Date Added: 1 November 2017
: 29 November 2017
Job Title: Senior Research and Policy Analyst - Productivity and Trade
Working For: Centre for Progressive Policy
Salary: £45,000 - £60,000
The Centre for Progressive Policy is a new public policy think tank, which will launch formally in early 2018. The Centre believes that, within the framework of a market economy, there is a vital role for government to promote economic efficiency, individual liberty and social justice. The Centre will help to identify key policies to promote these objectives, and will seek to influence policy makers and support stakeholders to implement them.
The Centre is looking to hire a number of senior analysts with strong quantitative and qualitative skills to build up and lead a series of new research areas. In addition, the Centre is looking to hire data and economic analysts to support this ambitious new research programme.
Senior Research and Policy Analyst - Productivity and Trade (Ref: 1006)
The successful candidate will lead the research stream in analysing the productivity growth of firms and clusters across the UK economy, and the role that trade plays in productivity growth. This analysis will provide the basis for macro and micro economic policy recommendations to help boost Britain’s rate of productivity growth, inform the development of new trade arrangements and help manage the risks of Brexit.
- To lead the empirical research on productivity growth and trade relations, drawing out policy recommendations from the appropriate data-sets to improve productivity growth taking account of sectoral and regional differences
- Provide insight and recommendations on trade policy, its impact on productivity growth, and the effect such arrangements might have on rebalancing the economy
- Keep abreast of all relevant political and policy developments
- Communicate research findings to key stakeholders and contribute to the intellectual development of the Centre
Skills & experience
- Excellent knowledge of firm level datasets, productivity and trade data
- Excellent understanding of macro and micro economic analysis of the UK economy, including the regional dimension
- Knowledge of existing research and policy challenges
- Understanding of the complexity of the relationship between policy and outcomes
- Good understanding of the effects of globalisation and trade policy on firms and workers
Closing Date: 29 November 2017
First Round Interviews will take place the first week of December.
Start Date: January 2017.
Applications must include a job reference number, CV and a one page covering letter demonstrating an understanding of the role. They should be sent to Thomas Aubrey at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any further questions with regard to this vacancy, please call +44 (0)207 340 2206.
Please note that due to the high volume of applications, only short-listed candidates will be notified.