Deloitte Access Economics - Economic & Policy Analyst
Part researcher. Part strategist. You are sure to grow your economic and policy skills at Deloitte by working on the most pressing issues facing the Australian economy.
What will your typical day look like? You are a systematic yet creative economist, who loves using a variety of quantitative and qualitative analytical frameworks, models and techniques to assess economic issues. You will capture your findings in reports and craft compelling presentations to influence key decision makers in the nation's largest commercial organisations and Government. More specifically, you will be involved in providing expertise on competition, regulatory and network economics, access pricing, regulatory finance, and the market and regulatory design for utility services, telecommunications and water sectors.
As part of a team, you will make an impact on electricity market reform, the development of strategic priorities for governments and help regulators and businesses assess the impacts of changes in regulations and policy. About the team We are Australiaâ€™s largest team of economists in delivering rare insights to help public and private sector organisations plan for the future. We offer economic and policy advisory services to clients across government and the private and not-for-profit sectors, and pride ourselves on providing the highest calibre analysis and advice.
Every single day with Deloitte Access Economics (DAE) is different. Here is some of the impact the Regulatory & Competition Economics team (within DAE) has made: We analysed the costs to government of whistleblower policy We assessed the costs and benefits of regulation of the transport of dangerous goods We assisted on a business case for investment in Victoriaâ€™s parks estate We assessed the costs and benefits of different options in the regulatory framework for residential tenancies We undertook regulatory analysis of proposed labour hire regulations addressing exploitation of vulnerable workers. Enough about us, letâ€™s talk about you.
You will have two to five yearsâ€™ experience as an economist, researcher or policy advisor, at either a consulting firm, central agency, regulator or relevant policy maker within governments. You will bring a combination of the following skills, attributes and experiences to our team: working within and around government guidelines and frameworks (including business case, regulatory impact, cost recovery, best practice regulation) familiarity with prod development, market design issues and regulatory competition high level conceptual and critical thinking skills developing quantitative and qualitative analysis to support decision making applying analytical frameworks using economic and financial skills drafting well-structured, evidence based and persuasive reports suitable for a variety of audiences desire to work in a fast-paced and influential project team environment tertiary qualifications in economics, finance, mathematics, public p....