You will probably be either a graduate or postgraduate in economics. The successful candidates will work across all of our sector and service offerings, giving you an opportunity to learn about all of our clients and how the different teams work together. This will include both on-the-job and external training which will aim to develop both your analytical and consulting skills.
Working as an Analyst will involve: making contributions to proposals for new work and client reports and presentations; developing ideas, building models and undertaking both qualitative and quantitative analysis; and presenting findings both internally and externally to clients. You will work alongside other Analysts and members of staff. The work will be varied and you will be expected to contribute to more than one proposal/project at a time. You will be allocated a “buddy” who will be a Senior/Principal Consultant who provides general advice and guidance day-to-day.
We are looking to recruit exceptional candidates with a proven problem solving abilities and a keen interest in the energy and infrastructure sectors. You will be good at communicating complex issues and have a flair for writing. We want people who think on their feet and are willing to proactively support their colleagues.
Our standard entry requirement is a 2:1 degree with a strong quantitative focus.
If you are interested in applying for the above position, please email your covering letter and CV to email@example.com. The deadline for applications is 16 September 2017.