Investment Analyst
San Francisco, CA
Junior · Full time
Posted 2 years ago

Energy Impact Partners (EIP) is a global investment platform leading the transition to a sustainable energy futurue. EIP brings together bold entrepreneurs and some of the world’s most forward-looking energy and industrial companies to advance clean energy innovation. EIP has over $2 billion in assets under management and invests globally across venture, growth and credit.

We are seeking an investment analyst to join our early-stage investment team focused on cybersecruity and enterprise software. The position is great entry point for a career in venture capital and an opportunity to work closely with leading investors and entrepreneurs. The analyst will work on a lean investment team and assist in all phases of the investment process. The position will be based in San Francisco, California.

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Source and screen prospective investments
  • Review business plans
  • Assist in all aspects of due diligence process on potential investments
  • Research market trends and dynamics
  • Develop investment committee memorandums
  • Develop financial models
  • Ongoing portfolio support and administration


The Ideal Candidate Will Have:

  • 1-2 years of work experience in a relevant field (e.g. investment banking, equity research or venture capital)
  • Strong financial and analytical skills
  • Knowledge and familiarity with cybersecurity and digital infrastructure is a plus
  • Advanced Proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint is required
  • Self-starter, intellectually curious, and detail oriented
  • Positive attitude, team player, open-minded and not ego-driven
  • Strong interpersonal skills
Energy Impact Partners
Energy Impact Partners is an investment firm focused on companies optimizing energy consumption and improving sustainable energy generation.
Size:  11-50 employees
Year Founded:  2015
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