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|Title:||Senior Development Manager|
|Job Location:||Brisbane, Queensland - Australia|
|Salary:||$120,000.00 - $180,000.00 - Australian Dollars - Yearly|
|Employer Will Recruit From:||Local|
Reporting to senior management, you will be responsible for developing wind and solar projects around the country.
Phillip Riley are inviting applications from Developers and Development Managers, who are seeking a change to a Senior Development Manager position.
Our client is an multinational renewable energy developer who are currently expanding their team. The company enjoys an open and collaborative culture and promote ongoing training and development. Due to recent success in Australia, the company is seeking to appoint a Development Manager, to be based in their Brisbane office.
This role involves front to back end development, from site selection and feasibility, to financial close. As the Senior Development Manager, you will manage all aspects and processes, to help projects reach milestones, and move to construction.
To be considered for this new opportunity, you must possess the following:
This is an exciting opportunity to join a multinational renewable energy developer, who are working on some of the biggest renewable projects in Australia. On offer to the successful applicant is a healthy salary package, a commitment to career development and a friendly office environment.
For a confidential conversation, please contact Ilias Panagiotidis on 0401 858 483, at email@example.com or "Apply" attaching a resume (in WORD format) and a brief cover letter addressing the selection criteria above, quoting job reference JOB REF# 2823410.
Phillip Riley is a boutique Renewable Energy Recruitment business providing job, career and consulting services across the Asia Pacific industry & are happy to receive expressions of interest from experienced leaders in the sector.
The Future Is Renewable: www.phillipriley.com.au