Hamilton Forth retained by Bute Energy to appoint GIS Analyst

Bute Energy is a developer of large-scale onshore renewable energy projects in the UK, with a development pipeline in excess of 2GW of generating capacity in Wales currently. Recently backed by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, who have an exceptional track record of investing in large and complex energy infrastructure projects globally, Bute Energy looks to accelerate the development of their portfolio and bring significant supply chain and economic benefits to Wales and the wider UK in time.

The business is now looking to appoint a GIS Analyst. They are looking for candidates who will bring the expertise, determination and passion to help us deliver their vision for the future of renewable energy in the UK.

As a GIS analyst, typical responsibilities will involve coordinating data collection and storage for multiple renewable projects, overseeing map production and data deliverables, contributing to technical reports and presentations as well as becoming the point of contact within Bute for providing GIS expertise.

The successful candidate will work with the Technical Manager to deliver the day-to-day requirements of the business as well as improve how we deliver projects and identify opportunities for automation and innovation of how we share information to our development colleagues. This is an enormously exciting opportunity to join a high growth business and play a key role in its continued success.

For further information on their role please contact leading consultant, Ali Shaw at [email protected] for further information. This role could be based in Cardiff or Edinburgh with Hybrid working.  Position profile can be reviewed below.


Bute Energy – GIS Analyst

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