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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.

We have a hybrid work culture with a minimum of three days in our offices / sites. We have a team that like spending time together and collaborating so you'll enjoy being in but we know that flexibility is important so you can agree with your manager on the days that work for you and the team.

Tilt Renewables' Diversity, Equity and 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.

We are proud to have been awarded the 5-star employer of choice in 2022.

Now could well be the time to tilt your future.

Current Opportunities

The role is to support renewable development, delivery and asset management teams by processing, managing, and maintaining spatial data and cartographic map production. The GIS Analyst will be proficient in the use of industry standard Geographic Information Systems (GIS) including GIS tools for spatial analysis, data processing and storage, and cartographic production. The role will directly support and report through to the Senior GIS Analyst.

What you enjoy

  • GIS Analysis and Mapping
    • preparing high-quality cartographic maps based on an understanding of the context and purpose for each map
    • data analysis using ArcGIS and related extensions, relational databases and other computers software
    • metadata and attributes are accurate and complete
    • providing GIS support for greenfield site finding and design phases for renewable energy projects
  • System administration and support
    • supporting the administration of the drawing management system
    • support the administration of the spatial data management system
  • Data Integrity
    • Ensuring spatial data, maps, and information is up-to-date, accurate and available

Your background

  • Graduate degree in Geospatial science, Geomatics, Cartography or Spatial Information
  • Minimum 3 years experience in GIS and data and systems management
  • Experience in the use of ArcGIS Suite is required
  • Experience in QGIS, FME and AutoCAD is desirable

This role contributes to the Tilt Renewables team by ensuring projects are successfully delivered to meet or exceed expectations. As such you must be able to demonstrate:

  • Strong communications skills - as you'll be interacting with a diverse group of internal stakeholders, your ability to ensure approachability and timely resolution of issues will see you succeed in this role
  • The ability to identify and communicate opportunities for enhancement of GIS, data and information management systems
  • Your solid GIS, Data and Systems experience

If this sounds like a role for you, please e-mail for further information or to submit your application. We are not looking to offer employment sponsorship for this position. . Only direct applications please, no recruiters.

A new opportunity has arisen for a commercial lawyer with 4+years PAE to join the legal team. As a key member of a newly formed legal function, reporting the the General Counsel and Company Secretary this role is responsible for the delivery of expert legal advise to internal clients to assist Tilt Renewables to achieve its strategic objectives.

Key Responsibilities

  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiation of legal documents (contracts, notices and correspondence), including identifying, assessing and developing solutions to manage legal and commercial risk.
  • Provision of legal support and advice to the business units on business transactions and M&A, contractual obligations and compliance.
  • Ensuring compliance with internal controls and legislative obligations.
  • management of fit for purpose engagement of external legal advisers
  • Supporting the management of disputes and litigation.
  • Keeping up-to-date with relevant legislative changes and contributing to the enhancement of the knowledge base of Tilt Renewables legal function and other business units, including through provision of briefing notes and training.
  • Supporting the Company Secretary function and Executive to ensure effective decision making and compliance with the Corporations Act.
  • Negotiation to reach mutually acceptable outcomes

Your background

  • Tertiary legal qualification
  • Current practicing certificate as an Australian lawyer (or eligible and willing to gain)
  • Minimum 4+years PAE gained within a reputable private practice, a top-tier or inhouse environment, with experience in infrastructure, procurement, construction, M&A or general commercial matters.
  • Excellent written communication skills that have been used to facilitate contract drafting and provision of legal advice, high-level briefings, minutes report and correspondence
  • You are an excellent communicator with strong drafting skills and the ability to build good relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

If this sounds like a role for you, please email for further information or to submit your application or call her on 0405 552 014. We are not looking to offer employment sponsorship for this position. Only successfully shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Our Head of Commercial will lead our engagement with key suppliers and contractors as well as leading our tendering, procurement and contracting activities to support the finalisation of our development projects. Leading a small team of procurement specialists and supported by broader teams, this role will drive the development and negotiation of all key development project agreements including:

