You'll be joining a new solar division as the person with the knowhow and knowledge to oversee the design and engineering work - the designs for development support, the construction issue plans, the schematics.
You'll also need to be collaborative at heart. The project and site managers would be relying on your engineering knowledge and oversight, so you'd be working closely with them. You'll also be managing work with external designers and consultants.
You'd be joining a new solar division which works hand-in-hand with the existing business which specialises in methane capture from landfill. It might be a new team, but the work is already well underway - they already have a utility-scale project operational, with more coming through the planning stages.
Because of the methane capture business, they've already got land with grid connections agreed. You'd be able to get in and get cracking on adding solar and storage projects to these sites. You'll also be working closely with the Design Engineer in the team already who will work with you to get you up to speed.
You know your stuff when it comes to large-scale solar. Even better if you've dabbled in energy storage, too. You'll need to have a degree in engineering, and you should know your way around AutoCAD and PVSyst.
The business offers a salary of up to £35,000 with a 20% bonus, but there could be some wiggle room for the right person.
You'll also need to have a UK driving licence so that you can drive to sites and take advantage of the £6,500 yearly car allowance provided. You'll also need to be able to head to the office in Northampton from time to time.
If this sounds like you, give me a call or WhatsApp on 07935 058 853, or shoot me a message through LinkedIn. We can have an informal chat about the details of the role and decide if it's the next step in your career.