The Manager of Corporate Development will be responsible for evaluating renewable energy project acquisition opportunities, managing due diligence, and evaluating project risks to appropriately structure successful deal closings. The position will report to the Company’s Director of Corporate Development.
Specific Responsibilities will include:
Managing project due diligence from term sheet to acquisition closing, working closely with development, permitting, real estate, finance, and engineering teams.
Identifying and quantifying key risks with potential project acquisitions and working with legal and commercial leadership to mitigate those risks.
Conducting outreach to developers and developing new relationships with potential partners for project acquisitions
Reviewing project acquisition opportunities and assessing whether it is a strategic fit and worth allocating company resources to pursue.
Working closely with the Director of Corporate Development to review research and information to develop and execute on strategic priorities
Collaborating with project finance teams to ensure financial model inputs and outputs are accurate and current
Managing detailed reporting of ongoing deal updates, project return profiles, and key project risks.
6+ years of experience and a strong record of accomplishment in relevant roles
Renewable energy, power industry, or real property/infrastructure asset acquisition experience required
Strategic transactions and business development experience
Skilled at analyzing opportunities and problems at arriving at clear decisions, utilizing detailed analysis
Strong project, process and organizational skills including creating and managing deal timeline schedules
Ability to work effectively with cross-functional teams
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Experience working in MS Office Suite (Office, Excel, and Powerpoint) and Google Cloud Applications (Google Docs, Sheets, Presentations)
Ecoplexus Inc. is a rapidly growing renewable energy developer and independent power producer (IPP), targeting the utility scale and municipal solar and storage markets. Headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in North Carolina, Dallas, Mexico City, Seoul, Tokyo, and Ho Chi Minh. Ecoplexus has grown at an annual rate of over 50% per year since its founding in 2009, and expects to complete approximately $500 million of projects over the next two years.