Legal Advisor (Energy Procurement)

The legal advisor will be responsible to negotiate and draft PPAs (Power Purchase Agreements) whereby NOA will procure energy from Independent Power Producers. A draft PPA and Heads of Terms do exist, but the legal advisor will need to tailor these to be fit for purpose.


  •  Supporting on the implementation of various transactions and bringing renewable energy project transactions to close through the negotiation, preparation and review of all legal agreements
  •  Leading the legal review, negotiation and approval of different Project documents (Power Purchase Agreements) and finance documents
  •  Leading the legal due diligence process on project acquisition targets
  •  Supporting the structuring of transactions and negotiating financing and related transaction documents
  •  Coordinating with other departments to meet timelines and deliverables
  •  Supporting the team in the acquisition of secondary market opportunities
  •  Supporting the development team on tender/RFP submissions, if required
  •  Assisting on the negotiation with project sponsors & lenders
  •  Managing the drafting of various notices and obtaining various consents in accordance with the lender’s CP Checklist
  •  Managing the Conditions Precedent (CP) Checklist; and
  •  Leading the legal review on the preparation and implementation of transaction documents as required

Position Specific Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in law
  • 4-5 years of relevant banking and finance, corporate and project experience
  • At least 3 years of experience on PPA transactions
  • Renewable energy Project experience is highly advantageous

Industry knowledge, technical competence and skills:

  •  In-depth knowledge of PPAs
  •  Research and analysis skills
  •  Contract drafting
  •  Legal negotiation skills
  •  In-depth knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation

 Behavioural Competencies Required:

  •  Strong written and verbal communication
  •  Strong negotiating ability
  •  Commercially and solutions driven
  •  Ability to work under pressure and to manage a number of complex transactions
  •  Flexible, with positive attitude and ability to work well as part of a team
  •  Methodical and analytical
  •  Strong attention to detail
  •  Ability to build and maintain good relationships with key stakeholders

Work Model

  • In-Office

Remuneration Bracket 

  • Market related with benefits included into CTC

To apply for the role, upload your resume with your relevant work experience and achievements that make you an ideal fit for the role, and what motivates you to join the NOA mission.

Please note that preference will be given to candidates in line with NOA’s diversity and inclusion policies.

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