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GP Position - 25 mins from Adelaide - High Earning Potential c$400k - 70% Billings - Newly acquired DPA, PEP Location » Adelaide, SA - is consistently ranked in the top 10 most liveable cities by The Economist. Adelaide is bursting at the seams with culture, events... • Thu, 30 MayHead Medical
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Associate Director, Economics » Sydney, NSW - with a wide range of customers and internal stakeholders - at Senior Economist (Associate Director) level, you can expect.... Work closely with the Chief Economist and other team members to deliver timely, market-leading insights and knowledge... • Sat, 08 JunWestpac
Director, Policy – Various Opportunities & Talent Pool » Sydney, Sydney Region - You. At the centre of big ideas. Are you an experienced leader with public policy expertise, great stakeholder management skills and a strong ability to execute strategy? Do you enjoy working in a high-profile, fast-paced environment, on a diverse range of both of emerging issues as well as longer term strategic priorities? We’re looking for experienced and resilient leaders to join The Cabinet Office, leading policy , strategy, and integrity advice from the heart of government. The Cabinet Office is seeking applications to fill immediate ongoing and temporary executive vacancies and also offering the opportunity to join our Public Service Senior Executive (PSSE) Band 1 Talent Pool. About The Cabinet Office: Leading policy, strategy and integrity from the heart of government We lead and coordinate strategy and policy across government, including driving action on the Government’s key priorities. We provide expert independent policy, legal and governance advice to the Premier and Cabinet, including on National Cabinet matters. We uphold Cabinet conventions and provide stewardship of the NSW Cabinet system to support good decision-making. Imagine your career at the TCO and learn more about the department. About the roles and Talent Pool We currently have two senior executive opportunities for professionals with strong strategic, negotiation and policy analysis skills and experience to join the Social Policy & National Reform (SPNR) and Economic & Environment Policy (EEP) Groups within The Cabinet Office (TCO). Additionally, we are seeking to establish a Director, Policy (Public Service Senior Executive (PSSE) Band 1) Talent Pool to fill future vacancies as they arise over the next 18 months. Director, Fiscal Policy This ongoing opportunity in the Economic & Environment Policy Group will lead the Fiscal Policy team to deliver evidence-based analysis and advice on complex economic and infrastructure policy matters. For this role, we are seeking a candidate with strong economic policy expertise and qualifications, excellent knowledge of Government budget and fiscal processes and experience leading a team of economists and policy makers. Director, Intergovernmental Relations This 6-month temporary (with the possibility of ongoing conversion) opportunity in the Social Policy & National Reform Group will lead the Intergovernmental Relations team to deliver better outcomes for NSW from national funding agreements and reform negotiations. For this role we are seeking a skilled policy professional and strategic thinker, ideally with experience leading negotiation with the Commonwealth and States and Territories on issues of national significance. Experience with National Cabinet would also be an asset. Talent Pool In addition to the above opportunities, we are also seeking interested candidates to form a PSSE Band 1 Talent Pool for future Director, Policy roles. Selection for this talent pool will mean that you will be considered for term and ongoing vacancies as they arise over the next 18 months across all our agency. Role Descriptions To learn more about these opportunities, you can review the role descriptions: Director, Fiscal Policy Director, Policy Talent Pool (t his role description will also be used for the Director, Intergovernmental Relations role) You. Our ideal candidate. Alongside the specific skills and experience required for the current vacancies, all candidates will: Be eager to make a difference to the communities of NSW. Have extensive experience leading the delivery of policy reforms, resolving policy conflicts, and executing complex strategies. Demonstrate excellent communication, stakeholder management and interpersonal skills. Lead a team with innovation, adaptability, self-motivation, and flexibility. Exhibit robust analytical, critical thinking, and decision-making skills. Commit to the highest levels of ethical behaviour and integrity. We know the value of diverse experiences. Even if you’re not sure if you meet all the requirements, we’d love to hear from you. The work you could do: Partner with agencies across government to deliver major policy reform. Make a significant contribution to the outcomes of the NSW Budget Lead engagement with the Commonwealth on national funding agreements Support the government to develop intergovernmental strategy and then help to execute it with the Commonwealth and other States and Territories Your career, your way. We are proud of our flexible working culture, and we've been a leader of embedding flexible working practices for many years. Everyone has different needs, and our versatile work culture allows you to craft a work routine to suit you, the business and the people we serve. At the TCO, you get access to: flexible working arrangements inclusive parental leave for all new parents and return to work coaching great learning and development opportunities and professional networks employee support services fitness and well-being programs staff-led networks including the Aboriginal Staff Advisory Committee, Diversity and Inclusion Network (DAIN), and the Young Professionals Network. How to apply To start your journey in applying for our PSSE Band 1 role(s), you’ll need to create an account on I Work for NSW and apply online. Your application should include: a resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages). a cover letter addressing how you meet the requirements of the role (maximum 2 pages) To help us figure out if you’re the right person for the role, the selection process may include an interview and relevant assessments, and we expect it will take up to 6–8 weeks. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please let us know in your application. If you require any adjustments or alternative formats to participate in the process, please contact the hiring manager. A talent pool will be created from this recruitment process. Once added to the talent pool, you may be contacted about similar ongoing and temporary roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Salary: Senior Executive Band 1. Total remuneration package will be negotiated upon offer. Closing date: Thursday, 27 June 2024 (11:59 PM) Learn more For enquiries related to the Director, Intergovernmental Relations role, please contact the hiring manager, Lliam Findlay, Executive Director, Intergovernmental and Strategic Priorities, on (02) 9228 4772 or lliam.findlaytco.nsw.gov.au For enquires related to the Director, Fiscal Policy role, please contact the hiring manager, Alanna Linn, Executive Director, Economic Policy, on (02) 92283247 or alanna.linntco.nsw.gov.au If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at supportiworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. Our commitment The Cabinet Office acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands where we work and live. We pay respect to Ancestors and Elders past and present. We recognise and learn from the strengths of First Nations peoples of New South Wales and their continuing connection to, and unique cultural and spiritual relationship with, Country. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTQIA, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in rural, regional, and remote locations. • Fri, 07 JunJobsNSW
Customer Insights Advisor » Australia - market and observed customer behaviour What you'll bring: 3-5 years+ experience as market analyst/economist/customer... • Thu, 06 JunSuncorp
Customer Insights Advisor » Sydney Region, New South Wales - Great 12 months secondment opportunity The Customer Insights Advisor role is accountable for synthesising and presenting market and customer insights, using qualitative and quantitative approaches to understand market and customer behaviour and Suncorp’s relative performance. The role is responsible for maintaining historical and future views of market and customer performance and modelling related opportunities. You will be working with Suncorp Bank stakeholders to embed customer and market insights into decision making, including timely development and communication of customer models and business implications. The role integrates market and customer data to define opportunity, risks relating to customer acquisition, defection and extension of relationships. What you’ll do: Support the delivery of external and customer data driven insights to inform business decision making, including: Conducting and synthesising market and customer thematic research, identifying opportunities and recommendations Presenting insights to the Bank Customer Obsession Forum, with a view to guiding prioritisation and decision making Working with the Performance Optimisation team, maintain customer and market data reporting flow and apply analytical skills to report on and extract customer/market performance insights; organise data in a form that can support monitoring and further strategic analysis Provide regular “Flash” reporting, market performance to Suncorp Bank leadership and key stakeholders Identify issues and opportunity to shift Suncorp Bank’s customer and financial position in the market and in the competitive set across the portfolio Analyse time series to determine/predict market/customer outcomes and growth opportunities Inform understanding of customer and market flows based on analysis of relevant market and observed customer behaviour What you’ll bring: 3-5 years experience as market analyst/economist/customer advisor Experience in primary and secondary research (qualitative /quantitative); utilising and triangulating data from various sources – particularly related to industry and customer trends Ability to manipulate large data sets and analyse them in the context required to address business problems Experience with statistical analysis (including regression) and advanced coding language (Desired) Ability to translate insights into actionable opportunities to support executive decision making. Degree in Economics/Econometric, Finance/Commerce, Business or equivalent with strong statistical analysis capability (Desired) If this opportunity sounds like the challenge you have been looking for, please apply online today. For further information regarding this position, please contact Tatiana.stepanovasuncorp.com.au Important note: In July 2022, Suncorp announced to the market that it had entered into an agreement to sell the Suncorp Bank business to Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) (the Sale). The Sale remains subject to regulatory and government approvals (including Australian Competition Tribunal approval). If all approvals for the Sale are received, this role will transition to Suncorp-Metway Limited (SML) which will become part of the ANZ corporate group. By applying for this role, you agree that Suncorp may provide your application details (which may include your personal information) to ANZ if/when the Sale is finalised if (a) the recruitment process is still underway, or (b) your application for this role is successful. You also acknowledge that if/when the Sale is finalised ANZ may conduct pre-employment screening checks as part of their profile process. Please see the Applicant Privacy Statement for more detail. • Wed, 05 JunSuncorp Group

