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Solar Designer

A typical Solar PV Designer's job will predominantly revolve around following three key responsibilities :

  1. Calculations & Design
  2. BOM Preparation
  3. Overseeing project execution

Depending on the specific position and role, your job will involve some or all of the following:

  1. Use custom software tools to design PV ground mounted and roof top systems
  2. Perform accurate system sizing calculations
  3. Create electrical single-line diagrams, panel schedules, or connection diagrams for solar electric systems, using computer-aided design (CAD)/ PVsyst software
  4. Run PVsyst reports for system production estimates
  5. Develop optimal designs with SLD, PML, conduit and wire scheduling, routing and equipment plans, and conceptual 3-D renderings
  6. Execute designs that adhere to grid compliance and permitting requirements
  7. Building detailed bills of materials based on system specifications
  8. Coordinates with management team to develop complete proposal packages
  9. Work across functionally with sales, project management and installation teams to ensure clients' needs and internal deadlines are met
  10. Troubleshoot design and construction issues in the field

Typical Qualifications Expected:

  1. Educational qualification and experience needed for the solar PV designer job depends on each company's requirements.
  2. Most companies prefer candidates with at least 1 year experience in doing dedicated engineering of Solar projects.
  3. An Electrical Engineering degree will be an added advantage.

Skills Expected:

  1. Ability to design PV systems at 11/22/33/66 kV power levels
  2. Has knowledge in PVSYST and AutoCAD
  3. Has knowledge in electrical design concepts

Other Requirements & Expectations:

  1. Should be ready for field visits
  2. Should be flexible to perform project management role if needed
  3. A quality mindset and attention to detail are some of the important qualities for this job

Business Development Executive

A business development professional has three primary responsibilities:

  1. Identifying new sales leads
  2. Pitching products and/or services
  3. Maintaining fruitful relationships with existing customers

When it comes to generating leads, day-to-day duties typically include:

  • Researching organisations and individuals online (especially on social media) to identify new leads and potential new markets
  • Researching the needs of other companies and learning who makes decisions about purchasing
  • Contacting potential clients via email or phone to establish rapport and set up meetings
  • Planning and overseeing new marketing initiatives
  • Attending conferences, meetings, and industry events

When it comes to the challenge of actually selling, other typical duties include:

  • Preparing PowerPoint presentations and sales displays
  • Contacting clients to inform them about new developments in the company's products
  • Developing quotes and proposals
  • Negotiating and renegotiating by phone, email, and in person
  • Bidding through tenders
  • Developing sales goals for the team and ensuring they are met
  • Training personnel and helping team members develop their skills

To keep healthy relationships with clients, this mostly requires socialisation. So from simple chats on the phone to lunches and events or conferences business development managers must be sure to keep their customers happy. Of course, as with all office jobs, documentation is also a big part of the work. Business development professionals are also obligated to write reports and provide feedback to upper management about what is and is not working.

Business Development Executive Skills

To be an effective business development executive, an individual must be:

  • Socially adept
  • Good with numbers
  • Able to provide quality leadership to a large team of sales people

The skills you need to excel in this position include:

  • Strong communication and IT fluency
  • Creative talents and the ability to solve tough problems
  • In-depth knowledge of the industry and its current events
  • The ability to handle pressure and meet deadlines
  • Skill in prioritizing and triaging obligations
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent time management and organisation