Evolving markets, environmental targets, new technologies, infrastructure expansion, security of supply: the energy sector is facing a period of unprecedented change, and with it a host of new opportunities and risks.
We advise the organisations at the heart of this transformation, providing economic, commercial and strategic consulting to energy companies, financial institutions, governments and regulators. Examples of our work include company valuations for mergers and acquisitions, optimising portfolios from fuel contracting to generation dispatch, developing hedging strategies for vertically integrated energy companies, and advising government on the costs and benefits of different future energy policy options.
Redpoint is a climbing term that reflects our ethos: the clean execution of a new route following careful analysis and preparation. Our clients value our deep experience and innovative techniques in addressing the challenges they face.
We are looking for excellent individuals to join our London-based team. You will have excellent analytical skills, and be adept at data handling and modeling techniques. You will be fascinated and excited by energy markets, full of initiative, and keen to be involved in growing a small, dynamic company. You will work well as part of a team, be flexible and adaptable, and be keen to work with clients, often on-site at locations in the UK and across Europe. You will be looking forward to helping clients innovate in energy markets, and understand the rapidly changing regulatory and commercial environments. You will be using your skills in developing and applying techniques for solving problems in asset and contract valuation and optimisation, risk management, and regulation.
We are currently recruiting for Consultant positions to join our team. As a Consultant you will have a BSc (or equivalent) degree in engineering, the sciences, economics, or another analytical discipline. You will have 3-5 years experience and have demonstrated problem solving ability in an analytical role at an energy related company. You will quickly take on responsibility for delivery of client assignments and staff management. This will involve conducting analysis, working on strategy development and presenting results, often on projects based on-site with the client.
A background in risk management, financial maths or a similar discipline would be an advantage. We have a particular interest in candidates who have analytical experience in European gas markets. Fluency in a European language (particularly Polish) in addition to English will also be an advantage.
Applications should send a CV and if they so wish a covering letter to: . Applicants must also hold eligibility to work in the U.K.”