Global Water Analyst
Summary: The Global Water Analyst will play a key role in Bluefield’s global water research- infrastructure investment, public-private participation, and water resource management strategies. The analyst will be responsible for driving research and analysis of key geographies, forecasting, markets, and tracking shifts in company strategies related to transformational water management practices.
Become a global thought leader in water:
- Lead a steady level of deliverable output to clients, including written reports, presentations, forecast models, and client workshops.
- Initiate, write and produce regular executive briefings, PowerPoint presentations and market forecasts, while becoming an expert in this growing field.
- Build and maintain project databases, company profiles, financing deals, and technology deployment, including development of online dashboards.
- Understand the key building blocks of water management – including underlying industry trends, regulatory risk, and business strategies within select industries.
- Analyze the water supply chain and trends impacting market development- M&A, partnerships, project announcements, technology adoption.
- Collaborate with and support the research demands of Bluefield’s other research groups.
- Demonstrate to clients and team members a knowledge and expertise in the analysis of the water sector, water technology, and overall market opportunities.
- Interact with clients on a continuous basis to provide market research, competitive analysis, and strategy support.
- Support Sales and Marketing teams in client and prospect meetings.
- Build a leading industry profile through speaking opportunities and other participation in industry forums
Show off your education, skills, and experience:
- Undergraduate degree, required.
- 1-5 years relevant experience, within the water, energy, infrastructure, or market research fields, preferred.
- Proficiency with MS applications required (Excel, Word and PowerPoint); experience with databases helpful.
- A keen attention to detail and highly effective organization skills including the ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.
- Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills in a deadline-oriented environment.
- Ability to conduct desk-based primary research, including interviews with key stakeholders.
- Must be flexible to travel when the world safely opens up.
- English required, other languages (e.g. Spanish, Portuguese) a plus.
- Legal to reside and work in U.S. or Europe
- The position will ideally be located in Boston or Barcelona, but in today’s remote world, we are open to discussion.
- Health insurance reimbursement
- 401k Retirement Plan
- Vacation (three weeks)
- Paid time off (e.g. sick days)
- Public Holidays
- Ongoing education through lunch and learns led by research team
- Upward mobility in a start-up culture that allows for potential a role in management with demonstrated success
- Our offices are centrally located in downtown Boston and Barcelona with access to trains, subway, bus…etc.
Only qualified candidates will receive consideration and follow-up.