At Volta we’re on a mission to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles. Volta's award-winning charging stations benefit brands, consumers, and real-estate locations by providing valuable advertising space to businesses and convenient charging to drivers. Strategically located in places consumers already visit, Volta's chargers are currently the most used electric vehicle charging stations in the United States. Now, we are expanding into the European market starting with Germany, Austria, Switzerland and France.

The Opportunity at Volta Charging

We are seeking a Network Planning Manager to support us in our European Market Development activities, in particular supporting EU management and the site acquisition teams to build strong partnerships that drive the growth of Volta’s business. In this role, you will analyze different data sources, gain deep understanding and contribute to the development of Volta’s business model and its revenue drivers. This role will focus on qualifying and evaluating key industry partnerships by looking at different data sources and optimizing revenue streams in our European markets. In addition, this position will serve as an internal expert for developing partnership guidelines and evaluation support for the site partnerships and media sales teams. As this, you will work closely with different teams at Volta to deeply understand the core drivers of our business model and identify development opportunities.

In your first 90 days, you will

  • Gain deep understanding of Volta’s business model and its revenue drivers
  • Analyze current methods of site evaluation and take over improvements
  • Ramp up on existing network planning tools and develop them further
  • Understand and take the lead on Volta’s site account evaluation process
  • Build your network within Volta across Europe and the US

After twelve months, you will have accomplished

  • Defined media and charging solutions partnership guidelines
  • Established internal expert position for site evaluation and network development
  • Understand unique market differences within Europe and how to tackle them
  • Enhance the site account evaluation process to provide the right strategic direction for different account types
  • Improve efficiency of account evaluation process and develop a robust decision-making matrix
  • Strong relationships with key stakeholders across the organization

What you bring to Volta Charging

  • Solid business understanding and the ability to combine qualitative and quantitative aspects 
  • Experience with business modeling from a financial perspective 
  • Proven track record of analyzing and defining strategic partnerships that deliver measurable business impact
  • Strong data analysis skills, with a knack for extracting and concisely communicating actionable insights to business leaders
  • Results driven and highly analytical and quantitative approach
  • Passion for EVs and the motivation to drive the shift to electric mobility
  • A reputation for strong collaboration, with internal teams and partners
  • A positive, can do attitude and willingness to take on large and small tasks to achieve success

As a Volta team, we are building an inclusive culture where everyone can feel safe to share their thoughts and opinions without judgment; a team where representation and development matter, and differences are valued. We strive to challenge the status quo, go beyond the numbers, and put in the work needed for Volta to be a leader in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.


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