Careers With Energy Impact Partners

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EIP is always looking for amazing talent, whether to add to our team or one of our portfolio companies. Send an email with a little information about yourself to Careers (at) energyimpactpartners (dot) com along with your resume. Please include one of the following business areas in the subject line:

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  • Executive-Level

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Analyst, Strategic Accounts
New York City
New York City

Energy Impact Partners (EIP) is a global investment platform leading the transition to a sustainable energy future. 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.

Energy Impact Partners LP is seeking an Analyst to work on the Investor Relations team reporting to the Senior Vice President responsible for strategic accounts at EIP. EIP has cultivated a unique ecosystem of strategic investors, and this role is focused on ensuring an incredible experience for those partners through high-quality events, collateral, and communications.

This role is based in New York, New York and is remote until at least January 2022.

 

Key areas of responsibility:

  • Task and project management for our investor engagement events, calls, and briefings including the events calendar, communications queue, and contact lists
  • Build and maintain our LP email lists, automation and analytics
  • Manage our LP Portal including internal business processes and external liaison with developers for improvements
  • Create and maintain content for strategic partners including our orientation materials and LP presentations
  • Manage internal datasets and CRM including some data entry – ultimately with the aim of being able to perform analysis, offer insights and developing powerful visual presentations of our data
  • Develop a deep well of knowledge about our strategic partners based on internal and proprietary sources, and make our internal teams more informed by developing summaries of LP news, earnings calls, and industry reviews for internal distribution
  • Coordinate with internal teams to perform due diligence on ad hoc LP requests
  • Continually identify and implement process improvements to deliver value to our investors and internal teams

 

The ideal candidate will have:

  • 0-2 years of experience
  • Familiarity with energy and/or utilities a plus
  • Bachelor’s Degree at a top academic institution required. Operations research, data analyst, or business analyst background preferred.
  • Ability to effectively bridge the need to manage external relationships with highly analytic internal software development and operational requirements
  • Strong Microsoft Office, Excel, and PowerPoint skills required
  • Exceptional written, verbal, and presentation communication skills
  • Superior attention to detail and hyper-organized
  • Team player, passion for learning, intellectual curiosity and humility
  • The ability to work independently, effectively multi-task, manage deadlines, and learn quickly
  • Familiarity with Sanity.io, Affinity, and Box is a plus

 

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Associate Vice President of Partnerships & Programs, Elevate
Atlanta
Atlanta

Energy Impact Partners (EIP) is a global investment platform leading the transition to a sustainable energy future. 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.

EIP is seeking an Associate Vice President of Partnerships & Programs for its Elevate Future Fund (“Elevate”). The Elevate Future Fund (“Elevate”) is the firm’s answer to the need to increase Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (“DE&I”) in the venture industry and for complete ESG proliferation in the market. The Elevate Associate Vice President will report to the Elevate Managing Partner and work closely with EIP’s Strategy team.

The Elevate Associate Vice President will perform the responsibilities of a program manager for Elevate and its Partnerships & Programs. This person will develop relationships and provide support and services to early-stage portfolio companies to foster their development and encourage growth. The Elevate Associate Vice President will also streamline the internal operations of the Elevate team, creating process efficiencies and bringing strategic leadership and tactical planning in key areas as needed. This opportunity affords high visibility and responsibility as the Elevate Associate Vice President will directly support the extension, service, and economic development mission for Elevate. This person will work side-by-side with early-stage companies through Elevate, interface with our utilities/corporate partners, engage with diverse communities, and other venture investors.

 

Key Areas of Responsibility:

The Elevate Associate Vice President of Partnerships & Programs will be responsible for two key areas: portfolio development and internal Elevate platform operations and logistics.

