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Associate Valuations Director (Energy & Infrastructure)

  • Location

    London

  • Discipline:

    Finance & Audit

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £85,000 - £95,000

  • Consultant:

    Kate Watt

  • Email:

    kwatt@merje.com

  • Job ref:

    KW/16202

  • Published:

    26 days ago

Job Description:  My client is a leading professional services firm; they are recognised for their commitment to delivering an outstanding quality of client service, and enabling people to excel in everything they do.

Key responsibilities include:

 

The candidate will have the experience, knowledge and confidence required to deliver valuation reports focusing on infrastructure and energy assets with very little supervision.

  • Take the lead in running assignments, typically with a portfolio of assignments at any one time
  • Take responsibility for the outputs being delivered by the team
  • Build strong relationships with clients through the delivery of jobs
  • Ensure that projects are managed in accordance with the firm’s quality and risk procedures.
  • Ensure budget is set and managed, with appropriate financial management on the jobs
  • Business development activities include building a network, identifying opportunities, working on proposals
  • Team leadership responsibilities

 

Previous experience and qualifications:

 

  • Professional qualification desirable
  • Track record of delivering valuation reports in the infrastructure and energy sectors; strong report-writing skills
  • Knowledge of multiple sub-sectors and markets within the infrastructure and energy sector
  • Detailed knowledge of applying multiple valuation methodologies
  • Strong business development potential, including ability to network, build relationships and persuade through proposals
  • Confident team player with proven experience of managing a team would be an advantage
  • Proven ability to manage risk on assignments appropriately and processes are adhered to