Full-Time Economic Policy and Research Fellow – Tabuk
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 : Economic Policy and Research Fellow
Location : Tabuk, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 40.29 per hour.
Company : Mynd
Job Type : Full-Time
- Depending on concerns presented by research sponsors, management, or senior staff, plan the study, organize the implementation, and deliver the findings.
- Gather and analyze existing data, as well as perform research to uncover new data sources for analytic purposes.
- Under the supervision of an experienced senior economist, economic research, appraisal, and interpretation, benefit estimation, and reporting are all carried out.
- Conduct research on a number of economic policy issues for both public and private sector clients (e.g. market research, surveys, project and impact evaluations, etc.)
- Data analysis using mathematical models and statistical methodologies is required.
- Develop fresh and innovative solutions for the department’s toolbox and products.
- Determines and proposes delivery schedules and methods for economic and financial data to meet specified reporting standards, processes, and procedures; aids in the establishment of budget and economic goals and objectives that align with strategic planning activities.
- Conduct surveys to gather economic data, compare it to current situations, and discover correlations between major economic elements.
- Collaborate with other economists and senior executives to verbally and in writing communicate and present economic concepts and quantitative data to non-technical audiences.
- To analyze and forecast market activity, previous trends must be evaluated.
- The applicant should have a strong sense of leadership and a desire to learn and enhance his skills on a continuous basis.
- Teaching assignments that included both classroom instruction in economics subjects and one of the following: (1) personal research with evidence of results, (2) supervision of graduate theses in economics, or (3) service as a consultant or advisor on technical economics problems in a college or university.
- Writing and speaking skills that can be tailored to business, media/press, academic/technical and political audiences are required.
- Recent economics academic research on entrepreneurship, small enterprises, employment, and labor market dynamics must be reviewed.
- A total of 21 semester hours in economics, plus three semester hours in statistics, accounting, or calculus, were required.