Project Execution Manager

Job description


Our client is a rapidly growing, grid-scale energy storage developer, owner and operator backed by a major bank and led by experienced clean energy industry professionals. The company acquires, develops, and operates stand-alone battery storage projects in markets across North America with offices in LA and Portland.

Role and responsibilities:

You will work closely with senior deal team members to source, evaluate and structure potential investments in energy storage assets. You will enable the rapid growth of a profitable, entrepreneurial energy storage business by sourcing proprietary project pipelines and negotiating the terms for acquisition. You will be given significant responsibility across the full deal lifecycle, and be exposed to high-profile transactions within a growing, entrepreneurial business.

  • Spearheading all aspects of due diligence and analysis of energy storage investments
  • Leading detailed financial modeling to support investment decision making
  • Developing investment theses for new market and technology opportunities
  • Drafting investment memoranda and presenting to Investment Committee
  • Support deal execution and monitoring portfolio of operating assets

Skills & Qualifications: 

  • 4 years of prior work experience in the financial services or renewable energy industry, preferably in a project finance, investment banking or buy-side role
  • Strong analytical and financial modeling skills
  • Passion for renewable energy industry (existing knowledge and experience is a plus)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Flexible, creative and entrepreneurial mindset
  • Ability to manage multiple projects
  • Ability to interact and build relationships with a wide variety of people
  • Project finance modeling and structuring experience is a plus, but not required

Compensation: $110k-165k per year
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