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London Associate / Research Associate

Location: London, UK

Description

We are currently seeking two Research Associates/ Associates – one with a focus in competition - to join our London office in by the summer of 2018.   

Research Associates/ Associates are central members of each project team and apply finance and economic theory and practice to high profile litigation, corporate strategy, regulation and public policy issues on behalf of our clients.

All Associates are responsible for framing research approaches, project management, supervising colleagues, and developing client relationships while building individual expertise. As they gain valuable hands-on project experience, Associates also become more involved in marketing and business development efforts. Each Associates work as part of a team on challenging and high-profile projects in a collegial and academically-oriented work environment. Brattle values the intellectual and personal development of all its employees and you will be provided with a variety of experiences and individualised development from our experts. We are committed to continuous training and development for consultants and we have a strong track record of developing Associates into Principals/Experts.

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • PhD in Economics, Business, Finance or a related field with a strong foundation in quantitative analysis (A PhD with a focus in Industrial Organisation is strongly desired for the competition role) or 
  • Masters degree in economics, with a minimum of  3 years’ relevant work experience.
  • Pre or postgraduate work experience in a related work environment (preferably in government, regulatory agency or consulting) is strongly desired
  • Strong analytic and quantitative skills (including proficiency with analytical/statistical software such as STATA, R, and Excel), along with practical problem solving abilities
  • Strong relationship building skills
  • Excellent oral  and written communication skills
  • Desire to work in a collaborative team environment
  • Demonstrated record of outstanding academic and/or practical accomplishment
  • An entrepreneurial drive
  • Intellectual curiosity

We offer a competitive compensation package and a unique environment that combines the best of intellectual rigor with interesting and diverse colleagues and a spirit of fun.

To be considered for the Research Associate/ Associate position, please submit the following materials:

  • Cover letter (describing your interest in economic and financial consulting)
  • CV/resume
  • A writing sample/research paper
  • Letters of recommendations from those who have completed their PhD within the last two years should be sent to recruiting@brattle.com. Please note: No other application materials are accepted at this email address.

 




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