 

Portfolio Development

  • Develop thought leadership and programming that will accelerate the development of Elevate portfolio companies
  • Develop a platform with a year-round roster of programming activities that includes identifying high-signal speakers, workshops, one-on-one training and development sessions, written/ video content to help startup portfolio founders build competencies in the areas of executive development, go-to-market strategy, sales, fundraising, and related areas of technical/ business acumen
  • Facilitate introductions for portfolio founders that will augment their success
  • Coach portfolio founders on an ad-hoc basis
  • Foster and manage relationships with utilities/ corporate partner executives, mentors, and the larger Elevate network

Internal Operations

  • Co-create and track internal KPIs and facilitate annual planning for the Elevate team and Elevate corporate partners to measure impact
  • Mastermind logistics and execution of the intense programming calendar for Elevate, which includes programming activities, Council Call meetings, external speakers, panels, corporate dinners, and conceive and organize networking events like bi-annual portfolio company + utilities/corporate partner receptions and annual conferences
  • Build internal workflow management systems for long-term operational efficiency
  • Source content and help the internal team manage the upkeep of Elevate-specific website material
  • Liaise with internal communications team and corporate partner PR teams to assist in the execution of Elevate’s press and communications plan
  • Administer day-to-day operations for Elevate and provide general administrative support as needed

 

The Ideal Candidate Will Have:

Elevate is seeking an outstanding individual with exceptional operational, strategic, and interpersonal skills who will join the effort to take Elevate to the next level.

  • 5-7 years of work experience in portfolio development, operations/logistics, project or program management role in tech, DE&I focused programs
  • Bachelor’s Degree at a top academic institution required. Advanced degree with a focus on entrepreneurship, business, etc., or work experience conveying the same acumen, is welcomed
  • Familiarity with of start-up culture, venture capital environment, or other entrepreneurial programs
  • Proven attention to detail and hyper-organization through prior work or life experience
  • Exceptional communication skills and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal
  • Comfortable handling multiple priorities with a variety of responsibilities
  • Self-starter who can deliver big outcomes with a minimal amount of direction
  • People-oriented, supportive, creative, and direct
  • Positive attitude, team player, open-minded and not ego-driven
  • Tech-savvy with ability to learn new software’s and create a smooth-running operational experience
  • Strong interest in venture capital, DE&I initiatives, energy transition, technology, startups, entrepreneurship
  • High EQ and IQ
  • Additional preferred skills: Proficiency in data analysis. Familiarity with graphic/ visual design concepts and tools in the Adobe Creative Suite, website management and HTML/ CSS are a plus!
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Associate, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) & Impact
New York City
New York City

Energy Impact Partners (EIP) is a global investment platform leading the transition to a sustainable energy future. 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.

Energy Impact Partners LP is seeking an Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) & Impact Associate to work on the ESG team, based in New York, New York. This role is remote at least until January 2022.

 

Key areas of responsibility:

  • Support EIP’s ESG initiatives, including:
    • ESG due diligence for new investment opportunities
    • Coordinate directly with portfolio companies to collect ESG data
    • Co-author EIP’s annual ESG & Impact Performance Report
    • Track industry developments in ESG trends
    • Support EIP’s LP ESG Advisory Board
  • Respond to investors’ due diligence requests related to ESG
  • Develop investor-facing materials including reporting of ESG and impact-related data to assess industry best practices across the organization
  • Collaborate with colleagues across the firm on projects to support the successful implementation of the firm’s overall investing strategy
  • Ad hoc projects related to ESG processes and reporting

 

The ideal candidate will have:

  • 1-2 years of relevant experience in ESG and Master’s degree at a top academic institution in sustainability or a related field required
  • Education and experience include quantitative measurement of carbon emissions and other environmental impact measures
  • Familiarity with ESG data sources and ESG evaluation processes
  • Proven data management skills
  • Strong Microsoft Office, Excel, and PPT skills
  • Intellectual curiosity and humility
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Team player and a passion for learning
  • The ability to work independently, effectively multi-task, manage deadlines, learn quickly, and possess superior attention to detail
  • Good oral, writing, and visual communication skills
  • High IQ, EQ and ethical standards
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Analyst, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)
New York City
New York City

Energy Impact Partners (EIP) is a global investment platform leading the transition to a sustainable energy future. 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.

Energy Impact Partners LP is seeking an Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Analyst to work on the ESG team, based in New York, New York. This role is remote at least until January 2022.

