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PROJECT ENGINEER – ENERGY STORAGE – REFERENCE# 430

Overview:

Soltage is a leader in the development, financing, and operation of distributed utility-scale solar and storage assets for commercial, industrial, municipal, and utility customers across the United States. Soltage has developed more than 100 solar energy projects, with more than 400 MW total distributed generating capacity in operation or under construction and invested over $1 Billion to date into the US clean energy sector. Soltage is backed by a group of investors including Prudential Capital Group and is headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Position Expectations:

Soltage is looking for an experienced energy storage industry professional to take on the role of Project Engineer, Energy Storage Development. The Project Engineer will be responsible for high level system design including interconnection design activities as well as facilitating detailed RFP responses. This role reports to the Senior Vice President of Engineering and will be integral to building Soltage’s pipeline of standalone energy storage and solar-plus-storage projects.

Specific Job Functions:

The Project Engineer will be instrumental in helping to manage the design and interconnection of Soltage’s existing portfolio and to expand Soltage’s storage footprint in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast urban centers as well as other markets in the US. The work will include efforts in the following activity areas:

  • Engineer and design (high level) energy storage systems and/or hybrid storage plus solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, aspects of which will include:
    • Conceptual One Line Diagrams
    • Plant layouts accounting for site limitations
    • Selecting appropriate system hardware
    • System optimization
    • Determining power generation and interconnection requirements for projects
    • System CAPEX calculation and optimization
    • Preliminary schedule creation
  • Apply standard engineering design principles and methodology for research of design options and experimentation to determine potential design feasibility of energy storage systems and/or storage plus solar photovoltaic (PV) systems across a variety of BESS vendor options
  • Evaluate interconnection and gen-tie alternatives; participate in processes to optimize project interconnection options based on cost, schedule, offtake preference and risk
  • Assess potential interconnection costs to support siting of new development projects
  • Manage the utility relationship throughout the interconnection process and ensure timely delivery of interconnection agreements
  • Engage and manage external consultants for detailed designs, applications, and studies
  • Be the primary point of contact for all utility and technical communications
  • Facilitate detailed technical responses in support of RFP’s and develop EPC work scopes
  • Travel as needed to various potential project sites throughout North America to evaluate existing equipment

Experience and Education Requirements:

Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States and hold an Engineering Undergraduate Degree (Electrical Engineering Preferred). The candidate must have:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English and be a team player with strong interpersonal skills. The candidate must be able to successfully interface with all employee levels including company executives and board members. Additionally, he or she will have strong consultant management / negotiation skills and be comfortable in sometimes contentious management settings. Creative, proactive, problem-solving is a necessity. Must be self-motivated with an ability to balance multiple projects under tight deadlines without supervision
  • Exemplary organizational skills and process orientation skills – be able to coordinate and prioritize numerous important tasks, as well as proactively identify and address potential issues in a fast-paced work environment
  • 2-4 years of utility distribution equipment & system design, interconnections, project development and related electrical engineering design
  • Working knowledge of Project Management or Project Engineering Principles
  • Familiarity of electrical construction techniques, installation practices and plant start-up requirements
  • Working knowledge of code including NEC, NESC, NFPA and NYC / FDNY
  • Familiarity with medium and low voltage electrical systems and components
  • Working knowledge and ability to read electrical design, construction drawings and specifications
  • Experience with writing proposals, managing project timelines and comfortable presenting to, and interacting with consultants, authorities with jurisdiction, and regulatory agencies
  • A successful candidate will have a high level of proficiency in the use of computer applications including proficiency in the Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, and Outlook). Ideally, the candidate will be proficient with AutoCAD

Location

This position will be staffed out of Soltage’s headquartered in Jersey City, NJ.

Salary and Benefits

Soltage provides a competitive remuneration package consisting of salary, annual bonus, health and dental insurance, and other benefits.

Resumes may be sent directly to hr@soltage.com

Soltage is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination.

INVESTMENT ASSOCIATE – REFERENCE# 426

Overview:

Founded in 2008, Soltage is a leading vertically integrated renewables independent power producer with a full suite of development and acquisition capabilities, as demonstrated by Soltage’s 400MW+ portfolio of operating renewable capacity and nearly 2.0GW of development pipeline comprising contracted solar, solar-plus-storage and standalone storage projects located across the Continental U.S., having provided attractive risk adjusted returns to institutional investors over $1.0 billion of capital deployment. Soltage is headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Position Expectations:

Soltage is seeking an associate to join our fast-growing solar and storage platform as a key member of the Investments Team. The Investments Associate will be responsible for day-to-execution and direct supervision of modeling, production, and analysis of investment opportunities from inception to commercial operations in addition to supporting the Investment Team’s leadership in interacting with the investment community, raising project and corporate capital, and obtaining the requisite financing to support the company and its growth across organic development and M&A.

