Recruiting Success Stories:
Project Finance Analyst – Solar Technology
This leading global electronics company reached out to Redfish Technology to find a Solar Project Finance Analyst. The Solar Division is a growth area of the company, and the Director of Strategy relies on this position to provide strategic financial analytical support. The ideal project manager candidate would have experience in utility-scale solar and performance of due diligence, while demonstrating excellent communication skills and customer satisfaction orientation. The solar team produces world-class products and technology and is a global leader in solar cell production. It was imperative to find a match for the company’s technical needs and its strong culture of dedication to improving people’s quality of life and a commitment to innovation, quality, value, and design through advanced technology.
Redfish recruited Shelly Shen for her solar and energy industry tenure and for her well-honed skills working with customers and bankers on financing solar energy projects. Shelly is obtaining her CFA, and is very familiar with state and federal incentive programs, possesses proven quantitative analytical and research skills, and expertise in financial modeling and pricing. Shelly has an impressive track record in her positions within a Global Fortune 500’s Green Energy Project Finance Department and previously at a leading global energy company as a Financial Analyst and Commercial Associate. She has an M.B.A. from Texas A&M and a B.S. in Finance from the well-reputed Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.
“Working with Ryan Thomson at Redfish Technology has been a great pleasure. He is very active, diligent, and easy to work with. He communicated with me constantly to work together toward the position and update the information as it changed. In addition, Ryan went out of his way in helping and advocating for both my needs and company’s needs. He also follows up with candidates regarding the position afterwards. I enjoyed working with Ryan and consider him a close colleague from my experience.” – Shelly Shen