Are you passionate about moving toward a cleaner, greener future? Are you well versed in energy trading regulations and markets?
We have an exciting opportunity for an Energy Market Manager to join a global renewable energy company.
What’s on offer?
- Hybrid and Flexible working
- Highly competitive salary
- Exciting Projects
- Extra Annual Leave
- Paid shut down periods
- To define energy trading strategy for GPG Australia generation assets.
- To manage any energy, power and service sale provided by GPG Australia generation assets. This could be managed through Power Purchase Agreements (any type) and/or spot market.
- To negotiate Power Purchase Agreements
- To analyze trading regulatory framework affection to Australian generation assets on a continuous basis. To implement changes needed to comply with those.
- To analyze market opportunities for Australian generation assets on a continuous basis.
- To represent the company before organism, associations, regulators and in general any energy market related institution.
- To manage reconciliation process for any energy, power or service provided by the Australian assets.
- To collaborate with GPG Development in studying Trading opportunities for new Australia generation assets.
- To collaborate to fulfill Financial agreements obligations.
- Minimum of 5 years working in a similar role with demonstrated experience in trading energy management.
- Renewable energy markets knowledge and experience.
- Strong understanding of Australian Energy Markets and Regulations
- Ability to tailor communication to different level of stake holders
- Understanding of Power Purchase Agreements
About the recruitment process:
- 2 professional references are required
- A police check and medical may be required
To register your interest please apply now with your current CV.
If you have any queries, please contact Maraea Rigby via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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