O&M Asset Manager

O&M Asset Manager

  • Location


  • Sector:

    Renewable Energy & Infrastructure

  • Job type:


  • Contact:

    George Fielder

  • Contact email:


  • Published:

    over 3 years ago

  • Expiry date:


  • Consultant:

    George Lynch


My client is the operations and management company for a large fleet of onshore wind turbines located throughout the UK and operated through several subsidiary companies.  They are looking for a dynamic individual to join their small team.

Full time position; normal working hours (with some out-of-hours remote turbine checking); location: primarily Surrey office-based, with willingness to be onsite with the turbines.


The Role:

Operations and process management

Prime responsibilities

  • Day-to-day review of turbine operations and coordination of O&M providers (one of which is a sister company)
  • Research and put forward opportunities to grow the company
  • Analysis of turbine performance over time and provision of solutions to rectify issues with a cost effective solutions or to improve output
  • Assist in process management, help create better processes and systems to manage operational fleet of turbines
  • Liaison with landowners
  • Improve and grow database to provide management tool of analysing operational and financial turbine performance over time
  • Monthly management reports on the operational performance of the turbine fleet set against a suite of metrics
  • Budgeting and analysis of turbine profitability and satisfaction of banking covenants


Additional responsibilities

  • Meter data monitoring and recording (import, export, generation and turbine meter) including following up on error reporting
  • Analyse and minimise local council business rates as well as liaise with local councils
  • Preparation and analysis of insurance terms to comply with lease terms and other obligations of the company; file claims and follow through to settlement
  • Review and coordinate all operating contracts (eg PPAs, O&M)
  • Adhoc projects, eg review DNO kVa Export and Import costings
  • Site maintenance review and coordination as required
  • Quarter and year end adhoc assistance
  • Liaise with councils on planning issues, follow up with consultants
  • Ofgem monthly submissions and certificates
  • Coordinate and maintain site access arrangements and Health & Safety logs


The candidate will have renewables experience, need to be a self-starter, highly-organised and able to use spreadsheets as well as have a knowledge of database management and set up.