  • construction contracts (EPC, S&I, BOP etc)
  • Operations and maintenance contracts (WOM, LTSA, AMAD etc)
  • Grid connection agreements (for both construction and operations phases)

As well as other material agreements that culminate in contract execution, financial close and the commencement of construction for Tilt Renewables development projects.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Engagement with key suppliers and contractors: Establishing and/or maintaining relationships with key suppliers needed to deliver Tilt Renewables’ development projects (especially equipment suppliers, construction contractors, transmission companies). Staying informed about product development, industry trends, project track record, key personnel movements and new products etc.
  • Tendering: Managing EOI, RFP / ITT or other procurement processes to ensure robust and transparent preferred contractor selections can be made. Preparation and release of tender packages for selected projects and selected scopes of work including major equipment supply, civil & electrical balance of plant, and plant operation & maintenance. Timely and well-structured review of tender submissions using pre-prepared assessment tools and templates and involving relevant development team colleagues and subject matter experts.
  • Contract negotiation: leading and coordinating all aspects of the contract finalisation process, under the guidance of the EGM Development or Steering Committee as relevant. Manage the Tilt Renewables contract closing team and third party legal advisors to ensure contract negotiations and document updates progress efficiently and positive working relationships are maintained with all counterparties and stakeholders.
  • Financial Close and handover: Assistance in driving lender and investor due diligence process. Integration of financier and bankability requirements into project agreements. Assistance with preparation of board packs necessary for equity final investment decision (FID). Co-ordination of document execution and then “Transaction Bible”.
  • Collaboration with project development teams: Work closely with project teams throughout the development phase to provide support and subject matter expertise on commercial and procurement considerations.
  • Collaboration with other Tilt commercial teams: Work closely with other Tilt commercial teams, especially the Customer and Energy Markets team to support their efforts in securing PPAs for development projects, and the Corporate Development team to support their efforts in assessing and pursing M&A and partnership opportunities.
  • Development project economics: shared ownership with the financial modelling team of inputs to the project cost assumptions within Assumption Books. Work closely with financial modelling team to drive optimised outcomes for development projects.
  • Contract with NSPs or AEMO: engaging with TNSPs to work out the transmission service contract/agreements for development projects
  • Networking and engagement with industry participants generally: Staying informed about industry trends, global and macro factors influencing Australia’s energy transition, key competitor activities etc.
  • Health, safety and environment: Ensure all company HSE policies are adhered to in own work and are included in project tendering and contract negotiation processes with external parties.
  • Financial management: Ensure all company cost control and financial management policies are adhered to as relevant to role. Lead and manage project tendering and contract negotiations with a mindset of achieving best value for Tilt Renewables whilst also acknowledging counterparties also need to make a sustainable return to successfully deliver projects.

Your background

As a senior leader within Tilt Renewables development business, success in this role will require extensive experience and a proven track record in bringing NEM connected Australian renewable energy projects through to Financial Close and into construction:

  • minimum graduate level degree in Engineering, Law or Finance or other relevant qualifications. Post graduate qualifications in a relevant field are favourable
  • direct experience with a project developer, financier, legal practice, utility, OEM, construction contractor or related, field performing procurement and contracting roles for Australian renewable energy projects
  • senior level experience within the energy sector with direct responsibility leading the negotiation and agreement of key project contracts and commercial agreements for Australian renewable energy projects
  • Comprehensive understanding of the commercial, legal and technical principles that underpin delivery agreements for Australian renewable energy projects. This includes up to date information about market standard risk allocation, performance requirements, bankability needs and other issues critical to the effectiveness of project agreements.

If you are interested in this opportunity please reach out to for a position description or more information.

This is a new role reporting to the Engineering Manager the Senior Renewables Engineer will lead the renewables engineering function at Tilt Renewables whilst working closely with the wider development, delivery and operations teams.

