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Energy Manager, Utilities – Apac

Equinix - Sydney, NSW

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Energy Manager, Utilities – APAC

Who are we? 

Equinix is the world’s digital infrastructure company, operating 200+ data centers across the globe and providing interconnections to all the key clouds and networks. Businesses need one place to simplify and bring together fragmented, complex infrastructure that spans private and public cloud environments. Our global platform allows customers to place infrastructure wherever they need it and connect it to everything they need to succeed.

We are a fast-growing global company with 70+ consecutive quarters of growth. Through our innovative portfolio of high-performance products and services, we have created the largest, most active global ecosystem of nearly 10,000 companies, including 1,800+ networks and 2,900+ cloud and IT service providers in over 26 countries spanning five continents.  

A career at Equinix means you will collaborate on work that impacts the world and be surrounded by endless opportunities to learn new skills and grow in varied directions. We embrace diversity in thought and contribution and are committed to providing an equitable work environment. that is foundational to our core values as a company and is vital to our success. 

Overview

The primary focus of the role is the day-to-day management of Equinix’s Energy contracts. Working globally with other project teams and stakeholders the successful candidate is expected to provide strategic support and leadership. The role holder will be the expert on utility/supply/cashflow/budget risk and, reduce, document and maintain such risks. The candidate is expected to regularly report on utilities costs and risks highlighting efforts to the executive team

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for day-to-day management of procurement, sustainability, reporting.
  • Create, control and enhance existing reporting activities
  • Regularly present to E-staff and other Internal/external groups as necessary.
  • Maintain and execute against the company’s Strategic Energy Plan
  • Act as the SME for Utility and Supply contract queries.
  • Work with internal teams and energy consultant to ensure full participation in key program elements so that resulting data and information is sufficiently detailed, complete, accurate, and auditable so as to be used for external reporting agencies such as Global Reporting Initiative or Carbon Disclosure project.
  • Manage the sourcing and purchasing process including development of qualified bidders’ lists; receipt and evaluation of proposals; negotiation, award and administration of purchase orders, and preparation and distribution of records and reports.
  • Establish and manage relationships with internal customers.
  • Assist in the creations and retention of accurate utility and sustainability data
  • Ability to travel frequently travel internationally and domestically.
     

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Experience with complex contract negotiations and supplier management.
  • Supplier / Utility / Energy Consultancy experience.
  • Knowledgeable in supplier management specific to utilities, with broad based understanding of the global markets.
  • Communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing, successfully interfacing with all internal and external stakeholders.
  • Possess excellent negotiation skills, evidenced by significant deliverables (cost savings, risk mitigation) resulting from completed negotiations.
  • Provide excellent analytical skills identifying customer needs and defining best possible solutions.
  • 5+ years’ experience working in power utilities procurement and/or sustainability.

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