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Instructor - Part Time Product Management » The Rocks, Sydney - Since 2011, General Assembly (GA) has transformed tens of thousands of careers through pioneering, experiential education in today's most in-demand skills. As featured in The Economist, Wired, and The New York Times, GA offers training in web development, data, design, marketing, and more, both online and at campuses across multiple countries. Our global professional community boasts more than 95,000 full- and part-time alumni - and counting. In addition to fostering career growth for individuals, GA helps employers cultivate top diverse tech talent and spur innovation by transforming their teams through strategic learning. More than 21,000 employees at elite companies worldwide have honed their digital fluency with our corporate training programs. GA has also been recognized as one of Deloitte's Technology Fast 500, and Fast Company has dubbed us leaders in World-Changing Ideas as well as the 1 Most Innovative Company in Education. In this 10-week course, students learn to navigate the product cycle, from evaluating users and managing a roadmap to creating an MVP and developing metrics. We are looking for an experienced product manager to lead this transformative experience as instructor for General Assembly's part-time Product Management course. Skills and Qualifications You are eager to shape the skills, minds, and trajectories of the newest generation of product managers. You are the person that your colleagues naturally gravitate to when they are trying to figure something out. You have at least 5 years of industry experience with product management. You have fluency in the following topics: product development cycle, market analysis, user research, wireframing and storyboarding, financial modeling, product roadmaps, and creating product specs. Essential Responsibilities and Duties Teach 2 hours per evening, 2 days a week, for 10 weeks, or 8 hours per day, for 6 days from Monday to Saturday. Instructors will need to commit a few hours per week preparing lessons and materials, leveraging existing GA curriculum content. Work alongside GA staff and teaching team to best meet the needs and learning styles of your students Guide students through development of a stellar final project that will showcase their abilities to hiring managers. Facilitate a dynamic and collaborative classroom community. Inspire students to persevere through the challenges of learning a new suite of skills Who are we? Since 2011, General Assembly has transformed tens of thousands of careers through pioneering, experiential education in today's most in-demand skills. As featured in The Economist, Wired, and The New York Times, GA offers training in web development, data, design, business, and more, both online and at campuses around the world. Our global professional community boasts 40,000 full- and part-time alumni - and counting.In addition to fostering career growth for individuals, GA helps employers cultivate top tech talent and spur innovation by transforming their teams through strategic learning. More than 21,000 employees at elite companies worldwide have honed their digital fluency with our corporate training programs. GA has also been recognised as one of Deloitte's Technology Fast 500, and Fast Company has dubbed us leaders in World-Changing Ideas as well as the 1 Most Innovative Company in Education. General Assembly is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. Unless otherwise noted, remote positions can be performed from the following approved General Assembly operating countries. United States of America (states of operation may vary), Canada (provinces of operation may vary), United Kingdom, Australia, and Singapore. Posting date: 06-04-2024 • Tue, 04 JunAdecco Group Inc.
Sydney Property Reporter » Penrith, Penrith Area - Join the The Sydney Morning Herald newsroom as our Sydney Property Reporter and cover the local and national property market. Reporting to the National Property Editor, you will be comfortable speaking to everyone from first home buyers to senior bank economists and trophy home selling agents. Day to day you will: Report on the property market in Sydney and NSW, and pitch original ideas on everything from house price changes to buying and selling trends or the best suburbs for homebuyers Report on the national property market, including economist predictions and what interest rate moves mean for property prices Cover Sydney's auction market, including our on-the-ground Saturday auction coverage and trend stories about the state of the auction market Use large data sets to generate ideas or back up tips, and working with data with a high degree of accuracy and clarity Work to breaking, daily and weekend deadlines, independently or in a team Develop and maintain relationships with a wide variety of key contacts Please note: this role operates on a Tuesday to Saturday roster. • Mon, 03 JunFairfax Media
Professorial Research Fellow in Clinical Trials & Health Economics » Australia - Faculty of Medicine Bring your expertise to the newly established ULTRA program Build and develop a world-class team of Health Economists Based at our vibrant and picturesque Herston Campus About UQ As part of the UQ community, you will have the opportunity to work alongside the brightest minds, who have joined us from all over the world, and within an environment where interdisciplinary collaborations are encouraged. At the core of our teaching remains our students, and their experience with us sets a foundation for success far beyond graduation. UQ has made a commitment to making education opportunities available for all Queenslanders, regardless of personal, financial, or geographical barriers. As part of our commitment to excellence in research and professional practice in academic contexts, we are proud to provide our staff with access to world-class facilities and equipment, grant writing support, greater research funding opportunities, and other forms of staff support and development. About This Opportunity We are seeking to appoint a Professorial Research Fellow in Clinical Trials and Health Economics to provide methodological leadership and health economics leadership to the Centre of Health Services Research and the newly established University of Queensland cLinical TRials cApability (ULTRA) program. This is an exceptional opportunity to build and develop a world-class team of health economists in clinical trials, health services research and technology assessment. This is an exciting opportunity for a Professorial Research Fellow to engage in research that sustains their reputation for outstanding research and international leadership in health economics in randomised clinical trials and health services research more broadly. At this level the incumbent will make outstanding contributions in service and engagement roles and activities. This is a shared role, 0.5FTE with the ULTRA team, and 0.5FTE with the Centre for Health Services Research. As a research focused academic at level E the incumbent is expected to demonstrate outstanding leadership in guiding the development of others, major funding initiatives and intellectual leadership beyond his or her specific areas of research. We expect the role to be best suited to a health economist who is leading the design and analysis of health economics before, during and after randomised trials. Key responsibilities will include: Develop and build the ULTRA interdisciplinary team and program, as well as the Centre for Health Services Research multidisciplinary teams to accelerate UQ's capability, capacity, co-ordination and competitiveness. Grow UQ's portfolio of high quality, investigator-led RCTs, clinical trials and cohort studies that harness the benefits of innovation in design, conduct, analysis and impact generation. Maintain a record of international recognition and leadership in health economics and methodology by publishing in high quality national and international research journals, other appropriate refereed publications and conference publications. Initiate and lead funding initiatives and applications as chief investigator role in applications for significant research funding to support trials and the ULTRA and Centre for Health Services Research's research programs, clinical trials health economic capacity and other related activities. This includes actively seeking, obtaining and managing research and consultancy funding. Develop and deliver education and training opportunities in health economics in clinical trials, through for example concept development workshops and other activities offered by the ULTRA program team. Build and develop health economic capability within the ULTRA program, the Clinical Trials Centre and the Centre for Health Services Research. Support and mentor other health economists and relevant professional staff, including more junior academics and researchers, in their professional development, driving individual and team commitment in the pursuit of innovation, excellence and success in RCTs. This is a research focused position. Further information can be found by viewing UQ's Criteria for Academic Performance. This is a full-time (100%), fixed-term position for up to 5 years. At Academic level E. The full-time equivalent base salary will be $204,204.64, plus a generous super allowance of up to 17%. The total FTE package will be $238,919.43 annually. As these roles are covered by an Enterprise Agreement, you will also receive regular remuneration increases in line with the Enterprise Agreement. The greater benefits of joining the UQ community are broad: from being part of a Group of Eight university, to recognition of prior service with other Australian universities, up to 26 weeks of paid parental leave, 17.5% annual leave loading, flexible working arrangements including hybrid on site/WFH options and flexible start/finish times, and genuine career progression opportunities via the academic promotions process. About ULTRA & CHSR University of Queensland cLinical TRials cApability (ULTRA) Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) are an important component of the healthcare system as they provide gold standard, most robust evidence about the comparative effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of interventions. Evidence from RCTs transforms healthcare, shapes decisions about healthcare expenditure, and most importantly, improves the health of the population. However, RCTs are typically expensive, have long timelines, often fail to recruit, and take too long to translate their results into clinical practice. Innovation in trials is urgently needed. By employing innovative trial designs, RCTs during the COVID 19 pandemic have delivered rapid outcomes with immediate impact on patient care. Locking in this