Solar Asset Manager

Asbury Park, NJ, USA
11 days ago
Full time role


Based in Asbury Park, Solar Landscape is a leading full-service provider of community solar and solar energy solutions for the ...

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Job Description

Solar Landscape is changing the way America goes solar. 
We are advancing energy equity, making carbon-free energy accessible to all people.  We invest into historically underinvested communities.  
Solar Landscape is growing fast. Like, really fast.  Doubling in size year after year, we are looking for the best and brightest to drive our next phase of growth. We’re made up of thought leaders, thinkers, dreamers, doers. We are insightful, driven, rebellious, fun, and we are better together. Our diverse and unique backgrounds are all given a voice and seat at the table to help make real change for the communities we serve. 
The Solar Asset Analyst will monitor Solar Landscape’s solar plants to ensure optimal performance of the portfolio.  Overall responsibilities will include project monitoring, performance analysis, preventive and corrective maintenance coordination, and collaborating with other departments to support corporate goals.
The Solar Asset Analyst will report to the Director of Asset Management and will work closely with the Operations and Maintenance (O&M), Engineering, and Finance teams.


    •        Monitor all Solar Landscape solar power plants daily, comparing output to expected and working to ensure all system are performing at or above forecasted production
    •        Investigate issues and initiate actions to improve portfolio performance
    •        Track all system alerts and work with the with O&M team to prioritize and coordinate site visits and system repairs
    •        Optimize monitoring platforms to improve capabilities and response time
    •        Prepare system reports for internal and external reporting
    •        Optimize and improve reporting tools and templates
    •        Upload and track system production for SREC and TREC activities
    •        Oversee monthly/quarterly/annual maintenance activities
    •        Schedule and coordinate 3rd party maintenance efforts
    •        Oversee warranty claims, including submitting claims and tracking progress
    •        Support project construction closeout and the transition from construction to operation


    •        4-year degree required, B.S. in STEM field preferred
    •        0-3 years of relevant solar experience
    •        Strong analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills
    •        Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    •        Advanced computer skills especially in Excel (Microsoft Office)
    •        Ability to read and interpret project and contract specifications
    •        Understanding of electrical and civil engineering drawings
    •        Ability to interface with different levels and functions of the organization as well as with external parties such as banks, lawyers, customers, and contractors
    •        Ability to work independently in a team-oriented and fast-paced environment
    •        Ability to undertake complex tasks
    •        Project oriented with a goal to complete assignments on time
    •        Organizational and process orientation skills to clearly maintain project documentation, correspondence, and related files



Based in Asbury Park, Solar Landscape is a leading full-service provider of community solar and solar energy solutions for the ...

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