The Making Carbon Work (MaCaW) ERDF project was awarded to the University of Central Lancashire in 2017.
MaCaW helps SMEs in Lancashire to reduce their carbon footprint, save money on energy costs and provide grant funding to purchase low carbon technology. The MaCaW Project has been funded by the European Regional Development Fund alongside the University of Central Lancashire as part of a drive to reduce the planet’s carbon footprint and is completely FREE of charge to Lancashire SMEs.
The project has an in-house team but needs to supplement this with freelance ad hoc support in several areas for a limited period of time. These are:
- Energy and environmental auditing
- Carbon Assessment report writing
- Data analysis
We are calling for expressions of interest from experienced freelance ad hoc staff to support the core MaCaW team. Please apply by email with CV and links to any portfolio work to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 18th October 2019.
These posts are part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.