 

Key areas of responsibility:

  • Support EIP’s ESG initiatives, including:
    • ESG due diligence for new investment opportunities
    • Coordinate directly with portfolio companies to collect ESG data
    • Co-author EIP’s annual ESG & Impact Performance Report
    • Track industry developments in ESG trends
    • Support EIP’s LP ESG Advisory Board
  • Respond to investors’ due diligence requests related to ESG
  • Develop investor-facing materials including reporting of ESG and impact-related data to assess industry best practices across the organization
  • Collaborate with colleagues across the firm on projects to support the successful implementation of the firm’s overall investing strategy
  • Ad hoc projects related to ESG processes and reporting

 

The ideal candidate will have:

  • 1-3 years of relevant experience in ESG
  • Bachelor’s Degree at a top academic institution required. Advanced degree with a focus on environmental sustainability or another relevant field welcome
  • Familiarity with ESG data sources and ESG evaluation processes
  • Familiar with energy data and impact measurement
  • Strong Microsoft Office, Excel, and PPT skills
  • Intellectual curiosity and humility
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Team player and a passion for learning
  • The ability to work independently, effectively multi-task, manage deadlines, learn quickly, and possess superior attention to detail
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Manager, Finance/Accounting
New York City or Washington D.C.
New York City or Washington D.C.

Energy Impact Partners (EIP) is a global investment platform leading the transition to a sustainable energy future. 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 and infrastructure with has a team of more than 50 professionals.

Energy Impact Partners LP is seeking a Manager to join the growing Finance team led by the CFO and Assistant Controller.  The Finance team works closely with the EIP investment, operations and investor relations teams and directly communicates with EIP’s Founder/CEO and COO. This position can be based in either Washington, DC or New York, NY.

 

Key areas of responsibility:

  • Coordinate with investment teams for seamless deal execution, portfolio monitoring and funding/disbursements while recording and accounting for related transactions
  • Work closely with investment teams on preparation and review of quarterly portfolio company valuations including analysis of complex capital structures and implementation of valuation methodologies in accordance with ASC-820
  • Responsible for managing preparation and reviewing annual and quarterly fund financial statements and quarterly/monthly workbooks
  • Manage direct reports and junior staff with a focus on mentorship and training
  • Actively manage fund liquidity and line of credit including forecasting, compliance with partnership agreement and determination of timing of investor capital calls
  • Review bank reconciliations and general ledgers for management entities and assisting with budgeting, strategic analysis and profitability of business units
  • Analyze and calculate investment/fund performance and projections including returns and carried interest waterfall
  • Track, maintain and improve controls, documentation and record-keeping
  • Assist in the coordination with fund service providers for auditor, tax, custodians, valuation and portfolio monitoring
  • Ad hoc analysis for CFO/senior management and other responsibilities as needed

 

The ideal candidate will have:

  • 5-7 years of total experience in an accounting or finance role
  • 2-3 years of experience in private equity or venture capital preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance with exceptional academic performance
  • CPA or CFA preferred
  • Cross-functional experience with driving progress by working closely across internal teams
  • Superior organization and attention to detail
  • High ethical standards
  • Experience with identifying and implementing process improvement in a growing business
  • The ability to effectively multi-task, manage deadlines, learn quickly and communicate clearly

This position offers a comprehensive benefits package and compelling compensation including base salary, annual bonus and participation in fund carried interest programs.

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Staff Accountant
New York City or Washington D.C.
New York City or Washington D.C.

Energy Impact Partners (EIP) is a global investment platform leading the transition to a sustainable energy future. 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 and infrastructure with has a team of more than 50 professionals.

EIP is seeking a Staff Accountant to join the growing Finance team led by the CFO and Assistant Controller.  The Finance team works closely with the EIP investment, operations and investor relations teams and directly communicates with EIP’s Founder/CEO and COO. This position can be based in either Washington, DC or New York, NY.

