Business Development Analyst

at Monolith
Lincoln, NE

Monolith, located in Lincoln, NE, is excited to announce its search for a Business Development Analyst.

At Monolith we apply scientific principles, engineering practices and a lot of hard work to solve real problems that have a global impact. We use sophisticated analysis methods, advanced manufacturing techniques, and often even our hands to build first of its kind technologies. We do not compromise on safety, quality or performance. If you want to solve tough problems, build real things, and have a big impact then you should join us.

Your Role:

The Business Development Analyst will collaborate with the finance team to create and maintain financial models used by the development team, ensuring project opportunities are structured to provide highest value for Monolith and for stable & efficient execution. The Business Development Analyst will also support transition of selected opportunities into financing. Support diligence efforts, creating of pitch decks and other material as needed to get project over final investment decision.

You Will:

  • Develop and maintain economic models for various business and project development opportunities.
  • Work closely with the business development and finance teams to analyze potential deal and partnership opportunities.
  • Assist with the structuring and shaping of potential development projects and partnership deals.
  • Maintain a rigorous process for the development and documentation of the economic models for various deals.
  • Conduct screening-level financial and sensitivity analyses for business development and optimization opportunities.
  • Perform scenario analysis for a multitude of financing and operating scenarios.
  • Liaise with the technical, finance and regulatory/community teams to ensure that all aspects of the business opportunity are being captured.
  • Track and analyze of market fundamentals along the entire value chain (i.e., Hydrogen markets, Carbon Black markets and more).
  • Assist in the preparation of presentations to be used by management and the Board of Directors.
  • Assist with the preparation of project business cases.
  • Enthusiastically maintain and improve Monolith’s reputation internally, among its business partners, including a commitment to health and safety policies and initiatives.
  • Performs other duties as needed.

You Are:

  • Strong personal drive for delivering.
  • A strong initiative, with a proactive approach to problem solving.
  • Ability to work independently as well as with business team members in a fast-paced, dynamic and pressured multi-project business environment.
  • Exercises tact and proven ability to work with colleagues across several functions and geographies.
  • Strong ability to manage multiple, competing tasks without compromising high quality results.
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • High attention to detail and ability to handle sensitive and confidential information.
  • Ability to develop strong working relationships with all levels of individuals.
  • Committed to our values
    • Safety matters most
    • Think like a team
    • Solve the impossible, embrace reality
    • People make the difference
    • Decisions drive results
    • Generosity of spirit
    • Enjoy the ride

You Have:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Economics, Commerce or Engineering or a related field, and
  • Minimum of 5 years of work experience, or
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience to successfully perform the job duties and responsibilities.
  • Post-graduate or professional designations in finance or accounting are a definite asset (e.g., MBA or CFA).
  • Experience in investment banking or working with investment banking institutions.
  • Familiarity with the Carbon Black, Hydrogen or Ammonia Markets.

Work Environment

The majority of the tasks involved with this position are performed in an open office environment.

Travel Expectations

Up to 25% local and national travel required.


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