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EPC Project Manager (Renewable Energy)

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EPC Project Manager (Renewable Energy)

Edinburgh

£50,000- £65,000 + Excellent Progression + Training & Development Opportunities + Flexitime + Job Security + Renewable Energy + Holiday Exchange + Pension

Are you a Project Manager with experience in the Renewable Energy sector looking to progress your career in a prestigious company?

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Project Manager looking to oversee bespoke renewable projects from cradle to grave, playing a vital part in the company's future growth.

This company provide developmental support for wind, solar, and hydropower energy projects and oversee the entire process from initial concept to generation. They offer a bespoke service on consultation and project management and are a leading provider for clients across Scotland.

The client is looking for an Engineering Project Manager to be responsible for a variety of renewable energy projects. They will prepare and review technical design elements as well as documentation and management procurement processes. They will lead a team of colleagues and contractors, liaise with senior management and external stakeholders, in carrying out wind, solar, and hydro energy projects from cradle to grave.

This is a fantastic opportunity to progress your career in an expanding leading company, offering career progression and great earning potential.

The role:
*Managing Renewable Energy Projects from cradle to grave (Full EPC)
*Prepare and review technical design elements as well as documentation and management procurement processes.
*Communication with all external stakeholders from landowners to DNO's.

The person:
*EPC Renewable Energy Project Management experience.
*Degree in engineering or a relevant discipline.
*Full UK driving license.

The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.

Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom.
Potential candidates who do not have this right or permit, or are pending an application to obtain this right or permit should not apply.