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Solar Project Engineer

Location: Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Category: Engineering

Job Description

Solar Project Engineer

We are working with the commercial solar arm of one of the largest developers, owners and operators of renewable energy in the country. They focus on developing projects with Commercial, Industrial, and Public Sector customers in key markets across the US.

As their California team continues to grow,  we are looking for an experienced Senior Solar Project Engineer. This person will be responsible for leading the due diligence effort of large commercial solar projects including roof mount, ground mount, and carport applications.  

The Senior Solar Project Engineer will support the sales organization and be involved in System Design, site walkthroughs, and working with customers to determine the best technical solutions for their specific needs. This role acts as a bridge between the system designers, sales team, and customers to support the successful development of commercial solar projects.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Mathematics or relevant work experience
  • 3+ years in C&I solar design, development, or project management highly motivated and self-driven Solar development experience
  • Strong communication skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work in or near their office in Baltimore, MD in a hybrid capacity.

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 that have contributed to over 10 GW of installed solar capacity for our clients.

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

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