Retrofit Careers

The Retrofit Academy works with the leading employers in the sector to forge career pathways and to promote opportunities to new talent.

Only by growing the size of the workforce can we help unlock the retrofit revolution.

the Retrofit Careers Hub

Our Careers Hub is where you can find out all about a career in retrofit and identify the right training for you. It’s an interactive, one-stop hub for existing retrofit professionals and those looking to build a new career in the sector.

But it’s not just for individuals. Employers can also connect with competent retrofitters, advertise roles and access the latest funding available to train existing workforces. This links together two critical aspects for addressing the sector’s skills gap: education and industry.

Discover job opportunities
and watch industry events on our Careers Hub

How Retrofit Professionals Benefit

Connect with employers actively recruiting

Find the right role

Search and apply for new jobs

Attend online events

Network with fellow professionals

Find the latest training and funding opportunities

How Employers Benefit

Connect with the UK’s most competent retrofitters

Advertise jobs and search for qualified candidates

Network with fellow professionals

Identify available funding to upskill teams

Start your journey
and become a net zero hero!


PAS 2035 outlines six key roles needed for major retrofit projects. These roles are essential for early planning, decision-making and the ultimate success of a programme.

They help define a project’s objectives, assess the existing conditions and develop a strategic roadmap for achieving desired outcomes.

So, what are they?

Retrofit coordinator

Coordinators manage a project from start to finish, linking together the teams responsible for each stage. They are accountable for protecting the homeowner and public interests.

Retrofit assessor

Assessors are responsible for property assessments, providing the information needed to identify and design appropriate improvement measures.

Retrofit advisor

Advisors offer independent advice to homeowners. They are an important part of keeping projects on track and residents engaged.

Retrofit evaluator

Evaluators investigate the reasons why a project has not met its intended outcomes. They are critical for ensuring future projects are successful and funding is spent effectively.

Retrofit designer

Designers specify how improvement measures will be installed, taking into account how all measures interact.

Retrofit installer

Installers make the physical changes to a property that have been specified by the coordinator and designer.

The Heroes We Train
and PAS 2035 Roles