Job description


  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Frankfurt am Main


Your Team
You will be part of the Forecasting and Policy Modelling Division in the Directorate General Economics. The Division develops and maintains macroeconomic models and tools for forecasting and policy analysis and the corresponding data and model platforms.In your role as Economist, you will be part of a dynamic and experienced team of 15 members of staff that strives for continuous innovation to make a positive impact on the lives of European citizens.The ECB is an inclusive employer and we strive to reflect the diversity of the population we serve. We encourage you to apply, irrespective of your gender, gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability or other characteristics. Your Role As an Economist in the Division, you will:contribute to the enhancement of the Division’s current set of models and tools;apply models and tools for forecasting and policy analysis;conduct research to support model and tool development.The position offers you a unique opportunity to conduct quantitative analysis building on recent advances in macroeconomics and related fields, in close collaboration with staff in other divisions of the Directorate General Economics as well as in the Directorates General Monetary Policy and Research Qualifications, experience and skills a PhD in economics, preferably with a focus on macroeconomics, monetary economics, or macroeconometrics, or PhD studies in these areas nearing completion;have authored research papers that have the potential to be published in peer-reviewed academic journals;if the PhD was awarded more than three years ago, experience in the development and use of models and tools that constitute best practice according to recent academic developments and a commensurate publication record in peer-reviewed academic journals;excellent presentation and communication skills;an advanced (C1) command of English and an intermediate (B1) command of at least one other official language of the EU, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, .You engage collaboratively with others. You pursue team goals and learn willingly from other people’s diverse perspectives. You signal any need for change by explaining it and proposing alternative solutions. You analyse complex information effectively and can evaluate different views to arrive at solutions. You know and anticipate stakeholder needs. Further Information

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