Ranger Power is a renewable energy development company headquartered in Chicago, IL. Ranger develops utility-scale solar and battery storage projects around the United States. The company is comprised of experienced renewable energy professionals and is looking to grow its team.
Ranger Power is an equal opportunity employer. Read more about our commitment to DEI here.
Ranger Power is seeking an Assistant Development Manager to join its development team in its Chicago office. As part of a small and dynamic development team, developers are expected to manage varying responsibilities as projects progress through the development process.
Project Development: Under the general direction of Ranger Power’s management team, drive all aspects of project development and strategy, including site prospecting and land acquisition, site analysis, landowner relations, permitting, interconnection, business development, and community engagement and outreach.
Project Management: Coordinate and collaborate with internal resources and manage third-party consultants to ensure project tasks are completed on schedule and within budget.
Manage Multiple Tasks Simultaneously: Develop and manage several projects at various stages of development according to specific Company objectives.
Prepare Quality Work Product: Prepare high-quality work product, including real estate agreements, reports, presentations, and other project-related documents in a timely manner.
Organization and Data Management: Organize, store, and transmit project information effectively using internal and external data management policies.
Bachelor’s degree required.
Project management, organizational, and analytical problem-solving skills.
Excellent interpersonal, communication, negotiation, and advocacy skills.
Ability to work independently and as part of a larger team and take the initiative to follow up as needed.
Ethical, professional, and respectful workplace manner.
Up to 70% domestic travel.
Experience in solar industry a plus, but not required.
Experience with geospatial tools, including ArcGIS and Google Earth.