TGRC is working with a leading oil and gas company who are looking for a Development Engineer to join their Onshore Wind & Solar team.
This role will be an exciting opportunity to work for one of the world's largest companies.
In this position you will be a member of the New Markets team and will be providing support to the early feasibility assessments, origination and scoping of large-scale onshore wind, solar and battery storage projects primarily in support of large integrated hydrogen projects and decarbonization of the company’s hydrocarbon assets.
The right candidate will be knowledgeable in renewable energy technologies, resource measurement, yield assessment, concept design, engineering, construction, and operations to the early stages of project development.
Work with other functions to identify, originate and assess onshore renewables project development opportunities generally in support of global hydrogen production or decarbonization.
Responsible for all technical aspects of the projects up to Feasibility including geotechnical, technology, resource measurements, grid connections, engineering, yield assessments, constructability and operability assessments that relate to onshore renewables.
Responsible for all the technical elements of early-stage project development up until feasibility when the project is forwarded to the relevant project teams.
Closely work with project developers, business developers and central technical specialists.
Give technical input into project approval processes.
Responsible for providing support during the acquisition processes as needed including leading the technical elements of diligence assessments.
Work with grid connection specialists and consultants to create interconnection strategies and to submit connection applications when necessary.
Work with technical consultants to provide project studies, early-stage design work and assessments.
Give expertise on project development budgets and delivery programmes.
Ensure compliance with relevant regulations, policies, and standards.