• Full Time - Graduate
  • US

Website AHG

Location: Flexible between hubs: Chicago, Washington DC, San Francisco, New York

Overview: 

The Senior Associate position will be responsible for collaborating with AHG team members to provide policy, business development, go-to-market, and fundraising support to AHG’s clients to help them seize opportunities and overcome obstacles to their successful growth. This is the perfect role for a climate, energy, and/or sustainability professional who wants to use their knowledge and network to help entrepreneurs transform markets and scale new technology solutions. The ideal candidate has a proven background working in climate and/or energy, can go deep into the policy, regulatory, and market weeds, and is also an effective networker and advocate with strong political and business instincts.

Responsibilities: 

  • Become an expert in the policy, regulation, and markets that will shape a sustainable future from building and industrial decarbonization to electrified mobility to resiliency.
  • Build relationships with AHG’s clients who include startup founders, VC partners, and corporate leaders
  • Take on account planning and workflow management to put points on the board for relevant AHG clients
  • Support AHG’s clients externally and advance their interests with key stakeholders as if you’re an extension of their full-time teams.
  • Craft thoughtful, detailed written memos and presentations to advance business outcomes for AHG’s clients, including comments and testimony before state public utility commissions and other federal, state and municipal regulatory bodies
  • Lead policy and regulatory research and analysis to support go-to-market, regulatory, and business development strategies for our clients
  • Leverage your expertise and network to help our clients develop and execute the right policy and go-to-market strategies to advance their business goals
  • Deliver business results for AHG’s clients, including closing deals and affecting regulatory outcomes

Qualifications: 

  • 5+ of experience in climate or energy policy, including work with startups, consulting, and/or government with a preference for a diversity of experiences.
  • BA required. MPP, MBA or related Masters strongly preferred
  • Excellent research, writing, communication, and analytical skills
  • Expertise in one or more climate-related segments.
  • Experience navigating state energy regulation, wholesale energy markets, carbon removal policy, or related topics.
  • An agile networker and advocate who develops trusted relationships
  • Adept at working in a fast-paced environment with frequent context switching
  • A strong desire for ownership and accountability
  • Passion for climate tech and energy
  • A critical and empathetic thinker with an understanding of the complexities of climate policy and energy justice issues

To apply for this job please visit www.theadhocgroup.com.