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Concentric Energy Advisors Energy Analyst in Marlborough, Massachusetts

Established in 2002, Concentric Energy Advisors specializes in management consulting and financial advisory services with an exclusive focus on the North American energy and utility industry. Our staff possesses expertise in all aspects of the power and natural gas markets at both the wholesale and retail levels, as well as the oil pipeline industry.

Concentric has enjoyed success and growth largely through our hiring of highly skilled individuals committed to providing superior service to our clients. Concentric continues to seek out individuals with relevant experience that can be valuable long-term contributors to our company and our clients.

We offer a highly competitive base and incentive compensation package, along with a comprehensive benefits package which includes vacation time, 401(k) retirement plan, flexible spending accounts, health/dental programs, and tuition reimbursement, along with access to training opportunities to support professional growth objectives. In addition, we immerse our employees in a hard-working, collegial and cooperative culture with the opportunity to become a shareholder in the firm.

Job Description

Energy Analyst who conducts research and analysis on various organizations within the Utilities and Energy industry.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Research stocks and bonds for public utility companies

  • Research trends and news within the utility industry, including filings, mergers and acquisitions, competitive position, and financial stability of organizations

  • Utilize Excel and other quantitative software in order to analyze data

  • Research and analyze capital markets, and perform debt and equity analyses

  • Create and utilize models within Excel

  • Report on securities research to project managers

  • Utilize Bloomberg terminal, S&P website, Lexis-Nexis and other sites to conduct appropriate research

  • Write analyses, whitepapers, and other documentation from researched materials

  • Work on various projects within the energy and utility space

    Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree required, ideally in Finance, Mathematics, Economics, or Energy

  • Must have a superior academic record – a GPA of 3.5 or above is desired

  • 1+ years working or internship experience within finance, investments, math, economics or the energy/utility industry

  • Must have a strong interest in the energy and utility industries

  • Strong quantitative skills and research skills, with the ability to synthesize the information accurately

  • Strong writing skills with very good attention to detail, grammar, and spelling

  • Knowledge of quantitative and financial theory

  • Intermediate to advanced MS Excel skills with the ability to perform advanced functions including vlookup, hlookup, countif, pivot tables, financial modeling, regressions, forecasting, and the creation of charts and graphs

  • Strong computer skills including MS Word, PowerPoint and Outlook

  • Must be collegial and enjoy working in a team environment, and have the ability to also operate independently

  • Must be highly detail oriented with strong follow-through and organizational skills

  • Must have ability to prioritize workload while maintaining accuracy, consistency and confidentiality

    Interested candidates should apply with their resume, cover letter, writing sample, and college transcript(s).

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