- Location: Edinburgh
- Salary: DoE
A team of industry experts within the realms of energy asset & risk management, regulation, and climate reporting, with a proven track record for producing the highest quality deliverables, sustaining strong client trust and engagement, and simply getting the job done are looking for a new team member. Our people share their expertise and create innovation as we partner with clients to solve complex challenges and drive change.
The projects include
- Advising corporates across all industries to increase their resilience to climate-related risks and develop strategies for opportunities in the transition.
- Advising on business related emissions and developing strategies for working towards a 'net zero' position.
- Risk management and corporate governance to advise boards and executive teams on ensuring their organisation is fit for a lower carbon world.
- Assist with the management of the integration of climate-related risks into the traditional risk types such as credit, operational risk and market risk.
- Be aware of global best practice climate risk frameworks including, the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD).
- Carry out research and analysis and have ability to integrate substantial quantities of constantly evolving information relating to climate on portfolios and markets.
- Keep abreast of regulatory and industry trends in the areas of energy and climate change.
- Apply your understanding of responsible investment, including regulatory regimes applicable to the integration of ESG factors into investment decision-making.
Required qualifications and skills:
- 1-3 years of experience working in climate risk or related consulting disciplines
- An excellent academic track record with a Bachelor or Master's in a related discipline such as climate change, climate finance, carbon management or sustainability.
- A passion for helping business understand climate-related risks and opportunities.
- Strong project planning and organisation skills being able to work against deadlines.
- Sound stakeholder engagement and management skills.
- Excellent research and verbal and written communication skills.
- Capability of working independently, as well as part of a team.
Desirable skills and competencies:
- Previous experience on working with the private sector on climate change either through internships or work experience.
- Knowledge on the Task Force for Climate Related Disclosures (TCFD) and carbon pricing and other market initiatives.
- Carbon accounting experience and knowledge of the GHG protocol.
- Data analysis and numerical and modelling experience.
- In depth expertise and research on renewable energy and new emerging technologies: CCS, hydrogen, etc.
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This company is one of the world's leading offshore wind energy companies, with a portfolio of offshore wind turbines ranging from 3 MW to 15 MW. The company's offshore wind sourcing team is looking for a Procurement Manager who will be responsible for negotiation, fulfilment of the offshore POs, expediting and deliveries of the project. The Procurement Manager will report to the Project Director.Roles and Responsibilities:· Directing the Project Sourcing strategy for cost, vendors panel, on time PO placement, on time delivery and execution of services.· Sponsors buyers in invoices treatment, bonds requests to suppliers and purchase order negotiations· Has the authority to make resolutions in his/her project within the project Sourcing scope.· Understands the commercial part of the TSA (Turbine Supply Agreement) contract and ensures its flow down terms into Purchase Orders and project subcontracts· Ensures that all relevant sourcing processes, work instructions and guidelines are followed within the project as well as ensures compliance with Corporate Instructions, Legal, Financial, and Quality directives· Supports sourcing fulfilment leader for the correct delivery of products and materials on-time and with due quality requirements. Works together with sourcing fulfilment leader on improvement of supplier performance.Required Qualifications:- Degree in commerce, engineering or science- Masters is desirable but not essentialDesired Characteristics:· Minimum 5 years experience as Project Sourcing Manager or Supply Chain management· Secure understanding of finance and commercial implications on the global energy market· Good understanding of legal/contractual aspects of an EPC contract.· Risk management knowledge.· Team player and a good communicator· Strong Negotiation skills.
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