• Work with industry experts & leaders in their profession
  • Flexible and dynamic work environment  
  • Work for a rapidly growing, multi-disciplinary property business with a great team culture and company benefits

Who we are:

Urbis is people focussed, and we want the best for our team, our clients, and our friends. Our mission is about helping people be themselves and create meaningful, environmentally friendly cities & communities. Work with us because we want to make a difference, be innovative and be problem solvers. The skills you have are important because we elevate each other by being authentic and collaborative. We're looking for individuals who are driven and inspire those around them. Being at Urbis doesn't mean you are just a planner, heritage consultant, designer, or team administrator. Everyone gets to influence outcomes here, that's how we shape our clients, cities, communities, and future.

Urbis, you can ‘Be authentic and make a difference'.

The Opportunity:

Our Property Economics & Research (PER) team works at the cutting edge of property and urban economics analysis, combining economics and big data analytics to provide creative evidence – based answers to society's most challenging questions. We are looking for enthusiastic individual to join our PER Perth team.

The role will be supported by highly experienced Directors and a market leading Property Economics & Research team. You will have the opportunity to work with other business units and interstate teams on various projects.

You will:

  • Have exposure to a diverse range of projects from affordable housing to assessing population growth impacts from Covid-19, major infrastructure projects and master planning of precincts.
  • Be provided with opportunities to explore, develop and present projects related to your personal areas/sectors of interest.
  • Undertake comprehensive and innovative research and analysis to assist the team deliver robust evidence-based advice to clients.
  • Provide personal critical thinking and analysis on a range of qualitative and quantitative data for consulting assignments.
  • Undertake highly technical economic modelling to answer client challenges with quantifiable evidence.
  • Prepare reports, presentations and other outputs.
  • Utilise internal databases, business intelligence dashboards and Microsoft Office products to assist with day-to-day pieces of analysis.
  • Remain aware and interested in current economic and financial news relevant to Urbis' core.
  • Have the opportunity to communicate directly with clients on projects.
  • Compile datasets and maintain databases.
  • If you choose, have the opportunity to develop skills in relation to big-data analytics (SQL, Python) and business intelligence (i.e. PowerBI) to advance your ability to solve challenging client problems.

About You:

  • This role would suit a recent graduate or a university student in their final year, looking to transition to a full-time position following the completion of their studies.
  • Completed, or about to complete, undergraduate qualifications in Economics, Property Economics, Business/Finance, Mathematics, Statistics, Science, or related degree.
  • A familiarity and interest in developing skills in the Microsoft Office suite (including Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
  • Comprehensive communication skills, both verbally and written.
  • Able to effectively prioritise and multi-task.
  • Analytical skills with an ability to interpret and critically review data.

Why Urbis?

The heart of Urbis is our people, we believe every employee has the right to be invested with good leadership, a competitive salary, in house learning and career development opportunities. We pride ourselves in empowering our employees and supporting them to be the best they can be. You will have the benefits of salary continuance insurance, generous parental leave policy for both primary & secondary carers, work life balance, health & wellbeing programs and much more.

Urbis is committed to fostering a work environment that is inclusive, supports flexibility, and welcomes diversity. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply?

If you are an enthusiastic candidate, with the desire to become part of a driven and highly professional team, please visit our website and submit an application. Email us at careers@urbis.com.au if you have any questions.

Recruitment Agencies - thank you for thinking of us.  We do endeavour to fill our opportunities through direct channels wherever possible, however, if we find that we do need agency assistance, we'll be in touch.



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