Job Vacancy - Oxford Economics - Intern Programme 2022 Australia
BIS Oxford Economics, part of Oxford Economics Group, is the leading independent economics, construction and property forecasting company.
Our goals are to provide excellent economic analysis, forecasting and analytical tools for our clients; and interesting, challenging and rewarding careers for our staff.
BIS Oxford Economics is excited to offer current university students the opportunity to undertake an internship, either over the summer period or on an ongoing basis through the academic year.
Studying economics or a closely related subject
Ability to learn quickly and problem solve.
High proficiency in Excel.
An interest in econometric modelling.
Positive attitude and work ethic.
Self-motivated and ability to work independently.
Right to work in Australia
Supporting the team in conducting economic forecasting and analysis
Produce charts, tables and other content for reports and releases.
Assist in our consultancy projects.
Benefits of the program
Gain experience and exposure to the economic challenges faced by organisations across Australia and globally
Support from a dedicated mentor throughout the internship
Possibility of being fast tracked through the initial stages of the recruitment process for the BIS Oxford Economics Graduate Program
How to apply
Please click Apply Now to send your CV (resumé) and cover letter and complete the online application form. Your cover letter should explain how you meet our requirements and identify which area(s) of our business most interest you.
The deadline for applications is the 31st August 2021. However, early application is strongly recommended. We review applications as they are received and will begin interviewing in April.
Oxford Economics is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, colour, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.