Access Holdings Management Company LLC is a Baltimore-based middle-market investment firm with over $2.8 billion in assets under management. Founded in 2013, Access provides direct investment opportunities to create concentrated portfolios of essential service-based businesses in North America. We undertake active build-and-buy strategies, pursuing what we want to own, great markets and distinct business models. In doing so, Access partners, scales, and innovates to build enduring businesses. For more information, please visit

Position Description

Access Holdings is seeking an exceptional candidate to join our Office of the Executive team as an Associate / Senior Associate.  Building on your analytical and communication skills, you will be responsible for producing exceptionally high-quality presentation materials for distribution to the executives of the firm. In supporting strategic initiatives, you will produce high quality data, analysis and insights to support decision making. This may include day-to-day activities, such as participating in key meetings and ensuring action items are tracked and completed. It will also include performing ad hoc analysis and creating presentations and proposals for various projects with competing timelines. You will have the opportunity to pursue work across the business while coordinating with leadership to ensure key projects are delivered on-time and within budget. You will further assist in managing internal communications from the executive office, ensuring that communication flows are well structured and delivered in a sophisticated and engaging manner.


The position is based in Baltimore, Maryland.



  • Work closely with the Access executive team, using clear logic and research based knowledge, to identify, evaluate, and design strategic initiatives and programs
  • Conduct in-depth market and trend research, synthesizing findings into clear and insightful documents that support and inform executive decisions
  • Facilitate and convene cross-functional teams, using all modes of communication, to gather insights and enhance organizational perspectives
  • Develop, execute, and track performance against pragmatic solutions and action plans
  • Support key strategic initiatives, including but not limited to Access’ ESG and Impact program
    • Conduct research and communicate findings on ESG trends and frameworks, in addition to ad hoc deep-dive research topics
    • Strengthen ESG data, analytics, and capabilities that support investment decisions, monitoring and reporting, value creation, and best practices
    • Monitor the ESG performance of existing portfolio companies
  • Manage and execute multiple projects and priorities simultaneously
  • Assist fundraising efforts by building investor relationships, responding to investor questions and other ad-hoc requests


Skills & Characteristics

Successful candidates will have the following attributes:

  • Strong organizational skills to manage various requirements in one synchronized process
  • “Hands-on” problem solver and leader in response to challenges and with new opportunities
  • Excellent communication and analytical skills with ability to synthesize complicated analyses concisely and to articulate insightful conclusions compellingly
  • Low ego, consultative style with an ability to influence through use of data and analysis
  • Ability to facilitate and convene various stakeholders
  • Passion for learning and developing creative solutions
  • Demonstrated ability and interest in working in a small, entrepreneurial team



Successful candidates will have the following attributes:

  • 2-4 years of relevant experience such as consulting, corporate strategy, investment banking, or an ESG position
  • Strong academic credentials and demonstrated track record of successful work experience

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