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Our team might be small compared to other companies but that also means we can work faster, and successfully tilt to new opportunities. We are going through a period of growth and have some fantastic opportunities coming up!

Within Tilt Renewables we have teams who help find and develop our renewable energy options and teams that manage our construction projects and ensure our assets operate effectively. Other teams support our landowners, the communities we operate within and our corporate functions to keep us operating effectively, generating value for our shareholders and making a difference to the environment. With our broad experience and skills we are able to achieve meaningful and significant change.

Three things make Gen Tilt tick: We get it done, We are people powered and We Lead. If you believe you can contribute to that and feel that our vision and values resonate with you then please take a look at the roles we have available.

Tilt's Diversity & Inclusion Policy

  • Our ambition is to maintain an inclusive workplace which encourages contribution and supports performance from all our people and nurtures diversity within the workplace
  • We are committed to the equitable treatment of all people and the promotion of diversity within the workforce by recognising and valuing the distinct contribution that comes from a range of different skills, experiences, perspectives, and unique backgrounds.
  • We are committed to ensuring the work environment fosters and enhances teamwork and is free from discrimination and other unlawful behaviours.

Now could well be the time to tilt your future.

Current Opportunities

We are growing and have a great opportunity for two additional Project Developers to join the Gen Tilt team. As a Project Developer you will support the planning and coordination of development activities and will work closely with the broader development team to ensure that key projects in our development pipeline move forward to an investment decision. Supporting the Development Portfolio Manager, the role will support the timely progression of key projects to achieve agreed timeframes and deliverables that maximise the potential for value creation.

What you enjoy

  • Supporting and coordinating projects in the development phase including greenfield project development.
  • Building relationships and working with the team to ensure project development milestones
  • Project management to support project oversight and reporting
  • Being flexible to support key functional areas as required i.e. environment and planning, engineering, stakeholder engagement, grid connection and procurement.

Your background

  • Minimum graduate degree in Engineering or other technical displine.
  • Project Management experience
  • Experience supporting the development of complex infrastructure projects, with a preference for experience in the renewable energy sector
  • Experience in supporting the negotiation of commercial contract relating to equipment supply, construction or the provision of maintenance services is desirable
  • An understanding of Australian environmental regulations and/or renewable energy development..

If you are interested in being considered for this exciting career opportunity or would like to find out more please email Priscilla Kumar @

We are expanding our grid connection team and are looking for a Senior Grid Engineer. These roles don't come up too frequently at Tilt Renewables so if you are thinking of Tilting your career - now is the time to do so!

Reporting through to the Grid Connection Manager, and working alongside two Grid Connection Engineers, The Senior Grid Engineer will lead the grid connection process for assigned projects and provide technical solutions to existing asset generators and new development projects.

What you enjoy

  • Leading the effective grid connection processes of large, complex multi disciplinary renewable generation projects
  • Assisting in negotiations with AEMO and NSPs regarding the grid connection process and technical requirments
  • Relationship management with key stakeholders, internally and externally
  • Assisting with the execution of grid connection studies and simulations
  • Reviewing grid connection conditions and performance for all operational generators
  • Assisting with power systems analysist in deep technical perspectives

Your Background

  • Experience in leading grid connection projects and comfortable to take the lead
  • Bachelor or masters degree in Electrical Engineering
  • Solid understanding of the Australian power system especially NER and GPS system
  • Strong skills in simulation tools including PSS®E, PSCAD® and PowerFactory®
  • Strong mathematical skills and the ability to analyse data
  • Experience and ability to work in a team environment
  • Sound experience and capability in programming language (Python)
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.

If you are interested in being considered for this exciting career opportunity or would like to find out more please email Priscilla Kumar @

Reporting through to the Head of Customer and Energy Markets this is a brand new role as we expand the team.

The Energy Market Analyst provides strong data management and critical thinking to develop a deep understanding of the short and long term drivers of the Australian electricity markets. The successful candidate will be a strong collaborator, leveraging subject matter experts across engineering, development and finance disciplines to identify and design new energy solutions through innovative combinations of the existing asset base and new development opportunities.

