EY Executive, Economic Advisory (General Economists), London in London, United Kingdom
Executive, Economic Advisory (General Economists), London
Strategy and Transactions
Requisition # LON00JBM
Post Date May 20, 2021
Summary of role
EYs Economic Advisory team of over 40 Economists, is now looking to expand significantly on its existing economics practice to capture exciting opportunities, particularly within the telecommunications, media and technology, power and utilities, health and transport sectors and in the area of economic policy. As a result, we are looking for skilled post-graduates or equivalent professionals with experience in economics to grow our team to the next level.
EY’s Economics Advisory team combine deep sector knowledge with strong technical skills in economics, econometrics and quantitative analysis to address key client issues in strategy, regulation, competition, planning and government policy.
Technical skills requirements
Suitable applicants will be highly numerate and analytical Master-level Economics graduates with at least 2-3 years of experience as economist/corporate planner employed in the private, regulatory or the public policy sector.
For these roles, it would be advantageous to have knowledge of any of the following:
A solid understanding of the principles of regulatory economics, regulatory finance/accounting and/or econometrics;
Specific experience designing, influencing or optimising economic regulation (price controls) or market arrangements;
In the context of price controls, specific experience of designing incentive mechanisms, assessing efficient expenditures, allocating costs and assets, estimating the cost of capital and/or determining access charges or network tariffs;
Knowledge of the electricity system, how it is likely to evolve in future and the potential implications for system operator(s);
Behavioural economics and customer engagement;
An ability to solve complex problems in a logical and structured manner;
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including an ability to explain complex technical issues to a non-technical audience;
Excellent inter-personal skills and ability to work effectively within a team.
Strong academic and professional background in Economics, Business or Industrial Economics or Econometrics
Experience of competition and regulatory economics, strategy, business planning, costing and pricing
Experience of applying economic theory to the development and evaluation of public and regulatory policy
Experience of the development economic impact assessment
Experience in Economic policy and/or experience in one of our target sectors
Additional skills requirements
Has logical and rational approach to complex problem solving
Has excellent written and verbal communication skills; can explain complex technical issues to non-technical staff
Builds relationships with clients and EY teams
Deals confidently with stakeholders and client staff and builds credibility for the firm
Responds quickly to client requests for information or guidance, referring the issue to more senior staff where appropriate
Recognises opportunities to contribute to client issues when they arise and assists in providing solutions
Actively promotes the sharing of knowledge
Contributes pro-actively to building team spirit and works effectively across teams
Delivers to demanding deadlines maintaining the discipline and quality of output
Provide or contribute to economic analysis as part of client engagements
Prepare and present clear reports to support these analyses and solutions
Demonstrate a strong understanding of Excel and other suitable solution platforms
Manage own time to budgets and communicate progress against plan to assignment manager
Apply or refer to a basic range of EY services and products in meeting clients needs
Proactively manages own career path and development
Who we are
At EY we support you in achieving your unique potential both personally and professionally. We give you stretching and rewarding experiences that keep you motivated, working in an atmosphere of integrity and teaming with some of the worlds most successful companies. And while we encourage you to take personal responsibility for your career, we support you in your professional development in every way we can. You enjoy the flexibility to devote time to what matters to you, in your business and personal lives. At EY you can be who you are and express your point of view, energy and enthusiasm, wherever you are in the world. Its how you make a difference.
The right transaction can enhance an organizations growth, competitiveness and profitability. As a transaction professional at EY, youll help clients evaluate structure and execute their most important deals. Youll work in a dynamic, forward looking environment; in what is currently the only integrated global transaction business worldwide. Youll have direct contact with clients and gain valuable experience across industries and geographies, learning from top minds in todays transactions arena. Well help you achieve your potential by giving you leading professional development opportunities. At EY, we know its your point of view, energy and enthusiasm that make the difference.
Who we are
EY is committed to being an inclusive employer and we are happy to consider flexible working arrangements. We strive to achieve the right balance for our people, enabling us to deliver excellent client service whilst allowing you to build your career without sacrificing your personal priorities. While our client-facing professionals can be required to travel regularly, and at times be based at client sites, our flexible working arrangements can help you to achieve a lifestyle balance.
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