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Senior Development Manager - Southwest - Solar/BESS
£70000 - £95000 per annum + 30% bonus
Gloucestershire
Permanent
Hybrid

Senior Project Developer - Bristol - Solar/BESS - salary is competitive with a 30% bonusPiper Maddox are working with a global developer for renewables to expand their UK division to work on their solar, and BESS portfolio.You would be coming in as a Senior Project Developer and this role would see you managing existing sites within their pipeline up to RTB. This position would be great for someone that likes to be hands on in their role, and enjoys interaction with all areas of a business.This business pride themselves on having a fantastic company culture, whereby staff retention is high, and people report on having a high level of job satisfaction. If you've been finding your current role has been lacking this then fingers crossed this wouldn't be the case here. Everyone is valued no matter the level, and development plans are personalized around the individual.They also have multi-million pound backing which removes red tape, and provides fast and quick decision making so projects can go ahead.Another big selling point of this company is the way in which they engage with local communities surrounding their projects. A big part of their mission statement is to educate the next generation on why these developments are important, and make sure as much info is provided as possible. By involving younger people it highlights that they take everyone into consideration.They also work with ecologists and charities to make sure wildlife, and natural landscapes are not impacted by developments and enhanced as much as possible. I know this should go without saying, but you'd be shocked how much this is not at the forefront of everyone's decision making.What would your role look like, and not be limited to?:-Directly managing the companies dev pipeline of solar and BESS.-Working closely with internal teams to ensure pipeline is moving along.-Working with external parties such as landowners, DNOs, planning authorities.-Weekly reports on pipeline.-Working to mentor more junior members in their UK division.-Keeping up to date with any policy/legislation change that could affect how a pipeline is delivered to.-Helping support on selling projects.What makes this company different from others in the market?:-Their high level engagement with local communities to ensure the next generation are educated on the importance of renewable energy.-High staff retention, and highly rated job satisfaction/internal opportunity.-Working very close with ecologists and local charities to make sure wildlife, and natural landscapes are not impacted by their projects, and are enhanced to their maximum potential.-Large amount of funding which removes red tape and allows for fast decision making.-Gaining exposure to other areas of the business outside of the UK.-Competitive salaries and fantastic benefits package.If you're interested in learning about this role and how you could get involved then please reach out to me with your CV and we can set up a call to discuss.Bayleigh Angelb.angel@pipermaddox.comPiper Maddox is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

1 day ago
Grid Connection Manager
£80000 - £85000 per annum
England
Permanent

Grid Connection Manager (UK & RoI)UK based- Commutable to the London office 4 days a month of your choiceGlobal leader in solar development, construction and operations.With a development pipeline of over 15GW, 4 projects set to enter construction between 2026 & 2027 and 5 projects already in construction, an opportunity to join this global powerhouse is not one to be missed. For the last 15 years, the organisation has exponentially grown, now on set to reach their 25GW by 2025 target. Their projects are currently averaging at 50MW across both solar and storage. They also have a proven track record in the space, now standing as a global leader operating across 19 countries. They have one of the strongest track records in the space, and they have accredited this success to several factors. Priding themselves on their culture and remaining true to their original mission of meeting the rising demand for electricity through net zero sources. At the heart of the group, are their key values, aiming to include and empower every single member of the organisation. They are more than just profit also, supporting charities and foundations globally too.Recently, they have gained more investment from a key partner, allowing them to expand their operations even further. They currently work across the entire project lifecycle; developing, building, managing and operating assets as well as owning their assets and managing these. This role will be across all off these markets, giving you the opportunity to oversee grid connections at early development stages into construction and even asset ownership and operations. The role:This is an integral role in one of the most exciting teams within the group. You'd have the opportunity to work with lots of other key departments in the organisation including construction, development and other technical teams. You'll be joining a team of existing grid managers to cover their extensive pipeline, each member taking on a segment for them to concentrate on. There is an air of flexibility to this role as the team is adapting to specific skills you may be able to bring to the group. Their pipeline is incredible extensive, so there will be plenty of flexibility for you to concentrate on where your skills lie, whilst giving you progression to work on new projects!For this role, it is essential for you to have skills in grid connections within the UK market at distribution level. Any skills at transmission level would be advantageous for the team, as well as knowledge and experience on Irish markets. On top of this, work with ancillary services would be beneficial. As they are an IPP, you would have the opportunity to work on projects at early stage developments and feasibility stages. You'd also have the opportunity to work on projects through to construction stages as lots of their projects stay in house. For more information, apply or drop an email to c.mccarley@pipermaddox.com and we can discuss further. Piper Maddox is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

