INFRASTRUCTURE, RENEWABLES & ENERGY TRANSITION

From core infrastructure to energy transition, this is an important and evolving market. Our consultants are experts at building global teams from the top down, searching for key strategic hires and delivering analyst and associate recruitment programmes for a wide range of investors from new funds to established, international multi-asset managers.

Our experts

Key Contact
Oliver Gilkes
Principal Consultant, Head of Infrastructure & Middle East
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13

Infrastructure placements in the last 12 months

3

Countries where we completed Infrastructure searches

23%

Women placed in Infrastructure

21

Open Infrastructure, Energy & Renewables roles





LEVELS

Building your leadership pipeline


Whether adding to an existing team or bringing in a strategic hire to develop a new strategy, our dedicated retained search consultants work with you to plan a go-to-market approach to access a large and diverse global talent pool. 

Our knowledgeable team use their networks and connections to reach out and reference leading players, adding value with market information, compensation benchmarks and information on evolving strategies with every retained search.

This is a global market for mid-level hiring requiring a combination of targeted and generalised outreach to access the best people. 

Our researchers are constantly mapping the market, updating our networks with information on established players and new entrants alike. 

We successfully bring talented entry-level professionals into the infrastructure, real assets, renewables and energy space from both traditional and non-traditional pools. 

Our outreach extends to corporates, advisers and asset managers as well as the traditional banking and corporate finance pools.

EXPERIENCE
Client stories


We were asked by a large asset manager to find a new head of climate technology investments

This was a challenging search because many people who work in renewable energy private equity investment roles have typically had less experience of investing in higher growth and emerging sectors. The candidate we sourced had prior experience in mid-market private equity related to climate technology investments, as opposed to a “classic” background in renewable energy infrastructure investments.

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