Full-Time Health Economist – Bahrain
When examining issues, the Economist employs a diverse set of economic and public policy abilities. Cross-examining company and intervention witnesses is a requirement of the job. Reviewing, assessing, and making oral and writing recommendations for the Commission on utility petitions for base rate revenue needs, base revenue allocations, rate design, additional surcharges, and financing agreements. In addition, the Economist assists with all aspects of assigned cases, including preparing information requests, interrogating expert witnesses during hearings, producing memoranda and policy suggestions, and authoring parts of orders.
Job Title : Health Economist
Location : Bahrain, Bahrain, Bahrain
Salary : $ 41.68 per hour.
Company : The Economist Newspaper Limited
Job Type : Full-Time
- Communicate economic concepts and quantitative data to non-technical audiences orally and in writing, and work with other economists and top-level executives.
- Contribute to the development of the department’s toolbox and products to satisfy business demands, including the introduction of innovative and creative solutions.
- Conduct surveys to collect economic data, compare previously given data to current circumstances, and determine the linkages between key economic features for well-defined projects.
- An experienced senior economist directs economic research, assessment and interpretation, benefit estimation, and reporting.
- Determines and recommends schedules and methods for supplying economic and financial data to fulfil specified reporting standards, processes, and procedures; assists in the formulation of budget and economic goals and objectives that correspond with strategic planning initiatives.
- Assemble and review current data, as well as conduct research to uncover new data sources for analytic purposes.
- Plan the study, execute it, and report on the findings depending on issues raised by research sponsors, management, or senior staff.
- Contribute to analytical research activities on a wide range of economic policy subjects on behalf of public and private sector clients (e.g. market research, surveys, project and impact evaluations, etc.)
- Data must be analyzed using mathematical models and statistical approaches.
- Previous patterns must be studied in order to analyze and anticipate market activity.
- Three semester hours of statistics, accounting, or calculus were necessary in addition to at least 21 semester hours of economics.
- The applicant should have a strong sense of leadership and a persistent drive to learn and improve his abilities.
- Knowledge of the most recent economics academic research on entrepreneurship, small company, employment, and labor market dynamics is essential.
- Teaching duties at a college or institution that includes both classroom instruction and one of the following: (1) personal research with proof of results, (2) supervision of graduate theses in economics, or (3) work as a consultant or advisor on technical economics problems.
- Strong written and spoken communication skills, as well as the ability to customize communications for business, media/press, academic, technical, and political audiences.