Are you interested in harnessing your economics, policy and analytical skills to promote the ongoing interests of consumers, taxpayers and citizens of NSW?
The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) makes regulatory decisions and provides advice to the NSW Government to promote the ongoing interests of the consumers, taxpayers and citizens of NSW. We are the independent pricing regulator for water, public transport and local government in NSW, and provide economic and regulatory advice to the NSW Government across a range of other sectors and matters.
About the Role
You will be part of a close, collaborative team that makes a difference to NSW.
As a Principal Analyst, you will deliver research, technical analysis, presentations and projects to support the Tribunal’s decisions on prices and related matters. You may also work on reviews of various sectors of the economy, which recommend improvements to encourage competition, boost NSW’s productivity and raise the community’s living standards.
You will manage and plan the delivery of multiple complex technical issues and deliver a portfolio of work. You will manage aspects of pricing reviews, provide advice and analysis to the Tribunal on complex economic/financial issues, and produce high quality public reports. To do this you will need to have leadership and mentoring skills, collaborate effectively across teams and external stakeholders, and have a high level of communication (both oral and written) skills.
Who are we looking for?
The essential requirements for the role are:
How do I apply?
1. A cover letter stating why you’re suited to the role (maximum of 1 page)
2. A response to the targeted question below (maximum 2 pages).
3. Your CV (maximum of 5 pages) that details your experience.
1. Housing affordability is a key challenge for NSW. What are the key demand- and supply-side factors that influence housing affordability? What policy recommendations would you make to the NSW Government to address the problem, and why? What analysis would you conduct to evaluate the impacts of your recommendations?
Closing Date: 11:59pm, 15th August 2019
For enquiries regarding this position, please contact Anthony Rush – Director (Anthony_Rush@ipart.nsw.gov.au or
Working at IPART
The successful applicant will join a high performing culture of talented people, who are highly motivated and will guide you to develop the skills and capabilities that will set you up to succeed.
Additionally you will enjoy:
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IPART is an EEO employer and welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultures and people with a disability. At IPART, we endeavour to make roles flexible. While this role is advertised as full time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly.