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Job ID 9238
Onshore Wind
Republic of Ireland

Land & Stakeholder Manager required to join a leading renewable energy firm involved in the development, construction and operation of an extensive portfolio of onshore and offshore windfarms across the UK, Ireland and Europe.

The successful candidate will be responsible for managing all landowner and community relationships to secure land access rights and development agreements for a portfolio of onshore wind projects. The role will involve extensive travel to sites across Ireland so home-based contracts are being offered.


  • Negotiate land agreement and land rights for a portfolio of onshore wind schemes across Ireland
  • Engage and liaise with landowners to secure land agreements for onshore projects and remain point of contact throughout negotiation of agreements and development lifecycle
  • Coordinate team of land agents, consultants, community liaison officers and external solicitors to secure land agreements
  • Develop and implement a robust community engagement plan for onshore development in line with Government guidelines
  • Organise and attend landowner meetings, public events and project hearings, providing clear explanation of technical, legal and commercial matters
  • Undertake role of Community Liaison Officer providing a two-way point of contact between community groups and the project
  • Identify measures to bring benefits to the community before, during and after project construction


  • Degree in relevant subject is desirable (e.g. Rural Surveying, Land, Town Planning etc)
  • Demonstrable experience delivering land agreements within a rural agency, developer or consultancy
  • Experience liaising with landowners (forestry/ farming/ property), local authorities/ County Councils, communities and project stakeholders on regional or national scale projects
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with aptitude for managing and maintaining effective relationships with multiple key stakeholders
  • Understanding of property and leasing law and various forms of legal agreements used to secure land access and development rights
  • Understanding of planning and development process for large scale projects
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Full driving licence and flexibility to travel at short notice

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