AltGen Job Alert: Renewable Energy Project Developers Johannesburg and Cape Town

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AltGen has played a major role in providing human resources and knowledge to the Renewable Energy in Africa since 2012 which includes IPP’s, EPC’s, businesses, governments, NGOs and educational institutions. The dynamic company, with passionate team spread across the African landscape, has been mandated to fill the following position:

Title: Project Developers in Renewables

Location: Cape Town – Johannesburg

Salary: R600K – R1.3M

Description: AltGen is on the hunt for experienced Project Developers who have a passion for renewable energy. If you are someone who has excellent attention to detail and at least 4+ years working in the RE industry – specifically in the project development environment, this is your chance to connect with the reputable developers in the country!

AltGen’s clients are continuously on the lookout for top talent in the industry and it is our job to connect the best skills with the leading firms.

We’re looking for professionals who have an Engineering Degree and ideally at a master’s level. We want to hear all about the projects you’ve been involved in and how you added value throughout the development life cycle. We are looking for skills in the REIPPPP, be it solar or wind.

If you are serious about forging a career with firms that have impressive project track records – then we want to hear from you. Apply HERE!

Good luck!

Source: AltGen


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