Location: The position will be a split of office-based work in Tipperary Town and site visits across Ireland. Applicants must be able to commute to Tipperary Town 4 days out of 5 a week.
About the Hiring Company:
Gaia Client is the largest Irish Biogas company that is thriving as a domestic producer of natural gas in Ireland, dedicated to expanding their presence in Ireland and Europe through strategic acquisitions in the energy sector. They are committed to sustainability and renewable energy initiatives, aiming to lead the way in environmentally friendly practices.
Reporting directly to the Operations Director and collaborating closely with planning and technical teams, the Feedstock Coordinator will serve as the primary liaison between the company, landowners, and feedstock suppliers. The ideal candidate will possess a background in renewable energy, farming, environment, or construction, with agricultural experience and qualifications being highly desirable.
Serve as the primary representative of the company, fostering strong relationships with landowners and feedstock suppliers.
Collaborate with the Operations Director and Feedstock Manager to develop and execute feedstock supply plans and nutrient management strategies in alignment with project construction timelines.
Ensure compliance with feedstock assurance schemes and relevant environmental regulations, working closely with landowners to address any concerns or issues.
Act as a liaison with third-party stakeholders including landowners, farmers, tenant farmers, planning officers, environmental agencies, and community representatives.
Keep landowners informed throughout the planning process, providing updates on planning applications, feedback from statutory bodies, and addressing any local or national issues that may impact planning progress.
Communicate project requirements and construction-related matters to landowners, while relaying pertinent landowner information to the project team.
Qualifications & Experience:
Previous experience in a sales role with a horticultural supply company, as a Farmer Engagement Officer with a utility company, or as an Agri Consultant with nutrient management expertise is preferred.
Background in renewable energy, farming, environment, or construction is highly desirable.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively engage with diverse stakeholders.
Demonstrated ability to develop and implement strategic plans in alignment with project objectives.
Knowledge of agricultural practices, environmental regulations, and land management principles.
Proven track record of building and maintaining positive relationships with stakeholders.
Comprehensive annual leave days.
Opportunity to make a difference in the Energy Sector.
Clear career path development.
Supportive team/company with continuous training development.
Feel free to apply through Gaia’s website or send your CV directly to [email protected]