- Location: Scotland
- Salary: Market related
Head of Grid
My client is a leading global renewable energy developer actively shaping the future of energy in over 29 countries globally. They're taking a fresh look at how power is produced, stored, and used to meet the challenges of climate change. If you are ambitious and want to grow within a company my client will want to hear from you!
· Manage all grid-related elements for the entire project from development through to installation and commissioning of assets.
· Advise on the relevant legislation and regulations that would impact the project’s grid connection strategy and connection to the onshore network.
· Participate in consultations with BEIS, Ofgem, NGESO and other stakeholders in the framework of the on-going work related to the OTNR.
· Analyse potential connection options, associated costs, potential impacts on the programme and associated risks.
· Manage the relationship with the key players of the interconnection process and lead application calls with NGESO and TOs.
· Monitor associated grid costs and charges and input to the financial modelling of the project.
· Monitor and manage grid connection risks in relation to changes in the design, consenting, and project programme.
· Bachelor or master's in electrical engineering or related discipline.
· Previous experience at a high level in a similar role.
· In-depth knowledge of the offshore wind energy industry and UK transmission system.
· Experience of development and execution of large-scale infrastructure projects.
· Established relationships with ESO & TO is highly desirable
· Willingness to travel on a regular basis, especially within the UK.
- SalaryMarket related
I am looking for a Portfolio Grid Engineer for one of our clients, the world's largest independent renewable energy company specialising in Wind and Solar.Your responsibilities: Develop, review and enhance the Grid strategy concerning renewable assets managed by UK&I Asset Management Team.Monitor any changes to Grid regulation, policies and ancillary services as they may apply to Support Services client assets. Typical areas of interest will include, as a minimum, grid charging, NGESO pathfinder tenders, NGESO ancillary service procurement, DS3 services, DSO services.Join regular meetings with UK&I Energy networks Team and share information with UK&I Asset Management teamUnderstand and interpret client needs, communicating client goals to internal and external stakeholdersCoordinate the end-to-end delivery of Grid related services and one-off projects on behalf of clients.Be the first point of call for technical grid connection agreement or grid compliance queriesEnsure all Grid related activity is linked back to the client specific Value Enhancement Plans – demonstrating the value of RES as AMHave a commercial awareness of the existing Asset Management Agreements and identifying which elements of our Grid services are in or out of scopeLead on areas of personal expertise as part of the Operations Support Team goals and Manage ad-hoc Grid queries from the Asset Managers. Active participation in Continuous Improvement and innovation projects. Minimum requirements: Knowledge of wind turbine, battery energy storage systems and solar technology, health and safety management systems, quality and environmental management systems and work control proceduresElectrical Safety rules in the context of Renewable Energy InfrastructureHV Electrical Equipment and Industry StandardsGrid related regulations, policies and industry consultations for distribution, transmission or ICP connected renewable generationCDM RegulationsDeal with Grid related issues on operational renewable asset The role is a full-time, permanent position with office locations throughout the UK offering hybrid working and a competitive/lucrative package on offer for the right candidate. Combined with professional development opportunities, this is the perfect position to take the next step towards your career ambitions and work in a strong and collaborative team!If this sounds like a position you would be interested in exploring further, please reach out via the details below or apply via the link.T: 0141 212 4803E: firstname.lastname@example.org
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationGreater London
The purpose of the role is to lead the project management of multiple grid-scale battery construction projects (c.50MW each) from EPC contract signature/final investment approval through to completion, ensuring delivery on time, on budget and within agreed scope. The successful candidate will inherit a pipeline of projects, allowing the opportunity to deliver an increasingly important and rapidly growing new technology. Production of detailed project budget, alongside the business development leadDevelopment, tendering and negotiation of EPC contracts, alongside the business development leadDevelop, control and manage the project schedule and ensuring all assigned projects and tasks are completed on time and within budgetManage the relationship with the EPC contractor and with other key stakeholders (DNO, Owner’s Engineer, Landowner, Local Council, Optimiser)Liaise with EPC site manager and project manager, track construction progress, conduct site visits, and prepare progress reportsPerform risk assessments and proactively solve any technical or commercial issues identified The opportunity comes with an extremely exciting salary and wider package.
