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Mandarin speaking Job-China Economist-ww-London

  • to £60k plus excellent benefits.
  • Permanent
  • Central London
  • Ref: 20116

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Your New Mandarin Job Title: Mandarin Chinese speaking Senior China Economist (sponsorship)-London

The Skills You'll Need: Fluent Mandarin and English, Masters and Bachelors degree in Economics (minimum 2.1 or equivalent) ideally from a top tier university, proven economic excellence in analysing the Chinese Economy

Your New Salary: to £60k plus excellent benefits.

Location: London

Who You'll Be Working for:

Our client is a global company providing analysis on specialist markets.

What You'll be Doing Each Day:

  • Provide first rate analysis of China, drawing on data and models as required
  • Provide commentary on key Chinese data releases and policy actions
  • Review and produce a 5-year view for the key drivers of Chinese economic growth
  • Communicate the story that supports your China view to internal and external clients
  • Maintain a deep and current understanding of the economic, financial and political forces shaping China’s economy
  • Maintain/update the long-term China forecast to 2050, which includes regional components
  • Own and update our China end use model (construction, vehicles, etc)
  • Coordinate the view on China costs with our Beijing/Shanghai offices
  • Support the Economics team by helping to produce the global forecast, supporting junior members of the team as needed
  • Write Special Feature (analytical pieces) on China, other economies and global issues to showcase our economic expertise

The Skills You'll Need to Succeed:

  • Fluent Mandarin and English language skills
  • Masters and Bachelors degree in Economics (minimum 2.1 or equivalent) ideally from a top tier university
  • Proven economic excellence in analysing the Chinese Economy
  • Ability to use, maintain, and develop the data and models required to produce short and long-term forecasts
  • Ability to construct a compelling narrative and have the confidence to express and defend it
  • Proficiency in Excel, including chart creation and data organisation
  • Be a flexible team player, covering other tasks and regions as required
  • Proficiency with statistical software, such as R or E-view
  • Experience using a macro model for forecasting (e.g. Oxford Economics)
  • Experience working in a central bank, the public sector or an international organisation

Job status: Permanent

Start date: ASAP

Working hours: 9-5.30 with respect for a good work-life balance

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