Development Manager – Onshore Wind – Glasgow - Networkers PLC

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Job Details

Salary band: £40k - £50k
Salary Details: £40K+ & Car & Benefits
Location: Scotland , Glasgow
Job type: Permanent
Company: Networkers PLC
Contact: Rebecca Wheelhouse
Sector: Project Development
Job Categories: Wind Energy Jobs
Posted: 29/03/2012
Expires: 21/06/2012

Development Manager – Onshore Wind – Glasgow - £40K+ & Car & Benefits 

Our client has an urgent need for a Development Manager to join its team due to significant success in the market recently. They have developed over 5GW of wind power and they are a key player in wind development in the UK.

In this role you will be responsible for Project Managing the development of onshore wind farms sites across Scotland. You will be responsible for the development plans & budgets and will see you working independently planning, co-ordinating external resources, dealing with engineering and technical teams, EIA’s, grid studies and stakeholders.

To be considered for this role you will have a degree and be experienced in developing onshore wind farms in the UK. You will demonstrate experience dealing with planning authorities, stakeholders, landowners and development partners. Candidate with this knowledge in Scotland would be of particular interest.