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RHODIUM GROUP: CAREERS
Research Internship: Energy (California)
The Rhodium Group (RHG) research internship program allows students or
recent graduates to gain valuable experience by working with our Energy and
Natural Resources team. Internship positions require a minimum commitment
of 10 weeks and are available in the spring, summer and fall. RHG is currently
recruiting an intern for the Spring 2014 semester to support the firm’s work
analyzing US and global energy market and policy developments.
ABOUT RHG
Rhodium Group combines policy experience, quantitative economic tools and on-the ground
research to analyze disruptive global trends. Our work supports the investment
management, strategic planning and policy needs of the financial, corporate,
government, philanthropic and think tank communities through foundational market
and policy-relevant research. RHG is based in New York City with associates in
California, Washington, Shanghai and New Delhi.
RHG’s energy and natural resources team brings together energy and environmental
policy experience, economic and commodity market modeling expertise, and region
and industry-specific insight to help clients anticipate, understand and respond to
disruptive energy and natural resource trends. Our coverage includes global oil, gas,
coal and agricultural markets, US power and natural gas, emerging Asian energy and
base metals supply/demand forecasting, and national and international energy and
environmental policy assessment.
POSITION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Research interns support RHG’s Energy and Natural Resources team by collecting,
organizing, and analyzing energy, environmental and economic data using both public
and commercial sources and preparing draft materials for Partners, Directors and Senior
Associates. The spring 2014 energy intern will support a broad range of RHG energy
market and policy research work, from the potential impact of greenhouse gas
regulations on the US electricity market to the implications of growing US oil and gas
production for global energy markets. The position will be at RHG’s Oakland, California
office located in Jack London Square
QUALIFICATIONS
We are looking for individuals with the following qualifications:
  • An educational background demonstrating an interest and foundation in energy and environment-related studies;
  • Demonstrated familiarity with quantitative and qualitative economic and energy market research tools and methods.
  • Experience analyzing US electricity or global oil market dynamics a plus.
  • Proven ability to conduct independent and self-directed research;
  • Strong organizational and work management skills;
  • Fluent use of all common MS Office software;
  • Native or near-native spoken and written English language skills, and a strong ability to draft and edit independently and effectively;
  • Ability to work legally in the United States.
RECRUITING PROCESS
Please submit a cover letter, resume and samples of past work to Michelle McKeehan at careers@rhg.com. Please indicate the position you are applying for and your availability. Research samples should demonstrate an ability to analyze complex economic, political or commercial issues and communicate findings to high level policy and business audiences.

 

RHODIUM GROUP: CAREERS
Research Internship: Climate Change (California)
The Rhodium Group (RHG) research internship program allows students or
recent graduates to gain valuable experience by working with our Energy and
Natural Resources team. Internship positions require a minimum commitment
of 10 weeks and are available in the spring, summer and fall. RHG is currently
recruiting an intern for the Spring 2014 semester to support the firm’s work
analyzing the economic impact of global climate change.
ABOUT RHG
Rhodium Group combines policy experience, quantitative economic tools and on-theground
research to analyze disruptive global trends. Our work supports the investment
management, strategic planning and policy needs of the financial, corporate,
government, philanthropic and think tank communities through foundational market
and policy-relevant research. RHG is based in New York City with associates in
California, Washington, Shanghai and New Delhi.
RHG’s energy and natural resources team brings together energy and environmental
policy experience, economic and commodity market modeling expertise, and region
and industry-specific insight to help clients anticipate, understand and respond to
disruptive energy and natural resource trends. Our coverage includes global oil, gas,
coal and agricultural markets, US power and natural gas, emerging Asian energy and
base metals supply/demand forecasting, and national and international energy and
environmental policy assessment.
POSITION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Research interns support RHG’s Energy and Natural Resources team by collecting,
organizing, and analyzing energy, environmental and economic data using both public
and commercial sources and preparing draft materials for Partners, Directors and Senior
Associates. The spring 2014 climate change intern will work primarily on the production
of a major report on the economic costs of climate change in the United States. The
intern will provide research support, develop graphics and tables, and coordinate report
production, including reference management, proof reading and fact-checking. The
position will be at RHG’s Oakland, California office located in Jack London Square.
QUALIFICATIONS
We are looking for individuals with the following qualifications:
  • An educational background demonstrating an interest and foundation in energy and environment-related studies;
  • Familiarity with the climate change impacts literature;
  • Excellent writing and editorial skills;
  • Proven ability to conduct independent and self-directed research;
  • Strong organizational and work management skills;
  • Fluent use of all common MS Office software;
  • Native or near-native spoken and written English language skills, and a strong
  • Ability to draft and edit independently and effectively;
  • Ability to work legally in the United States.
RECRUITING PROCESS
Please submit a cover letter, resume and samples of past work to Michelle McKeehan at
careers@rhg.com. Please indicate the position you are applying for and your availability.
Research samples should demonstrate an ability to analyze complex economic, political
or commercial issues and communicate findings to high level policy and business
audiences.
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