Current Opportunities at Low Carbon Contracts Company

 

Opportunities at LCCC

We are always looking for talented people to join our busy team. If you are interested in finding out more about opportunities at LCCC please email your CV and a cover letter to our HR Team, Please note that you must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions or requirement of sponsorship for this position. It is a requirement of employment to be able to obtain Baseline Referencing and Checks as well as a basic Disclosure Scotland criminal record check.

 

Current Opportunities

See here for a list of all our current opportunities

 

Why join LCCC?

The Low Carbon Contracts Company, (LCCC), is at the heart of the Government’s Electricity Market Reform programme. Our people are working to make a difference in delivering secure, affordable and sustainable electricity that everyone can benefit from. We attract a diverse mix of people with a can-do attitude. By joining us you can expect to work alongside others contributing to the delivery of the UK’s low carbon future. Our people help us drive change and implement innovative solutions for funding low carbon electricity for generations to come.

 

What is it like to work at LCCC?

Our people work across a range of diverse and exciting areas such as IT, Corporate Services, Strategy & External Relations, Finance, Legal and Contract Management.

Please note that you must have the right to work in the UK without restrictions or requirement of sponsorship for this position. It is a requirement of employment to be able to obtain Baseline Referencing and Checks as well as a basic Disclosure Scotland criminal record check.

 

About LCCC

LCCC and the Electricity Settlements Company, ESC, sit at the heart of the delivery of the UK’s goals. These two private limited companies, wholly owned by the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, were created to deliver key elements of the government’s Electricity Market Reform Programme. We have just begun managing the ‘Contracts for Difference’ (CFDs) as part of the government’s EMR scheme.

For more information about the roles of the companies, and Electricity Market Reform please refer to our Who we are section, or click here to learn more about EMR.