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Do you aspire to be part of a green transition in an international growing company with countless development opportunities? Then you might be our new Student Assistant.

European Energy is a green energy company experiencing exponential growth. We develop, construct, and operate wind and solar PV projects globally and are at the forefront of the emerging green hydrogen/Power-to-X sectors. Our core values are the foundation of everything we do: In it together, Trust and Courage, Ambition, Excitement, Inclusion, and Agility.


Your New Team

You will be a part of European Energy UK Limited, consisting of 16 colleagues working throughout the UK. You would be based with a team of 7 in our office in Glasgow. We are a committed and motivated team where knowledge sharing, trust, and open dialogues describe the very core of our collaboration. Our project pipeline in the UK is in rapid growth and you will be hands-on supporting our Development Managers with many technical, organisational, and commercial aspects.


Your New Role

As our new Student Assistant you will play an important role in the delivery of solar (PV) and onshore wind projects in the UK. Working closely to support Development Managers, our Project Lawyer and EPC team, you will provide GIS and mapping support for various aspects of projects, from early-stage land identification and evaluation, collating surveys and analysis to supporting planning applications, through to drawings and mapping to support the construction and operational phases of projects.


Areas of Responsibilities

· Collaborate within cross-functional teams, including engineers, designers, contractors, and the risk team to maintain the highest standards of H&S and Quality on the project.

· Identifying, managing and evaluating constraints to support the identification of new opportunities

· Managing datasets of publicly available information

· Digitising and managing property boundaries

· Utilising analysis and property information to define potential project boundaries

· Creating plans to support legally binding property agreements

· Collaborating with external consultants to ensure we maintain up to date datasets

· Creating plans and drawings to support project development activities, tracking environmental information as it is identified

· Supporting the design and construction of projects through the creation of constraints plans


Your Profile

· You will be working towards a bachelor’s degree or post graduate qualification in an Environmental, Town and Country Planning, or Engineering discipline, or completed this and seeking a part-time role to gain practical experience.

· You will have strong GIS skills, and be able to manage and analyse data to create high quality plans from day 1 – it is not envisaged significant training would be provided in the use of GIS

· Autocad or similar experience would be an advantage, especially working interchangeably between GIS & Autocad

· You have an analytical mind, with the ability to understand projects and risks, with a logical approach to organising information.

· You are highly proficient with Excel, and other Microsoft products. Power BI would be an advantage.

· You will be a self-starter, with an ability to learn independently, expanding your knowledge and develop techniques to solve problems.

· You will ideally have experience of a project work environment, preferably in a project development or consultancy setting.

· Having knowledge of onshore wind and PV projects from an engineering, environmental, or consenting perspective would be advantageous.

· You are fluent in English, both verbally and in writing

· You can work independently and be self-motivated within a supportive & collaborative company

· You are a creative problem solver

· You have a pro-active and diligent approach


We Offer

· An entrepreneurial approach to our work. In daily life, it means it is not far from thought to action

· Trusted responsibilities with opportunities to grow, both personally and professionally

· You will be part of our Next Generation student network, where our now more than 91 Student Assistants meet across departments. Our Student network is a great place to meet and engage with other students for sparring and social events.

· An opportunity to work with friendly, supportive, and collaborative colleagues who are actively contributing to a profitable, growing, and successful global group


About European Energy UK Limited

European Energy UK Limited is on track to deliver substantial growth in the coming years and is currently developing a pipeline of more than 800MW of solar, onshore wind, and energy storage projects across the UK. The first solar project commenced construction in Q3 2022, with further projects located throughout the UK to be delivered into construction in 2023 and beyond.

Emergent – is structured for the modern workplace and the market and society it operates in.

Independent and Autonomous – offers a working environment with high levels of trust and respect, a collaborative and consultative approach, and a sense of shared and individual responsibility.

Well-resourced – backed by its parent company, European Energy A/S, which holds a total net equity of over €391m with an EBITDA of over €135m at the end of 2022. Investor Relations material can be found here. European Energy A/S provides various services to European Energy UK Limited from its specialist departments based in Copenhagen.

Flexibility- This role will be attached to the office in Glasgow. However, the company operates a flexible working policy and hours can be arranged to suit academic commitments.


About European Energy Group

In 2023, the global European Energy Group welcomed 270 new colleagues and is now more than 740 colleagues with 44 nationalities represented in 22 countries and 30 offices globally.

The group has, since 2004, installed more than 2.0 GW of renewable energy capacity and is now a frontrunner in ‘Power-to-X’ deployment. The group’s mission is to be a significant force in the global transition to a fossil fuel-free society and represents the Power of Tomorrow, Today.

More information about the European Energy Group, including its mission statement, can be found here.


Location: Glasgow, UK

Reporting to: Director or Development Manager, European Energy UK

Hours: 1 to 1.5 days per week, set days but flexible to fit around studies. Potential for increased hours during academic holidays, subject to mutual agreement.

Pay: £competitive

Application: Please be aware that European Energy does not receive applications via mail. To be considered for a job, we kindly ask you to upload your resume directly via the "apply" button on the right.

Deadline: We evaluate applications continuously, and we will close the job posting when we have found the right candidate, so please send your application as soon as possible, but no later than 31 May 2024.

For more information: Contact Mark Evans

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