1 day ago
Planning Manager - Solar/BESS - Remote
£60000 - £65000 per annum
London
Permanent
Remote

Planning Manager - Solar/BESS (including DCO work) - Remote - up to £65,000Piper Maddox are working with a European Solar/BESS developer who are looking to add a planning manager to their UK team, this person would have direct reports within the existing team.They have a total project pipeline of 3.5GW split across multiple large scale transmission, and multiple distribution projects as well. Plus a decent portfolio of solar + BESS due to go into construction across 3 sites.They have a much more 'relaxed' approach to how they work. Everyone does quality work but if something goes wrong they won't play the blame game. They also have a great work-life balance, so if this is something your current role does not give it might be worth considering.Another perk of this company is they are well funded and listed on the stock exchange so you'd be safe in knowing that projects will receive the funds to be able to see them be built out and operated.Some responsibilities include and are not limited to the following:Preparation and coordination of planning applications, including pre-application and EIA screening and scoping reports.Policy research and evaluation.Organizing and attending public consultation events.Liaising and assisting with the wider team.Liaising with external consultants, stakeholders, and local authorities.Proven technical abilities and demonstrable knowledge and understanding of Planning and EIA/environmental legislation in the UK.*Experience with renewable energy or DCO/NSIP projects is desired*Bayleigh Angelb.angel@pipermaddox.comPiper Maddox is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

1 day ago
Development Manager - Bristol - Solar
£45000 - £65000 per annum
Bristol
Permanent
Hybrid

Project Development Manager - Bristol - Solar - up to £65,000Piper Maddox are working with one of the UKs leading developers of renewable energy. With multiple of grid connections in their pipelines, and multiple NSIPs in various phases of development, it is a hugely exciting time for the team.This company has put together a strong team of renewable energy professionals in the development, planning, design, grid, and engineering spaces. They are now looking to add to their in house capabilities with someone to focus on the whole project development life-cycle from initiation through to RtB.2023 was a massive year for this company, they celebrated some massive project milestones and are on a huge upwards trajectory to expand further - hence the need for this position.Your role would be centralized around being hands on with the whole development life-cycle for renewable energy developments. You would also be responsible for engaging with landowners and managing the development process on land issues; managing and mitigating project risks and schedules; site surveys and communicating progress to all stakeholders. This would be a fantastic opportunity for someone with a renewable energy development management background to join up with a highly ambitious team where you would have the opportunity to work on nationally significant renewable energy projects.Bayleigh Angelb.angel@pipermaddox.comPiper Maddox is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

4 days ago
EV Key Account Manager
£30000 - £35000 per annum
Sunderland, Tyne and Wear
Permanent
Hybrid

