As a Manager you will work as a team leader overseeing the delivery of projects with a team of analysts. Depending on the projects, you will work under the supervision or with the support of a Manager/Principal/Partner. In this setting, you will be onboard quickly, work with different team members, and be exposed to the diversity of current energy challenges. Key responsibilities include: 1) Project management and delivery - You will lead projects, ensuring quality project delivery and assistance to clients - You will supervise the project team of analysts and consultants, ensuring their up-skilling, coaching and development - You will be accountable for relationship management with both the client and other external stakeholders throughout the project - You will ensure project KPI’s are met (client satisfaction, timeline and cost) 2) Business development - You will manage client relationships to understand their needs, identify opportunities for value creation, as well as promote ENEA’s expertise - You will manage and supervise commercial proposals. - You will pro-actively seek and help secure new business through ongoing client relationships and through building and maintaining professional networks - You will achieve internal KPI’s for business development and revenue delivery 3) Internal development/corporate - You will develop corporate strategy, plans, organization and/or process design and ensure effective implementation, such as in communications, skill development, knowledge sharing and training. - You will develop further knowledge/thought leadership and know-how that enhance ENEA’s competitive advantage and professional reputation. Projects delivered by ENEA do vary, but can be characterised as follows: ENEA works for all energy players, from global companies to SME’s: Utilities, OEMs, Investors, Banks, Industrial Energy Consumers, Public Authorities, Start-ups ENEA works in all the energy transition fields: renewable distributed generation, energy storage, hydrogen, energy efficiency, green gas and waste management, carbon capture and storage, energy access, etc. as well as transversal topics such as green finance, impact or carbon management. Depending on their objectives, projects will entail tasks of varying nature: market and strategy analysis, cost-benefit analysis, data analytics, company / project / technology evaluation, organisation of training and workshops, strategic plans, etc. All projects provide a real exposure to diversity of current energy challenges.