Managing Consultants and Senior Consultants

Offshore Wind Energy Auctions (Project Management, Development or Planning Background)

Salary: Senior Consultant: £42k to £53k plus benefits; Managing Consultants: £55k to £72k plus benefits

Location: Home/remote working with a minimum of one day a week in either our central Glasgow, London (SE1) or Cricklade (Swindon) offices

Flexible working: We offer a range of flexible working options. Many members of staff work a shorter or compressed week and we are happy to discuss your preferred working pattern with you. We ask that you come to the office one day a week with the option to work remotely the rest of the week if you wish.

About the role

You will be a key part of our offshore wind energy team, working closely with our Head of Auctions and Economics.  Your focus will be on helping offshore wind You will shape and implement our own strategy, considering the services we offer, where to focus and how to engage with the market, globally. You will also take a key role as deputy to our sector lead with the opportunity to influence and drive our work.
You will:

  • Lead project delivery to clients, including client relationship management, project management, research, analysis and reporting
  • Develop business opportunities and maintain client relationships
  • Manage the work of the team to ensure projects are delivered on time and on budget
  • Shape and implement our strategy, considering opportunities to influence in new markets and areas of practice, globally, and
  • Work closely with other members of the team in a supportive, collaborative and dynamic working culture.

About you

We are seeking someone with most of the following:


  • At least three years of work in a strategic role, gained either in a management consulting practice or other strategic role that demonstrates a strategic mindset and expertise in strategy development and planning
  • Plus at least three years of relevant experience in the wind industry (or similar infrastructure sector), within a project developer, supplier, consulting firm, enabling organisation or the public sector
  • A strong network of relevant contacts within the wind industry


  • A proven ability and the drive to help senior client staff make the right strategic decisions and generate consulting opportunities
  • The ability to manage multiple concurrent, strategic projects, often short-term and complex, across multiple clients and geographies
  • Strong people management skills with the aptitude and ability to lead, coach and motivate highly capable team members to achieve their best
  • Strong line management skills, with the opportunity to establish a team of direct reports
  • Strong numeracy and analytical skills
  • Excellent English speaking and writing skills to communicate clearly and accurately
  • Good proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • The ability to pick things up quickly, as every project and every day can be different
  • The ability to prioritise a busy and varied schedule and juggle different demands on your time


  • Initiative and self-sufficiency to work in a small team
  • An aptitude for order, accuracy, efficiency and quality so that you can deliver to our high standards
  • Flexibility, focus and a hunger to learn, and
  • A drive to make a lasting, positive difference, accelerating the energy transition on a global level.

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