Chief Manager- Asset Management (Solar)

Sterlite Power Transmission Limited

  • Gurgaon, Haryana
Chief Manager- Asset Management (Solar)
Job Posted : Feb 19th, 2024

Job Description


  • Creating and advocating a consistent and high level of compliance with asset management policy/processes across all areas of the organisation
  • Identify O&M Risk and develop long range risk resilience and mitigation plan with a risk assurance framework.
  • Ensure compliances to Ethics, Integrity, EHS and Quality policies.
  • Key Interface with Industry, State / Central government authorities, CEA, CTU/STU’s, Regulators and shall be responsible for timely submission of statutory fillings.
  • Lead or support negotiations involving O&M Agreements with EPC Partners.
  • Manage the relationship with the EPC, farmers, regulatory, client, and all stakeholders.
  • Candidates should have Asset Management Experience for minimum 1 GW projects

Qualification And Experience:-

  • BE/B. Tech with 12+ years relevant work experience in Renewable Projects (Solar) operations and maintenances and project management.
  • Strong technical knowledge of power equipment’s including SCADA operations, applicable codes and standards, applicable central/state acts, and regulations.
  • Process oriented, analytical decision-making, Problem-Solving Skills, and hunger for Continuous Improvements.
  • Strong Interpersonal and Collaborative skills.


  • Gurgaon, Haryana.

Company Overview:-

A business partnership born out of friendship and mutual respect in the 1920s between Shapoorji Mistry Sr. and Mehervan Daruvala, the latter’s company Wilson Electric Works served as an electrical contractor for Shapoorji Pallonji Construction, working on some of India’s biggest commercial and residential projects.

As the relationship blossomed, Wilson Electric Works joined forces with Sterling Investments of the SP Group in the year 1973, to form the engineering behemoth that is Sterling and Wilson.

Starting from delivering large-scale projects in the middle-east in the 1970s, we quickly expanded our presence across Asia and subsequently across the globe, our projects spanning 8 different verticals.