learning in The University of Queensland's investigator-led RCTs will lead to effective treatments being accessible sooner. The ULTRA program has been created by the University to build capability and capacity in innovative trial design, conduct, analysis and translation. The program's interdisciplinary team of methodological specialists will lead and collaborate to generate an end-to-end pipeline from 'ideation' through to 'close-out' and translation of investigator-led innovative RCTs. Centre for Health Services Research (CHSR) CHSR is a is a multidisciplinary research, consultancy and graduate training centre. The Centre conducts specialised health research programs, and comprises of globally recognised experts in a wide range of disciplines including ageing and geriatric medicine, kidney medicine, behavioural science, biostatistics, health economics, clinical informatics and telehealth. Our researchers collaborate extensively with the ULTRA team and clinical trials unit, and many are engaged in national and international clinical trials and cohort study of major impact. About You Completion of a PhD in health economics or other relevant discipline closely related to the design and analysis of health economics in clinical trials. A recognised expert in the design, conduct and analysis of health economic data in RCTs, clinical and implementation trials, cohort studies and health technology assessment with an outstanding record of publications in reputed refereed journals and presenting at conferences. A sustained record of outstanding outcomes and contributions to research training and research policy at a national and international level. Ability to lead strategic research agendas and research teams, with an outstanding record of successfully seeking, obtaining and managing significant external research funding from institutional and commercial sources. An excellent record of supervision of honours and Research Higher Degree students to successful completion. An outstanding record of meaningful internal leadership roles in conjunction with a high level of leadership in external activities at a national and international level. In addition, the following mandatory requirements apply: Work Rights: You must have unrestricted work rights in Australia for the duration of this appointment to apply. Visa sponsorship is not available for this appointment. Mandatory Immunisations: It is a condition of employment for this role that you will be required to provide evidence of immunisation against certain vaccine preventable diseases. Background Checks: All final applicants for this position may be asked to consent to a criminal record check. Please note that people with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position. Each application will be considered on its merits. Questions? For more information about this opportunity, please contact Professor Monika Janda, Director CHSR or Professor Nadine Foster, Director, UQ Clinical Trials Unit. For application queries, please contact talentuq.edu.au stating the job reference number (below) in the subject line. Want to Apply? All applicants must upload the following documents in order for your application to be considered: Resume Cover letter Responses to the 'About You' section Other Information At UQ we know that our greatest strengths come from our diverse mix of colleagues, this is reflected in our ongoing commitment to creating an environment focused on equity, diversity and inclusion. We ensure that we are always attracting, retaining and promoting colleagues who are representative of the diversity in the broader community, whether that be gender identity, LGBTQIA, cultural and/or linguistic, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with a disability, or age. Accessibility requirements and/or adjustments can be directed to talentuq.edu.au. If you are a current employee (including casual staff and HDR scholars) or hold an unpaid/affiliate appointment, please login to your staff Workday account and visit the internal careers board to apply for this opportunity. Please do NOT apply via the external job board. Applications close: Thursday 27 June at 11.00pm AEST (R-38524). • Mon, 03 JunThe University of Queensland
Senior Economist » The Rocks, Sydney - Senior Economist (Manager) - Economic Analysis Economic Analysis Department is seeking a senior economist with expertise in modelling and forecasting. This position is an exciting and challenging time to be joining the Economic Analysis Department. If you want to play a key role in economic modelling at Australia's central bank, this is for you. You and your team will help shape the Bank's assessment of economic developments presented to the Governors and the Board and communicated to a large public audience via the Statement on Monetary Policy. The Role: As a Senior Economist in Economic Analysis Department, you will be part of a leadership team of three that leads and develops the Prices, Wages and Labour Section (PWL) and provides analytical and strategic guidance on policy-relevant issues. A key focus of this role is to work with and develop macroeconomic/macroeconometric models that contribute, for example, to the assessment of labour market conditions, working closely with colleagues across the department. You will oversee analytic work produced by the section and also assist with the development of high-quality written documents for external audiences. While this role is in the PWL Section, the Bank welcomes applications from economists with expertise in other areas of macroeconomic modelling. This position does not have direct reports, but as a people and thought leader, you will coach and provide development opportunities for your team to achieve the strategic agenda of the section, and contribute to the broader goals of the Department and Bank. What we are looking for: We are looking for a passionate and thoughtful member to join the section and department leadership team. As this is a management role you should have some prior experience or a demonstrated interest in people leadership. Given the nature of the work in PWL, you will ideally have: demonstrated people leadership and influencing skills, and the ability to nurture an inclusive culture and team-based approach to work; the ability to lead a team to produce high-quality briefings and analytical analysis on a wide range of topics; demonstrated ability to identify important policy questions, and design and carry out analysis to answer them efficiently and effectively; technical experience in model development, and an ability to work on and provide guidance around an array of technical challenges; strong organisational skills and the ability to judge what issues are most important and to reprioritise quickly as circumstances change; experience in analysing and forecasting labour markets and/or economic activity; strong stakeholder engagement skills together with an ability to work collaboratively with other sections in the Bank and communicate effectively with peers at government agencies and academia. Be More Working for an organisation that truly makes a difference to the people of Australia, we can offer development and career opportunities in a collaborative environment that supports your growth, wellbeing and promotes flexibility. Your individual growth and success drives the Bank forward as an organisation. Be more means you can do more, for yourself and for Australia. Why RBA? Through the pursuit of national economic policy objectives and associated activities in financial markets and banking, the RBA makes an important contribution to the Australian economy. We also issue Australia's banknotes and operates infrastructure critical to the payments system, all of which contribute to the welfare of the Australian people. Made up of specialists across a wide range of fields, our people have a critical role to play in achieving these objectives, whether directly or in a supporting capacity. As a values driven organisation, our people conduct themselves with a high degree of integrity, while striving for excellence in the work they perform and the outcomes they achieve. We encourage intelligent inquiry and we treat one another with respect, while promoting the public interest through our efforts. Your application should include a resume detailing your experience and qualifications. The Reserve Bank of Australia is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace and encourage applications from experienced candidates seeking workplace flexibility. Few places give you the balance of professional challenge and a management culture that not only supports but encourages you to live a full life outside of work and be more. Application Close : June 13, 2024 . • Sun, 02 JunReserve Bank of Australia
Instructor - Part Time Product Management » Sydney, NSW - education in today's most in-demand skills. As featured in The Economist, Wired, and The New York Times, GA offers training in...-demand skills. As featured in The Economist, Wired, and The New York Times, GA offers training in web development, data... • Sat, 01 JunGeneral Assembly
Senior Economist » Sydney, NSW - Senior Economist (Manager) - Economic Analysis Economic Analysis Department is seeking a senior economist... to a large public audience via the Statement on Monetary Policy. The Role: As a Senior Economist in Economic Analysis... • Fri, 31 MayReserve Bank of Australia
Economic and Finance Internship Program 2024/25 » The Rocks, Sydney - Economics and Finance Internship Program Industry recognised program for emerging economists and financial analysts. Explore your curiosity at Australia's central bank. 8-week summer program undertaking meaningful project work. Are you curious as to what it's like to work at Australia's central bank? Do you wish to deepen your skills in economics and financial markets, in a supportive and inclusive work environment? Do you hope to undertake meaningful analysis, and shape public policy decisions that affect all Australians? The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) 2024/25 Economics and Finance Internship is designed to support the development of emerging economics and finance professionals. It offers motivated students who are pursuing an economics or finance degree with a research component an opportunity to obtain first-hand experience working in Australia's central bank. Initially, the RBA offers successful candidates a paid eight-week work placement over the summer, between December and February. As an intern you will be closely supported by an RBA economist as you undertake project work that culminates in a research paper that is presented to your peers and senior staff. During your placement, you may also complete work that will provide you with insight into what it's like to work at the RBA as a graduate. In addition, you will attend targeted training to build your skills, as well as opportunities to network with many RBA staff that can provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the role of the RBA and what it is like to work here. The RBA is looking for a high level of analytical skills and a genuine interest in working for an institution that makes a difference to the lives of all Australians. Applications are accepted from 3rd year (or equivalent) students majoring in economics, finance, or related areas such as mathematics and statistics who intend to complete honours or similar research-based programs. At the end of the eight-week placement, Interns may be offered a place in the Economics and Finance Graduate Program commencing in February 2026. More information on the Graduate Program: Economics and Finance | Students and Graduates | Careers | RBA Applicants must hold Australian citizenship or permanent residency at the time of application. All Intern positions are in Sydney. The Bank will cover the cost of travel and accommodation in Sydney for successful interstate applicants. Please include a cover-letter with your application. The RBA is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace and encourage your application. For further information about the RBA and the Internship program, please visit: Summer Intern Program | Students and Graduates | Careers | RBA Are you curious as to what it's like to work at Australia's central bank? "I can make a difference" A Graduate Program that provides you with a range of experiences Explore your curiosity and apply your skills at Australia's central bank When you can undertake meaningful work from day one, in a friendly, supportive, and quality-focused environment, you'll quickly transform university knowledge into a successful career. Application Close : June 14, 2024 Graduate Careers • Fri, 31 MayReserve Bank of Australia
