Commercial Analyst

26 Mar 2024
Job Type
Emp Type
Full Time
Functional Expertise

Job Description

WeConnect Energy are currently looking for a Commercial Analyst for one of our London based energy sector clients. This is a permanent role with a a hybrid working pattern requiring two days per week in the office. 

The successful candidate will be an integral part of the Business Development team working across our clients operations, supporting project teams undertaking Investment analysis. The Commercial Analyst will develop a deep understanding of the Business working across functional boundaries to clearly articulate the valuation request, economic drivers, and sensitives in support of Business Planning/BA opportunity evaluation

Key responsibilities

  • Conduct Economic and Business Valuations for all Capital Investments according to best practice standards ensuring consistence and adhering to our clients internal procedures and guidelines
  • Managing detailed financial models for valuation and long-term forecasting for our clients interests
  • Distilling complex technical and fiscal data into clear and succinct information useful for decision making
  • Presenting results of economic valuations to relevant teams and team leads with recommendations and investment proposals based on clear and detailed list of assumptions
  • Working closely with the Head of Planning and Economics and Corporate Planning Manager to Coordinate between Business teams and Planning function to develop long term Business plans and to collate required information for our clients capital allocation and life cycle value chain processes
  • Support Finance team during the Year-end and Half year financial audits
  • Support delivery of Group Strategic and Business Development initiatives as appropriate, helping to evaluate and screen opportunities

If you have the relevant commercial experience within the energy sector and are interested in the role please click on the apply button below or contact Andrew Pretswell for more information 



Andrew Pretswell