Energy Manager - Data Center

Salary ¥10000000.00 - ¥15000000 per annum
Job type Permanent
Sector Built Environment
Reference BBBH20040_1666941637


* Manage utility grid connections and applications such as load projections, application reviews, commercial budgets of connection cost

* Support the Design and Development teams to work with utilities during planning and construction stages (plan meetings, project updates, technical clarifications etc)

* Run energy procurement projects (including choice of energy supplier, tariff optimisation, market price analysis, demand response)

* Develop renewable energy sourcing options and other sustainability initiatives in alignment with customer requirements

* Build and manage positive relationships with utilities, retailers, technical consultants and other energy partners

* Regional coverage may include other regional areas including South Korea, Taiwan in the future

* Engage with grid companies, utilities and energy retailers and attend project meetings

* Liaise with our customers to identify and meet energy requirements

* Collaborate with our Design, Site Selection and Operation teams on energy needs

* Craft and present summary reports and progress updates


* 4+ years of proven experience in areas of grid power planning, energy project development, energy consulting, energy networks, energy supply, energy procurement

* Fluent in both English and Japanese (N1 level)

* Strong understanding of the utility and electricity market in Japan

* Commercial, business and energy market understanding

* Foundational level of electrical infrastructure (sub-station, internal distribution, UPS and generators etc) is desired, however, an engineering background is not crucial

* Strong analytical thinking and comfortable with data analysis and presentation (especially in PowerPoint and Excel)

* High level of motivation to learn and grow in the role

ersg are an equal opportunities employer; we are committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all job applicants. We do not discriminate against applicants on the basis of age, sex, race, disability, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender reassignment or religious background; all decisions are based on merit.