Originally posted by Disoblige
What type of roles would someone potentially get if they had their P.Eng + CFA?
As examples, post some job listings right now on current opportunities (current or expired, doesn't matter).
Just curious myself.
The ER job that caught my eye and kind of got me rolling on this a bit has this ( not publicly posted ).
Research Associates play an integral role in the Equity Research department by providing crucial assistance to our Equity Research Analysts. Individuals in this role are learning and developing the techniques and skills necessary for investment analysis and research of securities. The Research Associate works closely with the Research Analyst to develop financial forecasts and provide recommendations on particular stocks. Associates typically gain an in-depth understanding of the financial and operational issues within a particular sector, gaining valuable skills, knowledge, and relationships. This position is based in our Calgary, Alberta office.
Qualifications & Skills:
A university degree in business, engineering, geology or geophysics is required
A P.Eng, MBA, CA/CPA designation or enrolment in/completion of the Chartered Financial Analyst
(CFA) program is an asset
Work experience in a financial, engineering, analytical, corporate development or M&A capacity in the
oil & gas sector is an asset
Strong accounting, financial modeling, graphing, and analytical skills
Excellent command of Microsoft Suite, with a particular emphasis on Excel
Experience using mapping software such as geoScout would be an asset
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Capital Markets knowledge/experience would be an asset
Experience using Bloomberg and FactSet would be an asset
Good business judgment and decision-making skills
Ability to perform under pressure and meet tight deadlines, sometimes for extended periods of time
Ability to multi-task and manage several on-going projects at the same time
Energetic, self-motivated, hardworking and detail-oriented
Requirements seem to vary a bit from bank to bank and ER is a bit different than IBD from what I have seen. All the banks seem to kindof have open opportunities of some kind in ER and IBD on their websites if you look.
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