- SalaryMarket related
Key Responsibilities and Duties: You will be responsible for successful project realization from early design and procurement through manufacturing and installation up tocommissioning.This will include coordination within the engineering workstream and interface management with other workstreams.You will also help in coordinating work package managers (e.g. for turbine, foundation, inner array grid, geology) and their teams regardingspecific engineering deliverables.Besides, you will make sure alignment and in-time delivery of CapEx and Risk-Budget estimate for the work packages.Compliance with project management rules and processes will be an implicit part of your role.All this will be rounded off by overall documentation of technical as well as design assumptions, decisions and risk management. Requirements: Completed studies (Diploma / Master's Degree) in Engineering, Science or a comparable background.Experience in project management for major Offshore Wind Projects as well as in leading leaders of fast-paced project environments.Proven self-starter with the ability to work across project teams and to lead by example.Able to adequately respond to dynamic situations and willing to familiarize oneself with new tasks at short notice.Proactive, curious and courageous, open to experiment with the ambition to continuously develop further.International mindset combined with excellent interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written).Fluency in English, German language skills in addition are welcome. If you feel the above criteria applies to you, please do not hesitate to apply.
- Salary£55k per year
Position: Performance engineer - (M/F)Service: Engineering and ConstructionReporting authority: Engineering and Construction ManagerMission: CDIRemuneration: according to profileLocation: ParisStarting date: October 2022 MISSIONS & ACTIVITIES Under the direction of the Head of the Engineering & Construction Department, you will ensure the optimization of the performance of photovoltaic power plants from project development to operation and maintenance, including market consultation and project execution monitoring. You will also ensure the technological watch of photovoltaic solutions in order to optimize the potential of future power plants.As a Performance Engineer , the missions that will be entrusted to you will consist mainly of: Technology watch of existing or future solutions on the photovoltaic market Develop an up-to-date database of technologiesTechnical support to Photosol's internal services (development, commercial, financial,...)Ensure PVsyst simulations and compare technologies (modules, inverters mainly) in order to obtain the best products for all projects in developmentReview and revise the deliverables and availability offer of binding plants to suppliers and builders during the construction market consultationReview and review the outputs and availability offer of engaging plants and technical advisors during project financingManage the quality control of solutions (modules, mainly inverters) in the factory with third partiesManage the performance analysis of solutions (modules, mainly inverters) ( in particular by controlling guarantees in an external laboratory with third parties)Monitor manufacturers' performance commitments for post-acceptance plantsParticipate in the development and installation of electricity storage systemsThe development or integration of IT tools for the design officeThe position requires a high level of rigour, certain organizational qualities and a proactive approach on the various subjects that can improve the quality and profitability of production plants. The Engineer must be a force proposal. PROFILES BAC + 5 in Electrical Engineering or Energy Engineering with ENR specialization, your professional experience of at least 2 years gives you a good mastery of photovoltaic systems, a real know-how in the electrical design of these systems, and allows you to take into consideration the different aspects related to the realization of these technical and financial installations.You are rigorous and able to carry out several missions at the same time. You have a strong sense of responsibility and enjoy teamwork.Main skills: Training in Electrical Engineering Good mastery of photovoltaic power plant design (engineering, construction, products)Mastering simulations for storage systems is a plusGood knowledge of standards and regulationsExperience in carrying out large-scale ground-mounted photovoltaic and shade projectsMastery of AutoCad and PVSyst softwareMastery of computer tools: Word, Excel, PowerPoint,Fluent EnglishInitiative, rigor and organizationAbility to undertake and invest in a human-sized structure,Analytical and synthesis skillsA general culture of the renewable energy sector
- Salary£45k - 55k per year
- LocationPays de la Loire Region
As an Offshore Foundation Structural Assessment Senior Engineer F/M you will be involved in delivering multi-level ongoing projects in the offshore wind whilst looking at the wider renewable energy business in general, contributing and developing broader technical solutions for business.You'll be part of an enthusiastic and committed team of Engineers and Technicians to deliver high-quality output on projects. Client care and repeat business are crucial to success. This means you enjoy developing and nurturing relationships with clients.You will have a good understanding of the technical engineering requirements of offshore wind turbine structures. As an Offshore foundation structural assessment senior engineer, you will be Performing structural calculations mainly using the finite element calculation method (FEA) to include: Analysis of Structural ModelsMonitoring calculations and detailed drawingsSelection of load cases (environmental conditions, a turbine in production/shutdown, etc.)Post-processing of extreme loads and fatigueAnalysis of the results and recommendations on the designData flow managementEnsuring technical compliance with the relevant regulations and client specificationsCompletion and delivery of high-quality technical reports. and you will carry out the dimensioning of structures: In the pre-design, design, basic, and detailed engineering phases (typically offshore jacket/monopile wind turbine foundation).Analysis of structural designs and gradually develop expertise in a wide range of offshore structures including static & dynamic analysis, fatigue analysis, impact analysis, fracture mechanics, Finite Element Analysis, wave dynamics, seismic design, engineering materials, etc. The role is based in