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Supply Chain Financial Analyst

at Climate Advisers Trust in Washington, D.C.

About the Job

Climate Advisers Trust—a respected research and public policy group dedicated to strengthening climate action in the United States and around the world—seeks a Supply Chain Financial Analyst to join our growing team. The Analyst will perform investment research and publish mainstream Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) financial analysis with a geographic focus on Asia Pacific and Latin America. This position is a full-time salaried position based in Washington, D.C with approximately 10 percent international and domestic travel required.


- Perform financial analysis to inform investment research and form investment conclusions, including establishing correlations across financial indicators. – Create and interpret financial datasets and translate into knowledge products. – Publish research notes regarding market news, company reports, industry reports, podcasts and interviews regarding capital markets. – Create and manage relationships with financial database providers. – Engage with the financial community in diverse geographies around the world (i.e. South East Asia, Latin America, North America). – Provide day-to-day oversight on work streams and deliverables for associated projects, working with and managing external contractors.


- 5-8 years’ experience in financial analysis. – Experience / education in global capital markets required and land-use and climate change knowledge strongly desired. – Bachelor's degree required. Masters, MBA, and/or CFA preferred. – Demonstrate strong numerical, analytical, and communication skills with ability to research publication ideas, publishing weekly and timely investment news under tight deadlines. – Strong evidence of an ability to interpret data and information to form an investment conclusion related to forests and other land-uses and climate change. – Demonstrated ability to write and communicate to a broad audience who are unfamiliar with financial terminology. – Strong network and knowledge of the financial services sector. – Ability to conduct independent corporate engagement. – Experience sourcing ESG data (i.e. including use of Bloomberg Terminal) and demonstrated financial modeling skills. Knowledge of other relevant systems, tools or coding languages an advantage. – Working proficiency with Spanish, Portuguese, or Bahasa preferred.

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Climate Advisers Trust

Climate Advisers Trust is a policy, research and advocacy organization working to deliver the post-carbon economy. In the United States and around the world, Climate Advisers Trust creates and implements large-scale, cost-effective strategies to strengthen climate action and improve lives. The organization conducts this work in partnership with leading philanthropies, think tanks, advocacy groups, international institutions, companies and governments. Climate Advisers Trust offers an award-winning culture and beautiful office environment that emphasizes transparency, risk taking and collaboration. The organization’s work to reduce emissions from deforestation is its largest practice area. Communicating to investors, financial analysts and asset managers the material risks associated with climate change is the organization’s fastest growing area of work. Climate Advisers Trust's traditional core competency and international reputation stems from expertise in climate diplomacy. The organization works in many other areas as well, including aviation, renewable energy, energy efficiency, carbon pricing, supply chains, advocacy campaigns and more.