- Location: Paris
- Salary: £48.3k - 57.1k per year + variables
- £48.3k - 57.1k per year + variables
- Job Type
- 3 months ago
Chef de Projet PV- Paris
Your goal: Management of project development in France in full autonomy from the identification phase of the opportunity to the commissioning:
Job description :
- Identification and prospecting of new opportunities following the company's exploration strategy (prioritizing large scale projects), with the management of qualification and feasibility studies
- Contact and meeting with the owners and all stakeholders involved to ensure the land and local acceptability necessary to launch the projects and management of external representation of the company's photovoltaic activity and consultation with local actors (communities, population, political actors and administrations) through public meetings, presentations or offices.
- Build relationships and negotiate with landowners and operators for land leases signatures, and preparation of offers and negotiations, including bids for calls for projects
- Internal reporting including preparation of internal investment committees (budget preparation, planning, setting objectives, risk analysis)
- Manage technical, environmental, and economic studies, including the management of external consultants, in close contact with internal support teams and including consultation with providers, supervision of negotiations and monitoring of services in close collaboration with internal support teams.
- Management of all the authorizations submissions, instruction and obtentions needed to build and finance solar projects, including agrivoltaic projects.
The Solar PV project Manager may also be required to work on:
- The management of a portfolio of prospects and opportunities
- The management of external service providers such as business contributors if necessary
- Supporting the other project managers for commercial negotiations, local dialogues, and projects defense.
- 4+ years of experience in PV development
- Project management
- Ability to manage the cost and planning of projects
- Understand and be proactive on all the aspects of projects
- Excellent interpersonal skills, reactivity, initiative taking
- Good abilities for reporting
- Native French language
- English is mandatory
The salary level is highly competitive at circa 55k, with excellent bonus structure and benefits.
Process – We will be short listing the post over the next week. Interviews will be booked on an ad-hoc basis due to the urgent nature of the role; we are looking to move efficiently.
Send your CV and availability for this week and next to email@example.com and I will schedule in a call with you.
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