Nantes, France, and the incumbent will have the right to work and reside in France.In this hybrid role, you will have a defined work location that includes remote work from home, in the office, and offshore/on-site as agreed with your manager.Flexibility to working hours and willing travel locally and internationally may be required occasionally.What we are looking forWe are looking for a determined, results, and client-oriented professional with a supportive and global mindset, and excellent interpersonal skills. The successful candidate should be passionate about innovation, and progress and enjoys working in a dynamic and multicultural environment both independently and as part of a team. In addition, you: Hold a Master's degree (or equivalent):structural mechanics and/or solid mechanics.Have at least 3 years of experience in the offshore field (Wind or Oil & Gas) in the dimensioning of offshore foundation structures, mainly of the jacket or monopile type.Will have Knowledge of mechanical characteristics of metal/concrete/composite materials (RDM).Have an in-depth understanding of at least 1 of the following: ANSYS / SACS / ABAQUS / SESAM.Knowledge and/or practice of standards such as DNV-GL, IEC, API, AISC, and Eurocodes.Are fully proficient in English, and French is an advantage.Practice in code checking, yielding, buckling, and fatigue, in ULS, FLS, and ALS conditions could be an additional advantage.
- SalaryMarket related
Spencer Ogden are exclusively partnered with this established Offshore Wind Engineering Consultancy.Job Overview:The Senior Engineering Geoscientist will work as part of a team on engineering and consultancy assignments for a range of offshore and onshore engineering projects primarily in the renewable and oil and gas sectors, specialising in site characterisation and the development of ground models.The Senior Engineering Geoscientist will be responsible for technical contribution and some project management aspects of projects and is also expected to support the development and generation of new business prospects.Technical project work contributions will cover all aspects of the core business and will include: Terrain analysis and mapping, subsurface interpretation and geotechnical unitisation, all within a spatial GIS framework as part of a ground model development process.Geohazard appraisal and interpretation, assessment of consequence of geohazard impacts on infrastructure, and development of a quantitative risk assessment framework.Basic geotechnical analysis for foundation design and slope stability assessment.Site visits and contractor technical and HSE supervision (onshore and offshore), including travel globally. Project management will be undertaken according to the project life cycle processes and will involve receiving and appraising invitations to tender, proposal preparation, contractual review and negotiation, subcontractor liaison and management, overall technical and commercial project oversight, client communication, invoicing and project closeout. Project management aspects of the role will be supported by the company’s administrator.The Senior Engineering Geoscientist will also contribute to the growth of the business through the generation of new business contacts and new technical prospects. This will be achieved via a range of different approaches including: the development and use of a strong contacts network, attendance at industry events and active engagement with other attendees, targeted identification and connection with new client contacts, and exploiting existing project relationships to secure repeat business and an expansion of offered services.Key Responsibilities and Duties: Support ground model development for offshore and onshore developments in collaboration with the ground model team lead: - Desk study data research, appraisal and collation.- Terrain evaluation and mapping.- Subsurface geophysical data interpretation.- Integrated geotechnical unitisation and basic geotechnical analysis for foundation design and slope stability assessment.- Geohazard appraisal and interpretation. GIS data management with a rigorous approach to data management, cataloguing received information, and consistent and clear formatting for data visualization.Development of report deliverables, including drafting of reports and preparation of illustrative diagrams, charts and graphs to communicate methodology and results.Contribution to other geoconsulting activities within the team, including quantitative risk assessments, geospatial analysis, and geotechnical characterisation.Provision of guidance and advice to other ground model team members and reviewing the work of others.Proposal preparation in response to new enquiries.Supporting and acting as deputy to the ground model team lead, and being responsible for both technical and project management activities.Contractor oversight on behalf of clients (e.g. site representative) and subcontractor management for East Point Geo consultancy projects.Attend regular internal meetings and external / third party meetings as required.Targeted business development which will include the identification of and attendance at appropriate industry meetings and events, development of existing contacts in the framework of this role and establishment of new contacts.Research and development of processes and workflows, which may include the repurposing of methods established in other industries which may be applicable to East Point Geo’s projects, and / or cutting edge new technologies which could add value to existing deliverables. Requirements: BSc in Geology, Earth Sciences, Geography or other related subject.5 years or more in a relevant earth-science related role.Knowledge of offshore engineering industries.Experience of geophysical survey and/or geotechnical data acquisition.Experience of interpreting geo-data and developing ground models.Excellent technical earth science knowledge.Proficiency with standard Office software, specifically MS Excel, MS Word and MS Powerpoint.Working knowledge of geospatial software (GIS), ability to understand spatial datasets, work within a map framework and think and understand in three-dimensions.Working knowledge of soil mechanics.Attention to detail, high level of numerical accuracy and good self-checking.Excellent report writing skills and communication skills.The primary place of work for the role is our Oxford office, with flexibility to working hours.Some offshore or onsite working may be a requirement of the job, and may include overseas travel. If you feel the above criteria applies to you, please do not hesitate to apply.
