27 May 2023
Full-Time Economist – Adham
The Economist will perform industrial, market, and economic studies to aid in the achievement of organizational objectives or the development of solutions. Using a variety of data collection and statistical methodologies, the individual will compile results for interpretation and then share conclusions with stakeholders in order to form prospective plans and promote further innovation.
Job Title : Economist
Location : Adham, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 42.48 per hour.
Company : The Economist Group
Job Type : Full-Time
- Asses the effectiveness of economic policies and initiatives by compiling reports that detail the goals, objectives, policies, and forecasts that have been derived via comprehensive economic analysis.
- Work with a senior Economist to conduct economic research, analyze and interpret economic data, produce estimates of benefits, and report the findings.
- Plan the study, coordinate the execution, and report on the results. Sponsors, managers, or senior staff may have problems that need to be solved.
- Financial and accounting reporting systems are updated as needed. The financial reporting system is audited to verify accuracy, and data is tracked and verified to ensure conformity with the budget plan.
- Use sophisticated analytics to give ad hoc analyses and insights or develop analytics-enabled solutions on huge and heterogeneous data sources.
- as requested or permitted, makes certain that staff receives information and training, responds to information requests and offers assistance as needed within the scope of authority for other federal agencies or the general public
- keep an eye on current models and prototypes, and to change them as needed to improve the core models and the group’s research goals.
- Conduct economic surveys to gather economic data, compare previously submitted data to current situations, and evaluate the relationships between relevant economic aspects for clearly defined projects, among other things.
- Collaborate with other economists and senior executives in order to effectively communicate and convey economic concepts and quantitative data to non-technical audiences.
- Identify the data and methodologies that will be used to conduct comprehensive, impartial research that will fill knowledge gaps and serve as a basis for future policy and planning.
- A non-economics major may substitute up to one year of work experience for a Bachelor’s or higher degree.
- Individual economic research projects that require planning, gathering information, analyzing and evaluating it, drawing conclusions, and writing a report are all part of the process.
- capable of managing a number of medium to complicated projects at the same time, as well as troubleshooting data quality concerns
- Communication skills that can be tailored to business, media/press, academic, technical, and political contexts; fluent in both written and spoken language.
- Presentations and reports must be understandable to non-technical audiences. This is mandatory.