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Asset Manager

Asset Manager

  • Location

    Sydney

  • Sector:

    Renewable Energy

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Contact:

    Tim Hall

  • Contact email:

    tim@greenrecruitmentcompany.com

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-10-01

  • Consultant:

    Tim Hall

Summary: 

A leading international solar company with an impressive portfolio of projects across Australia are seeking an Asset Manager to join their growing asset team

In a brand-new role for the business, this is an exciting time to be joining a forward-thinking company with a well-established reputation both in Australia and internationally 

Reporting into the Head of Asset Management, you will come from an engineering background with a strong track record of working in the solar and/or wind space in Australia. You will be able to communicate effectively with various stakeholders, able to make site visits/inspections and provide key asset-based information to optimise the company’s portfolio

 

 

Your responsibilities:

As Asset Manager you will be responsible for the following:

  • Ensure the optimal technical and financial performance of the asset portfolio across Australia
  • Hold accountability for all technical and operational issues from pre-acquisition to construction and solar plant operation
  • Report on key technical KPIs by monitoring and analysing SCADA data
  • Preparation of plant performance reports
  • Supervising the compliance of O&M contracts
  • Interacting with a variety of internal and external stakeholders (EPC, Suppliers, & O&M,) both within Australia and internationally
  • Work closely with the solar asset management division, who hold responsibility for the growth and management of the portfolio
  • Support the wider team across a range of other responsibilities where required

 

 

Skills, qualifications and experience required from you:

·       Engineering qualification essential (Electrical, Civil, Power Systems etc)

·       Minimum 5 year’s applied engineering experience

·       Utility scale Solar PV project experience in Australia

·       Knowledge of SCADA and other monitoring software desirable

·       Ability to work effectively as part of a wider team

·       Strong communicator who can manage and negotiate with various stakeholders

·       Ability to travel once per month to site across Australia

·       Eligibility to live and work in Australia