The NorthBridge Group is a leading economic and strategic consulting firm serving the electricity and natural gas industries, including both regulated utilities and other companies active in the competitive wholesale and retail markets. Founded in 1992, we have approximately 25 consultants who serve a national client base from our office located just outside Boston in Concord, Massachusetts.
We apply market insights, rigorous quantitative skills, and regulatory expertise to complex business problems, always seeking to preserve and build our clients’ shareholder value. We work for senior executives, often the CEO, and maintain long-term client relationships. Our excellent reputation within the energy industries provides opportunities to work on clients’ most important initiatives, and our blend of analytic and industry expertise enables us to provide exceptional value.
Analyst Position Responsibilities/Opportunities:
Analysts are responsible for performing a broad range of research and analyses – financial, economic, and market – under the supervision of associates and partners of the Firm. With experience, analysts take on more responsibility for structuring analyses, and assisting with client presentations and business development efforts.
NorthBridge is a meritocracy – motivation and performance are rewarded through greater responsibility and increased compensation. Successful analysts are promoted to the senior analyst position after 2-3 years, and exceptional senior analysts are considered for the associate position approximately two years thereafter. The NorthBridge analyst program provides valuable skills and experience and has historically provided the opportunity to attend the world’s top graduate schools.
Analyst candidates should be self-starting and highly motivated individuals with exceptional intellectual, mathematical, and analytical skills. A demonstrated ability to work effectively, both as part of a team and individually, in an unstructured environment is required. Candidates should have strong computer skills and proficiency with spreadsheet applications. Undergraduate coursework in quantitative fields of study is strongly preferred. The analyst position is open to U.S. citizens and permanent residents.