- Salary£60k - 70k per year
Site assessment and layout Manager The Site Assessment and Layout Manager will be responsible for providing technical expertise during all stages of offshore wind project development in the specific subjects of wind data management, wind resource modelling, wind turbine layout design, energy assessment, wake modelling and yield optimization with respect to LCOE. Among others, this includes the preparation of data processing, wind energy potential analysis and modelling by means of relevant technical software solutions and risk assessments of technical-contractual issues and results.Additionally, he will have the responsibility for metocean monitoring campaigns and associated data management issues and will also be expected to conduct and communicate the results of desktop studies, such as layout design sensitivity analyses, wind farm performance assessments or other well-defined analytical tasks. Essential Responsibilities First point of contact within offshore wind on all related questions and support for technical expertise in the area of wind data management, wind field modelling, wind turbine layout design, energy yield modelling and yield optimization with respect to LCOE;Develop and manages a consistent approach throughout the offshore wind portfolio on calculations and methodologies. Ensure the right industry standard are applied;Responsible to implement lessons learnt and strive for continuous improvement and implementation of innovations in energy yield and wake modelling assessments, including Further development and implementation of methods, models, processes and software solutions;Understand commercial impact and contribute to LCOE tool developments in area of expertise;Signing off (accountable) where required for the energy yield estimates that will go into the financial model;Management, processing and provision of wind and metocean data (via data and acquisition management), as well as mathematical, statistical analysis and modelling (long-term wind climate, wind energy potential analysis, wind energy forecasting) for the purpose of yield modelling for projects using either commercial or in-house tools;Evaluation of design concepts, technical solutions, inherent risks (in terms of wind yield, energy yield, modelling, uncertainty analysis) and review of third party reports;Development and optimization of wind farm layout designs with focus on LCOE and maximization of yield, taking into account energy production, bottom-surface connections, anchoring, electrical network, etc.Critical analyses of site data (wind; metocean; damping; etc..) to highlight uncertainties for AEP and loads calculations.Continually enhance personal skill set in the field of wind resource assessment;Develop technical skills in appropriate areas, for example: wind analysis; use of GIS for site design;Develop communication and networking skills needed for business development in the global wind industry;Review, application and further development of relevant regulations, standards and best practice, considering lessons learned and insights from R&D Projects and skyborn's portfolio.
