Recruitment Consultant, EMEA
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A team of 30 engineers and analysts are looking for a new team member. The team itself has a wide range of expertise, some of which include: wind modelling and site evaluation, SCADA analysis and performance diagnostics, energy production assessment for pre-construction and post-construction projects, ongoing monitoring and reporting, Computational Fluid Dynamics, short term production forecasting algorithms, online meteorological data management and software development. This team works with tight timelines and has a commercial focus that looks to improve their quality and efficiency. Within this role you would conduct wind energy assessments and site meteorogical conditions at pre and post construction phases, undertake bid development, project management and technical delivery, which will be collated into high quality proposals and reports. For progession within this role, you will develop in the technical or management career track and have the opportunity to be involved in many of the several areas of focus of the department.Qualifications A degree in a relevant field such as engineering, meteorology, physics or mathematics, with a 2:1 degree classification or above;Previous commercial experience delivering energy production assessments for wind or solar projects, either pre- or post- construction;Excellent numeracy, literacy, communication and interpersonal skills;Good technical understanding of wind energy technology and, ideally, of other renewable technologies;Proven ability to produce clear written reports and communicate verbally in English. Ideal SkillsProficiency in the use of wind modelling software (e.g. WAsP, WindFarmer);Good statistical analysis and/ or programming (particularly Python, SQL, Matlab) skills;Strong customer contact experience;Experience in bid development and proposal writing;Experience in technical studies for wind or solar project development such as layout optimisation;An industry profile;Mentoring experience. Valued Traits Excellent organisational skills and ability to deliver high-quality work under pressure;Ability to contribute to and to co-ordinate teamwork;Aptitude for high-level thinking and understanding customer requirements;Willingness to develop and enjoy taking on challenges and responsibilities;Aptitude for developing and mentoring more junior members of the team. The Offer There are plenty of opportunities for personal growth through our training programme and an individual career development plan.The position is rewarded appropriately, including benefits such as: A permanent contract.Lifestyle benefits (26 days of annual leave + opportunity for up to 10 days unpaid leave, sabbatical leave, flexible working options).
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Commercial ManagerLocation: CorshamType: PermanentDuties and Responsibilities· Managing the commercial aspects of energy storage and utility scale solar projects in the UK and abroad;· Provide contract commercial management and profit improvement, risk and opportunity management along with focus on compliance.· Support growth within on the existing contracts as well as new business development initiatives to extend the suite of contracts in the region.· Manage numerous stakeholder relationships, including external relationships with clients, suppliers and SPV/lenders· Leading governance within the contracts to ensure that the requirements of the contract are being complied with.· Negotiating, on an equitable basis, internally and externally to ensure that the business is not exposed to risk.· Coordination of internal development from initial site identification to disposal of completed projects;· Manage the scope, specification, time, cost, quality, risks and resources aspects of projects, including:· Leading analysis of new international opportunities and monitoring existing marketsSkills Required· Batchelor's or master's degree required. Further qualifications are desirable but not essential.· Experience of working within a similar development and planning role in the clean energy sector.· Knowledge and understanding of planning and environmental legislation (including the UK's EIA Regulations) is preferred.· Commercial awareness and acumen.· Knowledge of the energy sector.· Ability to use and navigate around various computer programs, such as Microsoft Word and Excel, and ideally Google Earth.