Analyst and Associate – Opportunities with Renewable Energy and Infrastructure Funds

  • Lieu de travail : Sydney, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud, Australie
  • Salaire : Excellent
  • Type de contrat : Plein-temps

JMES are currently representing a renewable energy fund and an infrastructure fund who are on the lookout for Analysts and Associates to join their team.

Opportunity to work on unique renewable energy and infrastructure projects across Australia

Support the origination and execution of complex infrastructure financing transactions


The Analysts will assess potential investment opportunities through detailed financial modelling and supporting the building of complex investment cases. You will also work closely with an array of clients around potential investment opportunities and commercial negotiations. 

To be considered for the Analyst role, you will have 2-4 years working in corporate finance, transaction services, project finance or engineering consultancies. You will have well developed financial modelling and valuation skills and the ability to think commercially.


The Associates will take responsibility and/or directly support activities across the origination, evaluation, negotiation and execution of complex infrastructure transactions. These hands-on roles requiring strong credit analysis and financial modelling skills as you will be required to prepare credit submissions and review complex models of potential opportunities. In addition, you will foster and grow strong networks and relationships across key infrastructure sectors. 

You will ideally have 3-6 years’ relevant experience in a financial institution or similar with a sophisticated background in credit analysis, deal structuring, project finance or corporate finance. Forming part of a small nimble and fully engaged team, you will have demonstrated hands-on experience in financial and credit analysis as well have the requisite energy and communication skills to business develop and influence key stakeholders.

You must have full working rights for Australia to be considered for this role.