Entry Level Financial Analyst Company: John S. Herold, Inc. Location: Houston, TX 77024 Status: Full Time, Employee Job Category: Finance/Economics Relevant Work Experience: Less than 1 Year Industry: Banking/Finance Career Level: Entry Level Education Level: Bachelor's Degree Job Description John S. Herold is a specialized financial services research firm seeking an energetic individual to serve as an integral member of its growing Houston team. As an entry level analyst, this individual will play a key role in assisting project managers in the delivery of equity, fixed income and consulting products to the energy market. Duties will include gathering, compiling and analyzing quantitative and qualitative information from company and industry sources to produce accurate and reliable reports from our client base. The ideal candidate will be a recent graduate and have a degree in finance, accounting or economics with a strong interest in oil and gas. This individual will be exposed to many aspects of the energy industry including the mergers & acquisitions market, oil and gas operational performance, cash flow forecasting, and much more. The position is an excellent opportunity to develop a financial career in the oil and gas industry. Requirements: Strong interpersonal and communications skills Familiarity with financial statement analysis Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or Economics Energy, enthusiasm and strong work ethic Excellent writing skills John S. Herold maintains office in Norwalk, Connecticut (headquarters), Houston and Dallas, Texas. Founded in 1948, John S. Herold, Inc. is a research and consulting firm, providing its clients with key financial, operational and capital market data together with independent analysis of the valuation and performance of the world's energy companies. As a uniquely positioned information services firm, Herold services a global client base comprised of top institutional and investment money managers, the world's leading commercial and investment banks, and virtually every major and independent oil company.