This is BIG one. So big that it almost feels unreal! It would be great if someone could share more info on the application experience. Ideal for candidates from Engineering background with knowledge of Economics/Finance.
Regarding the last date to apply, this is what the FAQ section for the internships has to say – “There are no specific deadlines for internships. However, most internship opportunities are posted in December and fill up very quickly.”
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About Bloomberg: – Bloomberg (www.bloomberg.com) is the world’s most trusted source of information for businesses and professionals. Bloomberg New Energy Finance is the world’s leading provider of industry information and analysis to investors, corporations and governments in clean energy, low carbon technologies and the carbon markets. Its dedicated global network of analysts are continuously monitoring technology market changes, deal flow and financial activity allowing instantaneous transparency into the clean energy and carbon markets and understanding of the fundamental economic drivers of these industries.
The team of analysts in India focuses on analysis of investment & policy, asset evaluation and demand supply fundamentals for multiple clean energy technologies (including wind, solar, biomass, small hydro and energy efficiency).
About Internship: – The selected interns, working under the guidance of one of our clean energy analyst teams will undertake primary research and analyse the technology, economic and regulatory drivers in Indian clean energy sector.
The aim of the internship will be to help build fundamentals based financial & demand supply model for upcoming renewable energy and energy efficiency certificate trading in India. A part of the work will entail data collection (in house and from external sources), feeding data into the model and assuring consistency across regions & energy sources. You will be required to help in building the methodology and design the architecture of the model.
Who can apply: – Bloomberg is looking for individuals with a background in engineering and economics/finance. Your experience and qualifications should include:
-Studying toward a degree in a numerate or science based subject.
-Knowledge of finance, including project finance and capital budgeting.
-Exceptional quantitative skills
-Comfortable in working on quantitative models in MS excel (designed using macros or Visual Basic).
-Able to assimilate and assess new and highly technical information.
-Knowledge of regulatory issues in the energy sector (preferably clean energy).
-Ability to cut through the noise of large quantities of data, and to extract and analyse key patterns.
-Exceptional communication skills and professionalism.
-Must act as a thought-leader and self-starter, have a high work-rate, ability to work on parallel tasks and rigorous attention to detail.
Location: – New Delhi, India
How to apply: – Please refer to Bloomberg Careers Page for more info and application details.
Editor’s note: – Information above is my interpretation and paraphrasing of what I found on the shared link. If you have any more specific information on this internship or have interned in this program before and would like to share your experience, please leave a comment.