Find your new career in Renewables

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We work within a broad scope of positions. Read more about popular roles in Renewables below.


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Our Renewables team has many years of experience connecting the right candidates with employers. Brunel is a global company with a widespread network of successful clients.

Looking for talent in these disciplines 

■ Engineering & Design
■ Project Management
■ Operations & Maintenance
■ Regulatory
■ Quality Control
■ Development Finance
■ Electrical, Controls Systems and Instrumentation


There are several different sectors you could work in, such as Energy-from-Waste (EfW), Geothermal or the Green Hydrogen industry, but the two biggest are Wind and Solar.

Employee looking at wind mills at sea

Wind Energy Careers 

The wind industry has two major areas: onshore and offshore. Offshore wind farms are generally much larger, involving more investment and time to develop, but also generate much more power. 
Roles and careers are varied, moving from the initial development of a project through to its eventual decommissioning. Mainly, people will work in planning and overseeing the installation, improvement, and operation of an offshore wind farm.


Well over 50 different skills or jobs are needed to create and manage an offshore wind farm, some of which are:


■ Project Development
■ Client Representative
■ HSE Supervisor
■ Vessel Operators
■ Wind Technicians
■ Control Systems Engineers
■ Power Transmission & Distribution Engineers
■ Subsea Cable Design, Installation and Maintenance

Hydrogen Careers 

As possibly the fastest growing sector within renewable energy, the hydrogen industry is going to see a huge amount of change in a fairly short time. Skills are going to be in demand on a scale that will inevitably outstrip supply.


There is some very good news in this, particularly for those in the natural gas or LNG world who might be wondering where their next job will be. Hydrogen has many similarities - compressing and transporting a gas being a key one.


This means a number of careers will continue to exist in Hydrogen, as well as new ones opening up as the industry grows.


Some of these will include;


■  Research & Development
■  Materials Science
■  Engineering & Construction
■  Pipeline manufacture and maintenance
■  Commissioning

Solar Energy Careers 

The solar industry has seen amazing growth and technological development in recent years. It has been estimated that every hour, the sun provides enough power to meet the annual consumption of the world. The question is how to harness that immense energy source.


There are two main types of solar energy technology: Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) and Photovoltaic. Each has its own specialisms when it comes to the skills needed, although there are many similarities.


Common jobs are:


■ Research & Development, particularly in Materials Science
■ Solar Power Engineering
■ Solar Panel Manufacturing
■ Solar Plant Development
■ Solar Plant Construction