(L-R) SME operations manager David Owens and SME team manager Gary Boughton.
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Sunderland energy consultancy to create 50 jobs as lockdown restrictions lift

A North East energy consultancy has announced that it will be creating up to 50 new jobs as it reopens its site after lockdown.

The Green Energy Advice Bureau, based in Sunderland, is looking for staff to kick start its career within the energy sector.

The consultancy, which helps find customers bespoke energy solutions, is currently recruiting for up to 50 roles including Lead Generators, Energy Consultants and Sales Administrators for both their Sunderland and South Shields offices.

It reopened its offices this week after certain aspects of the UK’s lockdown restrictions were lifted, with new social distancing measures in place to safeguard colleagues.

Paul Cobb, managing director, commented: “We are looking for dedicated sales staff who are looking to further develop their career.

“We have the tools to help you succeed and achieve your goals, the opportunities are there.”

“It’s fantastic being back in the office and being back in this environment.

“Everyone has adapted well with the changes and productivity is better than ever.”

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