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EY is looking for a Manager with a background in economics and regulation, preferably related to rail transport, in order to expand its EU Infrastructure Team. EY’s Strategy and Transactions (SaT) offers strategic advice to both private and public clients. Within the Valuation, Modelling and Economics department, the EU Infrastructure Team, in particular, provides advisory services in the fields of transport, energy and sustainable infrastructure to the EU Institutions.
- Working as a SaT expert in a team of professionals dedicated to providing services to the EU Institutions, mainly the European Commission (DG MOVE)
- Working directly with clients and stakeholders (incl. working level meetings, workshops, stakeholder consultation meetings)
- Being responsible for the supervision and delivery of research papers, quantitative analyses for economic regulation, cost/benefit analyses, operational efficiency, analysis of value chain and sector assessments of the transport industry, impact assessments and other consulting assignments for EU Institutions
- Being responsible for the project management of assignments involving team members based throughout the EU, within and outside the EY network of offices
- Supporting the contractual management of projects awarded to EY and in the compliance of internal procedures/policies
- Additional tasks:
- Leading and coaching project team
- Reviewing work of junior colleagues (including workbooks, models and reports)
- Supporting in go-to-market initiatives
- Master’s Degree in Economics, Business Administration / Management, or related fields
- Knowledge of micro and macroeconomics, industrial organization, accounting, economic regulation
- Knowledge of quantitative research and analysis methodologies
- >5 years of professional experience (preferably in the area of rail transport) in at least one of the following fields: EU transport policy and legislation, sectoral regulation of network industries, competition law & economics
- Excellent managerial and organizational skills, flexibility and ability to work under tight deadlines
- Excellent knowledge of English with good drafting skills
Why you should be interested in this position:
- Join a dynamic team of experts who will offer you support, coaching and feedback
- Get opportunities to develop new skills and progress your career – EY offers extensive trainings, both on technical matters, as well on soft skills and project management;
- EY is proud to be offering flexible working arrangements and supporting its people in building a successful career and delivering excellent client service without sacrificing personal priorities.
- EY offers a competitive remuneration package where you’ll be rewarded for your individual and team performance. Its comprehensive Total Rewards package includes support for flexible working and career development. You can select benefits that suit your needs such as holidays, health and well-being, insurance, savings etc.
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