Job: Project Manager/ Operations – Eden Geothermal project, Cornwall/ UK

Eden Project, Cornwall/ UK (source: flickr/ Matt Brown, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 20 Oct 2019

Eden Geothermal is seeking to fill the position of Project Manager for its geothermal work at the Eden Project in Cornwall, UK.

With funding secured for Eden Geothermal, we reported last week, the project is now seeking to fill the position of Project Manager. The Project Manager’s role is a full time role during the first two years of the Project to ensure that the Project is completed on time and within budget and the Project’s objectives are met from planning through to completion.

This role will be directly responsible to the Project Director and will involve working with the Drilling Manager, Operations Director, Finance Director and other senior staff.

The role will be focussed on three main phases of the project: (i) leading on procurement; (ii) supervision of site construction works; and (iii) management of drilling programme to drill a 4,500 metre deep deviated well in granite. It will also include organisation supervision and monitoring of all day to day activities with direct responsibility for controlling risks and monitoring safety, health and environment (SHE) aspects of EGL’s activities.

The company needs a truly excellent project manager to bring the project in on time and on budget. Do you have the skills, the cool head and the sound judgement to help us?  Oil and gas, or renewables experience essential. For more information please visit

Applications close at 18:00 on 5 November 2019.

The Eden Geothermal project is funded through the European Regional Development Fund, local funding and private investors.

Details and requirements can be found in this document (pdf), shared by the project.