Sydney Property Reporter » North Sydney Area, North Shore - Job Description Join the The Sydney Morning Herald newsroom as our Sydney Property Reporter and cover the local and national property market. Reporting to the National Property Editor, you will be comfortable speaking to everyone from first home buyers to senior bank economists and trophy home selling agents. Day to day you will: Report on the property market in Sydney and NSW, and pitch original ideas on everything from house price changes to buying and selling trends or the best suburbs for homebuyers Report on the national property market, including economist predictions and what interest rate moves mean for property prices Cover Sydney’s auction market, including our on-the-ground Saturday auction coverage and trend stories about the state of the auction market Use large data sets to generate ideas or back up tips, and working with data with a high degree of accuracy and clarity Work to breaking, daily and weekend deadlines, independently or in a team Develop and maintain relationships with a wide variety of key contacts Please note: this role operates on a Tuesday to Saturday roster. • Fri, 31 MaySMH & The Age
Sydney Property Reporter » North Sydney, NSW - on the national property market, including economist predictions and what interest rate moves mean for property prices Cover... • Thu, 30 MayNine
Regulatory Economist » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Regulatory Economist to shape economic frameworks, conduct analyses, and develop regulatory strategies for a leading energy provider. D'Arcy Weil is representing a leading energy delivery service provider, committed to ensuring the safe, reliable, and sustainable distribution of electricity and gas across Victoria. Our client plays a crucial role in connecting communities and industries to essential energy resources. With a strong focus on innovation, sustainability, and community engagement, they strive to maintain the highest standards of service and operational excellence. This role is crucial in shaping the economic regulatory framework that governs their operations. The successful candidate will provide expert economic analysis, develop regulatory strategies, and contribute to policy development to ensure the organisation operates efficiently and meets its regulatory obligations. Key Responsibilities Economic Analysis and Modelling: Conduct detailed economic analysis and modelling to support regulatory submissions and business planning. Develop and maintain economic models to assess the impacts of regulatory decisions on operations. Analyse market trends, regulatory developments, and economic data to inform strategic decisions. Regulatory Strategy and Compliance: Lead the development of regulatory strategies to ensure compliance with legislative and regulatory requirements. Prepare and coordinate regulatory submissions, ensuring they are evidence-based and meet regulatory standards. Liaise with regulatory bodies, industry stakeholders, and internal teams to advocate for the organisation’s interests. Policy Development and Advice: Provide expert advice on economic regulatory issues, including pricing, cost recovery, and investment. Contribute to the development of regulatory policy positions and frameworks. Engage with government agencies, industry groups, and other stakeholders to influence regulatory policy development. Stakeholder Engagement: Build and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders, including regulatory authorities, industry associations, and community groups. Represent the organisation in industry forums, consultations, and public hearings. Communicate complex economic and regulatory concepts to a range of audiences, including non-experts. Regulatory Reporting: Prepare comprehensive regulatory reports and documentation required for compliance and strategic planning. Ensure timely and accurate submission of all regulatory reports to the relevant authorities. Cost-Benefit Analysis: Conduct cost-benefit analyses to evaluate the financial implications of regulatory changes and proposed projects. Provide insights and recommendations based on the outcomes of these analyses. Tariff and Pricing Strategies: Develop and review pricing and tariff strategies in accordance with regulatory guidelines. Ensure pricing strategies align with economic principles and customer affordability. Performance Monitoring: Monitor and evaluate performance against regulatory benchmarks and standards. Identify areas for improvement and recommend actions to enhance compliance and efficiency. Risk Assessment: Assess regulatory and economic risks associated with operations and propose mitigation strategies. Ensure risk management practices are integrated into regulatory planning and decision-making processes. Industry Research: Stay informed about industry trends, regulatory changes, and best practices in economic regulation. Conduct research to support the development of innovative regulatory approaches and solutions. Collaboration and Team Support: Work closely with internal teams, including finance, legal, and engineering, to ensure regulatory strategies are aligned with organisational goals. Provide mentorship and guidance to junior staff on regulatory economic matters. Regulatory Innovation: Explore and propose innovative regulatory frameworks and approaches to enhance operational efficiency and service delivery. Lead pilot projects and initiatives aimed at testing new regulatory models and strategies. Qualifications and Experience Education: Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Finance, Business, or a related field. Postgraduate qualifications in Economics, Regulatory Economics, or a related discipline are highly desirable. Experience: Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar role, preferably within the energy sector, utilities, or a regulated industry. Demonstrated experience in economic analysis, regulatory strategy development, and policy advocacy. Proven track record of successful stakeholder engagement and relationship management. Skills and Competencies: Strong analytical and quantitative skills, with the ability to develop and interpret complex economic models. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to present findings clearly and persuasively. In-depth understanding of economic regulation, pricing, and policy frameworks in the utilities sector. Proficiency in relevant software tools and economic modelling platforms. Why Join? Impactful Work: Contribute to the sustainable management of energy resources and make a positive impact on the community and environment. Professional Development: Access to ongoing professional development opportunities and the chance to work with leading industry experts. Supportive Environment: Join a collaborative and inclusive workplace that values diversity and supports work-life balance. Competitive Remuneration: Attractive salary package and comprehensive benefits, including flexible working arrangements and health and wellbeing programs. _______________________________________________________ NOTE: Please apply with a professional cover letter outlining your skills, knowledge, and experience relating to this opportunity and a current resume and any relevant supporting documents such as submissions or industry papers. ________________________________________________________ PLEASE APPLY ONLINE by hitting the 'Apply' button. Please upload your cover letter and CV or contact: Ivan Pignataro Director D'Arcy Weil St James Building, Mezzanine 555 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 T: 61 3 9999 7409 M: 0416 507 856 E: ivandarcyweil.com Note: Only candidates with current Australian working rights will be considered. Our client is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences. • Thu, 30 MayD'Arcy Weil
GP Position, DPA Location, 30 Minutes from Adelaide City Centre, 10 minutes from the coast, relocation included » Australia - listed in the Top 10 of the Economist’s world’s most liveable cities. With Sydney ranking as the most expensive Australian... • Thu, 30 MayHead Medical
GP Position - 25 minutes south of Adelaide City Centre - PEP approved- Generous relocation packages available » Happy Valley, SA - , expansive park lands, lively festivals is consistently ranked in the top 10 most liveable cities by The Economist. Adelaide... • Thu, 30 MayHead Medical
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Professorial Research Fellow in Clinical Trials & Health Economics » Queensland - to be best suited to a health economist who is leading the design and analysis of health economics before, during and after randomised... • Thu, 30 MayThe University of Queensland$204204.64 per year
GP Position - 30 mins North of Adelaide CBD - 70% Billings - High Earnings - Relocation packages » Adelaide, SA - Australia and has a population of 1.25 million people and is consistently listed in the Top 10 of the Economist’s world... • Thu, 30 MayHead Medical
