This week’s summit in Ostend, Belgium, saw European leaders pledge to multiply the capacity of projects in the North Sea by eight times current levels before 2050, creating “Europe’s biggest green power plant” in the process. The rapid pace of deployment means more general counsels, contract experts, and M&A and international law specialists will be required in the sector in coming years.
New clean energy legal vacancies in Europe’s offshore wind market
Against this positive backdrop, we’ve been retained by a pioneering offshore wind developer with a global pipeline of over 30GW in development. Our client has over two decades of experience as a leader in developing and operating offshore wind projects around the world. And having already delivered more than 5GW covering the entire offshore wind value chain, its mission is to help achieve global decarbonisation, providing a sustainable and secure energy system for future generations. We’re working with this global leader to fill these legal vacancies:
- A Head of Legal Projects and Markets to lead the Legal Projects and Markets team, providing legal support to market and project development. Based in Hamburg, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Paris or London with regular travel (ideally weekly) to Hamburg.
- A Head of Legal EPCI and Operations to lead the Legal EPCI and Operations team, providing support to all engineering, procurement, construction, installation and operational activities across Europe and APAC. Based in Hamburg, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Paris or London with regular travel (ideally weekly) to Hamburg.
- A Senior Legal Counsel, Legal EPCI and Operations to support on engineering, procurement and construction activities across Europe and APAC. Based in Hamburg, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Paris or London.
- A Senior Legal Counsel, Legal Corporate and Compliance to become a key part of the Legal Corporate and Compliance team, providing corporate legal support across Europe and APAC. Based in Hamburg, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Paris or London.
These legal vacancies require applicants to be a fully-qualified lawyer with outstanding academic credentials and proven experienced in an international firm. You’ll also need profound knowledge of large-scale renewables or infrastructure projects, and experience with market standard offshore wind contracts.
Apply via the links above – or connect with our offshore wind legal talent specialist Cara Dzivane if you’d like to discuss what’s new and upcoming in this exciting market.