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationHammersmith and Fulham
We have an exciting opportunity for a GIS Analyst to join our team. The successful candidate will work along-side experienced and knowledgeable GIS staff and some of the industry's leading Project and Geotechnical Engineers to produce project deliverables for renewable energy projects.Typical tasks will involve data processing, analysis, and management as well as the production of report figures, drawings, charts and electronic applications and datasets. The ideal candidate will have five years of experience working in the GIS field, renewables experience is not required for this position.This role is based in Fulham, a hybrid working structure is also available.The salary is market leading and features a MW bonus, within a pipeline of 10GW.Main Responsibilities:1. Production of high quality figures, drawings, charts, electronic datasets and online applications as required for each project's deliverables.2. Management of Corporate and Project databases and applications3. Manage operation of GIS equipment, software, data and products4. Cooperation with existing GIS staff and Engineers5. Cooperation with project stakeholders6. Cooperation with external suppliers and contractors7. Related duties assigned by direct reports and project leads and stakeholders Key Result Areas1. High quality products and outputs and work practices.2. Willingness to learn and develop new technical knowledge and business acumen.3. Acceptable level of technical experience and ability demonstrated in the skills matrix record.4. Effective management of his/her own work, in terms of quality, timescales, working time and utilisation.5. Good communication skills, initiative and team work.6. Respect for their colleagues and managers, good work attitude and strong work ethic.7. Has relevant offshore experience (when applicable) KPIs1. Quality of work and delivery.2. Positive feedback from PMs, colleagues and seniors.3. Work attitude, communication and knowledge share.4. Contribution to technical developments and R&D initiatives5. Basic knowledge of project management, good knowledge of the fundamentals of the QA system. Minimum job requirements 5 GCSE Grade A*- C including Maths and EnglishDegree in GIS related subjectHigh degree of competency with ARC GIS SoftwareMinimum of 5 years experience in an GIS related field If you feel the above criteria applies to you, please do not hesitate to apply.
- Salary£70k - 90k per year + bonus
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.
- Salary£40k - 48k per year + Bonus
You will manage and monitor a portfolio of Group assets since their development phase (financial pre-closing).In close collaboration with the Purchasing and Legal departments, you define, negotiate and validate (signature) the contracts necessary to guarantee the success of the assets.You control the legal and commercial compliance of the assets - financial commitments, HSE, ICPE...You assess the impact of operational and business decisions on each SPV and all associated stakeholders.With regard to the entire portfolio, you carry out the arbitration on the operationality of the SPVs and make all the necessary decisions.As part of new achievements, you carry out technical arbitration on the choice of key equipment (turbine, equipment)You make strategic decisions in advance of the project such as planning deadlines, contractual structure of assets, Opex and Capex costsYou ensure that the end of life of an asset is taken into account from the beginning of its life (development and construction phases).You manage the documentation of assets and ensure its correct classification and the correct updating of informationYou ensure the right balance between spending and performance of the assets under your control.Looking to improve the financial value of your portfolioYou keep the dashboards up to date by guaranteeing good visibility/reliability on the indicators (project financing, budget monitoring, performance, production monitoring, etc.). You monitor these indicators and take the necessary measures to correct the abuses identified.Required Education(s) and Experience(s):Graduated with a Bac + 4 or Bac + 5 Engineer, you have significant experience in the construction and / or operation of renewable energy sites or in the management of renewable energy production assets.You are proficient in English.
- Salary£43.9k - 52.7k per year
Education Required: Master of science or above in a relevant field of engineering (ocean engineering, naval architecture, mechanical engineering, civil/structural engineering, material science, etc.)Position start: ASAPAbout Principle PowerPrinciple Power is a leading global technology and services provider for the floating offshore wind energy market. The WindFloat®, the company's globally and proven floating platform technology, enables offshore wind turbines to be sited in any water depth or seabed condition, unlocking offshore wind potential worldwide and allowing projects to harvest the best wind resources. Principle Power acts as a trusted partner to developers, independent power producers, utilities, and EPCs, supporting its customers throughout the entire lifecycle of their projects. With 105 MW of cumulative capacity in operation or under advanced development and a multi-GW commercial pipeline globally, Principle Power is the market leader in floating offshore wind technology.General DescriptionIn the context of our multiple worldwide projects on the next generation of WindFloat® platforms, we would like to reinforce our Engineering team with a Senior Global Performance Engineer/Naval Architect. Principle Power is focused on the commercial-scale deployment of floating wind farms. The successful candidate will work on the engineering and design of the next generation of offshore floating wind turbines.The Senior Engineer is capable to carry out the engineering work with minimum guidance to share the Global Performance