We recycle. We turn off lights when we leave rooms. We cycle to work.
We watch Seaspiracy on Netflix and then tell all our friends to stop eating tuna.
Sustainability is coming to the forefront of how we live our lives, and it’s more than just compostable coffee cups.
The Renewable Energy sector is taking off in a big way, becoming an incredibly busy, fast-paced, and exciting industry to throw yourself into.
So, if you fancy working client-side for one of the most booming sectors in the UK, stepping into a Planning Manager role for a Global Renewable Energy developer, read on.
You’d be handling some of the biggest projects you can get your hands on, taking them from the point of inception through to completion, overseeing them yourself every step of the way. For a Town Planner with roughly 2-3 years of experience, that’s a pretty big deal.
You’d have the backing of a Global firm with offices across the world, but sitting in the London team, you’ll have all the benefits of being in a small, close-knit office with friendly teammates, working closely with the Head of Planning for the UK.
Basically, the best of both worlds.
Plus since it’s Global, there’s always the option to incorporate different jurisdictions into your workload; fancy trying out planning in Trinidad? Why not give it a shot from the comfort of your Central London office.
You don’t need to have years of experience in the Renewables sector, just the interest and enthusiasm to learn what you don’t know.
So exciting work, competitive salary, and autonomy over your own projects; not bad.
If you might be interested, don’t hesitate to get in touch. I’d be happy to talk you through the details. Look me [Jessica Carnwath] up on LinkedIn or give me a ring on 07584483807.