Key accountabilities

Renewables Engineering

  • Wind and solar resource monitoring
  • Wind and solar energy yield assessments
  • Site conditions assessments (turbulence, extreme wind, etc)
  • Greenfield site identification and feasibility assessments
  • Turbine selection and development phase site optimisation
  • Power Curve Verification and Performance Ratio analysis
  • Technical support on S&I contracts
  • Performance warranty claims and claims assessment
  • Defect and serial defect claims and claims assessment
  • Acoustic performance, development phase noise assessments, pre and post construction noise assessments, noise management plans etc
  • Shadow flicker analysis
  • Subject matter expert support for project acquisitions/transactions
  • Support of analysis of site performance data to assist with understanding site performance issues and site optimisation

The Senior Renewables Engineer will perform the majority of the work and will manage specialist consultants for certain elements (i.e. bankable energy assessments). As a subject matter expert your will also spend time maintaining and developing industry knowledge and contacts, to help inform strategy and to guide Tilt Renewables development activities including:

Not only will you have the opportunity to focus on your own professional development you will also mentor and oversee work of less experienced employees.

Your background

Your direct experience as a Renewables Engineer with 5+years of experience has set you up for this fantastic opportunity.

  • minimum graduate level degree in Engineering. Post graduate qualifications in a relevant field are favourable
  • experience or a willingness to mentor others
  • comprehensive understanding of Australian renewable energy projects.
  • Experience working with systems such as QGIS, Windfarmer, WASP Suite, Windographer, PVsyst, PlantPredict
  • Full drivers license (required for travel to site visits to regional areas as required from time to time)

If you are interested in this opportunity please reach out to for a position description or more information.

Tilt Renewables’ Engineering Manager will lead our in‐house Engineering team. The Engineering team comprises individuals with a diverse range of skills and expertise, covering a wide range of areas that are relevant for the development, delivery and operation of renewable energy generation and energy storage projects. As well as managing the in‐house team, the Engineering Manager will have oversight over all work prepared for Tilt Renewables by external engineering consultants and advisers.

This is a role that is central to the success of Tilt Renewables’ strategic ambitions. It is an opportunity to play a critical role within a leading Australian renewables business to help drive the energy transition in Australia.

The Engineering Manager will be an effective team leader who is comfortable considering a wide range of engineering matters in relation to our projects. As well as a possessing this generalist engineering capability, the Engineering Manager will have a high level of expertise and capability within one of the core engineering disciplines that are relevant.

This role will oversee the provision of high quality engineering advice to support our projects across all phases of their lifecycle. As a part of the Development leadership team, this role will work closely with other senior members of the development, delivery and operations teams to ensure we continue to develop and deliver our project pipeline and operate our assets and as effectively and efficiently as possible.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Team Leadership - providing strong leadership, management, oversight and strategic direction setting for the in-house Engineering team.
  • General & Subject Matter Expertise - imparting a broad generalist knowledge across the diverse range of engineering disciplines relevant for the development, delivery and operation of our projects together with a high degree of expertise within one of the core engineering disciplines (eg civil, electrical, wind and site)
  • Development phase project design - management and oversight of project design including wind turbine layout, civil and electrical BOP utilising internal and external resources
  • Construction phase project engineering
  • Engagement with consultants
  • Providing engineering input into EOI, RFP / ITT or other procurement / tender processes.
  • Due diligence - lead and support technical due diligence for financial close of development projects

Your background:

With a solid track record of leading engineering teams you will be a qualified and experienced engineer. Direct experience with project developers, utilities, OEMs, construction contracts and/or related fields performing renewable engineering roles for renewable energy projects will see your success in this role.

Ideally you will have extensive experience within onshore wind.

If you are interested in this opportunity please reach out to for a position description or more information.

The Contract Manager will be a key member of the project Delivery team, responsible for managing project contracts and administering associated project controls to support the construction and commissioning of large, complex renewables infrastructure projects in Australia.

Reporting to the EGM Delivery, this role is newly created in the business, allowing for (and requiring) the successful candidate to develop and shape a critical function to support our project teams, and being central to the successful delivery of our projects.

You will work closely with our project leaders to develop and administer systems and processes for contract management and project controls. You will also interface with our contractors, corresponding on contract matters and handling complex matters. You will build relationships with contractor counterparts, collaborating to solve issues while protecting Tilt’s interests. It will require strong communication and commercial skills, and a good understanding of (and exposure to) broad project drivers, activities, compliance, and risks.

