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We are powered by passionate people. From those who help find and develop our renewable energy options to the teams that manage our construction projects and ensure our assets operate effectively, we are committed to generating value for our shareholders. The teams that support our landowners, the communities we operate within and our corporate functions that keep us operating. Together, new thinking, new energy and our willingness to pursue a new approach makes Tilt Renewables a great organisation. We have our own name for our strong culture. We are "Gen Tilt".

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Available Opportunities

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Senior Market Operations Analyst

We are looking for a senior market operations analyst to provide oversight of market operations activities, including acting as a subject matter expert on the NEM wholesale market and New Zealand market. This role will ensure compliance with market regulatory obligations, defining and implementing the spot bidding strategy and maintaining systems and processes for 24/7 operations and oversight will be key functions of the role as well as advising on market aspects of development projects and conducting settlements.

About this role

This role contributes to Tilt Renewables by ensuring 24/7 operations activities are compliant with regulations and produce the maximum possible revenue from operational assets withing the constraints of asset management requirements and associated control costs.

Key accountabilities include:

  • 24/7 Oversight - The operational control of our assets under management is a key activity in the successful performance of the company as such this role plays a key role in maintaining external services to provide 24/7 oversight and market operator interfaces that are fit for purpose and allow compliance with market instruction and capture opportunities for business expansion.
  • Revenue risk management - spot bidding - develop and implement spot bidding strategies to optimise risk and revenue for operating assets
  • Commercial optimisation - in conjunction with other internal stakeholders you will identify, investigate and develop new strategies and processes to obtain maximum revenue from generation;
  • Project development and delivery - you will provide analysis and recommendations on the revenue streams available to development projects including those involving storage;
  • Regulatory Change - you will monitor and contribute to regulatory change processes including informing the Executive Leadership Team of significant regulatory developments and recommend strategies and positions for Tilt Renewables to adopt as well as making submissions and presentations to regulatory bodies.

About you

We are looking for someone who can drive operational / commercial optimisation, including continuous improvement of automated spot bidding and, monitoring of market conditions. You will have great interpersonal skills as your role engages with regulatory bodies; senior leadership teams; and a variety of roles across the business.

You will have at a minimum:

  • A degree in in business / commerce / economics or Engineering (or equivalent)
  • Experience in energy market operations and compliance, asset operations or asset management
  • Strong working knowledge of NEM wholesale spot market operations including bidding
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of relevant Australian and New Zealand electricity market regulations, compliance requirements and regulators.
  • Experience in implementing and maintaining externally contracted software and service delivery.
  • Training in risk management, compliance or governance within energy markets is desirable
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain close supervision of all facets of the operation and projects and the ability to influence key stakeholders;
  • Advanced Excel skills including VBA macros

If you would like a copy of the position description please email Sarah.mccormick@tiltrenewables.com. If you would like to speak with Sarah please call on 0418 351168

We require applicants to have the relevant Australian working rights.

Health & Safety Manager

The position of Health & Safety Manager has been recently created to give this function the visibility and direction it demands as a core strategic initiative of the business. Reporting directly to the CEO, this key leadership role is responsible for driving, influencing and continuously improving the health and safety culture at Tilt Renewables, including working both internally and with our external partners across operational assets and construction projects as well as supporting new development projects. This role will lead the development, implementation and review of the Health and Safety (H&S) strategy, systems, policies, plans and procedures across the business, including relevant risk and hazard management framework components, ensuring that all internal and external stakeholders understand, and are actively engaged with business H&S expectations and outcomes.

About this role

This is a hands on role that requires the successful candidate to be self directed and self motivated. You will set your sights at industry best practice in the functional areas of Health & Safety through improve process, reporting and tangible H&S outcomes on construction and operational projects.

Key accountabilities include:

  • Leading the development, implementation and monitoring of company H&S strategy in conjunction with the Executive Team and Board, working with the Head of Risk and People & Culture Executive as required:
  • Embedding a strong culture of H&S across the entire business;
  • Developing and implementing the H&S systems and strategies including policies and initiatives;
  • Aligning H&S standards with contractors systems;
  • Ongoing improvement of H&S management plans;
  • Proactively providing recommendations for strategies to the Executive Team and the Board;
  • Representing Tilt Renewables in industry safety forums and working groups;

About you

We are looking for an experienced Health and Safety Manager that is excited about all things Health & Safety including continuous improvement and striving for best practice. Ideally you will have worked within large infrastructure previously and are looking to move into the renewable energy industry or have experience already in this field. You will have demonstrated the ability to improve changes in the health & safety culture of an organisation. You will have strong stakeholder management experience and the ability to demonstrate health and safety leadership to all levels within an organisation.

You will have at a minimum:

  • A degree in in Occupational Health and Safety (or other related discipline);
  • Extensive experience working for a company focused on large construction and /or operation projects in infrastructure, heavy industry or power generation;
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain close supervision of all facets of the operation and projects and the ability to influence key stakeholders;
  • Experience in presenting both in person and in writing to an Executive level audience and ideally Board;
  • Understanding of Australian/New Zealand health and safety legislation;
  • Demonstrable background in health and safety culture management on large infrastructure projects

This role will require some travel so a full Australian drivers licence is essential and we require applicants to have the relevant Australian working rights.

