Senior Economist, Economic Advisory Team
Cebr is recruiting for a Senior Economist to start as soon as possible in 2021. The ideal candidate will have 2-6 years of experience in a relevant microeconomics role, econometric expertise and a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Economics.
Cebr is one of Britain’s most influential economics consultancies, providing services to Government departments and agencies, multi-nationals and trade and professional organisations.
Cebr is well known for its objective analysis, authoritative reports and annual World Economic League Table.
We are located in bustling EC1V, the heart of London’s Flat White Economy, though we offer flexible working from home arrangements.
To read more about us, see www.cebr.com.
The main role will involve providing economics solutions to clients’ problems.
Senior Economists would aim to progress to develop responsibilities along the following lines fairly quickly, depending on the projects available and their workload and aptitude:
Progression is achieved on merit and depending on business considerations. Senior economists are expected to have substantial competence in, and a track record of, quantitative economic analysis and writing reports using a variety of data, and manipulation of large datasets.
Characteristics we are seeking:
If you wish to join our friendly team of academically strong client-facing economic consultants, then you will need to convince us that you have at least:
Competitive salary plus a generous bonus system which pays on both ‘sales’ and ‘delivery’ of work. Auto-enrolment in the People’s Pension.
What to do next:
If you are interested in joining the team please get in touch. Send a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org stating clearly when you might be available if appointed, and whether you are eligible to work in UK.
External Relations Associate
The Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) is recruiting an exceptional candidate for the role of External Relations Associate. Reporting to the Head of Business Development, this role will suit a professional, enthusiastic and outgoing candidate, who is equally comfortable working both autonomously and in a team.
Cebr publishes a wide range of economic research in collaboration with FTSE 250 companies, Government and the third sector. This role is integral to generating new business opportunities and our marketing strategy.
The position will offer flexible working and the capacity to innovate and shape Cebr’s achievements and success. It presents the opportunity to build on extensive national and international networks in business and to contribute to Cebr’s reputation.
The successful candidate will be a highly resourceful person with the ability to talk engagingly about Cebr’s economic research to key stakeholders and manage competing workloads. The capacity to build meaningful external relationships and take the initiative will be crucial.
A degree in business studies, marketing or similar, with a high level interest in economics is very desirable.
Key responsibilities include:
This is a full-time, permanent role. Hours are 9am-6pm Monday to Friday although they have a flexitime approach if you would like to start and finish earlier.
Competitive base salary and bonus scheme.
Generous leave allowance.
Starting as soon as possible.
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