Senior Policy Analyst / Economist

Child Poverty Action Group

London, UK

37,655 - £41,619

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The Child Poverty Action Group is looking for an analyst, economist or similar to lead the development and delivery of quantitative research projects, data analysis and micro-economic modelling in support of our influencing and campaigns work. We need someone who can confidently analyse large datasets, identify the policy relevance of findings, and use data to generate insights into the causes, effects and solutions to child poverty.

The postholder will work closely with policy and advocacy colleagues and the chief executive to ensure that this analysis informs the development of our evidence-based policy positions and solutions. The role will involve both research projects to advance our understanding of key issues, and rapid demand-driven analysis.

We are looking for someone with strong quantitative skills and knowledge of – or willingness to learn – the use of tax-benefit models to analyse the effect of current, future and hypothesised policies on poverty levels and family incomes in the UK, with a particular focus on social security benefits.

This is a unique opportunity to join a highly-effective, multi-disciplinary policy and campaigns team advocating the policies necessary to prevent and end child poverty in the UK. CPAG has a long history of influencing government strategy on poverty and our policy expertise is respected across the political spectrum.

Interviews will be held on 6 June and the closing date is: 12 noon, 31 May 2019.


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