Associate Partner

Associate Partner

A specialist renewables recruitment company has appointed a new member to its team.

Ross Hoare has joined Hyperion Executive Search as Associate Partner, following more than five years working in renewable energy project management and procurement for a leading installer.

Hyperion was launched last year by David Hunt with the objective of matching the sector’s most successful businesses with the best talent. Unlike many other recruiters, Hyperion’s complete focus is on the renewables sector.

Liverpool-headquartered Hyperion acts for clients and candidates across a comprehensive range of renewable energy sub-sectors including solar PV, solar thermal, heat pumps, biomass, wind turbines and fuel cells.

Specific disciplines the firm recruits for include general and senior management, sales and business development, operations and logistics, marketing, finance and asset management, design and installation at a senior level.

David had previously been the director of an award-winning renewable energy installer and, previous to this, had worked extensively in the recruitment industry sourcing and placing candidates nationally and internationally.

Commenting on Ross’s appointment, David said: “While Ross does not come from a recruitment background, he does have extensive knowledge of the renewables sector. He understands our clients’ market and their requirements.

“Ross’s appointment as an associate partner fits with the Hyperion ethos of wanting to provide our clients and candidates with an unrivalled level of expertise. It is an approach that is already proving popular with clients who are turning to us because of our passion for and understanding of their sector.”

David was also recently elected Chair of the On-site Renewables Group for the Renewable Energy Association (REA).

The Hyperion Executive Search team works with clients on a number of levels including fully retained search, financially committed search and contingent search depending on the nature and complexity of the assignment.