Regulatory Economist - Wholesale Energy Markets » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Engage with industry while providing expert advice to all areas of the business. D'Arcy Weil is representing one of Australia's largest energy retailers, committed to providing innovative and sustainable energy solutions to customers nationwide. With a focus on reliability, affordability, and environmental responsibility, our client strives to shape the future of energy by investing in renewable technologies and fostering a culture of excellence and collaboration. As a Regulatory Economist, the successful candidate will play a critical role in analysing regulatory policies, assessing market dynamics, and providing strategic insights to ensure compliance and optimize business performance in the wholesale energy sector. Key Responsibilities: Regulatory Analysis: Conduct comprehensive analysis of energy market regulations, policies, and directives to identify potential impacts on the client's wholesale operations. Evaluate regulatory proposals and provide recommendations to senior management on compliance strategies and potential business opportunities. Market Dynamics Assessment: Monitor and analyse market trends, supply-demand dynamics, and competitor behaviour in the wholesale energy markets. Identify emerging risks and opportunities, and develop strategies to mitigate risks and capitalize on market developments. Economic Modeling: Develop and maintain economic models to assess the impact of regulatory changes, market interventions, and business strategies on the client's wholesale energy operations. Conduct scenario analysis and sensitivity testing to support strategic decision-making and risk management. Stakeholder Engagement: Collaborate with internal stakeholders, including regulatory affairs, legal, trading, and risk management teams, to provide economic insights and support regulatory compliance efforts. Engage with external stakeholders, including government agencies, industry associations, and market participants, to influence regulatory outcomes and promote the client's interests. Policy Advocacy: Represent the client in regulatory proceedings, industry forums, and stakeholder consultations to advocate for policies that support a competitive and efficient wholesale energy market. Prepare written submissions, presentations, and testimony to articulate the client's positions on key regulatory issues and contribute to the development of industry best practices. Research and Thought Leadership: Stay abreast of developments in energy economics, regulatory theory, and public policy research. Contribute to thought leadership initiatives by publishing research papers, participating in conferences, and engaging with academia and think tanks to advance knowledge and promote thought leadership in the wholesale energy sector. Qualifications: Advanced degree (Ph.D. or Master's) in economics, energy economics, or a related field. Minimum of 5 years of experience in regulatory economics, energy markets, or a relevant industry. Strong analytical skills, including proficiency in economic modeling, statistical analysis, and quantitative research methods. Deep understanding of energy market regulations, market design principles, and economic theory. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to convey complex economic concepts to diverse audiences. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively in cross-functional teams and engage effectively with internal and external stakeholders. Proven track record of thought leadership, including publications, presentations, or participation in industry forums. Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects with competing deadlines. Why Join Our Client: Impact: Make a meaningful contribution to shaping the future of energy and driving positive change in the industry. Innovation: Work with a dynamic and forward-thinking team to develop innovative solutions to complex challenges. Professional Development: Access to ongoing training and development opportunities to enhance your skills and advance your career. Collaborative Culture: Join a supportive and inclusive work environment where teamwork and collaboration are valued. Benefits: Competitive salary, performance-based incentives, and a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, retirement savings, and wellness programs. _______________________________________________________ NOTE: Please apply with a professional cover letter outlining your skills, knowledge, and experience relating to this opportunity and a current resume and any relevant supporting documents such as submissions or industry papers. ________________________________________________________ PLEASE APPLY ONLINE by hitting the 'Apply' button. Please upload your cover letter and CV or contact: Ivan Pignataro Director D'Arcy Weil St James Building, Mezzanine 555 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 T: 61 3 9999 7409 M: 0416 507 856 E: ivandarcyweil.com Note: Only candidates with current Australian working rights will be considered. Our client is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences. • Wed, 29 MayD'Arcy Weil
Senior Consultant to Senior Manager - Transfer Pricing » Sydney, Sydney Region - Job Description Our Transfer Pricing Services practice is an international team of economists, tax practitioners and analysts helping clients generate tax efficiencies and reduce the risk of challenges from revenue authorities. Our multi-disciplinary approach and global mindset enable us to cover issues such as developing and executing commercially viable transfer pricing policies, compiling documentation for revenue authority audits and complying with local revenue requirements. Your Opportunity Forming part of the Transfer Pricing team this role will play a key part in: Advising multinational clients across a broad range of industries and business models in Australia and globally to determine where value is created and how business activities should be rewarded, documented and reported in line with Australian and international regulatory requirements. Conducting financial, economic, value chain and benchmarking analysis to prepare transfer pricing documentation and assist clients to plan, support and defend their transfer pricing arrangements with respect to a wide range of transactions including IP and royalties, loans, services, goods and capital transactions. Attending client and ATO meetings together with more experienced transfer pricing and tax specialists. Assisting clients implement, through the use of technology, operational transfer pricing models into ERP systems. Developing your technical skills through on the job training as well as structured training on aspects such as Australian and global transfer pricing developments. How are you extraordinary? You enjoy working in the details , with a proactive attitude towards accuracy and deadlines You actively seek out opportunities for growth , are comfortable challenging the status quo, and enjoy getting out of your comfort zone. You resonate with our values and are excited to contribute to our culture of integrity, excellence, and collaboration Your Experience At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients, and communities. To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills & experience could include: Prior transfer pricing experience in a Big 4 or mid-tier firm, the ATO or corporate environment. A natural curiosity about business and solid advisory and compliance experience in transfer pricing in Australia. Strong technical analytical skills with a strong competence in Microsoft Office and Excel. • Tue, 28 MayKPMG Australia
Senior Consultant to Senior Manager - Transfer Pricing » Perth, Perth Region - Job Description Our Transfer Pricing Services practice is an international team of economists, tax practitioners and analysts helping clients generate tax efficiencies and reduce the risk of challenges from revenue authorities. Our multi-disciplinary approach and global mindset enable us to cover issues such as developing and executing commercially viable transfer pricing policies, compiling documentation for revenue authority audits and complying with local revenue requirements. Your Opportunity Forming part of the Transfer Pricing team this role will play a key part in: Advising multinational clients across a broad range of industries and business models in Australia and globally to determine where value is created and how business activities should be rewarded, documented and reported in line with Australian and international regulatory requirements. Conducting financial, economic, value chain and benchmarking analysis to prepare transfer pricing documentation and assist clients to plan, support and defend their transfer pricing arrangements with respect to a wide range of transactions including IP and royalties, loans, services, goods and capital transactions. Attending client and ATO meetings together with more experienced transfer pricing and tax specialists. Assisting clients implement, through the use of technology, operational transfer pricing models into ERP systems. Developing your technical skills through on the job training as well as structured training on aspects such as Australian and global transfer pricing developments. How are you extraordinary? You enjoy working in the details , with a proactive attitude towards accuracy and deadlines You actively seek out opportunities for growth , are comfortable challenging the status quo, and enjoy getting out of your comfort zone. You resonate with our values and are excited to contribute to our culture of integrity, excellence, and collaboration Your Experience At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients, and communities. To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills & experience could include: Prior transfer pricing experience in a Big 4 or mid-tier firm, the ATO or corporate environment. A natural curiosity about business and solid advisory and compliance experience in transfer pricing in Australia. Strong technical analytical skills with a strong competence in Microsoft Office and Excel. • Tue, 28 MayKPMG Australia
Senior Consultant to Senior Manager - Transfer Pricing » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Job Description Our Transfer Pricing Services practice is an international team of economists, tax practitioners and analysts helping clients generate tax efficiencies and reduce the risk of challenges from revenue authorities. Our multi-disciplinary approach and global mindset enable us to cover issues such as developing and executing commercially viable transfer pricing policies, compiling documentation for revenue authority audits and complying with local revenue requirements. Your Opportunity Forming part of the Transfer Pricing team this role will play a key part in: Advising multinational clients across a broad range of industries and business models in Australia and globally to determine where value is created and how business activities should be rewarded, documented and reported in line with Australian and international regulatory requirements. Conducting financial, economic, value chain and benchmarking analysis to prepare transfer pricing documentation and assist clients to plan, support and defend their transfer pricing arrangements with respect to a wide range of transactions including IP and royalties, loans, services, goods and capital transactions. Attending client and ATO meetings together with more experienced transfer pricing and tax specialists. Assisting clients implement, through the use of technology, operational transfer pricing models into ERP systems. Developing your technical skills through on the job training as well as structured training on aspects such as Australian and global transfer pricing developments. How are you extraordinary? You enjoy working in the details , with a proactive attitude towards accuracy and deadlines You actively seek out opportunities for growth , are comfortable challenging the status quo, and enjoy getting out of your comfort zone. You resonate with our values and are excited to contribute to our culture of integrity, excellence, and collaboration Your Experience At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients, and communities. To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills & experience could include: Prior transfer pricing experience in a Big 4 or mid-tier firm, the ATO or corporate environment. A natural curiosity about business and solid advisory and compliance experience in transfer pricing in Australia. Strong technical analytical skills with a strong competence in Microsoft Office and Excel. • Tue, 28 MayKPMG Australia
