• Analyst, Beijing

    Job Locations China-Beijing
  • Introduction


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    The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is a leading provider of business intelligence and consulting services. Our growing practice serves organisations in strategy, analytics and public affairs. 


    We are recruiting for an Analyst to work within an internationally-focused and diverse team. The successful candidate will work in consulting teams to deliver projects, analyse problems and generate solutions to critical organisational challenges.


    Both entry-level candidates and experienced junior consultants (with up to 2 or 3 years of experience) are encouraged to apply and the package will be commensurate with qualifications.


    How you will contribute:

    • Work within consulting teams to deliver projects to strict deadlines
    • Support work on project workstreams with a strong quantitative component, including statistical modelling and strategy formulation
    • Support business development teams to provide proposal support, including data research and methodology development
    • Manage project input from other parts of the Economist Intelligence Unit
    • Maintain effective relationships with other parts of the Economist Intelligence Unit

    Experience, skills and professional attributes

    The ideal skills for this role are:



    If it is obvious to you what the above expression refers to and you meet the below criteria you are encouraged to apply.

    • Bachelor's degree (Master's preferred) with a strong quantitative focus such as Economics, Finance, or Statistics 
    • Fluency in English and Mandarin
    • Demonstrated ability to apply quantitative techniques to organisational problems
    • Exceptional Excel skills and familiarity with statistical packages (Stata, R etc.)
    • Excellent Powerpoint skills in slide design and creating data-driven narratives for general audiences
    • Familiarity with programming languages used in data management and analysis such as R and Python a plus
    • Strong awareness of global public affairs issues


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