1. Be in possession of at least a second-class honours, higher division (2:1) degree (or equivalent), in which economics was a major component of the degree, meaning at least fifty per cent of the course covered micro, macro and quantitative economics;
2. Following completion of an undergraduate degree (or equivalent), have at least two years of work experience in:
a) conducting objective, economics-related, evidence-based research; and
b) producing and delivering economics related research findings to decision makers.
The Northern Ireland Assembly Commission is a corporate body established by section 40 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998. The Commission employs a Secretariat to serve the Assembly.
The salary range is £44,601-£45,947. This is an Assembly Grade 5 position.
The successful applicant will be based in Parliament Buildings, Belfast.
Completed application forms must be submitted by 12 noon 13th March 2020.
The successful candidate will be accountable to the Senior Research Officer.
The Research and Information Service (RaISe) is part of the Assembly’s Legal, Governance and Research Services Directorate.
Research Teams provide the Northern Ireland Assembly with impartial, objective, timely and non-partisan information and research.
Our researchers work within specialist portfolios located in four research teams:
Together, supported by the Library within RaISe, the Research Teams provide the following services:
Closing date: 12 noon 13th March 2020.
Interviews are planned for week commencing 20th April 2020.