Economic and Finance Internship Program 2024/25 » Sydney, NSW - , between December and February. As an intern you will be closely supported by an RBA economist as you undertake project work that culminates in a research paper... • Mon, 27 MayReserve Bank of Australia
Consumer Finance Analyst » Delve, Schleswig-Holstein - Australia - Looking For 5-10 years experience in an economist or consumer finance insights based role Strong understanding of financial markets... • Fri, 24 MayING
Consumer Finance Analyst » Australia - Join Australia’s most recommended bank as a Consumer Finance Analyst and play a pivotal role in shaping financial literacy and well-being for Australians – helping make sense of the key economic trends, consumer behaviours and spending insights that we capture every day. If you’re passionate about connecting the dots between data, insight and story-telling, then you will shine in this role with the support of leading creative, research and media agencies, digital communications and brand marketing experts. On top of that, you’ll have access to cross-functional analytics and customer insight experts to gather, plan, produce and distribute content daily for ING. Sound like your thing? Read on below… What You’ll Do Analyse Economic Data: dissect economic data, identify patterns, correlations, and emerging trends. By understanding the economic landscape, you’ll contribute valuable insights to guide financial content creation and create rich conversations with our customers Uncover Consumer Insights: As a keen observer, you’ll delve into consumer behaviour—what motivates spending, saving, and investment choices. Your insights will help our customers understand the drivers of their decision making, the products they choose and the outlook on their personal financial situation Create Engaging Content: Crafting financial content that combines insightful analysis with engaging storytelling empowers individuals to navigate their financial journey with confidence and clarity. Your mission: to make Australians feel more confident and informed about their money matters What We’re Looking For 5-10 years experience in an economist or consumer finance insights based role Strong understanding of financial markets, economy and retail banking RG146 certified or willingness to obtain Exposure working with customer intelligence functions Someone confident in their public speaking ability, comfortable speaking to a national tv audience What's in it for you? Discounted ING Health Insurance An additional Rest Day to support your well being An IMPACT day to volunteer on approved sustainability activity to give back to our community About Us At ING, we want to make life simpler and more worthwhile – for everyone who banks with us, for the people who work with us, and the community at large, too. When you come to work at ING, you’re joining a team where individuality isn’t just accepted, it’s encouraged. We’ve built a culture that’s fun, friendly and supportive – it’s the kind of place where you can be yourself and make the most of whatever you have to offer. We give people the freedom to think differently, take ownership of their work, and make great things happen. We’re here to help you get ahead. And with our global network, there’s plenty of scope to take your career in new directions, perhaps even ones you’ve never considered. We are all about celebrating success and as a result we are proud to be a WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality and a certified Family Inclusive workplace. Sound like the kind of place you’d feel at home? We’d love to hear from you. (One last thing, ING operates a direct talent sourcing model. So no agency introductions, please.) Need more? Contact Jack Foulger at jack.foulgering.com . Apply • Fri, 24 MayING
Applied Economist - Input-Output Analysis » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Acknowledgement of Country CSIRO acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land, sea and waters, of the area that we live and work on across Australia. We acknowledge their continuing connection to their culture and pay our respects to their Elders past and present. View our vision towards reconciliation Child safety CSIRO is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people involved in our activities and programs. View our Child Safe Policy . The opportunity Bring your expertise in EE-IO and LCA into one of CSIRO’s key research areas Exciting role within a supportive multi-disciplinary team, with great career development on offer Join CSIRO – Australia’s National Science Agency – and create valuable impact CSIRO’s Environment Business Unit brings together capabilities in marine, atmospheric, water and terrestrial environment disciplines, as well as significant social and economic research, to align and support the nation in creating a better and more sustainable future. Partnering with a variety of internal stakeholders across the organisation, as well as other external R&D, government, university, industry and community stakeholders, together, we are addressing Australia’s biggest environment challenges by translating complex science into essential decision ready information and tools. In line with this, ‘ Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) ’ is one of CSIRO’s essential areas of research, and our team specialises in combining innovative social processes with robust data-driven tools, integrated assessments and approaches, to assist policy, business and infrastructure planning and material decisions in accelerating innovation in cities and ways to influence consumer behaviour. Our research aims to provide a whole-of-systems view of the sustainability of our built environment and how to improve it. As an Applied Economist within this dynamic research team, you will bring your skills, domain knowledge and experience to play a key role in enhancing CSIRO’s research capability to our multi-disciplinary approach to sustainability transitions. You will be responsible for using your expertise in environmentally extended input-output (EE-IO) analysis and life cycle analysis (LCA) to develop a comprehensive view of the interconnections between industries and the environment within both the Australian and global economies, and provide insights into the relationship of economic activity and environmental footprint. Your research will be used for creating a better understanding of the importance of economic processes of consumption and production for environmental outcomes, and decision making in several key areas of environmental economic policy, including achieving net zero emissions and a circular economy. If you have a keen interest in this field and applying them to real-world contexts, this role would be an exciting opportunity for you to collaborate with other research & industry professionals to further develop your skills and experience CSIRO champions in providing a diverse and inclusive culture, supports flexible work arrangements, and offers you excellent professional development opportunities to grow your career. Your duties will include: Applying specialist technical skills in economics and environmentally extended input-output analysis to inform decision making to reduce environmental impacts and improve sustainability outcomes. Applying existing I-O frameworks such as the GLORIA database and developing nested I-O tables for subnational analysis, urban analysis embedded in global supply chains. Identifying environmental footprints for different environmental pressures and impacts for different economic sectors, provision systems and final demand categories. Working collaboratively as part of a multi-disciplinary research team, developing strong working relationships and a focus on integration, in support of CSIRO’s science and impact objectives. Assisting in the planning and preparation of research proposals and carrying out research investigations, requiring originality, creativity and innovation. Drawing on professional expertise, knowledge of other disciplines and research experience to recognise opportunities for innovation and generate new theoretical perspectives by pursuing new ideas/approaches and networking with scientific colleagues across a range of disciplines. Location: Canberra (Black Mountain), ACT Salary: AU$110K – AU$119K pa up to 15.4% superannuation Tenure: Specified Term of 3 years; Full-time Reference: 96884 To be considered you will need: A PhD (or an equivalent combination of qualifications and research experience) in a relevant field such as environmental economics, ecological economics or industrial ecology. Demonstrated skills in environmentally extended input-output analysis, and skills in hybrid analysis of EE-IO and LCA. Proven ability to undertake I-O analysis using MATLAB or a commensurate platform. Demonstrated ability to undertake original, creative and innovative research by generating and pursuing novel ideas and solutions to scientific research problems. A demonstrated history of authorship of scientific publications in relevant peer reviewed scientific journals and/or reports, as well as grant applications, and tool development. A record of accomplishment in communication of research findings and application of data-driven science and technology to inform decision making. For full details about this role please review the Position Description . Eligibility Applications for this position are open to all candidates – Australian/New Zealand Citizens, Australian Permanent Residents, or candidates who either hold, or are able to obtain, a valid working visa for the duration of the specified term (visa sponsorship and relocation assistance may be provided to the successful candidate if required). Appointment to this role is subject to provision of a national police check and may be subject to other security/medical/character requirements. Flexible working arrangements We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Diversity and inclusion We are working hard to recruit people representing the diversity across our society, and ensure that all our people feel supported to do their best work and feel empowered to let their ideas flourish. About CSIRO At CSIRO Australia's national science agency, we solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. We put the safety and wellbeing of our people above all else and earn trust everywhere because we only deal in facts. We collaborate widely and generously and deliver solutions with real impact. CSIRO is committed to values-based leadership to inspire performance and unlock the potential of our people. Join us and start creating tomorrow today How to apply Please apply online, and provide a CV and a detailed cover letter that best demonstrate your motivation and ability to meet the requirements of this role. Please note that we strongly recommend that you respond to each of the selection criteria in detail , and attach it to your cover letter as one document. Applications close 23 June 2024, 11:00pm AEST • Wed, 22 MayCSIRO
Applied Economist - Input-Output Analysis » Canberra, ACT - environment and how to improve it. As an Applied Economist within this dynamic research team, you will bring your skills, domain... • Tue, 21 MayCSIRO$110000 - 119000 per year
