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Strategic Advisory Services
Europe Region



The role is Europe-based and can be located in various locations where we have offices including Copenhagen, Berlin, Frankfurt, Cork, Dublin, Warsaw, Madrid, Milan and Amsterdam. 


Hydrogen Consultant/Manager


Your responsibilities

As a hydrogen expert, you will support the growth of opportunities and projects in relation to hydrogen in Europe, with a focus on working with existing clients and winning new business. You will lead technical delivery and ensure service excellence; you will also support project, financial and risk management activities.

This role supports Arup’s strategic objectives to help shape a sustainable, decarbonised and circular future, with hydrogen being one of our focus streams to achieve this.

In this exciting and challenging position, you will also:


  • Work closely with senior leadership in the Europe Region to develop and execute proactive Go-to-Market programmes for Europe to drive commercial growth for hydrogen opportunities and projects.
  • Work closely with peer partners, client account directors / account managers, as well as EMEA regional client market leaders, to develop and implement client and market segment specific consulting programmes for the region.
  • Co-develop service evolution/innovation that is responsive to client needs and market changes by developing and promoting effective sales support materials and equipping partners and teams in the region to take them to market.
  • Support the growth of the broader team and provide inspirational leadership that engages and motivates all levels of staff
  • Proactively engage necessary stakeholders/resources in order to ensure delivery of exceptional client value, including that the right expertise and competency is applied based on the scope of service being delivered
  • Contribute to the achievement of Arup’s strategy, along with the company’s health and safety, commercial targets and ambitions for profitable growth



Your technical and personal competencies
The ideal candidate will be a highly experienced leader, with a wide range of business expertise in energy transition, including recent experience in hydrogen (supply, transport and/or demand projects).You will demonstrate:


  • Passion for energy transition and role that hydrogen will play in this
  • Detailed knowledge of major capital projects, including first-of-a-kind projects
  • At least ten years' experience in strategic planning, technical evaluations, risk management and delivery of growth initiatives in the Energy Sector, with at least three years in Hydrogen.
  • Proven business development acumen with leading organisations in the private and public sectors
  • Knowledge of green hydrogen projects, which might also include related experience in renewables (e.g. offshore wind)
  • Knowledge of blue hydrogen projects, which might also include Carbon Capture, Utilisation & Storage (CCUS) and industrial decarbonisation, more broadly
  • Knowledge of hydrogen projects in transportation and industry (supply and demand)
  • Extensive network of relationships in industry and among key stakeholders in the energy transition space
  • Understanding of existing and emerging in-country regulations, standards and strategies applicable to hydrogen
  • Fluency in English – with additional language skills valuable.


Ideally you will have some years of experience, and/or industry background, in consulting (experience in the energy sector especially valuable).  You will have high business development acumen, strong governance and integrity and be able to have strategic discussions with business leaders. You will have a proven track record of helping clients realise their ambitious low carbon goals through the implementation of low carbon economy transition infrastructure. An innovative and creative mindset capable of influencing and delivering change is very much desirable.


Shape your time with us


At Arup, we provide an immersive onboarding experience, allowing you to get to know your colleagues and understand the Arup culture, supported by an ongoing programme of social and cultural events. We provide a range of flexible and remote working options; your work-life balance is important to us. Arup strongly encourages continuous professional development and provides access to many training opportunities through our own Arup University and external vendors. 


We also understand that everyone’s circumstances are different and it’s not always easy to commit to standard working hours. If flexibility, including part-time/reduced hours, is important to you let us know when you apply and well discuss how this could work in your role.



What to expect at Arup

We offer you a job in a multicultural and informal international working environment with excellent colleagues. Arup is a place where diversity and inclusion is celebrated, and creativity, innovation and exciting technical challenges are always possible; we are part of a team that enjoys what they do. As a global firm, we can develop careers in the Netherlands or abroad through international assignments, and our commitment to training and development is fundamental to ensure we continue to develop our staff and look to the future requirements of our clients. We offer a competitive remuneration package commensurate with qualifications and experience to the right candidate.


Secondary conditions include:

  • Employees at Arup are eligible for the Global Profit Share scheme. Subject to scheme rules employees receive two Profit Share payments per year, which are dependent on the firm’s financial performance
  • A proper induction, on the job training and mentorship
  • At our Arup University you will be enabled to increase your skills and knowledge through professional courses and training
  • Short, long or educational assignments at Arup’s offices and projects anywhere in the world.


Our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion

Arup is committed to creating an inclusive working environment based on merit, fairness and respect. One that encourages talented people of any background to produce their best work of the highest quality. As a humane organisation, we embrace the skills, abilities and knowledge, that only a diverse and inclusive workforce can provide, to create solutions, and give advice, that improves society as a whole. We encourage all qualified candidates regardless of gender, disability, family or parental status, racial, ethnic or social origin, religion, belief, or sexual orientation. During the recruitment stages, we can take specific measures to accommodate candidates with special needs. We welcome applicants of all ages. 



If you are interested and would like to join us, please apply online and let us know your preferred Arup location.


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