As the world transitions towards sustainable energy solutions, the demand for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure continues to rise. We are seeking a dynamic and results-driven Account Manager to join our team in managing relationships with key clients in the EV charging industry. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in sales, account management, and a passion for promoting sustainable transportation solutions.Responsibilities:Client Relationship Management:Cultivate and maintain strong relationships with existing clients in the EV charging sector.Serve as the primary point of contact for client inquiries, concerns, and escalations.Understand clients' business needs and provide tailored solutions to meet their objectives.Regularly communicate with clients to ensure satisfaction, identify opportunities for upselling, and address any issues proactively.Sales and Business Development:Develop and execute strategies to expand our client base within the EV charging industry.Identify potential leads, conduct prospecting activities, and convert leads into active clients.Collaborate with the sales team to create compelling proposals, presentations, and pitches.Meet and exceed sales targets by effectively managing the sales pipeline and closing deals.Product Knowledge and Expertise:Stay informed about the latest developments in EV charging technology, industry trends, and regulations.Educate clients about the features and benefits of our EV charging solutions.Provide technical support and guidance to clients regarding installation, maintenance, and operation of EV charging infrastructure.Cross-Functional Collaboration:Work closely with internal teams such as product development, marketing, and customer support to ensure alignment in client strategies and initiatives.Gather feedback from clients and communicate insights to relevant teams for continuous improvement of products and services.Collaborate with colleagues to resolve complex client issues and deliver exceptional customer service.Qualifications:Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Sales, Marketing, or related field (preferred).Proven experience in sales, account management, or business development, preferably within the EV charging or renewable energy industry.Strong understanding of sales principles and techniques, with a track record of meeting or exceeding sales targets.Excellent communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills.Ability to build rapport and establish long-term relationships with clients.Technical aptitude and ability to learn and understand EV charging technology.Highly organized with strong time management and prioritization skills.Willingness to travel as needed to meet with clients and attend industry events.Benefits:Competitive salary with performance-based incentives.Comprehensive healthcare and retirement benefits.Opportunities for professional development and career advancement.Flexible work environment with the option for remote work.Contribution to a sustainable future through involvement in the EV charging industry.Piper Maddox is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

5 days ago
Grid Connection Manager
£50000 - £65000 per annum
Liverpool, Merseyside
Permanent
Hybrid

Grid Connection ManagerPan- European IPP, onshore wind and solar PV. Up to £60,000 DOENorth- West UKGrid Connection Manager position within a leading European Independent Power Provider, working across Italy, Spain & Bulgaria. The group has over 15 years of industry presence, working across these locations to secure a pipeline of over 1.4GW. For the last 15 years, the group has expanded their knowledge across Europe to work in new markets to develop, construct and own their assets. These have been mainly onshore wind projects, as well as Solar PV. They began their expansion into the UK 2 years ago and have already seen success with their first project enter construction this year. They have a long term relationship with an investor in the space, as well as being traded on the stock exchange. They specialise in renewable energy projects, with their mission being at the heart of their work. This is simple; to lead the charge for renewable energy production and sale through high quality, and being a reliable partner. Now they have expanded to the UK and ROI they are looking to double the team throughout this year. With the wider organisations support and key management with knowledge of the UK & ROI market, this growth is a really exciting time to join this group. The UK team is relatively entrepreneurial as it grows, and yet you'd have the support of wider design teams that work on the Southern Europe projects. You'd also be present to see the team expand even more throughout this year, able to play a crucial part in this growth. The role:This opportunity is a crucial position for the team as they have ambitious plans for growth throughout the coming years. They aim to expand their pipeline with an additional 200MW year on year through their own developments as well as project acquisitions. This role is a real blend of technical and commercial, and you'll have scope to broaden the position even further due to the entrepreneurial nature of the team. The main attributes you'll need to have are:- Understanding of the UK grid codes, completing G99 applications. - Establishing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders (wider design and development teams, DNOs, TOs, and ICPS.)- Experience with non-contestable designs and Balance of Plants- the ability to complete these would be advantageous, but interpretation would also be suitable.- Ability to liaise with DNOs and TSO- Ability to manage the existing grid portfolio and to expand on this. If you're interested in this position, apply or send an email across and we can discuss further!Piper Maddox is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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22 Mar 2018
energy storage
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22 Mar 2018
WRISE up! Celebrating Women's Leadership in Renewables, Energy Efficiency and Energy Storage.

