Pine Gate Renewables is a leading renewable energy company focused on project development and strategic financing of solar and storage projects throughout the United States. The company’s Pine Gate Impact initiative contributes to multiple non-profit organizations aimed at improving the environment and local communities. Headquartered in Asheville, NC, Pine Gate Renewables made the Inc. 5000 list in 2021, placing at #37 and named to Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies list in 2021. Pine Gate Renewables works every day to achieve its mission to “Get Solar Done.” For more information, visit pinegaterenewables.com

 

Are you ready to shape the future of procurement on a global scale? Join us as the Head of Global Supply Chain Strategy, reporting to the COO where you will have an opportunity to drive strategic initiatives, build key partnerships, and develop a procurement vision to help drive our organization to new heights. If you're a proven leader with a passion for innovation and a track record of delivering results, we want to hear from you.

What You’ll Do

  • Act as a liaison between manufacturing organizations, federal agencies, and internal stakeholders to develop and deploy mid to longer term commercial procurement strategies.
  • Lead a dynamic team of supply chain professionals both onshore and offshore.
     
  • In close collaboration with key internal and external stakeholders this role will offer invaluable insights into the procurement implications of legislative and regulatory developments to drive the business forward.
  • Develop and implement long-term global sourcing strategies to guarantee the timely and cost-efficient delivery of essential materials and services, advancing the Company's US focused multi-gigawatt solar and storage pipeline while optimizing performance.
  • Foster partnerships with prospective and current on and offshore OEM suppliers and cultivate relationships that deliver maximum value.
  • Stay abreast of industry development, emerging market trends, and materials while incorporating relevant innovations and technologies into company procurement strategies.
  • Adept at identifying and navigating both physical and political risks. This encompasses a comprehensive approach to address challenges such as supply chain disruptions, vendor risk assessments, supply chain security, market fluctuations, and broader global market dynamics.
  • Establish measures and foster strategic relationships to secure uninterrupted access to global solar and storage suppliers to meet our growth objectives.

Must Haves

  • 12+ years of leadership experience working in supply chain and/or procurement.
  • 10+ years of experience working for a solar and/or storage developer, IPP or EPC in a strategic leadership role.
  • Proven record of accomplishment in building and maintaining international relationships within the solar and storage procurement industry
  • Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills and ability to influence stakeholders at all levels.
  • Deep understanding of procurement best practices, solar on and offshore manufacturing capabilities, domestic and international regulatory requirements and global solar supply and demand dynamics and economics.
  • Excellent analytical skills with the ability to interpret data, identify and analyze trends, and make strategic recommendations.
  • Strong executive presence, and ability to communicate and collaborate effectively in Global audiences. Proven success in presenting and influencing C-Suite.

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree in international business, economics, engineering, or global supply chain management.
  • Master’s degree preferred.

Working Environment and Physical Demand

  • Domestic and international travel is required. Up to 25% travel.
  • Remote or Hybrid work environment. No relocation required.

 

Pine Gate Renewables believes in taking care of our employees by offering benefits that support their physical, mental, and financial well-being.  Our comprehensive benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, matching 401k, Paid Time Off, paid holidays, training, and development, giving back to the community, remote work options, dog-friendly offices, and much more. Pine Gate Renewables is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.

Pine Gate Renewables does not accept any unsolicited resumes or referrals from any third-party recruiting firms or agencies.

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