Purpose of Job
The Analyst, Economics (Sector) is a member of the Sector Economics and Policy (SEP) pillar in EPG. He/she supports the work of sector economists in the SEP pillar by providing support to project work and TI methodology implementation in the Monarch application. The Data Analyst, Economics (Sector) also plays a key role in reporting on and analysing the results of the assessment and monitoring the projects’ portfolio for their achieved transition impact, as well as fine-tuning the content (i.e. assessment questions) of the underlying application.. In addition, the Data Analyst supports the Principal economist – TI methodology in bank-wide or external initiatives in the areas of impact assessment methodologies, results and impact investing.
Accountabilities and Responsibilities
- Assisting sector economists, during all stages of project work related to the Monarch application, from project design and assessment to post-signing monitoring, with a focus on questionnaire updates and issues resolution;
- Provide analysis and visualisations of the Assessment and Monitoring of the transition impact of Bank’s operations (TOMS/TIMS);
- Support the work on Theory of Change (ToC) implementation in Monarch through updated TI questions, FW objectives, indicators, and enhancements to the application and liaise with the IT and Data Management team accordingly
Knowledge, Skills, Experience & Qualifications
- A Master’s degree in economics or a related field (e.g data science) from a leading university or a relevant Bachelor’s degree with >2 years of relevant professional experience.
- Prior work experience of applied microeconomics (e.g., in a relevant government institution), or in banking, industry, commerce or agribusiness would be an advantage;
- Strong analytical and quantitative skills, including knowledge of Excel. Facility with other database/analytic software (e.g. Tableau or EBX especially) would be a strong advantage;
- Excellent written and oral communication skills in English;
- Familiarity with the EBRD region of operations and work or study experience in the region is helpful;
Diversity is one of the Bank’s core values which are at the heart of everything it does. A diverse workforce with the right knowledge and skills enables connection with our clients, brings pioneering ideas, energy and innovation. The EBRD staff is characterised by its rich diversity of nationalities, cultures and opinions and we aim to sustain and build on this strength. As such, the EBRD seeks to ensure that everyone is treated with respect and given equal opportunities and works in an inclusive environment. The EBRD encourages all qualified candidates who are nationals of the EBRD member countries to apply regardless of their racial, ethnic, religious and cultural background, gender, sexual orientation or disabilities. As an inclusive employer, we promote flexible working.