Experienced Solar Designer sought by fast-growth Clean-Energy Developer pioneering Solar Carparking, Electric Vehicle Infrastructure and adjacent Energy Storage applications. On the back of several pioneering schemes and new project wins, our client are looking for a potential future “head of” Design & Engineering.
Supporting Business Development, the successful designer will liaise closely with departments to produce designs and drawings including civil, mechanical and electrical systems schematics, solar PV plant and energy storage system layouts and associated reports or data throughout project lifecycles. Will produce as-built drawings in conjunction with relevant parties within the company.
Solar Design Engineer / Manager key requirements;
- Able to use PVSyst / PVSOL – PV Design software to produce detailed proposals and specifications for PV systems.
- Able to use Auto CAD to produce designs for installers to install systems.
- Can use Excel spreadsheet to show the design in bill of materials (BOM) format, enable to analysis systems cost and make savings against budgets
- Can produce G59 applications to the DNO
- Able to attend site after the sales first pass to produce a detail site layout with dimensions to produce system overlays for the customer, and in house commercial team
- Use electrical design software to do cable calculations – to specify AC cables sizes for PV systems
You will have a strong background in AutoCAD, ideally combined with Solar PV / Renewable energy experience. Good track record of producing construction drawings, schematics and/or architectural designs.
With conservative estimates, our client are forecasting a 200% growth over the next 12 months and looking for a capable hands-on designer with the ambition to grow a team and responsibilities. Ideally the role will be based just outside of Cambridge with site travel as requires. Flexible working, competitive salary and participation in company share scheme all on offer.
Design Engineer / Manager – Solar, Energy Storage & Electric Vehicle Infrastructure