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".
This is an ideal role for someone who has experience in supporting projects within a planning and environmental role looking to expand their knowledge and grow in line with the business. You will be rewarded by working within a fantastic team, reporting to the Stakeholder and Environment Manager, with the ability to build upon the foundations that you have already established.
About the role
This position will see you supporting the Environmental team through:
- the preparation of planning and environmental permit/ approval applications , including any associated environmental assessments at Federal, State and local levels including the preparation of submissions and evidence;
- the review and analysis of environmental technical reports with reference to company and project strategies;
- supporting and managing assigned compliance activities through all stages of the development and operation of projects.
We are looking for an Environmental Planner that is passionate about the renewable energy industry and is keen to see our business continue to thrive. You will have the opportunity to assist the team in delivering current projects using your previous experience, whilst expanding your knowledge and continue to learn from a fabulous team with a wealth of knowledge in this area.
You will have at a minimum:
- A degree in statutory planning, engineering or environmental science (or other related discipline);
- Experience in supporting projects with a planning and environmental role with a focus on large, complex infrastructure development;
- Experience in addressing regulatory authorities and other stakeholder requirements;
- An understanding of planning, environmental,
health and safety requirements.
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 Stephanie Graham. If you could like any further information or a confidential conversation, please reach out to Stephanie on (03) 9192 9920.
Corporate Finance Analyst
Corporate Finance Analyst
An opportunity has recently arisen for a corporate finance professional with advanced financial modelling skills and a passion for the renewables sector to join our Corporate Finance team in Melbourne as a Corporate Finance Analyst.
About the role:
Reporting to the Head of Corporate Finance, the Corporate Finance Analyst will cover a wide remit of corporate finance activities at both business unit and enterprise level. This includes supporting the evaluation of potential investment opportunities, the financial management of portfolio assets, the creation of information memoranda (and supporting analysis) for capital raising activities, capital planning and associated cash flow / liquidity reporting, participation in the long term strategic planning process, analysis and reporting of trading activity, coverage of the wholesale energy markets in addition to rat of ad-hoc projects as requested by the leadership team.
This is a highly visible position requiring a mix of qualitative and quantitative skills. The successful applicant will have experience developing complex financial models (ideally of capital intensive asset classes such as infrastructure assets or renewables) from the ground-up and will have tackled issues such as project financings (debt sizing / debt sculpting), investor returns analysis, valuation, tax structuring and the presentation of clear, meaningful outputs to decision makers. In addition to this, an ability to communicate with stakeholders at all levels, strong commercial acumen and the flexibility to work on a number of different workstreams simultaneously are essential.
It is likely you have completed an undergraduate degree in commerce (or related), ideally coupled with Law or Engineering. Post-graduate qualifications in finance and accounting (e.g. CFA / ICAA / MAppFin) will be looked upon favourably.
Please note that this position is not suitable for graduates and we required applicants to have the relevant Australian working rights.
We are partnering with a recruitment firm for this role, so any applications received directly will be forwarded to Numbers Executive - Nicolas Boston. https://www.numbersexecutive.com.au/numbers-jobs?ja-job=3362318
Register your interest
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 [email protected] and we can keep you up to date with any future vacancies that may suit your experience and interest.