Job Alert: Sasol – Head Renewables Energy Business Development

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  • Sasol, South Africa’s petrochemcals giant and the country’s second biggest air polluter after Eskom, is looking for someone to drive and lead the renewable energy business development.

The ideal candidate must provides functional leadership, strategic direction and oversight of all projects and initiatives across the Renewables Energy Business Development. The candidate must also provide expertise to enable, direct, develop, and mobilise project teams, to set-up and execute the development and implementation of projects and/or programmes, in line with the strategy and required policies, principles, and standards. He or she must apply and leverage entrenched Renewables Energy Development Processes related to complex projects, through the provision of oversight, guidance, and support to teams to operate at optimal and efficient levels of output.

Job Title: Head Renewables Energy Business Development

Req nr:112610

Closing Date: 6 October 2022

Org Structure No: 80033624

OME: EBU: Global Market H2 Development

Business Unit: H2 Global Markets Development

Report to: VP Renewables Energy

Link fro more details and how to apply HERE 

Good luck!

Author: GBA News Desk


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