Asset Manager- Netherlands
As an Asset Manager for the Dutch wind market, you will be part of Kallista Energy’s growing business development team, building the new energy business based on the implementation strategy in place.
A large part of your role will be to help supervise and coordinate wind assets that will be in operation at the end of Q1 2021. Overseeing the day to day operations run both efficiently and in line with Kallista Energy’s asset strategy. A large portion of the work will be to build a bridge between cultures and help Kallista be better than its Dutch competitors.
You will have to perform in-depth market analysis, with a high degree of responsibility and autonomy, which will be acquired gradually. Supporting the final delivery of feasibility studies and investment proposals for the acquisition of opportunities to realise Kallista Energy’s goals.
Additionally, you will have to assist with due diligence and feasibility studies for new acquisition opportunities; focused on the financial, political, economic, and commercial risks. In this role, you will report into Kallista Energy’s C-Level team in Paris and have to present your findings to the Board of Directors.
Essentially, you will be the go-to-person for growing Kallista’s footprint in the Dutch market. Most importantly, it’s crucial you can work on multiple projects simultaneously and show a genuine interest in wind assets.
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in the wind industry
- Proven track record in the Dutch wind market
- Master’ Degree in Economics, Finance, or Engineering
- Fluent in Dutch, English, and preferably one other European language
- Willingness to travel across Europe for extended periods
Kallista Energy is involved in all stages of the realisation of wind energy projects. Form the development, acquisition, funding, construction, and operation. Therefore, they have a large amount of control over the projects they choose to invest in. They can implement long-term plans for their activities. They have the support of APG (the largest pension fund for civil servants in the Netherlands) and Ardian (a world leader in non-listed investments) meaning they have the security and backing to be a success in this market.
The role is a critical part of Kallista Energy’s growth strategy. Last year they made their first acquisition outside of the French market, a 32MW onshore wind project in the Netherlands. This year they made a strategic decision to establish a stronger foothold in the Dutch wind market and you will be working in parallel to their “core business areas”. Kallista Energy understands the importance of the Dutch wind industry and wishes to be at the forefront of the country’s energy transition. Ultimately, this role will help determine the future of Kallista Energy.