Work in the field of solar energy

If you are looking for a job in the field of solar energy, want to connect your career with “green” energy, dream of taking part in large projects, are not afraid of challenges and strive to achieve results, we would be glad to meet you.

We offer you the opportunity to join our team. Avenston is a Ukrainian company specializing in project management and implementation of renewable energy technologies. Our focus is on projects primarily related to the use of solar energy, BESS and other renewable energies. Currently, we are actively expanding our staff and have several interesting vacancies:

  • Business Development Director;
  • Sales and Marketing Director;
  • Marketer;
  • PR manager;
  • B2B Sales Manager (solar power plants);
  • Key Account Manager;
  • Design Engineer;
  • Project Manager for the construction of solar power plants;
  • Purchasing Manager (foreign economic activity).

We offer decent pay, work in a cool team of professionals, freedom to implement your ideas and many other goodies. If you are full of enthusiasm and have a desire to develop in the field of clean energy, contact us.


HR department of Avenston:

  • +380 (66) 508-07-64 (WhatsApp, Telegram)

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