Join our Development Team in Italy to help GIG support the transition to a low carbon,sustainable global economy. This Italy-based role will have responsibility for our Italian renewable energy projects and report directly to our Italian Country Manager.
You will work closely with GIG’s development partners on the development of renewable projects in Italy with an initial focus on solar. The Development Manager will monitor and coordinate the delivery of projects from development, through construction and into operation in cooperation with the wider team. You will also act as the local representative and day to day point of contact for development partners and be responsible for ensuring GIG’s standards and policies are incorporated into all projects.
This role will see you providing input on project acquisitions, oversight of day to day administration of a pipeline of projects, including reporting and information flow, policies and corporate governance. This includes liaising and working with GIG’s partners, contractors,
external consultants, project stakeholders such as GSE, TSO, landowners, government entities and local councils. The role is based in Milan, with regular travel within Italy and some travel to the London office and other destinations Europe.
You will develop strong working relationships with development partners in order to ensure obligations are met and to ensure accuracy of board, financial and tax reporting. You will also manage any specialist third party advisors appointed by GIG and, where required, identify any changes required to the scope of these services, and assist in on-boarding new service providers as well as evaluating renewable energy project opportunities and complete initial due diligence assessments.
To achieve financial close of projects, you will work with the Project Delivery team in preparation for projection construction during handover and also provide assistance during the construction process (construction management experience will be seen as a favourable skill) in order to monitor project development and to make sure that all applicable AB&C rules are properly applied by the controlled SPVs and by our main counterparties.
You will have a relevant university degree, with qualifications in environmental science, engineering or finance, with 6 years+ experience in renewable energy projects with a strong track record in project development and delivery. To succeed in this role, you will have a deep understanding of the Italian renewable energy sector, including due diligence process, grid connection process, environmental approvals process, market regulation and local conditions. Fluent spoken and written English and Italian is a minimum requirement, with additional European language skills desirable.
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