My colleague and I were invited to the WRISE event celebrating Women’s Leadership in Renewables, Energy Efficiency, and Energy Storage held in Bloomberg’s building in Manhattan and I felt it important to share my thoughts on a, perhaps incorrectly, highly politicized subject. Before I go ahead, at this stage, I think it’s important to tell you that a) I am a man and b) I am a feminist.  What does being a feminist mean to me? It means equality without question. That women and men, in education and the workplace, deserve equal rights, equal opportunity and should be treated with equal amounts of respect. As a leader of Piper Maddox, a recruitment business that focuses exclusively in placing professionals in one of the most progressive industries out there – Renewable Energy & Cleantech, it was important for me to learn about equality and inequality in the workplace in our industry. Perhaps more importantly, I wanted to learn how we could help the businesses in our sector to improve their diversity and why they should be putting this at the forefront of their hiring strategies. This is why I was honored to have been invited to this event and have the opportunity to learn from impactful women such as Kristen Graf, Executive Director of WRISE.   Here were some of the key takeaways I gained from Kristen Graf’s presentation: The renewable energy industry is projected to employ 24 million people globally by 2030, up from 9.8 million today – we’re going to need to mobilize a diverse workforce! According to a major MIT study, group decision-making was improved by 3 major factors, with the 3rd being the proportion of women in the group. Where there are 3 or more women on the board, they outperformed businesses with zero women on the board by 84% for ROS (return on sales), by 60% for ROIC (return on investment capital) and by 46% for ROE (return on equity) in four of five years where data was recorded. Although it did increase year on year, by 2013 the Energy industry was behind most major industries in the percentage of women on boards of businesses, with just less than 10%. In a famous study, where identical resumes were assigned 4 different names “Jamal”, “Greg”, “Jennifer” and “John” there were some interesting results: “Jamal” needed 8 additional years’ experience to be considered as qualified as “Greg”; “Jennifer” was offered $4,000 less in starting salary than “John”. There is inherent unconscious bias built into the interview process of most companies that make it more difficult for women (and minorities) to succeed. There is also bias built into most other areas of talent engagement including how adverts are written.   During the networking event, we also discussed some of the solutions to increase the diversity of the workforce in Renewable Energy. What is clear is that we need to: Increase the recruitment of women into our sector and the businesses within it. We need to develop the women in our businesses, through training and mentoring programs. We need to retain the women in our businesses and in our industry. We need to promote the women in our businesses and give them tools to progress. Speaking to the different attendees, and even members of the Board of WRISE, some trends became clear that I noticed. Firstly, all of these women are passionate about Renewable Energy and they have been for a long time. So, it’s disheartening to hear how most of the people I spoke to had felt like a minority in their business and felt marginalized both socially and professionally. Some of the people went so far as to admit they considered leaving their businesses and the industry itself because of the “boys club”. It was interesting and heartening to hear about how mentoring from both men and women had played an important role in their careers, and also how this offered a support network that they otherwise wouldn’t have had. There were great stories of progression in the industry, the different female advocacy groups that have since sprung up, and the strides some businesses have made – for example; we talked about how BP has appointed their first black female CEO! Great to hear about positive change. What was really exciting was talking to the different members of WRISE and sharing how, Piper Maddox, as a recruitment partner can help educate and facilitate diversity in the workplace. We’ve experienced such positive reactions from the market and our clients about the different diversity initiatives that we can run. I have sparked an internal debate about how best to formalize these programs and aggressively take them to the market to offer the options that our clients want to see. While we’re discussing this internally, I’d greatly appreciate any input, either privately or in the comments section to hear your challenges around diversity, possible solutions or anything else regarding hiring in the Cleantech sector. I look forward to keeping you updated on our progress! Finally, I wanted to send a big thank you to WRISE – it was an honor to be invited, we had a great time and look forward to the next event!

