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The Analyst Rotation Program will provide the candidate the opportunity to contribute to UL’s growing renewables advisory team while learning skills across multiple technical areas. The successful candidate will be a self-starter, with a can-do spirit and willingness to work hard in a team environment to achieve shared success.
The candidate will rotate across 3 areas within the wind advisory team over the course of 4 to 5 years. The initial placement will be either with the energy assessment team or the technical due diligence team with a third rotation based on discussions with the candidate (potential areas of focus include power performance testing, energy storage, permitting, turbine engineering, etc.).
The program aims to equip the candidate with a strong foundation based in renewable energy and consulting practices. The candidate will learn essential communication, project management, and technical skills. Successful candidates will continue their career within UL’s renewables team based on these acquired skills.
The two initial rotations include:
Project Engineer Associate – Energy Assessment (1.5 – 2 years)
This Energy Analyst rotation will focus on meteorological data analysis and energy modeling for onshore and offshore wind projects in support of the completion of bankable energy production assessments.
Primary duties will include:
Associate Project Manager – Due Diligence (1.5 – 2 years)
The Associate Project Manager rotation will be responsible for supporting independent engineering (IE) and technical advisory (TA) services with respect to the financing, sale, or acquisition of renewables projects.
Primary duties will include:
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