Assistant Director - Economics and Modelling

An opportunity to lead our modelling work on the UK's future infrastructure needs.

Published: 25 Nov 2020

By: Rob Mallows

We are looking for a senior economist, with experience in one or more infrastructure sectors, who will be responsible for directing and coordinating the Commission’s economics and modelling work. This is an opportunity to work for an independent body, providing thought leadership; helping to shape government thinking and policies in a high profile area; and gaining exposure to leading experts and senior figures within the Commission, government and more widely.

The postholder will head a small team of analysts. The economics and modelling team works closely with policy colleagues in providing joined-up, high quality analysis and policy advice to the Commission. The Commission operates a matrix management structure, with project teams including both policy and analytical team members.

More information about the role and the application process can be found on Civil Service Jobs.

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