Regulatory Economist - Gas & Electricity Markets » Australia - To apply for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter detailing your relevant experience and qualifications infodarcyweil.com Our client, a leading Australian integrated energy company, is currently seeking a highly skilled Regulatory Economist to join their dynamic team, focusing on gas and electricity markets. The successful candidate will play a pivotal role in shaping the company's regulatory strategy by providing expert economic analysis and insights into the evolving regulatory landscape. Collaboration with internal stakeholders and regulatory bodies is essential to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and drive positive outcomes for both the company and its customers. Key Responsibilities: Conduct economic analysis of gas and electricity markets, including pricing, demand, and regulatory frameworks. Monitor and assess regulatory developments and policy changes affecting the energy industry, providing insights and recommendations to senior management. Engage with regulatory bodies, industry stakeholders, and government agencies to advocate for the company's interests and influence regulatory outcomes. Develop and maintain economic models and tools to support regulatory compliance and decision-making processes. Provide strategic advice on regulatory matters, including tariff structures, market design, and compliance obligations. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to develop regulatory submissions, responses to consultation papers, and policy positions. Prepare and deliver presentations, reports, and briefings to internal and external stakeholders on regulatory issues and market trends. Stay abreast of industry best practices and emerging trends in energy regulation, contributing to the company's thought leadership in the energy sector. Support regulatory compliance activities, including regulatory reporting, audits, and compliance reviews. Identify opportunities for process improvements and efficiency gains in regulatory processes and procedures. Act as a subject matter expert on regulatory economics, providing guidance and support to colleagues across the organization. Qualifications and Experience: Bachelor's degree in economics, finance, or a related field. Proven experience in regulatory economics, preferably within the energy industry. Strong understanding of gas and electricity markets, regulatory frameworks, and policy dynamics. Proficiency in economic modeling, statistical analysis, and data visualization tools. Excellent communication and stakeholder engagement skills, with the ability to convey complex economic concepts to non-technical audiences. Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment, managing multiple priorities and deadlines. Analytical mindset with a strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills. Collaborative approach with a willingness to work cross-functionally and adapt to changing requirements. Benefits: Competitive salary package commensurate with experience and qualifications. Flexible work arrangements, including options for working from home. Opportunities for professional development and career growth within a leading energy company. Access to employee benefits such as healthcare, wellness programs, and employee assistance programs. A supportive and inclusive work culture that values diversity and innovation. For further information contact: Ivan Pignataro | Director St James Building, Mezzanine 555 Bourke Street, Naarm Country, Melbourne VIC 3000 T: 61 3 9999 7409 M: 0416 507 856 E: ivandarcyweil.com NOTE: Applicants must have current working rights for the region. • Thu, 16 MayD'Arcy Weil
Growth Strategy Lead for AP » Australia - Our Purpose We work to connect and power an inclusive, digital economy that benefits everyone, everywhere by making transactions safe, simple, smart and accessible. Using secure data and networks, partnerships and passion, our innovations and solutions help individuals, financial institutions, governments and businesses realize their greatest potential. Our decency quotient, or DQ, drives our culture and everything we do inside and outside of our company. We cultivate a culture of inclusion for all employees that respects their individual strengths, views, and experiences. We believe that our differences enable us to be a better team - one that makes better decisions, drives innovation and delivers better business results. Title and Summary Growth Strategy Lead for AP Overview The Mastercard Economics Institute (MEI) is an economics lab that drives macroeconomic thought leadership in support of Mastercard's efforts to build a more inclusive and sustainable digital economy The Economics Institute was launched in 2020 to analyze macroeconomic trends through the lens of the consumer to deliver tailored and actionable insights on economic issues for customers, partners and policymakers The Institute is composed of a team of economists and data scientists that utilize & synthesize the anonymized and aggregated data from the Mastercard network together with public data to bring powerful insights to life, in the form of 1:1 presentations, global thought leadership, media participation, and commercial work through the Economics Practice About the role We are looking for an expert on the nuances of the Asia Pacific business environment who can lead our commercial growth strategy in the region. This expert can connect complex business challenges to the value in economics solutions, lead business development for the Economics Institute, and source and cultivate delivery excellence for Europe with assistance of the global MEI team and local practice leads. This individual will report to the Head of Commercialization and have the following responsibilities: Act as point person in Asia Pacific to coordinate between MEI, the Economics Practice, Consulting teams, and external stakeholders to identify, scope, and staff consulting engagements Use regional nuances to build out, refine, and own the Economics Practice segment and product go-to-market strategy in coordination with global practice lead Engage in broader business development in Asia Pacific for Consulting, Insight & Analytics and Consulting & Innovation teams by joining key client meetings, developing and/or localizing MEI collateral, and informing marketing campaigns Ensure delivery excellence in coordination with regional Economics Practice lead, including but not limited to: sourcing and developing local talent pipeline; participating in project deliveries and providing feedback; and identifying client use case nuances or unmet needs Collaborate with MEI and business/product owners to develop and deliver on new services for Asia Pacific (size the market, scope requirements, address customer and product needs) Partner with Head of Commercialization Strategy on group build out including infrastructure and strategy Support development of MEI value proposition for other regions by being available for above functions outside of Asia Pacific on an as-needed basis, especially while the practice goes from start-up phase to maturity About you strong collaborator working across cross functional teams within the Institute and the broader Mastercard teams; successful track record driving results from within a matrixed organization deep experience with commercial pipeline management and trade-offs methodical approach to project management, for both revenue-gen and internal work familiarity with the field of global economics consulting and data products demonstrated ability to manage complex projects and timelines effectively and handling evolving situations fluidly enthusiasm for talent management and development, as owner of regional project pipeline responsible for recommending staffing plans and securing team resources against production calendar and commitments openness to new ideas, approaches, challenges and environments strong stakeholder management skills necessary both for prioritization, development and deployment of new offerings within Mastercard, and for project execution with Mastercard's target audience of senior business leaders local language skills a plus Corporate Security Responsibility All activities involving access to Mastercard assets, information, and networks comes with an inherent risk to the organization and, therefore, it is expected that every person working for, or on behalf of, Mastercard is responsible for information security and must: Abide by Mastercard's security policies and practices; Ensure the confidentiality and integrity of the information being accessed; Report any suspected information security violation or breach, and Complete all periodic mandatory security trainings in accordance with Mastercard's guidelines. • Thu, 16 MayMasterCard
Growth Strategy Lead for AP » St Leonards, Willoughby Area - Our Purpose We work to connect and power an inclusive, digital economy that benefits everyone, everywhere by making transactions safe, simple, smart and accessible. Using secure data and networks, partnerships and passion, our innovations and solutions help individuals, financial institutions, governments and businesses realize their greatest potential. Our decency quotient, or DQ, drives our culture and everything we do inside and outside of our company. We cultivate a culture of inclusion (https://www.mastercard.us/en-us/vision/who-we-are/diversity-inclusion.html) for all employees that respects their individual strengths, views, and experiences. We believe that our differences enable us to be a better team - one that makes better decisions, drives innovation and delivers better business results. Title and Summary Growth Strategy Lead for AP Overview - The Mastercard Economics Institute (MEI) is an economics lab that drives macroeconomic thought leadership in support of Mastercard's efforts to build a more inclusive and sustainable digital economy - The Economics Institute was launched in 2020 to analyze macroeconomic trends through the lens of the consumer to deliver tailored and actionable insights on economic issues for customers, partners and policymakers - The Institute is composed of a team of economists and data scientists that utilize & synthesize the anonymized and aggregated data from the Mastercard network together with public data to bring powerful insights to life, in the form of 1:1 presentations, global thought leadership, media participation, and commercial work through the Economics Practice About the role We are looking for an expert on the nuances of the Asia Pacific business environment who can lead our commercial growth strategy in the region. This expert can connect complex business challenges to the value in economics solutions, lead business development for the Economics Institute, and source and cultivate delivery excellence for Europe with assistance of the global MEI team and local practice leads. This individual will report to the Head of Commercialization and have the following responsibilities: - Act as point person in Asia Pacific to coordinate between MEI, the Economics Practice, Consulting teams, and external stakeholders to identify, scope, and staff consulting engagements - Use regional nuances to build out, refine, and own the Economics Practice segment and product go-to-market strategy in coordination with global practice lead - Engage in broader business development in Asia Pacific for Consulting, Insight & Analytics and Consulting & Innovation teams by joining key client meetings, developing and/or localizing MEI collateral, and informing marketing campaigns - Ensure delivery excellence in coordination with regional Economics Practice lead, including but not limited to: sourcing and developing local talent pipeline; participating in project deliveries and providing feedback; and identifying client use case nuances or unmet needs - Collaborate with MEI and business/product owners to develop and deliver on new services for Asia Pacific (size the market, scope requirements, address customer and product needs) - Partner with Head of Commercialization Strategy on group build out including infrastructure and strategy - Support development of MEI value proposition for other regions by being available for above functions outside of Asia Pacific on an as-needed basis, especially while the practice goes from start-up phase to maturity About you - strong collaborator working across cross functional teams within the Institute and the broader Mastercard teams; successful track record driving results from within a matrixed organization - deep experience with commercial pipeline management and trade-offs - methodical approach to project management, for both revenue-gen and internal work - familiarity with the field of global economics consulting and data products - demonstrated ability to manage complex projects and timelines effectively and handling evolving situations fluidly - enthusiasm for talent management and development, as owner of regional project pipeline responsible for recommending staffing plans and securing team resources against production calendar and commitments - openness to new ideas, approaches, challenges and environments - strong stakeholder management skills necessary both for prioritization, development and deployment of new offerings within Mastercard, and for project execution with Mastercard's target audience of senior business leaders - local language skills a plus Corporate Security Responsibility All activities involving access to Mastercard assets, information, and networks comes with an inherent risk to the organization and, therefore, it is expected that every person working for, or on behalf of, Mastercard is responsible for information security and must: - Abide by Mastercard's security policies and practices; - Ensure the confidentiality and integrity of the information being accessed; - Report any suspected information security violation or breach, and - Complete all periodic mandatory security trainings in accordance with Mastercard's guidelines. • Wed, 15 MayMastercard
Regulatory Advisor (Economist) » Melbourne, VIC - strategies to garner their support for key regulatory initiatives. If you're passionate about applying an economist's lens... • Tue, 14 MayJemena
Regulatory Economist - Leading Energy Retailer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Join our client, a leading energy retailer, as a Regulatory Economist; shape policies, ensure compliance, and drive innovation. Our client is a leading Australian energy retailer and one of the country's largest electricity generators, committed to providing reliable and sustainable energy solutions. With a focus on innovation and environmental responsibility, our client is at the forefront of shaping the future of the energy industry. Our client is seeking a talented and experienced Regulatory Economist to join their dynamic team. As a Regulatory Economist, the successful candidate will play a crucial role in analysing regulatory frameworks, conducting economic assessments, and providing strategic insights to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. This position offers a unique opportunity to contribute to shaping regulatory policies and optimizing economic outcomes in the energy sector. Key Responsibilities: Conduct economic analysis and research to support regulatory submissions and compliance activities for our client. Evaluate regulatory policies, market trends, and industry developments to assess their impact on our client's operations. Develop economic models and forecasts to support decision-making processes and regulatory negotiations. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to assess the financial implications of regulatory changes and develop strategic responses. Engage with regulatory authorities and stakeholders to advocate for favourable regulatory outcomes and influence policy decisions. Monitor and report on regulatory developments, market dynamics, and competitive trends affecting the energy industry. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Economics, Finance, or related field. Master's degree preferred. 2-3 years of experience in regulatory economics, energy markets, or a related field. Strong analytical skills with proficiency in economic modeling, statistical analysis, and data interpretation. Sound understanding of regulatory frameworks, market mechanisms, and economic principles relevant to the energy industry. Excellent communication and presentation skills, with the ability to convey complex economic concepts to diverse audiences. Proven track record of delivering high-quality analysis, reports, and presentations within tight deadlines. Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment, adapting to changing priorities and business needs. Demonstrated commitment to professional development and staying abreast of emerging trends and best practices in regulatory economics. Why Join Our Client: Opportunity to work for a leading player in the energy industry with a strong reputation for innovation and sustainability. Dynamic and collaborative work environment with a focus on personal and professional growth. Competitive salary package, including performance-based incentives and benefits. Access to ongoing training and development programs to enhance your skills and expertise. Opportunity to make a meaningful impact by contributing to regulatory strategies that shape the future of the energy sector. For direct inquiries please, contact: Ivan Pignataro Director, D'Arcy Weil St James Building, Mezzanine 555 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 T: 61 3 9999 7409 M: 0416 507 856 E: ivandarcyweil.com Note: Only candidates with current Australian working rights will be considered • Tue, 14 MayD'Arcy Weil
Regulatory Advisor (Economist) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Career Development Pathways Annual Bonus & Group Benefits Work / life balance focusing on you and your family additional annual leave options Primary & secondary parental leave & well-being/family support benefits Regulatory Advisor – Electricity About Us Jemena is an Australian energy company who owns and operates over $11.5 Billion worth of gas and electricity transportation assets across Australia supplying millions of households and businesses with essential services every day. About the role: Join us in shaping the future of the electricity industry as a Regulatory Advisor. We're seeking passionate economists to contribute to our dynamic environment where quality policy and regulatory analysis thrive. In this role, you'll be at the forefront of regulatory development, offering strategic advice and delivering services that drive impactful change. Your day-to-day will involve providing timely, precise, and insightful regulatory advice aligned with Jemena's commercial and customer-centric goals. You'll be instrumental in developing economic analyses, models, and submissions crucial for decision-making processes, especially in the context of five-yearly price reset regulatory submissions. Collaboration is key here. You'll work closely with various teams within Jemena Networks and Finance, ensuring the seamless coordination and high-quality review of our regulatory submissions. Leading and supporting the strategic and quality review of annual submissions will be part of your mandate, ensuring compliance with regulatory obligations. As a thought leader, you'll offer ad-hoc compliance advice on regulatory matters, staying ahead of the curve by communicating new compliance obligations to the business proactively. Engaging with customers will also be a significant aspect of your role, as you implement strategies to garner their support for key regulatory initiatives. If you're passionate about applying an economist's lens to regulatory strategy development and enjoy engaging with customers to drive positive outcomes, we invite you to be a part of our team. Together, let's shape the future of energy regulation and customer engagement in the electricity industry. About you: Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, Commerce, Law, Business Broad but detailed knowledge of the current status and emerging trends of electricity and other utilities industries, including a working knowledge of the relevant state and national policies, the energy industry regulatory structure, energy markets, licences, codes and contracts. A breadth of regulatory knowledge spanning multiple utility sectors is desirable. A sound understanding of the economic, corporate finance, legal, and commercial principles that underpin utility markets and their regulation. Sound skills in financial analysis, cost-benefit analysis, problem-solving, planning and organisation, and business acumen. Sound interpersonal and communications skills, written and verbal, capable of influencing staff, peers and external stakeholders—including experience in the preparing and presenting to management and formal submissions. Proficiency with Microsoft Excel models and modelling quality assurance, Microsoft Word and PowerPoint Why you should come and work for us. Our people are our greatest strength and inspiration so having various flexible working options, paid parental leave and leave purchase plans amongst many other benefits are key foundational elements on which we have built our success. We are passionate about what we do and we are proud of who we are. Safety is the cornerstone of our organisation and respect for community and country is the keystone that locks in place our Group Values. Diversity/Inclusion We understand and value the multiple strengths and contributions of a diverse workforce, the ability hybrid where possible, and our Reconciliation Action Plan is demonstrated commitment to employment, business, and partnership opportunities with Australia’s First Peoples. . We actively encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. When you join Jemena, you become part of our diverse, inclusive and passionate team, where you can be your committed self. Recruitment Process As part of Jemena’s recruitment process, you will be required to undergo pre-employment checks. Notice to Third Parties: Jemena does not accept unsolicited resumes (or liability associated with fees or costs) from recruitment agencies, search firms or third parties. Interested candidates are welcome to submit their application independently. • Mon, 13 MayJemena
Manager - Transport Planner (Brisbane) » Brisbane, QLD - Job Description Manager: Transport Planner / Transport Modeller / Transport Economist Planning & Infrastructure...: Transport Planner / Transport Modeller / Transport Economist - Manager (Brisbane) As our team grows nationally, we have a new... • Sat, 11 MayKPMG

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