Specific Job Functions:

  • Lead the development of detailed financial models for organic development projects, potential capital issuance, and M&A transactions
  • Lead daily execution of due diligence activities, including coordinating with operations, environmental, legal, tax and accounting teams and consultants to validate assumptions
  • Draft investment memoranda and presentations for executive management and financing counterparties
  • Support the M&A origination and organic development processes to directly contribute to the company’s growth
  • Support the origination, structuring and execution of corporate and project-level debt, tax equity, and equity issuance
  • Review key project materials to identify potential risks and to evaluate investment suitability
  • Coordinate drafting and delivery of financing materials
  • Lead monitoring of state and federal renewable incentive programs and future trends for new and existing solar and storage projects
  • Apply understanding of different electricity and capital markets for electricity generating assets (tax equity, lease/buybacks, partnership flips, non-recourse debt and corporate ownership)

Qualifications:

  • 1-3 years of renewable energy project finance/M&A or investment banking is preferred, but not required
  • BA/BS from a top university in a quantitative, finance/economic, policy, or other analytical field; MBA helpful, but not required
  • Strong analytical skills, creative problem-solving ability, and attention to detail
  • Ability to multitask various projects effectively in a dynamic, fast-paced environment
  • Advanced understanding of finance, accounting, and valuation principles
  • Ability to lead development of complex financial models and articulate viewpoints in a clear, succinct manner, including through demonstrated investment memoranda drafting ability
  • Team-oriented with excellent interpersonal skills and ability to develop collaborative relationships across the organization
  • Driven, self-starter with a passion for excellence
  • Proficiency with Excel and PowerPoint
  • May require extended hours

Resumes may be sent directly to hr@soltage.com

Soltage is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination.

INVESTMENT ANALYST – REFERENCE# 429

Overview:

Founded in 2008, Soltage is a leading vertically integrated renewables independent power producer with a full suite of development and acquisition capabilities, as demonstrated by Soltage’s 400MW+ portfolio of operating renewable capacity and nearly 2.0GW of development pipeline comprising contracted solar, solar-plus-storage and standalone storage projects located across the Continental U.S., having provided attractive risk adjusted returns to institutional investors over $1.0 billion of capital deployment. Soltage is headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Position Expectations:

Soltage is seeking an analyst to join our fast-growing solar and storage platform as a key member of the Investments Team. The Investments Analyst will be responsible for modeling, production, and analysis of investment opportunities from inception through commercial operations in addition to supporting the Investment Team’s leadership in interacting with the investment community, raising project and corporate capital, and obtaining the requisite financing to support the company and its growth across organic development and M&A.

Specific Job Functions:

  • Develop detailed financial models for organic development projects, potential capital issuance, and M&A transactions
  • Participate in all aspects of due diligence activities, including coordinating with operations, environmental, legal, tax and accounting teams and consultants to validate assumptions
  • Assist with investment memoranda and presentations for executive management and financing counterparties
  • Support the M&A origination and organic development processes to directly contribute to the company’s growth
  • Support the origination, structuring and execution of corporate and project-level debt, tax equity, and equity issuance
  • Review key project materials to identify potential risks and to evaluate investment suitability
  • Coordinate drafting and delivery of financing materials
  • Monitor state and federal renewable incentive programs and future trends for new and existing solar and storage projects
  • Develop an understanding of different electricity and capital markets for electricity generating assets (tax equity, lease/buybacks, partnership flips, non-recourse debt and corporate ownership)

Qualifications:

  • 0-2 years of renewable energy project finance/M&A or investment banking is preferred, but not required
  • BA/BS from a top university in a quantitative, finance/economic, policy, or other analytical field
  • Strong analytical skills, creative problem-solving ability, and attention to detail
  • Ability to multitask various projects effectively in a dynamic, fast-paced environment
  • Fundamental understanding of finance, accounting, and valuation principles
  • Ability to develop complex financial models and articulate viewpoints in a clear, succinct manner
  • Team-oriented with excellent interpersonal skills and ability to develop collaborative relationships across the organization
  • Driven, self-starter with a passion for excellence
  • Proficiency with Excel and PowerPoint
  • May require extended hours

Resumes may be sent directly to hr@soltage.com

Soltage is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination.

ASSOCIATE OF DEVELOPMENT – REFERENCE# 430

Overview:

Founded in 2008, Soltage is a leading vertically integrated renewables independent power producer with a full suite of development and acquisition capabilities, as demonstrated by Soltage’s 400MW+ portfolio of operating renewable capacity and nearly 2.0GW of development pipeline comprising contracted solar, solar-plus-storage and standalone storage projects located across the Continental U.S., having provided attractive risk adjusted returns to institutional investors over $1.0 billion of capital deployment. Soltage is headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Position:

Join a well-established and fast-growing solar distributed generation and battery storage company as a member of the development team. As a Associate of Development, applicant will be exposed to all aspects of solar and battery storage project development, including site control, permitting, interconnection and offtake, as well as preparing the project for financing and construction. The Associate of Development will also work on new target markets as part of Soltage’s expansion plans. The position is located in the Jersey City headquarters with some travel expected.

Specific Job Functions:

  • Engage with development partners and vendors supplying resources during project development and manage their deliverables.
  • Assist team on site visits for prospective solar projects, work with landowners to lease sites.
  • Attend public meetings to achieve state and local project approvals.
  • Generally, assist members of the development team in day-to-day tasks with the goal of acquiring the skills and knowledge to be able to take the lead on developing successful solar and battery storage projects.

Experience and Education Requirements:

  • One- to three-year prior work experience (for new graduates, Summer jobs can meet this requirement), no solar experience is required for this position
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills; attention to detail
  • Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
  • BA/BS college or university degree

The Successful Candidate Will Also:

  • Be willing to travel as needed
  • Have a clean driving license
  • Be comfortable working in a fast-paced entrepreneurial environment.

Resumes may be sent directly to hr@soltage.com

Soltage is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination.