ReVision Energy is a B Corporation and is 100% Employee Owned. We are a Renewable Energy company that is mission driven, offering full-service design, engineering, and installation with an unmatched depth of experience in Northern New England. Our company has been ranked #1 in New England for rooftop solar installation and our work has been featured in industry magazines such as Solar Pro.
Since our founding in 2003, ReVision has grown from two guys in a garage to more than 250 employees across five locations in ME, NH, and MA. Our success is centered around a hiring philosophy of attracting exceptional, self-motivated individuals and empowering them to be the best professionals in the Renewable Energy Industry.
ReVision Energy is looking for a Legal, Financing & Development Analyst to join our team in this role based out of our South Portland ME location.
The primary responsibility of the Legal, Financing & Development Analyst is to support the major functions of the Legal, Financing and Development (LFD) Division. ReVision Energy’s LFD Division is responsible for large commercial and utility scale project development, developing financing vehicles for our clients to support ReVision’s overall sales organization, providing project-based and other companywide sales and legal support, and assisting our Asset Management and O&M Division. This position will work directly with senior leadership, LFD Division and Sales Leadership Team (SLT).
Develops and maintains financial modeling tools to support the Commercial and Institutional (C&I) sales team.
Trains C&I sales team on new and existing financing products, energy policies, and markets.
Provides customer-facing deal-closing support to C&I sales team, specifically as it relates to explaining project cash flow and project financing options.
Populates form contracts with technical design specifications and negotiated commercial terms; coordinates across sales, engineering and legal teams as necessary to ensure contract accuracy and quality;
Coordinates, distributes and reviews signatures for transactional closing documents; manages project files to ensure accuracy and completeness; creates and maintains on-line project data rooms; and manages various other transactional closing responsibilities – all in a fast-paced, constantly evolving work environment.
Architects, implements and executes Asset Management process, including system monitoring, REC Management, energy billing, O&M, annual filings, cost accounting, insurance.
Directs LFD Division’s RFP response program, including evaluation of companywide RFP opportunities, measurement of RFP opportunities against scoring criteria, selection of those to which ReVision will respond and coordination of response, calling on engineering and finance to provide required supporting materials.
Highly organized; must have ability to multi-task and set priorities
Advanced competence with computer-based programs, including Excel, Word, Outlook, Microsoft Dynamics, and reporting tools.
Strong understanding of energy project financing, policies, and electricity markets.
Strong problem-solving skills.
Teamwork skills: Ability to accomplish tasks by collaborating with co-workers
Ability to succeed in a fast-paced, community-based environment
Efficient: able to produce significant output with minimal waste
High Standards: expects personal performance to be nothing short of the best
Flexible: adjusts quickly to changing priorities and conditions. Copes with change
Proactive: acts without being told what to do, brings new ideas
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (desired but not required):