Full-Time Organic Waste Procurement Manager, Waste to Value Facilities
We’re hiring a manager to oversee the feedstock sourcing and contracting for our Waste to Value (WTV) facilities. Reporting to the WTV Asset Manager and liaising closely with the origination team, your work will be imperative to managing successful growth within the WTV business. The role covers a wide variety of activities — including, but not limited to, developing a thorough understanding of the operations of each facility, performing regular site visits to engage with key personnel, and identifying opportunities to increase project revenue and reduce feedstock operating expenses.
The ideal candidate will have:
• 5+ years of experience in the waste or food industries
• A deep commitment to and passion for driving the circular economy
• Strong marketing skills with experience marketing products and negotiating logistics contracts
• Exposure to corporate sustainability plans for organic waste materials with a focus on the food processing and agricultural industries
• Exposure to Waste to Energy plants and organic material handling methods a plus
About Generate Capital
Founded by some of the renewable energy industry’s leading visionaries, Generate Capital, Inc. is a specialty finance company that builds, owns, operates, and finances infrastructure assets involving the world’s critical resources: energy, water, agriculture and basic materials. Our team has decades of collective experience financing billions of dollars of sustainable infrastructure.
We believe the world’s fourth industrial revolution — a “resource revolution” — is underway, where the world is finding new, profitable ways to do more with less of our precious or constrained natural resources. Unlike traditional capital sources, Generate Capital has the people, systems, and flexibility that make us the leading capital partner for technology manufacturers, project developers and contractors driving this resource revolution.
Generate Capital has created the Infrastructure-as-a-ServiceTM model, allowing companies, municipalities and others to benefit from resource productivity solutions without having to allocate the capital expenses to acquire the new technology and infrastructure. The resource productivity solutions we finance include a broad range of sustainable infrastructure, including renewable energy projects, energy efficiency assets, water and wastewater treatment solutions, and sustainable farming.