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Retrofit Coordinator

  • Job
    Mid Level
  • Construction & Surveying
  • London, +2

AI generated summary

  • You need retrofit coordination experience under SHDF schemes, construction or surveying qualification, consultancy background, energy efficiency software skills, and analytical intellect for this job.
  • You will oversee retrofit projects, coordinate teams, provide advice on energy efficiency, manage procurement, and ensure projects meet safety and quality standards.


  • Experience of retrofit coordination under SHDF schemes
  • Preferably, but not essential - a construction qualification e.g. surveying
  • Consultancy experience and/or a background in Public Sector Housing
  • Experience of using Energy Efficiency modelling software
  • Preferably an understanding or experience of undertaking EPC, SAP, PHPP reports.
  • An analytical mind with a high level of intellect - combining excellent written and oral skills


  • Protect the client’s and the public’s interest, ensuring that projects are safe, high quality and performing to their maximum potential
  • Oversee the retrofit process from start to finish as a Retrofit Coordinator, working closely with Ridge’s in house or external retrofit assessors and designers and the installer / contractor
  • Ensure appropriate integration and communication between teams
  • Where competent to do so, a Coordinator may also fulfil the other specialist roles in the retrofit process. This may also include providing retrofit support and advice on Non-Domestic Retrofit to PAS 2038:2019. Being able to undertake the role of a Retrofit Assessor would be an advantage in this role
  • Other roles will include:
  • Raising client awareness and staff development
  • Stock assessment
  • Development of strategies from individual properties to whole property portfolios
  • Providing advice on refurbishment interventions, which will respond to client objectives such as improving energy efficiency performance, reducing carbon emissions, reducing fuel bills
  • Supporting the procurement and supervision of retrofit works
  • Monitoring and post occupancy evaluations
  • Grant funding application support
  • Providing support to other members of the team working on other agendas such as fire safety, viability, or sustainability projects
  • Delivery of support services including, tenant energy advice, building energy physics calculations, thermography, and airtightness tests


What are the main responsibilities of a Retrofit Coordinator?

The main responsibilities of a Retrofit Coordinator include protecting the client's and public's interest, overseeing the retrofit process from start to finish, ensuring integration and communication between teams, providing retrofit support and advice, raising client awareness, conducting stock assessments, developing strategies for property portfolios, supporting procurement and supervision of retrofit works, monitoring post-occupancy evaluations, and providing various support services.

What experience and skills are required for a Retrofit Coordinator position?

The ideal candidate for a Retrofit Coordinator position should have experience in retrofit coordination under SHDF schemes, construction qualifications such as surveying (preferred but not essential), consultancy experience or background in Public Sector Housing, experience with Energy Efficiency modelling software, understanding or experience in EPC, SAP, PHPP reports, and possess analytical and communication skills.

What benefits can a Retrofit Coordinator expect?

A Retrofit Coordinator can expect a competitive salary, a healthy holiday balance, opportunities for volunteering, an inclusive wellbeing package including Life Assurance, Pension Scheme, Private Medical Insurance, Mental Health support, flexible working options, and tailored career development to support professional growth.

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