VANRATH are working with a innovative Renewables / EV Company, assisting them with the recruitment of a skilled Chief Operations Officer. The company has invested heavily in public Electrical Vehicle charging network infrastructure throughout Northern Ireland.
You will be a proven leader with evidence of successful operational management within an industry such as: renewable energy, EVs, smart grid, energy storage, transportation infrastructure, sustainable buildings, or other similar industry. This is a fantastic and rare opportunity for any COO to join a company that is in a massive growth period.
Monday - Friday - Permanent position
Salary & Benefits:
- £75000 - £90,000 + Extremely generous Benefits Package
- Development and Growth opportunities in a growing business
- Tonnes of extras
The ideal person:
- Experience in a senior operational management role e.g., renewable energy, EVs, smart grid, energy storage, transportation infrastructure, sustainable buildings, or other similar industry.
- Proven track record of developing and implementing successful operational strategies, delivering growth and profitability.
- Strong leadership and people management skills, with experience in managing teams.
- Develop and implement operational strategies to achieve business goals, including growth, profitability, and customer satisfaction.
- Manage the company's operational budget, ensuring that costs are controlled, and financial targets are met.
- Develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders, including customers, suppliers, and regulators.
- Lead the development and execution of operational policies and procedures, ensuring that they are compliant with relevant regulations and standards.
- Oversee the hiring and training of staff, ensuring that the team is motivated and aligned with the company's goals and values.
- Monitor the performance of the team, providing feedback and coaching to ensure continuous improvement. Managing and overseeing the efficient role out of the EV charging point network
- Collaborating with the CEO in setting and driving organisational vision, operational strategy, and hiring needs
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