Research Associate role at The Brattle Group
We are looking for a Research Associate to work on high-profile, challenging assignments within an academically-oriented work environment in our Madrid office. As a Research Associate, you will:
As you gain more hands-on project experience, you will have opportunities to direct junior staff on project assignments. The Brattle Group commits to continuous training and development for consultants and works to help develop Research Associates along a career path to higher level consulting opportunities.
Typical project assignments might include:
The ideal candidate will possess:
Interested candidates should submit the following application materials by 29 February 2016:
We offer a competitive compensation and performance bonus package.
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