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Senior Associate, Development

The Opportunity:

Join a growing team dedicated to development and management of energy infrastructure, community economic development, corporate social responsibility, safeguarding environmental resources, and sharing in the growth of a highly ethical, competitive, and privately held enterprise.

 Responsibilities:

The Senior Associate will be a key team member in the management of new utility-scale solar PV and battery storage generation projects in the southwest United States.  As such, he or she will support the management of multiple projects throughout the development phase - from project inception to project financing or sale. The Senior Associate can expect to support Project Managers as well as be the primary point of contact on many activities and responsibilities including obtaining internal approvals for active project development; creating and managing project budgets and schedules; negotiating and executing real estate agreements; overseeing environmental studies and obtaining all necessary permits and regulatory approvals for financing; filing interconnection requests and completing studies; executing interconnection agreements; and sourcing and executing commercial offtake agreements.   

The candidate will also be responsible for supporting and coordinating with all other departments to see the projects to a successful exit, including engineering, commercial, finance, legal and administrative. He or she will also maintain market knowledge and monitor competitors and competing projects.  The candidate will be active in all local community stakeholders (political, government, school districts) and participate in community engagement and public relations, as needed.  The Senior Associate will provide support to the project team in all external and internal matters related to a project.

The candidate should acquire and maintain industry knowledge of market, transmission, and other trends, analyze acquisition opportunities, respond to public RfPs, and identify potential bid opportunities for Advanced Power projects. 

Qualifications:  Reporting to the Vice President of Development and working closely with the Manager of Development, the candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree or MBA and at least 3 years of experience in energy or power generation or related industry with a demonstrated ability to perform at a high level. Prior development or commercial experience in the southwest United States power markets is strongly preferred. Among other things the candidate must:

  • Balance multiple tasks and responsibilities simultaneously
  • Be able to work as part of a team towards a common goal
  • Communicate ideas and thoughts effectively both verbally and written
  • Be self-motivated and able to motivate others
  • Exhibit eagerness and willingness to learn
  • Be trustworthy
  • Have a strong understanding of key business principles
  • Consistently perform and deliver on stated goals and objectives
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage all members of a team regardless of seniority or department
  • Possess strong negotiation skills
  • Exhibit high ethical and professional standards and practices

Additional requirements:

Periodic travel throughout the U.S (~25%) is required.