Research Analyst Opportunity in San Fran

Research Analyst

  • Investment Research
  • San Francisco, CA, USA
  • $500,000.00/year
  • Responsibilities
    • Conduct on-going secondary research, including identifying new companies, investments and partnerships, and ensuring activity is correctly tracked and uploaded into our online research platform.
    • Conduct on-going primary research interviews with entrepreneurial companies and other stakeholders across the clean technology ecosystem
    • Develop an understanding about emerging companies, market activity and innovation trends across our 6 coverage sectors: energy & power, transportation & logistics, industrial & manufacturing, agriculture & food, materials & chemicals, and resources & environment
    • Contribute to client ready insight publications and client briefings, applying our research frameworks. Our research work includes analysis of market segment value chains, business activities, market drivers, challenges, competitive landscapes and profiling of innovative companies
    • Develop opinions and insight on a range of clean technology topics
    • Collaborate with our content marketing manager to develop content for our marketing channels, including our blog
    • Develop your industry network and identify thought leaders and topics to be covered at Client's events

    Requirements
    • BA/BSc or equivalent working experience
    • Strong demonstrated interest in innovation in clean technology
    • Ability to synthesize data and insights into clear and concise written messages
    • Ability to research effectively, and work toward deadlines
    • Desire to develop by giving and receiving feedback to other team members
    • Excellent written and PowerPoint skills
    • Some limited travel may be required
    • Fluent English required, additional languages desired to support global primary research


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