Associate, Project Finance

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Sunwealth is a clean energy investment firm on a mission to change who benefits from renewable energy by changing the way we invest in it. We envision a future where renewable energy is accessible, affordable and inclusive. We invest in that future by financing and managing renewable energy projects that benefit diverse communities through clean power, carbon reduction, cost savings and job creation.

Sunwealth offices are located in Cambridge’s Porter Square and New York City’s Financial District. We work on a hybrid schedule, ideally three (3) days per week in one of these offices.


The Project Finance Associate will play a key role supporting the Project Finance and Special Projects team with financial modeling, deal structuring, underwriting, and project development and acquisitions. You will report to the Director of Project Finance with unique exposure to the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Executive Officer.


If you thrive in a collaborative, entrepreneurial and results-driven environment and are looking to join a team motivated to create economic and environmental impact across all communities, we want to hear from you.




  • Support origination, underwriting, due diligence, and execution of project development and acquisition opportunities
  • Consistently optimize standard project financing models and build new project financing models from scratch when needed
  • Assist Project Development team with optimization and troubleshooting of individual project models
  • Support portfolio structuring and returns analyses
  • Manage Sunwealth’s project pipeline financial forecasting tool
  • Regularly perform ad hoc analyses and lead special projects for the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Executive Officer
  • Perform cost of capital financial analyses, research, and write-ups to inform new market opportunities
  • Work closely with the Accounting team on company-wide financial reviews and analyses
  • Effectively communicate with the Project Development, Investor Development, Accounting, and Asset Management teams regarding project contracts and modifications, development timelines, investor funding timelines, and portfolio operating performance
  • Manage external stakeholders such as third-party development partners, asset sellers, and brokers




  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher degree of education with college courses in finance, accounting, business, engineering, and/or environmental studies preferred
  • Entry-level candidates will be considered for an Associate role
  • Advanced skills in Microsoft Excel and financial modeling with proficiency in other Microsoft Office programs
  • Excellent communication (written and verbal) and organizational skills
  • Team player who recognizes learning opportunities and can wear multiple hats in a small organization with a fast-paced environment
  • Manages multiple responsibilities, works independently, takes initiative, sets priorities, and sees projects through to completion
  • Works well with others under deadline situations and responds to changes in priorities with flexibility
  • Ability to not only identify problems but also articulate and implement solutions
  • Critically evaluates processes and recommends improvements
  • Eagerness to work cross-functionally with other teams to achieve overall business objectives
  • Excited to dive into financial models
  • Takes ownership of work with a go-getter approach and an orientation to action
  • Desire to make an impact on the business by tackling challenging projects with a “work until the job is done” approach
  • Desire to make an impact in the social investing and clean energy ecosystem





  • Smart, effective and highly motivated team committed to creating generational change in renewable energy
  • Casual, collaborative and results-driven work environment
  • Beautiful, bright and centrally located office, accessible by public transit
  • Competitive compensation package, including bonus
  • Health insurance, including medical and dental
  • 401K plan with company contribution of 4%
  • Opportunities for professional development
  • Monthly reimbursement for wellness
  • A commitment to work-life balance
  • 15 paid holidays
  • Generous PTO, including quarterly volunteer opportunities
  • Employee discount and benefits program for a wide range of services, including shopping, travel, health, and technology
  • Snacks/fruit/coffee/tea
  • Team lunches/company social events



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