The Water Finance Exchange (WFX) is a partnership between federal and state stakeholders, communities, philanthropy, and the financial sector to address the funding shortage of water infrastructure projects for thousands of American communities. A 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, WFX is comprised of a team of water and finance professionals devoted to supporting communities across the U.S. reach sustainable water infrastructure solutions, encompassing economic, public health, and environmental needs.
Our model is to provide neutral, third-party expertise to develop water solutions for small and underserved communities from the ground up, rather than top-down. We work at a local level together with communities to provide support to reach sustainable water solutions while providing accessible financing opportunities to remove roadblocks that prevent projects from launching.
WFX believes it can support the efforts of small, rural, and disadvantaged communities to access funding by assembling the best expertise, building trusted relationships with communities, completing projects, and disseminating information about recurring issues and solutions that allow for scaling-up funding of similarly situated communities and regional initiatives. WFX aims to serve as a national platform to accelerate the adoption of best practices, increase the ability of smaller communities to access financing, and close the water infrastructure equity gap across the country.
Launched in 2020, WFX has created a pipeline of community water infrastructure project opportunities and is expanding its efforts to match the new federal and state investments in water infrastructure.
As part of its growth, WFX is seeking to add a full-time Project Analyst, Texas Infrastructure Fund to its core team.
WFX is seeking a Project Analyst, Texas Infrastructure Fund to assist in supporting communities in Texas that are working to implement sustainable infrastructure solutions. WFX continues to increase its footprint in Texas and this staffing position would work directly with WFX’s Director of Texas Infrastructure Fund, as well as the Senior Advisor team.
The new hire will work closely with the WFX leadership to build its project pipeline, analyze, and conduct due diligence on prospective deals within target communities.
This position is responsible for communicating with community and leaders, conducting outreach with partner organizations, and providing technical assistance support services to communities in partnership with WFX’s internal support team. This can include routine and complex financial and economic information and issues pertaining to water utilities, such as rate and affordability analysis for smaller utilities. In addition, the position will focus on project development, financial feasibility analysis, risk management assistance, restructuring, portfolio management, and programmatic assistance.
The work performed by this position involves analyzing financial information that requires critical thinking and independent judgment. Projects will involve working both independently and collaboratively as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
The ideal candidate will have recently completed a BA or BS degree and should be self-determined, motivated, and enthusiastic about learning and advancing his/her career. We are a small team; therefore, the Texas, Project Analyst should be capable of taking on a high degree of responsibility. WFX’s has a satellite office in San Antonio, Texas, but the majority of the team works remotely.
Key responsibilities include the following:
This is a full-time position based at our office in San Antonio, TX or remote. Salary commensurate with experience. WFX offers a competitive benefits package that includes vacation and sick leave, and reimbursement for a comprehensive health plan.
Applicants should submit the following to firstname.lastname@example.org