 

Key areas of responsibility:

  • Cash monitoring and liquidity management including preparing and tracking investment funding and distributions
  • Assist in preparation of annual and quarterly financial statements for venture capital funds and management company
  • Prepare capital call and distribution notices and allocations for limited partner investors
  • Invoice and accounts payable management including expense tracking and bank account reconciliation
  • Prepare cash, accrual, and amortization journal entries
  • Assist with quarterly portfolio company valuation process and preparation of quarterly portfolio monitoring data for Senior Management
  • Monitor and respond to investor questions and requests
  • Assist investor relations team with due diligence information requests from investors during fundraising
  • Ad hoc responsibilities and analysis as needed

 

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting with exceptional academic performance
  • 0-2 years of accounting experience; fund accounting (venture capital or private equity) experience preferred
  • Superior organization and attention to detail
  • CPA or progress toward designation preferred
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word
  • Quickbooks experience preferred
  • High ethical standards
  • The ability to effectively multi-task, manage deadlines, learn quickly and communicate clearly

This position offers a comprehensive benefits package and compelling compensation including base salary, annual bonus and potential participation in fund carried interest programs.

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Receptionist & Office Manager
New York City
New York City

Energy Impact Partners (EIP) is a global investment platform leading the transition to a sustainable energy future. 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 $1.5 billion in assets under management and invests globally across venture, growth, and credit.

EIP is seeking a Receptionist & Office Manager in New York, NY. The Receptionist and Office Manager will run day to day administration of the New York office, help plan office events, and manage calendar scheduling for executives on the EIP team and more. This position will is set to begin in August 2021 and will be in New York, New York.

 

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Manage day-to-day office operations and warmly welcome office visitors
  • Be the primary point of contact for third-party vendors, ensuring that communications accurately managed and noted
  • Order and restock snacks/food/beverages and organize team lunches
  • Manage low-level IT requests, maintaining our office wifi, video set up, etc.
  • Ensure office tidiness and cleanliness
  • Professionally answer the phone and transfer calls as needed
  • Maintain office supplies and place supply orders as needed
  • Actively monitor the kitchen keeping it tidy and organized, including the dishwasher and refrigerator
  • Assist with event planning, coordinating, and final execution
  • Ensure conference rooms are always meeting ready
  • Manage outgoing shipping request via various mailing services and distribute
  • Interface with the building’s property management as well as all of our office service vendors to keep the office in pristine condition at all times (electricity, cleaning, maintenance, alarm system, etc.)
  • Keep organized schedule of office meetings, appointments, and events
  • Manage calendars and act as executive assistant for EIP executives
  • Handle other ad-hoc day-to-day operational logistics

 

 

The Ideal Candidate Will Have:

  • 2+ years of experience in an administrative support position or work in a relevant field (e.g. administration, communications, assistant, receptionist)
  • Excellent organizational skill with a strong attention to detail
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, be personable, trustworthy, and dependable
  • Ability to interface and communicate with internal and external stakeholders
  • Experience planning and managing multiple projects with competing deadlines
  • Observant and intuitive to be aware of all office activities and needs
  • Ability to manage multiple responsibilities at once with extreme organizational mindset
  • Positive attitude, team player, open-minded and not ego-driven
  • Tech-savvy with ability to learn new software’s and create a smooth-running office experience
  • Self-starter and growth orientated.
  • High EQ and IQ
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Slack, and Zoom
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Vice President, Strategy
Remote or San Francisco
Remote or San Francisco
Energy Impact Partners (EIP) is a global investment platform leading the transition to a sustainable energy future. 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 $1.5 billion in assets under management and invests globally across venture, growth, and credit.

EIP is seeking a Director/Vice President to lead our research & innovation work in the areas of digital transformation & cybersecurity for the energy sector. This role will be primarily responsible for: Building relationships with operational leaders from our strategic partner organizations (e.g. CIOs, CISOs, and their direct reports); synthesizing market intelligence into unique insights & strategic frameworks; and supporting commercialization of our portfolio companies. This individual will represent the voice of the customer in EIP strategy sessions, investment committees, and other internal meetings, ensuring that we’re delivering on the promise of helping our utility partners innovate in the areas of digital transformation and cybersecurity.

