Job Opportunity – ECO4 Submissions Administrator


About EnergySmart

EnergySmart is one of the country’s fastest-growing ECO (Energy Company Obligation) installers in the UK. Our team of 60+ office staff and installers are experts at securing energy saving funding and installing energy efficient improvements in homes across the UK.

We fit energy saving measures into homes, such as internal wall insulation, solar panels and electric storage heater upgrades, all of which are funded by the Government backed Energy Company Obligation scheme.

We have ambitious growth plans in place and as part of our strategy, we are now on the hunt for an experienced Submissions Administrator who will play a key role in our submissions department, ensuring we can consistently process and submit high volumes of projects in an accurate and timely manner.


  • Work within the EnergySmart Submissions team to ensure a high volume ECO projects are accurately submitted to utility companies every week.
  • Ensure submission documents are accurately checked and amended where necessary before submitting to utility companies.
  • Work alongside the management and other departments to ensure errors and fails are managed and resolved effectively.
  • Ensure you are up-to-date with the latest ECO4 legislation, particularly concerning ECO4 submissions.
  • Liaise directly with managing agents and utility companies to bolster and develop EnergySmart’s working relationship.

As the EnergySmart Submissions Manager, you will:

  • Take a fresh, innovative approach to your role and objectives
  • Be performance driven, but also keen on professionalism, accuracy and efficiency
  • Be determined to meet your ongoing targets and KPIs.
  • Take full ownership of your roles and responsibilities
  • Be ready for a new challenge that presents a long term opportunity to become a key member of EnergySmart’s management team.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £22,000.00-£26,000.00 per year

How to apply: Either email your CV to or visit the job post on Indeed here