28 Jul 2019
resource
28 Jul 2019
Interview Preparation: the Unsung Hero of Securing a New Job

Last year, I was finishing up my undergrad degree getting ready to graduate, having decided I didn’t want to get my Masters but instead wanted to hop right into the workforce and pursue my dreams of living and working in New York City. I was applying to a lot of jobs, therefore doing quite a few phone interviews. Back then, my idea of interview prep was simply scanning the website for 5 minutes. Fast forward a year and I have secured a job at Piper Maddox as a Renewable Energy Recruitment Consultant, and already supported many people through the interview process that ended in a new job - I now realize what a disservice I did myself when preparing for an interview. Today, interview preparation is one my favorite parts of my job as I see it as something that truly has a huge impact when trying to secure your next role. Here I’m going to walk you through what I usually discuss with people, and why it’s important: The key questions to think about before the interview.   With each of these questions it’s important to remember you’ll learn much more about the company, and your fit, throughout the process, but it’s so important to make sure you are as well-armed as possible prior to the call.   What do you know about the Company?   Before I give any advice, I ask what they’ve done to prepare for the interview. The typical response I get is “I took a look at the website and read the job description”. This is good, but we live in a world where we’ve got access to a ton of knowledge right at our finger tips, so we should be using it to secure our dream jobs! Other sources I suggest using are Google News and LinkedIn, each of these sources pull up information that may not be easily accessible or even on the website. This is important for a few reasons, the first being that for an employer it’s a good gauge of commitment. Having someone that walks into an interview already having a good bit of knowledge on the company is appealing to an interviewer as it shows interest. For the interviewee it’s important as it’s one of the first steps in figuring out if a company matches what they want in a culture and if it would be a place they’d like to work. It's also worth noting that an interview can essentially be boiled down to two key questions:   Why would you be a good fit for this role?   This part of the interview prep takes a good chunk of time, as I find there are a lot of small reminders that don’t necessarily come to the forefront of people’s mind. The tips I usually recommend range from having your resume in front of you (only if it’s a phone interview), being more specific and highlighting key projects. For most people this is the self-explanatory portion of the interview - of course it's important as companies want well qualified people to work for them that can walk in and do the job, but it goes beyond this. It’s important that we’re able to articulate our workplace successes and failures as it shows capacity to learn and grow on the job. We have a habit of shying away from our failures, but by highlighting them and explaining how you learned from it can set you apart from other interviewees. Being specific is hugely important because it highlights exactly what you did in situations.   Why are you interested?   There is a big misconception that being a good technical fit for the role is the be all end all for an interview. This is one of the most important parts of the interview. I work with a lot of passive candidates that aren’t necessarily scouring LinkedIn for their next job, but are open to opportunities that present more growth and allow them to take the next step in their career. It’s SO important to convey why you’re interested and how this makes sense as the next step in your career. I think playing your cards too close to your chests is one of the biggest mistakes you could make, as employers want to hire people who are motivated to accept and succeed in the role.   Ask questions.   Perhaps the most obvious one - when going through an interview process it’s so important to ask questions throughout. For a lot of people they think an interview is a one-way street where the candidate gets peppered with questions and then the company decides if they’re a fit. This isn’t the case - it’s as much about you feeling it is a fit for you, so ask questions that will help you make a well-informed decision about whether this role and company are where you want to work. You’re often judged as much by the questions you ask as the answers you give. I recommend questions be in a few key areas as well as the ones that are important to you. ​ I’d say it helps to categorize your questions into three areas:   The Company:    These questions help you understand the longevity of the business and the plans for an advancement. What are the company’s plans for growth? How does this business unit play into those plans? ​ The Role:    Questions in this area can help give more of an insight into the breadth of the role and possible career growth in the business. What do the first 6 months of this role look like versus the long term? What is the long-term growth trajectory for a person in this position? ​ Your Interviewer:    These questions serve a purpose when it comes to building rapport with your interviewer. Why did you join this business? What’s the most challenging part of your job/ what’s your favorite part of your job? Enjoy. Interviewing can be a stressful time for many people and it shouldn’t be. This is an exciting moment and a possible new journey for you, so it’s important to take a deep breath and enjoy it, as it could be the next adventure in your career!

