Company: Cammach Bryant
Skills: Accounting
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.

Authorized to work in: United Kingdom

Our client a leading renewable consultancy are looking for a Due Diligence Consultant (Onshore Wind) for a permanent position, located in Glasgow / Remote.


  • Real impact at the cutting edge of energy: We work with some of the biggest brands in the sector and we're regularly asked to share our thought leadership at the sector's top conferences. You'll be at the heart of this: conducting the analysis which informs our clients' major investment and policy decisions;
  • Exposure to a wide range of projects and clients: As a thriving consultancy working for clients ranging from multinational banks to community energy groups. You will be exposed to the wide range of projects financed and developed by these clients, taking in different approaches to challenges, risks, and solutions at each turn.
  • A fast-growth environment: We set up shop with 6 partners in September 2015. Now we're 75 strong and counting, based across the UK, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Germany;
  • The flattest of flat organisations: Let's be upfront: if you thrive on hierarchy and structure, our client isn't the company for you. But if you are looking for a work environment where the strength of your ideas are valued as much as your years of experience, then welcome home. You'll be given the freedom and autonomy to shape your own career; it's not for everyone, and with freedom comes responsibility - but we sure enjoy the buzz of owning our own careers;
  • The team works: Goodbye departmental silos! We get our offshore wind experts working on energy storage, our UK team working on French projects, our onshore wind specialists branching into solar. It keeps things fresh for us and more importantly, spurs the creative cross-fertilisation of ideas which helps us deliver unique insights and value to our clients;
  • Top-notch mentorship: Most of us have been in the renewables and energy business for well over a decade, and some of us have previously led large teams and business units. We'd love to share some of this experience, through assigning you an internal mentor to help guide your professional development. And we hope that you can return the favour by offering feedback for us too, because whether you've got 3 months experience, or 30 years, we've all got more to learn.


  • Your work will be mainly technical and commercial consultancy services to onshore wind: you will be advising project developers, lenders, owners, investors or operators in France, UK, Ireland, Spain, Portugal and other markets. Specific activities will include:
  • Contributing to technical and commercial due diligence undertaken as part financial transactions (financing, refinancing, M&A). This will include the assessment of risks which could result in a deviation from the project or portfolio financial model, particularly lower energy yield, delays to the project timeline, higher Capex and Opex, and then to propose relevant mitigation measures. Assessed areas would typically cover: land securement, administrative authorisations, environmental constraints, project design, tariff scheme, grid connection, construction and operation contracts, project timeline...
  • Managing multiple projects utilising internal and external resources;
  • Reviewing operational project O&M reports and data analysis to assess performance and operational issues, risk quantification and mitigation identification;
  • Supporting the delivery of strategic work;
  • Carrying-out business development.