We are partnering with the recruitment firm, Phillip Riley for this role, so any applications received directly will be forwarded to Ryan Hauville. If you could like any further information or a confidential conversation, please reach out to Ryan on 0457 325 550

Project Development Engineer

This is an ideal role for someone who has outstanding development engineering skills from a major infrastructure background who’s keen to get into the Renewable Energy industry. This role will focus on the early to middle stages of the development phase of renewable energy projects. Reporting to the Development Portfolio Manager, this role works closely with the broader development team to ensure that key projects in our development pipeline move forward to an investment decision.

About the role

This role supports and oversees the deliverables required during the development phase of the projects. Taking responsibility for the projects you will be familiar with key project components and be able to coordinate with internal and external stakeholder to address any issues in a timely manner. This role will support / coordinate with the environmental and stakeholder team, engineers, project land development, and the commercial team and have responsibility for development schedules, budgets and risk planning. Key accountabilities include:

  • Project development engineering and portfolio management – effective management support for multiple projects in the development pipeline (which are at various stages).
  • Supporting, coordinating and managing internal resources as required across environmental, development or engineering to successfully achieve project development milestones;
  • Overseeing and managing the budget for development projects
  • Contract management – supporting robust contractual framework under which projects can be effectively developed.

About you

We are looking for an experienced project developer that is passionate about the environment, is keen to get into the renewable energy industry and really wants to see our business continue to thrive. You have seen large projects through the development phases and have a good understanding of the approvals processes involved to progress projects. You will have strong stakeholder management experience and the ability to demonstrate leadership to project allocated people resources that will help you achieve project outcomes.

You will have at a minimum:

  • A degree in engineering or planning (or other related discipline); a masters degree will be especially beneficial
  • Experience supporting and coordinating the development of complex infrastructure projects, with preference for experience in the renewable energy sector
  • Experience in negotiating commercial contracts relating to equipment supply, construction or the provision of maintenance services is desirable
  • Understanding of Australian/New Zealand environmental regulations
  • Demonstrable background in health and safety culture management on large infrastructure projects

This role will require some travel so a full Australian drivers licence is essential and we require applicants to have the relevant Australian working rights.

We are partnering with the recruitment firm, Whitcombe, for this role, so any applications received directly will be forwarded to Jack Ensor. If you could like any further information or a confidential conversation, please reach out to Jack on 0451 045 022.

Renewables Engineer

This is a great opportunity for someone with demonstrated understanding of wind and solar data cleaning and analysis, preferably with formal training in this area and who has directly applicable work experience in this area.

About the role

Supporting the assessment and development of new wind and solar generation opportunities across the markets in which Tilt Renewables is actively pursuing opportunity, the Renewables Engineer will:

  • support / undertake wind and solar resource assessments in accordance with best industry practice, including design of resource measurement campaigns, data quality control, energy yield analysis and layout design;
  • oversee wind and solar resource measurement campaigns across development sites, ensuring that monitoring equipment is well maintained and data integrity assure:
  • undertake site visits to prospective and existing development projects to assess suitability, select locations for monitoring equipment and assist with development activities as required
  • work in conjunction with the data and systems specialist to undertake spatial analysis and metadata management
  • prepare high quality reports, charts and maps for website, internal use and stakeholder interactions;
  • develop training materials and assist the team with the use of GIS geoprocessing techniques and mapping software;
  • prepare and manage project budgets in accordance with company governance systems and policies;

About you

We are looking for an experienced renewables engineer who has a great eye for detail and enjoys working with data and monitoring campaigns and energy yield assessments. You pride yourself on delivery your findings in a robust, cost-effective manner that satisfies the requirements of independent parties including renewable energy experts and financiers. You enjoy providing the necessary information and data in a timely fashion to ensure projects are developed to maximise flexibility, efficiency and value.

You will have at a minimum:

  • A degree in engineering or other related technical discipline
  • Experience with wind and solar data cleaning and analysis;
  • Experience using industry standard modelling tools such as Windfarmer, WAsP, Windograher and PVsyst.;
  • A can do attitude and the willingness to be a great team player

This role will require some travel so a full Australian drivers licence is essential and we require applicants to have the relevant Australian working rights.

We are partnering with the recruitment firm Whitcombe for this role, so any applications received directly will be forwarded to Jack Ensor. If you could like any further information or a confidential conversation, please reach out to Jack on 0451 045 022.

If you are interested in working on one of our construction sites, you will need to register your interest via the Goods & Services link which can be found on any of our project pages. Once a construction partner has been allocated to a project all registered parties details will be forwarded to them for consideration of employment opportunities.

If you are interested in joining the team at Tilt Renewables and we don’t have any current vacancies in your area of expertise, please send an expression of interest to Sarah McCormick, People & Culture Executive, at sarah.mccormick@tiltrenewables.com and we can keep you up to date with any future vacancies that may suit your experience and interest.