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Development Associate - Offshore Wind (Spanish speaking)

Our client is a rapidly growing developer of floating wind projects.

They have an excellent reputation for innovation and have partnered with multiple large corporations with the highest standards of corporate governance.

They are currently undergoing a phase of international expansion and are seeking to hire a Development Associate to join their expanding team.

The Role

Your role is to support the project development activities within the company globally. This will be achieved by supporting senior colleagues in all aspects of the early development phases of projects. You will report to the Director Market Development/Portfolio Development Manager.

As an entry-level position it is envisaged that you will undertake activities in both the engineering and consenting side of the development process to enable you to choose your future career path in renewables and support the growth of the company and the renewables industry.

You will be part of a dynamic and fast-moving team focusing on the development of early phase projects globally. You will be a key member of the development team with real responsibility and accountability for your workload and deliverables. You will build your knowledge, experience, and network to develop these projects and look for innovative ways or working to remain at the forefront of the industry.

You are a valued team-member able to deliver high-quality deliverables on time and budget.
A company that invests primarily in its staff; ensuring that irrespective of where in the world they work, staff feel part of the same family, working towards the same vision and having everything they need to deliver their best performance for themselves, for the company and for the planet.
You can grow your career in the direction you want, finding areas of interest for you that are aligned to help the company meet its strategic goals.

Engineering Responsibilities

Provide input on engineering and wider technical matters in support of early offshore wind project development activities.
Support the engineering activities for site selection ensuring that technical parameters are understood, and technical risks are mitigated.
Support the development phase of the engineering programme and identify all key activities required to progress project activities.
Support Development budget creation & maintenance.
Interact with consultants to deliver early project work.
Support early partner identification and interaction.
Ensure appropriate engineering governance are put in place and managed, including the creation, development, and upkeep of risk registers.
Keep a view of and monitor offshore wind technology development to ensure that the opportunities for innovation are maximised.
Assist in providing engineering support opportunities as required.

Consenting Responsibilities

Assist in the development of environmental and/or consenting relating tasks for the site selection process and associated risks.
Support the leasing processes, coordinate the input required and ensure the high quality of documents.
Support the development of consenting related budgets and programmes aligned to the required consenting activities.
Support the stakeholder management process and be involved in the engagement with environmental and consenting stakeholders.

Requirements

Quality of deliverables.
Ability to meet required timelines.
Team player.
Overall success of new business team.Skills:

Knowledge of renewable energy industry.
Very good project development understanding.
Team player.
Exceptional communicator.
Competence to build strong interpersonal relationships.
Excellent negotiator.
Fluent English is mandatory.
Additional languages such as: Spanish, Italian, Greek or Polish will be viewed favourably on the application.Experience/qualifications:

Graduate degree in engineering or environmental field.
Demonstrated effectiveness in similar role, 3-5 years' experience in similar or related role.Attitude:

People centric.
Results driven.
Balanced and fair.

Salary: c.£40,000 (€47,000) per annum, plus discretionary bonus, pension, and shares.

Location: Edinburgh, Madrid or Bilbao.

About us

Climate17 are recruitment specialists across Energy & Sustainability markets. Our extensive experience, expert market knowledge and passion for what we do stand us apart

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