Group responsibilities. This position reports to the Global Performance Discipline Manager.Group DescriptionThe Global Performance Group splits its focus between the execution of engineering activities in support of current commercial projects and the execution of R&D studies to optimize the performance and ultimately reduce the cost of the WindFloat technology for future projects.MAIN ACCOUNTABILITIESGroup Responsibilities Hull global sizing based on project specific conditions (Metocean data, site/project specifics including facilities, wind turbine selected).Stability analysis for pre-service and in-service conditionsGlobal performance analysis including Design Load Case philosophy, motion analysis, airgap analysis and load calculations.Active ballast system specification and modellingInternal engineering interface with Structures, Marine Systems, Mooring/Cables and InstallationInternal interface with Project Management, Business Development, TechnologyExternal interface with wind turbine manufacturers, Classification Societies, and ClientsLoad-out and commissioning technical support during execution. Position Main Accountabilities Perform, support and/or manage Group work product delivery and ensure quality work products on commercial engineering studies and projects.Develop engineering competencies across many of the critical areas of the Group's responsibility.Support the definition, development, review and approval of design methodologies, numerical models, and design procedures/processes.Support the selection of internal or external design tools/softwareSupport discipline development and improvement initiatives, including through the management of other Engineers of the Group.Guide, train, mentor and/or develop Graduate Engineers of the Group across all technical disciplines of the Group.Facilitate Group's internal and external technical communications and interfaces. Skills & Competencies Master of science or above in a relevant field of engineering (ocean engineering, naval architecture, mechanical engineering, civil/structural engineering, material science, etc.);Proven technical skills in the field of hydrodynamics and aerodynamics. Knowledge of structure dynamics and/or mooring systems is an advantageComprehensive experience in performing aerodynamic and hydrodynamic analysis, design and engineering deliverables;Minimum five (5) years of professional experience in the design of floating offshore structures for pre-FEED/FEED/Detailed design. Design of floating wind platforms would be an advantage;Minimum three (3) years of professional experience working with hydrodynamics and aerodynamics tools such as Rhino, Orca3D, WAMIT, OrcaFlex and openFAST or equivalent software.Proficiency in the programing languages (Python or Matlab)Strong technical skills (numerical modeling and data analysis)Strong communicator (written and oral), especially for technical topics.Systematic and detail-oriented;Ability to deliver high-quality outputs under pressure;Proactive and self-motivated; Other requirements Proficient with Written and Spoken EnglishProficient with Technical Written and Spoken English and in producing all technical documents and/or reportsAuthorized to work in the location you apply to
- Salary£39.5k - 43.9k per year
Do you juggle numbers and are comfortable with your interlocutors to manage customer relations? Do you want to give a new impetus to your career? Join! We offer you an exciting position in a growing market! You will join a human and young company, very attached to a respectful and human management. We propose you to realize yourself in a position representing a strong involvement in favor of renewable energies.WE LOOK FORWARD TO ENTRUSTING YOU WITH THESE MISSIONS:Reporting to the Administrative Operations Manager, you will manage a portfolio of active wind farms and guarantee its proper functioning and optimization. You are the privileged interlocutor of the owners of the parks for the administrative and financial part.In this position, you:· Manage the accounting and tax management of the fleets (accounting closing, cash flow monitoring, supplier payments, tax returns, etc.)· Are the privileged interlocutor of the accountant and auditors· Develop periodic reports to investors and banks· Analyze the discrepancies and be proactive in the corrective actions to be taken· Are in charge of contractual follow-up· Develop and cultivate good relationships with investors and suppliersIF YOU HAD TO DESCRIBE YOURSELF?· I hold a Bac + 5 in financial management· I have at least 2 years of experience in asset management in renewable energy· I am comfortable communicating in writing and speaking in English· I have experience in project management· I know how to use accounting software (Quadra or Sage) as well as Business Central· I am autonomous and proactive and do not hesitate to participate in the continuous improvement of the service and tools Your responsiveness, your qualities of autonomy, rigor and adaptation as well as a good team spirit, analysis and priority management will allow you to succeed in this position.WHAT DO WE OFFER YOU?We propose you to integrate a human company, promoting professional and personal balance as well as the development of skills, with pleasant and friendly working conditions within a light hierarchy where accessibility and transparency are our priority. We invite you to become a player in the energy transition, in a cutting-edge company that takes its action in the long term by giving it meaning.WANT TO KNOW MORE?We would like you to preferably join our Toulouse colleagues but are open to a location on another agency: Orleans, Nantes or LyonFor how long? For an indefinite period.For what remuneration? Depending on your experience and we add participation!MORE?Do you travel by bike? We offer bicycle mileage allowances!Do you prefer public transport? We refund 100% of your subscription!Do you like to share your meal with your colleagues? Pay in restaurant vouchers!