We are looking for a high-calibre economist to join our London-based Industry consulting team. The team has a large and diverse portfolio of consulting work; our clients operate in many different sectors including renewable energy, financial services and construction. We typically conduct in depth economic analysis of a particular industry, although the type of questions we answer will vary significantly by project. Analysis includes: assessing the economic contribution of an industry to the wider economy; demand forecasting; assessing factors that impact an industry such as labour market requirements and supply chain disruptions; etc.
We are looking for candidates with a flair for good writing, who posess strong quantitive skills, and are comfortable working with a variety of different datasets. Being a confident presenter who enjoys communicating innovative research is also necessary.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a fast-growing company which has over 250 economists in offices around the world. The role is both interesting and varied and offers room for growth, a competitive salary package, and excellent benefits.
- Undertaking robust and rigorous analysis in the delivery of consultancy projects, including applying quantitative analytical techniques to large datasets using a variety of tools, including economic impact modelling;
- Communicating with clients and potential clients effectively. This includes clearly articulating analysis in both written and verbal formats, responding promptly and positively to their enquiries, and building on existing and new client relationships
- Communicating with economists across Oxford Economics to ensure we deliver the most value to our clients;
- Balancing priorities across multiple projects;
- Working with senior colleagues to develop research proposals, innovative methodologies, and structuring projects to meet client requirements, with progression to leading on the development of new proposals;
The profile, orientation and skills that you will bring to the team include:
- Strong academic education with a degree in economics. (A postgraduate degree would be considered a plus).
- Excellent excel skills used in the manipulation and analysis of large datasets.
- Experience of economic modelling, quantitative economic analysis and the use of large datasets in a consultancy, corporate, government, or similar setting.
- Excellent analytical and quantitative skills.
- Strong written and verbal communication, including the ability to explain economic concepts and quantitative results, as well as their implications, to non-specialists.
- Knowledge of econometrics software such as eViews, and high-level programming languages like Python or R would be considered a plus.
How to Apply
To apply for the role, please submit a CV and covering letter, detailing how you meet the person specification and where you have relevant experience of elements and attributes of the role.
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