Senior Research Analyst
Organization: IHS Markit Department: North American Renewables-Solar Markets Location: Other
Type: Job Compensation: Paid
The position requires a seasoned analyst with 3 to 5 years of experience in North America solar markets. The Senior Research Analyst is expected to work within the North American power and renewables team to develop solar-related research, including policy, technology, players, and fundamentals outlook. The analyst will also work on additional renewable technologies, topics, and geographies, and contribute to consulting projects.
- Collect data and maintain models to perform research tasks for fundamentals and economic analysis of solar as part of the broader power team
- Lead or contribute to regular reports including power and renewable forecasts, market updates, and ownership rankings
- Carry out topical research to help clients understand drivers, trends, competitive landscape, and opportunities
- Deliver insights through written reports, presentations, and client interactions
- Participate in consulting project development and delivery
- Collaborate with energy researchers on broader reports and studies
About IHS Markit
IHS Markit harnesses deep sources of information, analytics and expertise to forge solutions for the industries and markets that drive global economies. Our company partners with clients in business, finance and government to provide the unrivaled insights and perspectives that lead to well-informed, confident decisions. We call this The New Intelligence. IHS Markit serves more than 50,000 key customers in more than 140 countries, including 80 percent of the Fortune Global 500. We help decision makers apply higher-level thinking to daily tasks and strategic issues across a host of industries and disciplines including energy, finance, automotive, engineering, technology, maritime and trade, aerospace and defense, chemical, and economics and country risk.
Headquartered in London, IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO) is committed to sustainable, profitable growth.
Bachelor’s degree in economics, statistics or industry-related field required. Graduate degree with quantitative skills a plus.
At least 3 years of solar experience typically acquired by working in industry, government, research, or consulting.
- Strong analytical skills and demonstrated experience in using structured methods and data analysis to derive research insights and messages.
- Effective verbal and written communication skills
- Effective interpersonal skills to enable communication and collaboration with colleagues and clients.
- Ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment and to navigate in a matrix organization.
- Advanced proficiency with MS Office applications required (Excel, Word and PowerPoint).