Associate Director – Asset Management
Distributed Energy,Hydro,Offshore Wind,Solar,Storage
Working with the senior leadership in Korea, you will have a focus on supporting transaction and asset management teams on transformation projects within new and existing infrastructure assets including benchmarking performance, transition, facilitation of technology innovation projects and ESG. You will also drive the cross-pollination of best practices and standards, both across the region and globally. Your key responsibilities will be to identify, analyse and support implementation of best practice initiatives, support the standardisation of key minimum investment performance standards based on System 7 framework, to drive a more consistent and collaborative approach.
You will also work with asset teams to drive and deliver high quality transition plans and ongoing performance. You will lead a mandate focused on performance assessment, including results, initiatives, asset management and strategy across a portfolio of asset companies as well as participate in asset deep dives and other reviews to discuss portfolio related performance initiatives. You will provide support and work with senior sector directors on implementation of sector-specific value initiatives and major change projects including business integrations, mergers, carve-outs and initiatives.
You will have management, operational or project management experience in the infrastructure, energy, utilities and/or renewables sectors, ideally with P&L exposure and responsibility. Previous experience in business improvement and workplace health, safety and environment with a proven track record of responding successfully to key business challenges would be strongly preferred. You will have a track record of designing and implementing business improvement initiatives. A proven ability to succeed in a complex stakeholder environment, with strong relationship building and influencing skills and the ability to drive change are also essential. Excellent written and verbal communication skills in both Korean and English are also required.