26 Jan 2023
Full-Time Chief Economist – Gainza
The Economist’s market and industrial economic inquiry will enhance organizational goals and problem-solving activities. This professional would then convey the findings to stakeholders in order to assist them prepare for future goals and drive continuous innovation through the use of various data collecting and statistical methodologies.
Job Title : Chief Economist
Location : Gainza, Camarines Sur Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 43.28 per hour.
Company : ARUP Group
Job Type : Full-Time
- Use huge and diverse datasets to your advantage in order to get insights quickly or build new products and services based on sophisticated analytics methods.
- Monitoring and evaluating economic programs and priorities requires the preparation of statements of economic goals, objectives, policies, and/or predictions based on integrated economic analysis.
- When necessary, maintains and updates the company’s financial reporting system. In addition, the financial reporting system is reviewed for any flaws or inconsistencies..
- A researcher’s sponsors, management, or senior staff may be having issues that need to be handled.. The study should be prepared, the investigation should be coordinated, and then the findings should be presented so that everyone involved can benefit from the experience.
- A senior economist will supervise you in conducting economic research; you will analyze and interpret data, develop benefit estimates, and present your findings.
- 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.
- 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.
- In order to enhance and reinforce the core models of the research group, current models and prototypes should be monitored.
- With a particular focus on non-technical audiences, and in collaboration with other economists and senior executives, communicate and express economic concepts and quantitative data in both oral and written form.
- Responds to requests for information and help from other government agencies and the general public, within the limits of authority, and offers such information and training to employees as requested.
- Any degree with a major other than economics may be substituted for up to a year of necessary work experience in order to meet the one-year requirement.
- Possess the ability to handle a number of modest to difficult projects at the same time and solve data quality concerns
- Simplifying complicated economic data into reports and presentations that are understandable by both expert and non-technical audiences.
- The capacity to communicate effectively in a variety of contexts, including business, journalism, academia, and politics.
- Individual economic research projects require planning, gathering information, analyzing and evaluating it, drawing conclusions, and writing a report.