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About the Role

The Associate Director, Applied Economics will lead project teams to develop highly effective advice, based on economic analysis, to inform strategy, policy and investment decisions that facilitate the delivery of major initiatives. This will include developing compelling, innovative and fit-for-purpose materials to communicate complex economic concepts and the results of data analysis.

Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description

About the Branch

The Economic Development Branch in Investment NSW provides strategic economic analysis and advice to inform strategy, policy and investment decisions across the agency and NSW Government. 

About you

We are looking for an Associate Director who can successfully:

  • ‘tell a story with data’ and communicate complex economic concepts to build a compelling case, developing options and influencing decision makers
  • lead projects that include economic research and analysis on a wide range of industry, regional and economic issues, and create the fit-for-purpose materials, including business cases, that make the results accessible and valued
  • develop effective relationships with key stakeholders to ensure analysis is robust and coordinated.

Required knowledge, skills & experience

  • Tertiary qualifications in economics, commerce or other related fields undertaking significant economic analysis or equivalent knowledge.
  • Extensive experience in applying economic principles, undertaking research projects, developing and evaluating policy and strategy options, and clearly communicating complex economic analysis in various forms.
  • Demonstrated project management, stakeholder engagement and policy development skills.

Interested in applying?

To learn more about the role and the application process through I work for NSW please click here to apply now.

Salary:Clerk Grade 11/12. Package includes base salary ($128,473- $148,578) plus superannuation and leave loading.

Closing date: Sunday, 9 May 2021 (11:59 PM)

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