Headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., and New York City, Arevon Energy, Inc. (“AREVON”) is a leading independent producer of utility-scale renewable power across the United States. The company owns and operates over 160 generation facilities with a total enterprise value of over $12B. With a team of over nearly 150 people and a very strong investor base, the company continues to grow rapidly through both development and M&A activities. As the US power generation fleet goes through the transition to renewable sources of generation and storage, AREVON is positioned to continue to lead that transition.
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AREVON is recruiting for the position of Technical Procurement Manager, an outstanding opportunity for individuals seeking an exciting, high-growth work environment in one of the most important industries for the 21st century.
Job Description The Technical Procurement Manager will support Arevon’s 10GW PV/10 GWh BESS development pipeline and 4.5 GW PV/1.2 GWh BESS operating portfolio. The selected candidate will report to the Procurement Director and have cross-functional interaction with Development, Origination, Engineering, Construction, M&A, and Operations teams. This position will require close interaction with executive-level personnel, including the board and investors.
The position’s primary focus will be to lead supplier techno-economic analysis, CapEx forecasting, technology market research, manage supplier relationships, and support the development/M&A pipeline. The applicant will develop and improve internal processes to enhance RFPs, MSA execution, and design optimization process.
The responsibilities of the Technical Procurement Manager include but are not limited to: · Supporting technical/commercial supplier due diligence processes, competitive RFPs, negotiations, and contract execution for capital equipment (BESS, Modules, PCS, and Trackers) · Explore new technologies, lead the evaluation, and benchmarking of new products to determine the economic value and potential impacts if implemented · Perform market analyses, define cost structures, develop should-cost models, forecast industry trends and risks, and leverage expertise to ensure Arevon is working with and procuring from best-in-class suppliers to meet cost targets · Understand key suppliers' organizational structure, financial health, negotiated Terms and Conditions, deal structure, exposure/risk, culture, and service capabilities · Supporting tax equity and debt financing due diligence · Supporting design optimization for early-stage greenfield projects (modeling, cost estimates, and project schedules). Develop consensus on optimal system design, construction, and operational approaches · Build strategic relationships with equipment and services suppliers and perform as key point of contact within Arevon · Maintaining feedback loop with operations and development/construction teams to ensure issues are documented and considered for future MSAs and projects · Conducting manufacturing facility and construction site visits to ensure proper QAQC measures are followed on procured equipment · Attend industry events and represent Arevon to the industry in a professional capacity
Qualifications · 4-6 years of utility-scale energy storage experience or equivalent combination of education and directly related experience · Minimum of 1 year of BESS experience required · General knowledge of supply chain management and procurement, as well as construction principles considered an asset · Proficiency with Excel and PowerPoint is a must (PowerBI, Tableau, and/or data other visualization platforms are considered an asset) · Basic coding/programming abilities not required, but considered an asset (Python, SQL, Java, etc.) · Strong math and problem-solving skills, with the ability to develop complex analyses and perform independent research · Strong familiarity with evaluating supplier proposals and converting costs into energy unit-based pricing (i.e., $/kWh, $/W) · Able to prioritize tasks based on potential commercial impacts under aggressive deadlines Education Requirements
- BS degree in engineering desired
- Alternative acceptable degrees include economics, business, finance, energy, or related disciplines