Renewables Project Manager (Small/Medium Wind) - Candover Green
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|Sector:||Project & Programme | Project Development|
|Job Categories:||Wind Energy Jobs|
Purpose of role:
To manage the planning and environmental assessment process for small / medium scale renewables projects. To contribute to sales and developing business as required.
Manage development pipeline and track progress of sites through the planning process.
Coordinate and submit planning applications, primarily for single turbine wind schemes.
Source, instruct and manage relevant technical experts (both internal and external).
Carry out EIA screening and scoping.
Consult with planning authorities, statutory and non-statutory consultees.
Sell renewable EIA work through quotation/tender writing, relationship building, client visits and presentations
Five years experience in EIA and / or town & country planning, preferably in a commercial environment.
A degree in a relevant environmental subject, for example; Environmental Science, EIA, Town & Country Planning, Environmental Engineering or equivalent.
Good generalist knowledge of potential environmental and technical constraints affecting renewable development.
Track record of successfully selling EIA work and building relationships with clients.