Economist

Employer
Michael Page Finance
Location
Home Location
Salary
£36528 - £51867 per annum
Closing date
Dec 10, 2021

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Job Role
Finance Data Analyst
Sector
Public Administration & Regulation
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Level of qualification
Other
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Job Details

Senior Associate Economist to support our work on Cost Assessment. Senior Associate Economists are expected to be able to progress economic analysis to address complex policy issues

Client Details

My client is a regulatory body their role is to enable, incentivise and hold companies to account for providing the very best for customers, society and the environment now and in the future.

Description

The successful candidates will play an important role in delivering our strategy and will need to be able to respond flexibly to the needs across the organisation. As a Senior Associate Economist you will:

* have sound knowledge of microeconomics and its application to economic regulation;
* have the ability to identify economic or financial issues and develop options in the context of policy development;
* have the ability to produce high quality analysis to tight timescales;
* be expected to undertake continued self-development to help ensure the organisation stays at the forefront of economic thinking; and
* be highly numerate.
Key deliverables
The key deliverables of the role include:
* leading the delivery of analysis in a specific area of the price control;
* undertaking (or helping to commission) quantitative and qualitative economic analysis to ensure robust policy decisions;
· providing advice across a number of different areas of work;
* development of improvements to our approach, including wider improvements to our regulatory approach and incentives;
* presentation of policy proposals; and
* drafting key parts of reports and publications to a high standard.

Profile

  • Good written and oral communications skills, including the ability to concisely explain complex economic issues in intuitive nontechnical language.
  • Previous experience of a government department, regulator, regulated organisation, competition authority or consultancy
  • Sound knowledge of microeconomics and its application to economic regulation.
  • A high level of numeracy
  • A degree with significant economic content.Good written and oral communications skills, including the ability to concisely explain complex economic issues in intuitive nontechnical language.
  • Applying economics in a government department, regulator, regulated organisation, competition authority or consultancy.
  • Sound knowledge of microeconomics and its application to economic regulation.
  • A high level of numeracy
  • Experience of working in mixed teams involving accountants, engineers, lawyers and policy
  • Previous experience of cost assessment

Job Offer

£36,528 - £51,867 plus good benefits

Company

Michael Page specialises in the permanent, temporary and interim recruitment of qualified accountants. In fact, our organisation was founded to provide selection and recruitment services for accounting professionals and has been a market leader in this field for more than 35 years.

We have earned the trust of clients in industry and commerce, the banking and financial services markets and the public and not-for-profit sector. We also have an exemplary track record of completing assignments for everyone from small, boutique practices to the Big Four firms.

Many of our consultants have a background in accounting and finance – that’s real, grass roots expertise at your disposal. Combine that with the global reach you get from a company that has over 155 offices in 36 countries and you’re looking at a pretty formidable package. We are confident no other consultancy is better qualified to help you make that crucial, next step in your career.

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