We’re looking for the rare triple-threat: an excellent head-down technology market researcher; an insight machine; and a master relationship builder.  This role will also work closely with our investment team and other functions within our tight-knit company.

EIP is headquartered in New York City. This position is remote with the possibility to be in San Francisco.

 

Key Areas of Responsibility:

 Research & analysis

  • Analyze a wide range of market sectors & technologies, via both desktop research and interviews with market participants.  Core sector coverage will include: enterprise software; data management; application development & deployment; cloud migration; human resources technology; and cybersecurity.
  • Stay apprised of important market & policy developments.
  • Develop insights and frameworks for understanding emerging technology ecosystems.
  • Identify potentially investable companies and gather information about those companies’ products, track records and go-to-market strategies.
  • Apply your knowledge and insight to EIP’s investment process.

 

LP engagement & strategy

  • Prepare and facilitate collaborative, topical workshops with expert representatives from EIP’s strategic partner organizations.
  • Develop ongoing content and engagement strategies for these representatives.
  • Synthesize content into visually appealing slide decks & concise written reports.
  • Present this material to our utility partners & select external stakeholders.
  • Lead strategic workshops with individual partners to support their innovation efforts.

 

Portfolio support

  • Consult with EIP’s portfolio companies on their product roadmaps & go-to-market strategy, particularly within the energy sector.
  • Facilitate commercial relationships between our portfolio and our strategic LPs.
  • Build our portfolio’s brand and relationships in the broader energy industry ecosystem.

 

The Ideal Candidate Will Have:

  • A decent level of understanding of enterprise software & cybersecurity.  No coding skills necessary, but we are looking for some degree of non-practitioner fluency in these topics.
  • 5-10 years of work experience in one or more of the following functions, for software and/or cybersecurity: assessment & implementation; market research; business development & sales.
  • Exceptional ability to quickly digest information about unfamiliar topics, and share that information with non-specialist audiences.
  • Exceptional writing, graphical communication (PPT), and public speaking skills.
  • Strong people skills and a desire to build long lasting, trusted relationships with EIP’s diverse stakeholders.

 

In lieu of a typical cover letter, please attach a document responding to the following questions:

 

  1. Choose one of the following three technology categories: Data lakes; Artificial intelligence; Network detection & response (NDR). For whichever of the three categories you choose, tell us whether you believe that category is overhyped, underhyped, or has just the right level of hype.  2-4 paragraphs, please.
  2. Three questions, 3-6 sentences: What’s your greatest professional strength? What accomplishment are you proudest of in your career so far?  What professional skill do you most hope to gain or improve upon in the next five years?

 

Please also send one concise writing or graphical presentation sample.

 

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Office & Event Manager (Germany)
Cologne, Germany
Cologne, Germany

Office & Event Manager – Cologne, Germany

EIP is the world’s largest venture capital fund focused on the energy transition towards a decarbonized, digitized, decentralized and electrified future. We are investing in the opportunity rich convergence of the $20 trillion consumer, energy, transportation and infrastructure and transportation sectors focusing our efforts on clean energy, mobility, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and smart buildings & cities. We collaborate closely with some of most valuable and innovative strategic partners across the globe to achieve better risk adjusted returns.

We are seeking an office & event manager that will be located in Cologne, Germany. The office & event manager will help run day to day administration of the Cologne office as well as plan and execute larger scale meetings/conference days.

 

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Organize and schedule meetings and appointments
  • Organize travel
  • Book event venues, photographers, and other vendors as necessary
  • Handle day-of event logistics, including set up and tear down
  • Point person for mailing, shipping, office supplies & equipment, etc.
  • Provide general support to visitors
  • Help with other firm-wide key operational activities / events / presentations

 

The Ideal Candidate Will Have:

  • 1-3 years of work experience in a relevant field (e.g. administration, communications, hospitality, PR)
  • Excellent organizational skills and strong attention to detail
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Positive attitude, team player, open-minded and not ego-driven
  • High EQ and IQ
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office a plus
  • Fluent in English (German, French or Nordic language an advantage)

 

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