Regulatory Affairs Manager (f/m/d) Wind Onshore and Solar in part timeRWE Renewables GmbH | Hamburg, DE
Posted 8 days ago
RWE Offshore Wind GmbH To start as soon as possible, Part time , Permanent In 2023, we at RWE want to further accelerate the expansion of renewable energies in Germany and are looking for you to support our Regulatory Team - Germany-wide. The main task of the Regulatory Affairs department is to analyse economic and regulatory opportunities and risks in Europe and APAC, to derive appropriate positions and to feed them into the public debate, always with the aim of optimising the framework for renewable energies. Do you have at least 3 years of experience in analysing political and regulatory frameworks as well as political communication in the field of wind energy or photovoltaics? Then take a look at our vacant role as Regulatory Manager (f/m/d) Wind Onshore and Photovoltaics (Germany regional) and apply We offer exciting projects in an area close to the executive board, diverse personal development opportunities and much more. Your Mission: Support the expansion of RWE's onshore wind and photovoltaic projects in Germany Analyse regulatory and policy developments for onshore wind and photovoltaics in selected German federal states Develop thematic positions in close coordination with colleagues from the regional Development, Regulatory Affairs and other relevant functions (Legal, Commercial Analysis) Support the colleagues from Development in prioritising topics and activities for regional lobbying and in concrete positioning, e.g. by formulating position papers, briefings, etc. for political communication and association work. Identify regulatory and policy trends and develop them further through innovative ideas Manage the association memberships in selected federal states Establish a strong internal network Continually analyse opportunities and risks and communicate them via internal tools to board members and relevant departments Contribute to overarching projects and standard processes Requirements: University degree in economics, political science, humanities/social sciences or law with solid basic knowledge of renewable energies Professional experience in a political environment or administration (e.g. ministries, public authorities) or in a communication or political department of a company or an association Experience in the formulation of texts in German and English, excellent verbal and written expression and language skills Ability to present complex energy/climate policy and energy industry issues - also on an international level - in a generally understandable manner and in a way that is appropriate for the target group In addition to business fluent English, further foreign language skills are an advantage, but not a must A keen sense for new, innovative, social and political developments and discussions Ability to work independently, creatively and conceptually as well as strong teamwork and communication skills What we offer: Become part of the RWE Renewable Strategy and Regulatory Affairs team and work in a motivated and highly qualified team in the Regulatory Affairs Europe and APAC department Meet the diverse challenges in an area close to the management board of a large industrial company with high social relevance Show your creative strength in developing messages for RWE Renewables, both in terms of content and in flexible and agile cooperation with colleagues We offer you a performance-related salary, attractive social benefits and a modern working environment Offers for your continuous professional and personal development are features of our corporate culture Take advantage of the opportunities for flexible working hours at the modern campus in Essen and within the framework of mobile working rwe.com/career Apply now with just a few clicks: ad code 79845 , application deadline . Any questions? Your contact in Recruiting: Marco De Salve, marco.desalverwe.com We look forward to receiving your application We value diversity and therefore welcome all applications, irrespective of gender, disability, nationality, ethnic and social background, religion and beliefs, age or sexual orientation and identity. Of course, you can find us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Xing, too. Offshore wind is a pivotal element of our carbon neutral ambition. Already No.2 in the global market, we plan to triple our 2.2GWh output by 2030, led by projects such as Sofia (1,400 MWh) and Kaskasi (342MWh). With our financial stability, this is where you’ll also have the freedom to act with conviction and courage as we continuously improve, together. Renewables is the future of our business, and Offshore wind a pivotal element of our carbon neutral ambition. With 800 fixed bottom and floating turbines – plus others totalling 800MWh we operate for partners – we’re already the No.2 generator globally. And we plan to triple our 2.2GWh output by 2030, led by landmark projects such as Sofia (1,400 MWh) and Kaskasi (342MWh). Offshore wind is a constantly evolving technical, practical and social challenge. Our financial stability means you’ll have the freedom to act with conviction and courage as we pivot to harness new technologies – and continuously improve, together.