Adviser

ECB

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

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You will be part of the Supply Side, Labor and Surveillance (SSL) Division in the Directorate General Economic Developments. The division consists of around 35 team members who cover a wide variety of topics, focusing on (i) potential output and output gap analysis; (ii) labor market and productivity developments in the euro area and euro area countries, including the impact of structural reforms; and (iii) country surveillance, including cross-country studies relating to macroeconomic imbalances, vulnerabilities and competitiveness; mission work and projections; as well as economic issues concerning EU governance and the deepening of Economic and Monetary Union. On all these topics, the team prepares policy positions and external communications.

In your role as adviser in the division, you want to be part of the management team. You will coordinate a multicultural team of highly motivated and experienced professionals. You want to provide thought leadership on the analytical agenda.

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.

As Adviser you want:

  • in the day-to-day management of the Division;
  • relating to the activities of the Division;
  • coordinate a multicultural team of highly motivated and experienced economists who work and cooperate on projects and tasks within the division, provide guidance and coach team members;
  • share the responsibility for the day-to-day organizational objectives and for the performance and output of the division.
  • contributing to the coordination of work within the division and with counterparts in other business areas as well as to country mission work;
  • adhere to the ECB's common values ​​and ethical standards, promote these values ​​by acting as a role model and help to define how they should be applied to the work of the division;
  • help to anticipate and channel policy-relevant questions so that they can be analyzed in a timely manner;
  • interpret and present key findings in order to provide immediate policy advice to decision-making bodies;
  • contribute to the ECB's role in providing intellectual expertise within the global central banking community;
  • represent the ECB in European and international meetings and fora;

The Surveillance of the Economic and Monetary Union, as well as the Surveillance of the Economic and Monetary Union. You want to be part of a multicultural team that strives for continuous innovation to make a positive impact on the lives of European citizens.

Essential:

  • a master's degree or equivalent in economics or another relevant field (for details on degree equivalences, read more);
  • in addition to the above, a minimum of eight years of relevant experience as an economist in the Division's areas of responsibility;
  • substantial professional experience in conducting regular analysis, in-depth analytical studies and applied research at least one of the divisions' areas of responsibility, ie the labor market, supply side or country surveillance and governance;
  • substantial professional experience in preparing policy-related briefing material and an ability to present analytical results in non-technical terms;
  • In addition to the above, a multicultural team of highly qualified and experienced professionals;
  • an advanced (C1) command of English and an intermediate (B1).

Desired:

  • a PhD in economics or a related field;
  • a relevant publication record relevant to the work of the Division;
  • experience of using state-of-the-art quantitative techniques for individual and cross-country analyzes;
  • experience in forecasting macroeconomic developments of euro area countries;
  • a good understanding of policy issues, the ECB's interaction with external stakeholders (including the European Commission and the International Monetary Funds) and the functioning of the ECB, the Eurosystem and the European System of Central Banks;
  • a dynamic, open-minded personality who likes to bring things forward, have confidence in people and contribute to an agile working environment.

You engage collaboratively with others and encourage participation. You communicate ideas in an effective manner and ensure mutual comprehension. You can equitably. You explore all parties' underlying needs and seek solutions that meet those needs. You understand the key organizational goals and the context in which we work. You see resistance and setbacks as challenges and opportunities to change things for the better. You understand the development process and what people need in order to grow. You understand what motivates each individual and find ways to harness this motivation in order to achieve organizational goals. You lead by example and by earning respect.

We are willing to discuss part-time arrangements.

30 June 2022. It may therefore be made permanent subject to organizational needs and budgetary constraints. This may result in a staff member having a non-convertible fixed-term contract being offered in accordance with the ECB Conditions of Employment.

For more information on this specific vacancy, please contact the hiring manager, Wolfgang Modery, on +49 (0) 69 1344 7828.

The recruitment process for this position may include an online interview via WebEx at the pre-selection stage and if you are invited to join the selection procedure - an on-site written exercise and interview.

Closing Date: Wednesday, 28 August 2019


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