Technical Project Manager
- Posted 09 May 2023
- Salary €70,000 - €85,000 + bonus DOE
- Job type Permanent
- DisciplineRenewable Energy & Infrastructure, Energy Storage & DSR
- Contact NameCordelia Barker
The Green Recruitment Company is delighted to be partnered with a Clean Energy asset investor, developer and IPP. The business to date has a renewable energy portfolio over 9GW across Europe.
The business is seeking a new Technical Project Manager to join the Energy Storage Team in Hamburg, Germany.
This role will lead the late development and construction phase o the Energy Storage portfolio, with a primary focus on German projects.
Support negotiations and contracting supply/services agreements with ESS integrators, balance of plant, route-to-market, and other providers.
Manage all external facing technical interfaces during the construction phase, including DSO/TSO, ESS integrator, Balance of Plant, Route to Market, telecommunication providers, etc.
Identify technical risks and address issues proactively to mitigate commercial and technical impact.
Support the development and investment teams on technical and project management topics during project development and acquisition phases, respectively.
Closely follow regulatory developments related to energy storage systems (UL/IEC/VDE) and carry out impact assessments.
Work in collaboration with the commercial lead of the ESS portfolio and other internal stakeholders to deliver all projects on quality, budget, and time.
Master's Degree in a quantitative discipline (e.g. engineering, physics).
Minimum 3 years of experience in the ESS, solar PV, or wind sectors as a project manager, technical lead, or similar.
Good understanding of all external stakeholders and interfaces of a BESS or renewable project.
Attention to detail with the ability to efficiently navigate complex technical topics and equally complex commercial negotiations.
Significant knowledge of the energy and renewable energy market, and a desire to keep updated with changing technologies, regulations, and trends.
Fluency in English and German; other European languages are considered beneficial.