The Project Developer will drive regional utility projects. Develop sales strategies and targets to achieve revenue and profitability goals. The Project developer will develop a portfolio view of projects, set the company standards and drive high performance in project deliverables to utility scaled projects. You will be responsible for managing 15 MW to 100MW+ projects from inception through project closeout, cost and scheduling goals and project schedule including: development, metrics, maintenance of the schedule to report weekly to executives on % complete, project budget, risk management, safety, and quality, and ensuring subcontractors are in compliance with all permits and laws, and mitigation measures on the project.
You will maintain high level contact with permitting officials, demonstrate the ability to work with the Procurement team to provide conceptual cost estimates for various interconnection layouts, understand differences in substation configurations and provide value driven decisions to various internal stakeholders, and have familiarity with substation telecommunications and SCADA.
Additionally you will oversee the management of the system design and construction process, make sure that all RFI's and Submittals are responded to in a timely manner, ensure all Company procured materials are ordered and delivered to site in the required timeline, work with procurement team to identify and order long lead substation equipment negotiation and execute the contract associated Purchase Order/ associated invoices, and work with Procurement team to identify and solicit contracting partners, hold pre-bid meetings, training sessions.
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering
- 5-7 years of experience in Project Development or Project Business Development
- 3-5 years of experience in high voltage and/or interconnection of renewables required
- Prior experience in substation design is a plus
- Experienced with Solar PV and construction terminology
- Excellent knowledge of HVDC, Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) contracting and the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) structure