Full-Time Senior Economic Analyst – Riffa
The Economist uses a wide variety of economic and public policy skills when investigating topics. It is a prerequisite of the job to cross-examine business and intervention witnesses. Reviewing, evaluating, and recommending to the Commission changes in base rate revenue demands, base revenue distributions, rate design, extra surcharges, and financing arrangements on utility petitions. Additionally, the Economist is active in all phases of assigned cases, including making information requests, questioning expert witnesses during hearings, writing memoranda and policy recommendations, and composing sections of orders.
Job Title : Senior Economic Analyst
Location : Riffa, Riffa, Bahrain
Salary : $ 42.26 per hour.
Company : The Century Foundation
Job Type : Full-Time
- Plan, organize, and report studies in response to issues raised by research sponsors, management, or senior staff.
- Determines and makes recommendations on timetables and methods for supplying economic and financial data in order to meet specified reporting standards, processes, and procedures; assists in the formulation of budget and economic objectives that are consistent with strategic planning initiatives; and performs other duties as assigned.
- Contribute to analytical research projects on a range of economic policy issues for public and private sector clients (e.g. market research, surveys, project and impact evaluations, etc.)
- Data must be analyzed using mathematical models and statistical approaches.
- Collect and analyze current data, and conduct research to uncover new data sources for analytic purposes.
- Surveys may be used to obtain economic data, compare prior data to current conditions, and discover essential economic features for well-defined initiatives.
- In order to analyze and anticipate market activity, it’s vital to look back at historical trends.
- Work collaboratively with other economists and senior executives to effectively explain and transmit economic concepts and quantitative data orally and in writing, particularly to non-technical audiences.
- Work with a senior economist to perform economic research, analyses and interpret data, develop benefit estimates, and report results.
- Make sure the department’s tools and products keep up with the business’s needs, including coming up with new and creative ways to do things.
- Strong written and spoken communication abilities, as well as the ability to customize messages to a variety of audiences, including corporate, media/press, academic, technical, and political audiences.
- It is necessary to review recent economics academic research on entrepreneurship, small businesses, employment, and labor market dynamics.
- Teaching responsibilities in a college or institution that included both classroom instruction and one of the following: (1) personal research that gave proof of results, (2) supervision of graduate economics theses, or (3) employment as a consultant or adviser on technical economics problems.
- At least 21 semester hours of economics were necessary, as well as 3 semester hours of statistics, accounting, or calculus.
- The applicant should have a strong sense of leadership and a strong desire to learn and grow.