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Available Opportunities

Corporate Finance Analyst

An opportunity has recently arisen for a corporate finance professional with advanced financial modelling skills and a passion for the renewables sector to join our Corporate Finance team in Melbourne as a Corporate Finance Analyst.

About the role:

Reporting to the Head of Corporate Finance, the Corporate Finance Analyst will cover a wide remit of corporate finance activities at both business unit and enterprise level. This includes supporting the evaluation of potential investment opportunities, the financial management of portfolio assets, the creation of information memoranda (and supporting analysis) for capital raising activities, capital planning and associated cash flow / liquidity reporting, participation in the long term strategic planning process, analysis and reporting of trading activity, coverage of the wholesale energy markets in addition to rat of ad-hoc projects as requested by the leadership team.

About you:

This is a highly visible position requiring a mix of qualitative and quantitative skills.  The successful applicant will have experience developing complex financial models (ideally of capital intensive asset classes such as infrastructure assets or renewables) from the ground-up and will have tackled issues such as project financings (debt sizing / debt sculpting), investor returns analysis, valuation, tax structuring and the presentation of clear, meaningful outputs to decision makers. In addition to this, an ability to communicate with stakeholders at all levels, strong commercial acumen and the flexibility to work on a number of different workstreams simultaneously are essential.


It is likely you have completed an undergraduate degree in commerce (or related), ideally coupled with Law or Engineering. Post-graduate qualifications in finance and accounting (e.g. CFA / ICAA / MAppFin) will be looked upon favourably. 

Please note that this position is not suitable for graduates and we required applicants to have the relevant Australian working rights.

We are partnering with a recruitment firm for this role, so any applications received directly will be forwarded to Numbers Executive - Nicolas Boston.

Community and Stakeholder Engagement Advisor

We prides ourself in fostering strong community relationships and are committed to an open and honest dialogue with all stakeholders. We aim to build and enhance community acceptance and trust on all projects, and for the wider renewable energy industry. In this role you will have a unique opportunity to shape and drive how we engage with the community, and all stakeholders. 

About the role

This position will see you coordinating with multiple stakeholders in the business to prepare and implement plans for the community and stakeholder requirements across a portfolio of projects, in development and construction through:

  • Face to face, written and phone communication with local communities and stakeholders
  • Assisting with corporate communication activities such as political engagements, press releases and branding activities
  • Utilising your expert advise to input into strategies and actions in relation to community engagement 

About you

You will have solid experience in community relations for medium to large scale infrastructure / construction projects, specific experience in the wind or renewables sector will be looked upon favourably.  Your experience will demonstrate your ability to:

- have prepared and implemented stakeholder and community engagement strategies and are comfortable to manage multiple tasks across multiple projects and are able to prioritise accordingly;

- deal with sensitive and complex issues, and potentially difficult conversations.  This is something that you are proficient in and you are confident in dealing with and targeting messages for a variety of stakeholders from government to rural communities;

- identify and draw out key messages which will be evident in your strong writing skills;

- work with teams to prepare, produce and release public information including newsletters, construction updates, presentation of materials, media releases etc.  

This role will require some travel so a full Australian drivers licence is essential and we require applicants to have the relevant Australian working rights.

We are partnering with the recruitment firm, Phillip Riley, for this role, so any applications received directly will be forwarded to Jeremy Hale.  If you could like any further information or a confidential conversation, please reach out to Jeremy on  0432 658 288.

If you are interested in joining the team at Tilt Renewables and we don’t have any current vacancies in your area of expertise, please send an expression of interest to Sarah McCormick, People & Culture Executive, at [email protected] and we can keep you up to date with any future vacancies that may suit your experience and interest.