Exeter / Home based
£Competitive + bonus + pension
Ethical Power is one of UK’s most innovative and ambitious sustainable energy companies and is at an exciting point in its evolution. Founded in 2010, it has built an excellent reputation in solar energy market within the development, construction, ICP connections, operations & maintenance and asset management and is now poised to take advantage of increasing opportunities in renewable energy both in the UK and worldwide.
The quality and value of Ethical Power’s projects and reputation is such that our clients, investors and financing partners, development partners and other project stakeholders comprise of many of the renewable sector’s leading blue chip participants.
Due to this sustained growth Ethical Power’s legal team is now looking to recruit two additional lawyers, one being based in Exeter and the other in Bristol for its ICP business , to support the business with a diverse range of legal matters.
Working as part of an experienced legal team you will support the entire business across all of its operational aspects. This will involve daily interface with senior members of the Ethical Power development, design and technical, construction, and operation & maintenance teams so as to deliver on their intense and ambitious project development, construction and operation programme.
Initially your focus will be on EPC and O&M contracts with the opportunity to develop your expertise further on the project development side over time.
You may currently be working in private practice or in-house and will ideally have had 3+ years experience of working within the energy and /or construction sector with strong commercial acumen and business partnering skills. Lawyers with a solid background within corporate and/or commercial transactions who can demonstrate a keen interest in moving into the renewables sector are also encouraged to apply.
You will be offered a competitive package, support and mentoring from two experienced lawyers and an excellent opportunity for career development in the UK and internationally.
Should you find this initial brief of interest and wish to find out further detail s please apply or contact Chris at Mack Legal.
Please note that this assignment is being handled exclusively by our retained search consultants Mack Legal and all direct or third party applications will be forwarded to them for consideration.