• Consultant, Public Policy Consulting

    Job Locations Singapore-Singapore | China-Hong Kong
    ID
    2018-5072
    Function
    Consulting
  • Introduction

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    The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is a leading global provider of country, industry and public policy analysis. At EIU Public Policy, we help our clients navigate the toughest policy challenges. We specialise in evidence-based insights that create impact for leading companies, governments and non-profits.

     

    Currently, the Public Policy Consulting team is recruiting for a Consultant to work within an internationally-focused and diverse team. The successful candidate will manage data-driven research, analysis and content programs for our clients.

    Accountabilities

    How you will contribute

    • Design and manage economic research projects that involve applying theoretical and/or empirical economic analysis and develop policy recommendations
    • Communicate complex quantitative methodologies to non-specialist audience and business leaders
    • Lead various aspects of client projects, including economic analysis, forecasting models, benchmarking models, data collection, interpretation, analysis and presentations
    • Directly manage all aspects of project delivery such as client relations, team management, research oversight and quality assurance
    • Deliver projects to strict deadlines and within budget, ensuring achievement of agreed revenue and contribution targets for own projects
    • Present interim project status and final project deliverables to clients
    • Manage and build client relationships through excellent project management and delivery
    • Work with the Public Policy sales team and consultant colleagues in the region to prepare scoping documents and proposals for potential clients, meet with clients, help to interpret their requirements and design programs and methodologies
    • Help identify new areas of business for Public Policy Consulting, based on our skills and experience in Policy Advocacy, Policy Thought Leadership, Policy Strategy & Development and Insights & Analytics.
    • Assist in training sales and consultant colleagues in the demonstration of our capabilities to clients

    Experience, skills and professional attributes

    The ideal skills for this role are

    • Relevant degree in Business, Economics, International Relations or a related subject, Master's degree in related field is desired
    • A minimum of 5 years of prior work in consulting, public policy, economics and political analysis and experience managing complex economics projects in consulting, industry or government, managing solutions that involve econometrics, supply and demand simulation, economic impact, regulatory reviews and policy evaluation
    • A passion and ability for the practical application of economics
    • Client management experience as well as business development experience
    • Experience dealing with and presenting to senior-level executives
    • Good understanding of international business, industry and geopolitical issues
    • Excellent technical abilities, particularly in econometrics and/or financial modeling
    • Quantitative data analysis skills, to include expertise with one or more of the following analytical software packages: SPSS, STATA, Eviews; knowledge of qualitative analysis a plus
    • Good understanding of international business and management issues
    • Strong Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, and Excel skills
    • Excellent English and business language fluency
    • Outstanding project management track record
    • Good communication and presentation skills
    • Business maturity, self-starter qualities with the discernment to balance commercial considerations with high standards of editorial integrity and analytical capability
    • An ability to work on complex projects under tight time frames and confidence and diplomatic skills to handle unfamiliar topics and difficult clients

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