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Community Wind - Project Director - Remote

Company: Michael Page
Location: San Diego
Posted on: June 10, 2024

Job Description:

The Community Wind - Project Director - Remote will lead the delivery of 8 Community Wind projects across New York.Currently focused on the front end for 30% & 60% design as they are put into the interconnection queue, and bid submission, but will take these projects all the way through to COD.Client DetailsMy client are a prominent, global infrastructure fund that acquired an IPP focused on Community Wind projects, and they're now injecting funding and resources to help these projects get delivered.DescriptionThe Community Wind - Project Director - Remote will have the below responsibilities -

  • Oversee the delivery of the portfolio of community wind projects from late-stage development through to COD. Including 30% design, 60% design, turbine procurement (templates and relationships in place), construction risk in development phases, CAPEX, etc
  • Define project CAPEX, schedule, risk and opportunities matrix.
  • Manage potential delivery optimization to improve project health.
  • Support all project RFPs as necessary, working together with investment team to define and develop most feasible project CAPEX for the commercial strategy.
  • Communicate and report on project and portfolio health to internal stakeholders.
  • Manage 3rd party service providers; EPC management service, owners engineers, regulatory entities where applicable.
  • Manage inputs to internal stakeholders for tax equity transactions, investors and customers as necessary.
  • Develop and provide portfolio overview reports which report status on; Individual project: HSE, schedule, budget and quality. Portfolio: overall health and potential optimization.
  • Ensure compliant, quality hand over to Operations.ProfileIn return for a competitive compensation package, the candidate will have:
    • 10 years of relevant experience - focused on Project Delivery, with at least 5 years working on Wind project execution, and ideally experience delivering projects in NY-ISO.
      • MISO, NYISO, NE-ISO experience valuable.
      • Ideally someone that comes from the owner's side, working in an execution role.
        • EPC contractor background could work but it can be hard to find the right cultural fit.
        • Understand how to write contracts for turbines - Templates are in place to use.
        • Understand what's going on in the renewable market, particularly wind.
        • Understands how to negotiate with the EPC.
        • Understand CAPEX.
        • Understand risk in development eg say "here's a risk register for construction."
          • Eg- if you get this piece of land you won't be able to get a turbine here", "If you get this land you'll have to get this crossing and/or road done, etc" - someone with the basic fundamentals of delivering a wind project.Job OfferFor the right Community Wind - Project Director - Remote there will be:
            • Base salary up to $225k (dependent upon experience)
            • Annual Bonus 25%
            • Extremely good benefits package
            • 401K contributions
            • 4 weeks PTOLocation - Preferably based in NY, but open to remote in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Virginia, and any nearby states.MPI does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, or based on an individual's status in any group or class protected by applicable federal, state or local law. MPI encourages applications from minorities, women, the disabled, protected veterans and all other qualified applicants.

Keywords: Michael Page, San Diego , Community Wind - Project Director - Remote, Executive , San Diego, California

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