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Solar Project Manager-DSA and Public Projects

Location: California, United States

Category: Engineering

Job Description

We are working with a rapidly growing independent power producer developing portfolios of large commercial, public sector, and community solar projects in key markets across the country. They have quickly become one of the fastest-growing solar developers in the country with an industry-leading team.

Because of their growth, we have been asked to help identify several Project Managers to join their Distributed Generation team.  The Project Manager will be focused on the Distributed Generation market responsible for the execution of large portfolios of public sector projects. The Project Manager will work directly with customers and outside EPC and construction partners to ensure projects are completed on time and on budget and have full responsibility for the successful delivery and profitability of projects.

To be successful, you will need:

  • 3+ years of solar project management experience, preferably with exposure to K-12 or other public sector projects working with the Division of State Architect 
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Construction Management, or related field.
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously.
  • A high-level understanding of the industry and PV project development.
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills
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 renewable energy capacity for our clients.

Apply now or to learn more email [email protected].


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