Research Analyst - 2019
Our Research Analysts (RAs) are involved in diverse, challenging assignments within a stimulating, collegial work environment. You will work side by side with internationally recognized experts in financial economics, corporate finance, energy, competition, and regulatory economics. You will have an opportunity to support our principals and academic advisors as they serve as expert witnesses before courts and arbitration panels on behalf of some of the largest and most successful law firms and corporations worldwide in addition to numerous public and government agencies in the United States, Europe, and elsewhere.
As a new RA you will participate in project teams with senior consulting staff. The RA’s role includes: analysis, modeling, and research functions on client projects. Major focus areas for new research analysts can be financial and operational modeling, industry analyses, and literature review.
Typical assignments might include:
• Analyzing companies and markets
Across your tenure as an RA you will gain skills in applied economics, finance, and accounting as well as an understanding of aspects of business law. You’ll work in a cooperative and fun atmosphere that melds dedication to project success and individual professional development. You’ll have the opportunity to discover where your interests lie and how you can best apply your skills.
By the end of the first year, typically you will have learned to conduct basic research, build spreadsheets and models, present research findings in a clear and consistent manner and have gained experience and aptitude with data management software beyond Excel.
What We’re Looking for – Ideal Candidates Will Possess:
• An undergraduate degree in a quantitative discipline (e.g. economics, math, finance, engineering, etc.) with strong academic performance (a minimum GPA of 3.5)
How Our Recruiting Process Works:
We are seeing Research Analysts to work in our Boston, MA; New York, NY; San Francisco, CA and Washington, DC offices. We expect the majority of RAs to start working across the summer following graduation.
To be considered for the research analyst role, please submit the following materials:
• Cover letter
In order to streamline our process, please use your school issued email address on your application.
The Brattle Group is an equal opportunity employer: minority/female/veteran/disabled.
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