Research & Data Analyst - Pricing Controls

We are seeking an experienced Senior Research & Data Analyst to join the Pricing Controls team of a growing & dynamic federal government organisation. The successful candidate will utilise their quantitative analytical skills and experience in regulatory economics to research, analyse and collect data for our client. 

Responsibilities include:
  • Conducting market reviews, analysis, and the setting and management of market interventions, including price controls.
  • Supporting the development, and implementation of market strategy including interventions and monitoring
  • Validating, prioritising and assessing impact of economic issues that have been identified by stakeholders
  • Qualitative research into policy developments
  • Organising, note taking and analysis of stakeholder interviews
  • Collate research and data from a broad range of stakeholders and data sources such as workforce provider trends, including exits, entries, efficiency, supply and demand
  • Developing research frameworks
  • Design, field and analyse surveys
  • Ensure consistency and reliability of data sets
Required Skills & Experience

  • Proven experience in Research & Analysis
  • Highly developed understanding of market regulation principles and best practice
  • Excellent conceptual & analytical abilities
  • Familiarity and confidence working with mathematical & statistical techniques
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Proficiency with advanced analytical tools - SAS, R, Stata, MapInfo, QGIS all an advantage
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications - economics/finance/statistics/mathematics
  • Ability to analyse complex information to make decisions
This is a twelve month contract role based in Geelong, paying at an hourly rate of $51.50 + super (APS6 position).

If you are interested in learning more, please apply online with an updated copy of your resume in MS Word format, together with a cover letter detailing your relevant skills and experience. Please note that the closing date for applications is Friday 8th November.

Melbourne (Newtown)
Catalina Malone