Corporate Development Analyst @ Hypertherm in Hanover, NH

Based at our Corporate Headquarters in Hanover, NH our Corporate Development & Strategy team is growing with the addition of a new Corporate Development Analyst. In this role, you will provide quantitative and qualitative analysis to support Hypertherm’s M&A, Strategic Alliance, Venture fund management and Joint Venture activities. You will lead efforts in strategic industry and target analysis, while playing a key role in building valuation and merger financial models.

Some of the impact you will have as a Corporate Development Analyst at Hypertherm:

  • Help define target industries and companies
  • Identify and evaluate potential acquisition targets and technologies
  • Be part of the team that ensures success of the deals
  • Take responsibility for critical work streams within the team
  • Assist in effective communication of deals and strategies

A Successful Candidate Will Have

  • A Bachelors degree in STEM field (required)
  • An MBA degree from a top-tier school or a CFA designation (preferred)
  • 2-5 years of experience in investment banking, private equity, or management consulting

The Position Requires a Candidate To

  • Effectively build financial models of various degrees of complexity (Operating, DCF, LBO, M&A) with high attention to detail
  • Perform business and venture capital valuations
  • Have a good understanding of manufacturing processes and industrial technology markets
  • Be able to evaluate technologies and IP portfolios
  • Apply primary research skills proactively and ethically
  • Research industries and companies in a systematic and comprehensive way
  • Make impactful presentations to associates, partners, and management
  • Exercise strategic thinking, be highly organized, and meet set deadlines
  • Network internally and externally to develop professional relationships

Some of the benefits you can expect with a career at Hypertherm:

  • Global, 100% employee-owned company for over 50 years
  • Profit Sharing
  • Employee Stock Ownership (ESOP)
  • 4 days/year Community Service Time
  • Strong commitment to Environmental Stewardship
  • Stable, growing organization with a no-layoff philosophy
  • Relocation assistance is available

If interested, please apply here.

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