What you enjoy

  • Managing large amounts of high-frequency data using various data software / coding packages
  • Revenue analysis - spot bidding and trading
  • Providing input into trading strategy including making recommendations including making recommendations for the dispatch offer pricing strategy
  • Supporting secondary market hedging
  • Developing relationships with potential offtake customers
  • Identifying customers and developing products that deliver value for shareholders
  • Procuring long term price forecasts for green product and energy markets

Your Background

  • Minimum degree in Science / IT (focus on data science) / Commerce / Economics or Engineering.
  • Data analysis roles in energy market operations and compliance, asset operations or asset management
  • Working knowledge of the National Energy Market or similar wholesale spot market markets with high frequency operational and bidding data
  • Strong skills in Excel including VBA macro-writing, SQL and other data base management / coding languages.

If you are interested in being considered for this exciting career opportunity or would like to find out more please email Priscilla Kumar @

Reporting to our Manager, Stakeholder Engagement the Senior Community and Stakeholder Engagement Advisor will support the development, delivery and operation of projects , including the preparation and implement of community and stakeholder engagement plans on projects across Australia. Representing Tilt Renewables to local communities and stakeholder through written, phone and in person communications, this role will enhance Tilt Renewables positive reputation as a renewable energy developer and operator. This is a new role due to growth of the team.

What you enjoy:

  • Preparing and implementing stakeholder and engagement strategies for projects in the development and delivery phases;
  • Providing and delivering strategic advice on matter relating to project specific community and stakeholder matters;
  • Proactively identifying and resolving risks or issues;
  • Frequent community visits to understand relevant issues;
  • Working with local and state government stakeholders around sensitive projects;
  • Providing corporate communications assistance on political engagement, press releases, sponsorship and branding activities;
  • Working with the team to prepare and provide public information including newsletter, construction updates, media releases, website updates;

Your Background:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications and/or extensive experience in community engagement, community relations, stakeholder management;
  • Experience in the preparation and implementation of stakeholder and community engagement strategies;
  • Experience in liaising with local communities and stakeholders;
  • Knowledge of effective community engagement principles and techniques for rural communities;
  • Experience in dealing with the challenges and opportunities involved in delivering energy or large infrastructure projects.

As a member of the Tilt Renewables team this is an important role and as such we are looking for someone who can demonstrate the following:

  • Strong communication and stakeholder relationship management skills
  • Project management experience to achieve agreed outcomes
  • Available to travel, both locally and interstate - a valid drivers licence is also required

If this sounds like a role for you, please e-mail for further information or to submit your application. On your application please also include your base salary expectations and if you are an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or your visa restrictions and requirements (if applicable). We are not looking to offer employment sponsorship for this position. Only successfully shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Only direct applications please, no recruiters.

The Land Development Manager, reporting through to the Head of Commercial, is responsible for securing land agreements to facilitate the development of a portfolio of renewable energy projects comprising of wind farms, solar farms and energy storage projects and ensuring that their team has clear priorities. The role is highly visible amongst the communities in which Tilt Renewables is developing renewable energy projects. Each project can have many adjoining rural landowners and so this is the key role responsible for developing and maintaining enduring relationships within the rural communities. This role is responsible for two direct reports: a Project Land Developer who will support the securing of land agreements and a Land Contracts Administrator.

What you enjoy

  • Establishing and maintaining healthy relationships with landowners.
  • Preparing documents and leading the negotiation of landowner agreements.
  • Securing landowner agreements within an acceptable commercial framework.
  • Working closely with internal stakeholders to successfully achieve project development milestones.
  • Effective handover of landowner relationships and commercial agreements once projects transition to construction and operations.
  • Leading and developing your team.

Your background

  • Minimum graduate level degree in a commercial/Engineering or related discipline(s);
  • Experience in a project development environment with a preference for renewable energy, energy infrastructure, other linear infrastructure experience.
  • Strong relationship management and negotiation skills with demonstrated track record of securing landholder agreements (leases & easements) in rural and regional Australia.
  • Ability to undertake extensive domestic travel to project locations in rural and regional Australia.
  • Valid driver licence and ability to drive long distances required for site and landholder visits.

If you enjoy being part of a Company that is passionate about renewables and living by our values of We get it done, We are People Powered and We Lead and this role suits your experience and interest please reach out to our recruitment partner, Human Impact Group for this role so any applications that are received will be forwarded to the team. If you have any queries please reach out to Ryan Hauville at

If you’re interested in working on one of our Australian construction sites, you can register via the – Goods & Services link on any of our project pages. Once we have confirmed a construction partner, we’ll then forward them your details.

If you’re interested in joining Gen Tilt but we don’t have any current vacancies in your area of expertise, you can still let us know you’re interested by emailing Sarah McCormick, our People & Culture Executive, at We can then keep you informed about any roles that may suit your experience and interest.