11 Oct 2022
hydrogen and clean fuels
podcast
11 Oct 2022
Clean Fuels Podcast: Season 1 Episode 1

S1 Ep1: Exploring the true scope of the clean fuels economy   Welcome to the first episode of the Clean Fuels Podcast hosted by Ben Greenfield of Piper Maddox, the aim of this four-part series is to shed light on the ever-evolving landscape of sustainable and low-carbon alternative fuel sources. We’ll be exploring innovations in Hydrogen, BioFuels, Novel Nuclear technologies and other potential forms of alternative energy and storage. We’ll be speaking with in-industry experts to discuss their various applications, benefits and potential challenges in bringing these products to market. In our inaugural episode, we sit down with our guest Naomi Boness, PhD to discuss a holistic overview of the Clean Fuels & Hydrogen markets. We break down the reasons for the current push for clean fuels, the industry applications, as well as the challenges to deploy clean fuels en mass. Naomi Boness, PhD currently serves as Co-Managing Director for the Stanford Hydrogen Initiative at Stanford University and is an advisor, and board member for various Hydrogen, and Clean Fuels businesses. She has a PhD in Geophysics from Stanford University, a Masters of Science in Geological Sciences from Indiana University, and a Bachelors of Science in Geophysics and Seismology from the University of Leeds. She is passionate about clean energy, and her work at Stanford is aimed to foster new tech innovations in the clean fuels and hydrogen spaces. You can also listen to the Clean Fuels podcast on the below platforms:Apple > https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/clean-fuels-podcast/id1649553222Spotify > https://open.spotify.com/show/69TS4ekYNMyYh32JmGxwPVAnchor > https://anchor.fm/piper-maddox

14 Nov 2022
hydrogen and clean fuels
podcast
14 Nov 2022
Clean Fuels Podcast: Season 1 Episode 2

S1 Ep2: The ways we can use clean fuels & hydrogen to decarbonize the grid ​ Welcome to the first episode of the Clean Fuels Podcast hosted by Ben Greenfield of Piper Maddox, the aim of this four-part series is to shed light on the ever-evolving landscape of sustainable and low-carbon alternative fuel sources. We’ll be exploring innovations in Hydrogen, BioFuels, Novel Nuclear technologies and other potential forms of alternative energy and storage. We’ll be speaking with in-industry experts to discuss their various applications, benefits and potential challenges in bringing these products to market.     In Episode 2 of the Clean Fuels Podcast we sit down with our guest Mary Usovicz to discuss the applications and ways we can use clean fuels & hydrogen to decarbonize the grid. We break down the history of the hydrogen market, the reasons it has gained traction of the past few years, and the challenges we will face with fostering a cleaner, more sustainable grid. Mary Usovicz is an independent consultant with a primary focus on the hydrogen and fuels markets. She’s worked with a number of high profile clients such as Avangrid, and First Light Power- she also serves as the Director of Business Development for the UMASS Lowell Emerging Energy Institute. She formerly served as Senior Vice President of Business Development for TRC Companies, and Vice President of External Affairs for Repsol. She is passionate about clean energy, and also hosts her own Podcast with a focus on green hydrogen.​ You can also listen to the Clean Fuels podcast on the below platforms:Apple > https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/clean-fuels-podcast/id1649553222Spotify > https://open.spotify.com/show/69TS4ekYNMyYh32JmGxwPVAnchor > https://anchor.fm/piper-maddox

11 Dec 2022
hydrogen and clean fuels
podcast
11 Dec 2022
Clean Fuels Podcast: Season 1 Episode 3

S1 Ep 3: Decarbonizing heavy industry & manufacturing using clean fuels   ​Welcome to the Clean Fuels Podcast hosted by Ben Greenfield of Piper Maddox, the aim of this four-part series is to shed light on the ever-evolving landscape of sustainable and low-carbon alternative fuel sources. We’ll be exploring innovations in Hydrogen, BioFuels, Novel Nuclear technologies and other potential forms of alternative energy and storage. We’ll be speaking with in-industry experts to discuss their various applications, benefits and potential challenges in bringing these products to market. ​ In Episode 3 of the Clean Fuels Podcast we sit down with our guest Chris Shugart to discuss the topic of decarbonizing heavy industry & manufacturing by using green hydrogen and clean fuels. We break down the reasons hydrogen can be a major solution to decarbonizing heavy industry, collaboration and competition in the hydrogen and clean fuels market, and a holistic overview of the clean fuels & hydrogen market. Chris Shugart serves as Senior Vice President of Operations, and Interim Head of Development at Ambient Fuels. Over the years he has also worked for big industry names such as Rev Renewables and Pattern Energy where he served most recently as Senior Vice President of Operations & Construction. You can also listen to the Clean Fuels podcast on the below platforms:Apple > https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/clean-fuels-podcast/id1649553222Spotify > https://open.spotify.com/show/69TS4ekYNMyYh32JmGxwPVAnchor > https://anchor.fm/piper-maddox