You are, or are soon to be, qualified in an environmental science or related subject, ideally at a post-graduate level, and are interested in, or have already demonstrated, the application of environmental science within green infrastructure development and investment banking.
Your academic training will have provided you with a technical understanding of environmental issues, to enable assessment of projects’ environmental characteristics and risks. You will also have the ability to review and summarise large quantities of environmental information, and summarise the environmental benefits (green impact) of investments for review. Quantification of the green impact of investments is a key feature of the role, so strong numeracy skills and ability to handle data are essential.
In addition to presenting information to GIG’s management and investment staff, the role will also involve engagement with GIG’s external stakeholders, and so requires good oral and written communication skills.
GIG has developed a unique approach to assessing, monitoring and reporting the green impact of investments. More information on this approach can be found on our website: http://greeninvestmentgroup.com/green-impact/
Green Investment Group (GIG), a member of Macquarie Capital, is a specialist in green infrastructure principal investment, project delivery and portfolio management, and related services. Its track record, expertise and capability make it a global leader in green investment, dedicated to supporting the growth of the global green economy.
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