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Project Manager (Solar PV)

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Project Manager (Solar PV)


Exeter


£35'000 - £40'000 + Training + Progression + Pension + Holidays


Are you from a construction or renewable energy background and trained on NEC contracts?


Do you want to join an ambitious and rapidly expanding company within the renewable energy sector in a varied role where you will receive the opportunity to further develop your career?


This award winning company specialise in the design, installation and maintenance of domestic and commercial solar, EV charging, LED lighting and battery storage projects across the South West and UK wide. They have thrived in recent years and are now looking to expand their team to facilitate future growth and success.

In this role, the successful candidate will manage the installation of commercial renewable energy projects, mainly Solar PV. Having recently won a large new contract, they will also help manage the company's NEC4 contracts.

The ideal candidate will have an engineering background within either the construction or renewable energy sector. You must be trained on NEC contracts (ideally NEC4) and hold a valid UK driving license.

This is an excellent opportunity to build a long term career in the highly sought after renewable energy sector with a well-established company where you will play a key part in the success of the business.

The Role:
* Manage the deployment on recently won NEC4 contract
* Manage the installation of renewable energy projects (mainly Solar PV)
* Liaise and build relationship with clients
* Office based with some site travel
* Training in renewables and progression available


The Person:
* Trained in NEC contracts (ideally NEC4)
* Engineering background
* Experience in the construction or renewable energy sector
* Commutable to Exeter
* Full UK Driving License

Job Reference: BBBH153737

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.