Ish’s role is to help support the members of her team while gaining valuable experience, whether that be helping set up payments to our customers or managing accounts. She does this alongside working towards a Level 4 CFAB qualification in Accounting.Ish’s Q&A
Leanne’s role is to manage the Customer Experience team’s development roadmap. She looks after the discovery, scoping, prioritisation and delivery of any changes required to our customer-facing services such as the Customer Portal and our quoting tool (Quotejump).Leanne’s Q&A
Damon is responsible for the management and delivery of control system integrations and electrical design for Limejump optimised flexibility sites. He covers numerous customer sites, so each day could involve anything from testing system installations to urgent fault finding as well as working closely with his engineering team.Damon’s Q&A
Hayley manages all things recruitment, she is the first person that potential candidates meet. Her typical days at Limejump consist of working on recruitment projects and reaching out to candidates, ensuring we have the best talent coming through Limejump’s doors.Hayley’s Q&A
Samuel is a key member of our Engineering team where rarely two days are the same. Our Engineering team installs Limejump’s proprietary hardware onto customer assets that enable our platform to intelligently dispatch them into the right market at the right time!Samuel’s Q&A
Emma has recently taken the opportunity to move over to the battery and flex generation team. This means that we are currently recruiting for her previous role as Business Development Manager in the renewables team!Emma’s Q&A
Adam is our Business Development Apprentice who joined us in November 2020. He’s nearing the end of his apprenticeship where he will gain a level 4 qualification in Sales.Adam’s Q&A
Limejump is an award-winning energy-tech company, connecting renewable generators to in-house trading and data centres. Limejump is working hard towards the ultimate goal of delivering 100% renewable energy, supporting the UK’s ambition to reach net-zero by 2050 and giving generators transparent and competitive access to the market.