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EV Engineering Specialist- Florida or New York

Location: Boca Raton, Florida, United States;New York, New York, United States

Category: Engineering

Job Description

We are working with one of the leading and technologically advanced renewable energy companies in the country. With over 800 solar and solar+storage assets in operations throughout the country, they have been providing renewable energy and services to over 200 world-class customers making the leap to clean, affordable energy.

As they continue to grow, we have been asked to help identify an EV Engineer to join their renewables team.  The EV Engineer will be considered a Specialist and will be responsible for all aspects of the project’s site selection, site design and permitting, construction, and facility operation and maintenance. The position will work with the Development, Origination, Construction, and Asset Management teams on due diligence, site, utility coordination, and jurisdictional constraints, constructability reviews, standards, specifications, scopes, site visits before, during, and after construction, and commissioning.

The ideal candidate will have: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience in the field.
  • Working knowledge of Electric utilities, their requirements and application processes.
  • 3 years of Electrical engineering experience.
  • High level proficiency in AutoCAD.
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills.

Salary Range: $100-$130K depending on experience + incentives.

Who we are

Peak Demand is the leading executive search firm focused on solar, renewable energy, and energy storage. Our recruiting specialists are well-connected in the industry, working with some of the most well-respected and fastest-growing companies in renewable energy. We have placed some of the top Business Development, Engineering, and Operations professionals in the industry.

Apply now or to learn more contact, Sarah Petersen at [email protected]

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