As Director of Technical Asset Management you will be responsible for optimizing the technical performance of all distributed generation solar assets while managing third-party O&M service providers, engineers, main equipment suppliers, service providers, and other stakeholders. Using your detailed understanding of electrical engineering, solar equipment, and construction you will develop & manage O&M budgets, ensure solar asset performance is at or above forecast for all assets, identify any underperformance in a timely manner and develop an action plan to correct
performance, and review and manage contracts with suppliers and service providers.
You will also work closely with various departments within the organization, such as Accounting and
Operations, develop policies and processes to improve overall performance of AM department, regularly, provide a feedback loop to Operations, review and approve expenses by assets and per existing contracts and agreements, periodically, perform risk analysis of existing portfolio and develop a risk mitigation strategy, and identify asset improvement opportunities to increase performance and revenue.
Additionally you will develop and improve with the AM Team, a compliance calendar to manage all regulatory, legal, financial, and other compliance requirements, perform regular technical asset audits to identify performance optimization, risk mitigation, predicative maintenance, identify and execute regular required services, such as vegetation management and snow removal, and manage O&M service providers and ensure performance according to existing Contracts.