Business Development Coordinator (USA)

Business Development Department

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As the Business Development Coordinator (based in the USA), the job will be an exciting opportunity for a candidate who really wants to learn about all aspects of business in the Clean Tech industry. You will be getting invaluable hands-on experience, working with commercial, operations and technical teams. The position will report to the CPE North America leadership team.

The skills and knowledge you acquire in this role will likely serve you very well in your future careers. Equally there is the real prospect to develop the role and make it your own.

Introduction

Clean Planet Energy (CPE) is a cleantech, renewable and alternative energy company, converting non-recyclable waste plastics into ultra-clean commercial grade fuels and circular-oils which emit negligible sulphur and nitrous oxide content, and significantly lower CO2 emissions. CPE’s mission is to remove over 1 million tonnes of non-recyclable plastic waste from our environment every year. We will achieve this mission by continuously devising and implementing sustainable green technologies and processes (such as the Clean Planet ecoPlant) that prevent toxic plastic waste from damaging the earth’s environment and oceans, while also reducing the world’s demand for high-emission fossil fuels and petrochemicals products. We aim to divert non-recyclable waste plastics away from the word’s landfills, incinerators, and oceans - a major environmental win. 

CPE are developing and deploying a series of environmentally friendly EcoPlants; a process plant designed and engineered to accept almost any waste plastic (feedstock) and, through various chemical processes, convert the waste into commercial grade low-carbon, ultra-clean, ultra-low sulphur circular fuels and oils. These can be used as replacements for traditional high-emissions fossil-based fuels, and for also making new plastics. 

Job Description:

Reporting

Research & Analysis

Commercial

Strategy

  • Assisting in day-to-day administrative tasks and weekly internal reporting to executive management both in North America, and back to Global where requested.

  • Develop and ensure applicable metrics and performance indicators are in place and tracked to measure team and organisational performance based on Global Standards, and adapted for North America.

  • Research on a range of subjects relating to the business and the sector in which we operate, including general market research, competitive landscape analysis, commodity markets etc.

  • Assisting on marketing, promotion, CPE branding and investor relations in North America.

  • Conduct outreach and manage business relations in support of North American Leadership and Biz Dev teams.

  • Assisting on reviewing and editing legal commercial documents, prior to final legal counsel sign off. 
     

  • Oversee contract administration program management based on Global standards, and adapted for North America.

  • Support the North American Leadership and Biz Dev teams in finding important projects, ventures, potential targets, and other partnership opportunities in North America.

  • Collaborate with executive team to determine, prioritise North American business strategies.

  • Identify strategic risks and help to reduce risks, and link back to Global risk strategy, adapted for the North American market.

 

Essential requirements for role:

A degree similar to Finance, Business Administration, Management or Law and/or suitable work experience of the same nature. We expect the candidate to have an aptitude for numbers, excel, writing, and have an interest in strategy.  You will need to be proficient in Microsoft Office package (Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc). Fluent in French is preferred due to the nature of expansion of the team.

Desirable requirements for role:

  • Strong work ethic – prepared to put in extra hours if required from time to time, but not regularly.

  • Evidence of ability to work effectively with individuals from various backgrounds and cultures.

  • Proven experience of effectively organising team tasks and self-ownership of projects.

  • Able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously to deliver against tight deadlines.

  • Must be flexible to adjust work schedule as determined by the demands of the business, therefore a certain flexibility is mandatory.

 

Duration: Permanent

Start Date: ASAP

Location: Remote during COVID, then potentially in Texas offices.

Salary Range: TBD based on experience

Ready to join?

We can't wait to receive your application!

Note to Recruiters and Agencies: This opportunity is not open for recruiters or agencies, and any applicants that are received though this will be rejected. 

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