I partner with renewable energy and clean technology start-ups across North America to build their teams.
It's a truly fascinating time to recruit in the sector and work with world-class companies who are developing products and building projects with the potential to unlock a wealth of inexpensive clean energy to address global energy demands.
Because of the rapidly changing and nebulous market we operate in and the nature of our clients (typically early-stage post investment), we employ a retained search approach to recruitment. We believe that building a partnership with the companies we work with gives us an extra dimension when we engage on senior-level searches but most importantly gives our clients a competitive advantage as they build their teams, saving them time and money in the pursuit of cleantech rockstars.
When looking to make a new hire, culture and company fit really matters. Finding the right technical match on paper is a good first step but understanding the makeup of our clients and the common traits they want all their employees to have allows us to go the extra mile during our qualification process, so we can identify candidates that our clients can build their teams around. Our clients are fierce advocates for hiring through a non-biased lens and understanding how they want to grow allows us to attract candidates who are qualified whatever their demographic.
In early 2020, I’ll be returning to the US after a 2 year hiatus in Europe to open Hyperion’s first office in North America in Austin, TX – please get in touch to learn more.
Outside of clean technology recruitment, I’m an avid long distance runner (I’ve completed the London, New York and Paris Marathons and will be competing in Amsterdam later this year) craft beer enthusiast (currently brewing my own beer with mixed success!) a long suffering Lincoln City fan and I love travelling with my wife.
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