysis and identify benchmarking indicators

 

What we are looking for:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Finance or Economics
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience within the business environment either within a Risk, Internal/External Audit, or similar role
  • Knowledge of Enterprise Risk Management
  • Keen Interest in Sustainability
  • Knowledge of the Industry (desirable but not essential)
  • Self-motivated with proven analytical, organisational, and problem-solving skills
  • Exhibiting a Growth Mindset; having an inquisitive mind with a desire to learn
  • Demonstrate a continuous improvement approach; proven ability to identify and deliver improvements and share best practices
  • Strong Microsoft Excel Skills
  • Knowledge of PowerBI

To apply for this role please send your CV and covering letter to recruitment@calisen.com

 

We will use the information you provide to us to assess your suitability for the role you have applied for. If you are successful, we will carry out a global sanctions, politically exposed persons and an adverse media check against your name and a right to work in the UK check. We may need to carry out some additional background checks in some circumstances such as CRB check in England and Wales and a Disclosure Scotland check in Scotland. These checks are necessary to meet legal obligations.

 

Please note this role is being handled by our internal recruitment team and no agency support is required at this time.

During H1 2019, Calvin has delivered excellent growth in revenue and earnings driven by strong relationships with traditional “Big 6” suppliers and contracts agreed with new energy suppliers.

Highlights

Revenue grew by 18% to £92.6 million (H1 2018: £78.5 million) [1]

EBITDA increased by 20% to £86.2 million (H1 2018: £72.1 million) [1]

Installed meters up 12% to 7.6 million (H1 2018: 6.8 million)

Acquisition of Lowri Beck announced [2]

The smart meter rollout is central to the digitalisation and decarbonisation of the UK energy market and meters are a critical element of the energy supply infrastructure. While the rollout has continued at a slower pace than expected by the UK Government, there remains considerable momentum with 2 million new smart meters added to the UK network in H1. The market continues to evolve with independent energy retailers continuing to gain market share from the traditional “Big 6” suppliers.

During the first half of 2019 Calvin Capital has continued to develop its core meter asset provider business installing 620,000 new smart meters. The business continued to build upon its strong track record of rollouts for “Big 6” clients. This was supported by contract wins with new independent suppliers. The business is well funded with facilities in place to finance its contracts. During H1 Calvin announced the acquisition of Lowri Beck, a meter management and installation business, supplementing our ability to provide a full service from procurement through installation and ongoing management of meters.

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[1] includes £3.6 million one-off revenue from contract extension
[2] Lowri Beck acquisition completed on 16 August 2019 following final approvals from the Competition and Markets Authority