In the near term, the role will support our Rye Park construction project, a 396MW wind farm being delivered under a split contract model in New South Wales. This will be followed by several additional wind and battery projects expected to commence construction over the next 18-months.

The role will also work with our Development team, providing advice to Procurement in support of contract negotiations, and working with the Land team to manage land agreements through construction.

Key accountabilites:

  • Contract Management - managing the end-to-end contract suite on large scale, complex renewables projects in constructions. Supporting PMs to ensure contract terms and conditions are adhered to by Tilt Renewables and our contractors. Review, identify and proactively manage contract interfaces and risks. Provide advice and support the negotiation of contract variations and any contract amendments during construction.
  • Contract Administration - maintain control processes and develop systems to manage contract documents and correspondence, ensuring compliance with contract requirements and timelines
  • Claims / Dispute resolution - ensure preparedness for claims escalation or disputes as required.
  • Project governance
  • Project Administration & Controls

Your background

As a key member of the project delivery team success will require good construction experience or direct experience developing and delivering large renewables projects,

  • Minimum graduate level degree in law, business, or a relevant field for the role. A legal background is advantageous.
  • +7 years’ experience in renewable energy or major project construction.
  • Proven experience as a Contracts Manager or similar role in the construction industry, preferably with exposure to renewable energy projects.
  • Strong knowledge of contract law, construction contracts, and relevant regulations.
  • Demonstrated experience in contract negotiation, administration, and risk management.
  • Sound understanding of construction project drivers and controls – HSE, compliance, cost, schedule, etc.
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to assess complex contractual situations and provide practical solutions.
  • Exceptional attention to detail, organisation, and time management abilities.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Proficiency in contract management software and Microsoft Office Suite.

If you are interested in this opportunity please reach out to for a position description or more information.

A new position, the Analyst Corporate Development & Strategy will support the Head of Corporate Development & Strategy in driving the corporate development and strategic agenda of Tilt Renewables . The role will be responsible for providing financial modelling support for potential acquisitions as well as other strategic opportunities. This role will support the identification, assessment, and execution of acquisition/partnering opportunities for the business, as well as shaping our corporate strategy. This will also include macro / market and sectoral research in support of corporate strategy development. In addition, the Analyst will play a key role in the preparation of internal and external presentations for the CFO and CEO. This role is expected to be hands on, working across teams to understand and analyse value drivers of renewable energy projects and other business development and strategy opportunities.

Key Accountabilities

  • Financial modelling and analysis - you are able to: produce robust, accurate and fit-for-purpose financial models to inform investment decisions; provide timely and insightful strategic and valuation analysis with respect to new opportunities in the in context of numerous competing priorities and tight timelines; develop and maintain Assumption Books to support the assessment of M&A Opportunities;
  • Presentations skills - you are able to prepare visually compelling and insightful powerpoint presentations. These presentations may be used for senior management for internal purposes and to support external events (eg conferences, seminars, engagement with investors etc)
  • Market and competitor analysis
  • Business Development and M&A Support - support the team in the update of our business development register, provide input in to the review of investment opportunities and collaborate with the development team to consider opportunities; support the team in maintaining best practice M&A project management tools
  • Support the team in the formulation and review of our Corporate Strategy - assist in the review and formulation of our Corporate strategy and investment assessment processes / frameworks, including providing financial analysis and market research to support key decisions.

Your background

You will have an undergraduate degree in Commerce / Economics / Finance / Engineering or related field. Underpinning your degree you have 2+ years of relevant work experience in a corporate role where you have demonstrated strong excel financial modelling skills and experience in preparing presentations for senior management.

Ideally, but not essential, you will have experience in energy / infrastructure industry and understanding of the key trends as well as transaction process experience derived from involvement in corporate M&A /business development.

For more information and/or a copy of the PD, please reach out to Rory Edward from East Partnership on 0488 009 697 or Via Email.

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.