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Job Locations China-Beijing | China-Hong Kong
    As the research and analysis division of the Economist Group, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) helps leaders prepare for opportunity, empowering them to act with confidence when making strategic decisions. The EIU is the global standard in providing high quality, actionable intelligence to the public and private sector, assessing issues that impact the businesses in more than two hundred countries.   Currently we are seeking a senior selling ‘game changer‘to help us grow our footprint and client base across the Asian markets.  You are currently running a top performing team, ready to take the next step in your career and join a global leader in its field, representing a truly unique brand.    You will join us ready to unleash your impressive set of commercial leadership skills to achieve business and personal success. You will have a deeply inquisitive mind, a well-honed consultative approach to selling and unquenchable thirst for success to manage a team that sells our portfolio of macro-economic and political solutions to financial services, corporate, government, professional services and consulting sectors.   As the Head of Sales you will be a highly driven, self-starting and accomplished business development leader with extensive network across Asia, excellent presentations skills, strong consultative sales ability and an excellent understanding of B2B subscription businesses.  Your natural instinct to ‘hunt’ will be key to success in this role.  We are looking for an individual who thrives on relentlessly driving sales success by creating a competitive and high profile environment.   The ideal candidate is a hands-on dynamic leader with experience in scaling and running high performing field sales organizations across multiple Asian markets, including China and Japan. Motivating a geographically diverse team to over-achieve and constantly challenge what is possible will come as second nature to you.
ID
2021-7930
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
  The Economist Group is dedicated to the pursuit of progress and built on high-quality, independent analysis, a foundation of its businesses. Based in London and serving a global customer base, the Group produces digital and print content, global events, and offers a range of subscriptions and other services.    Our Economist Impact business offers a unique combination of research and content creation amplified by brand communications that reach the most influential audiences. Economist Impact works in partnership with many clients to create powerful programs by leveraging the expertise of its teams and amplification platforms across The Economist Group.    As a Senior Social Media Manager with Economist Impact, you will lead the ongoing development and delivery of our paid social media strategy. You will also be responsible for the social media governance model overseeing the execution of paid social programs, measuring and optimizing social media performance metrics, and developing enhanced reporting.   The successful candidate will have an excellent understanding of the nuances of the different social media channels, and passion for great storytelling and understand the importance of attention to detail and tone of voice.
ID
2021-7950
Job Locations United States-NY-New York
The Economist is a leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs, published weekly in print and digital editions, and daily through our apps and websites. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences, films and audio.    Our Client Solutions business offers a unique combination of research and content creation amplified by brand communications that reach the most influential audiences.    Our Client Solutions business is seeking a Client Advocate who will be responsible for driving integrated client campaigns, overall ownership of the client relationship and fostering collaborative and mutually supportive relationships with internal stakeholders. They will work closely with colleagues across the enterprise to deliver superior service to our clients and ensure campaigns are flawlessly managed to meet client’s strategic goals and performance metrics.   If you are taking a career path that requires flexibility and an adaptive schedule, then perhaps this 12 month Fixed Term Assignment might be for you.
ID
2021-7858
Job Locations China-Hong Kong
    Economist Impact, health policy practice specialises in evidence-based insights and analysis that create impact for leading companies, governments and organisations.  We offer an unbiased view of how to achieve better care, globally but with local relevance. Through trained clinicians, industry consultants, policy & health communication specialists and cross-societal experts, we provide road-maps for establishing best in class interventions and game changing approaches.    Currently we are seeking a highly motivated and talented health policy intern to augment our dynamic, global team and growing Health Policy practice. The intern will meaningfully participate in projects around evidence-based clinical research and health policy analyses that drive effective organizational decisions and impactful external engagement.   This is a 6-month, paid full-time internship based in our Hong Kong (currently remote). Please submit a resume and cover letter outlining your skills and capabilities as they relate to this internship. Please note we cannot sponsor training visas for interns so applicants must be legally allowed to take up internships in Hong Kong.
ID
2021-7864
Job Locations United Kingdom-Birmingham
  The Economist is looking for a Senior Mobile Engineer to join our flagship mobile app engineering team.    We are investing in our mobile app experience as an essential window into our outstanding content, text and audio. We’re growing our engineering team to help our users find and read more of our content, to keep coming back and to increase customer loyalty.    You’ll work in an agile environment, releasing quickly and often to the app stores to ensure quick feedback loops around the success or not of our features and experiments.    This is the time to be joining a profitable, responsible business with a brand and culture that you can be proud of and with every opportunity to deliver success for the Group and yourself.    For this role, we are able to sponsor candidates who require a UK worker visa. We also offer a relocation package to help with your move to the UK.   Location This role is available in our central Birmingham office, just a five minute walk from New Street Station and minutes from Snow Hill Station.   We offer flexible working and have systems in place to ensure working remotely when the need arises. During the current Covid-19 situation, however, we’re all working remotely – the intention is that when we are ready, we’ll move back to spending more time in the office than not.  
ID
2021-7943
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
The Economist Group is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences and electronic services. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.   We are recruiting a Platforms Support Engineer to support the users as well as the networks and systems that underpin the weekly creation and publishing of The Economist and related publications. The successful applicant will work in a team of 5 providing support Mon-Fri on a shift basis at our London offices. 
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2021-7921
Job Locations India-Gurgaon
  The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is a world leader in global business intelligence. We help businesses, the financial sector and governments to understand how the world is changing and how that creates opportunities to be seized and risks to be managed.   At our heart is a 50 year forward look, a global forecast of the majority of the world’s economies, we seek to analyse the future and deliver that insight through multiple channels and insights, allowing our clients to take better trading, investment and policy decisions.   We’re changing, embedding alternate data sources such as GPS and satellite data into our forecasting, products will increasingly be tailored to individual clients, driven by some of the most innovative data in the market. A highly collaborative team of Product Managers, Customer Experience and Product Engineering is being created with a focus on creating business and customer value driven by real time analytics alongside our traditional products.   We are transitioning to operating with agile product teams and adopting cloud native engineering practices and we need your help. As a back-end developer you will work with an amazing team of developers, designers and product managers to design and build applications to service the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) clients. *Work/Life Harmony: Our team values work-life harmony. We offer flexibility in working hours/locations and encourage you to find your own balance between your work and personal lives.   *Our team puts a high value on work-life balance. It isn’t about how many hours you spend at home or at work; it’s about the flow you establish that brings energy to both parts of your life. We believe striking the right balance between your personal and professional life is critical to life-long happiness and fulfillment. We offer flexibility in working hours and encourage you to find your own balance between your work and personal lives*  
ID
2021-7783
Job Locations India-Gurgaon
The Economist is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences and electronic services. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.   We are looking for a Senior QA Engineer who will report directly to the Head of Quality and Enablement for The Economist, be based out of our Gurgaon office and be responsible for driving quality improvement and best practice against products that we engineer.     The successful candidate will join the team at a time of significant development and growth and the need for technology excellence and digital customer experience becomes paramount in our ability to deliver this.    You’ll be supported by a friendly and inclusive team who have the autonomy to define and improve processes and care deeply about developing each other's capabilities.   We offer flexible working and have systems in place to ensure working remotely when the need arises. However, during the current Covid-19 situation, we are all remote. The intention is that when we are ready we will move back to spending more time in the office than not.    This is  the  time to  be  joining a  profitable, responsible business with a brand and culture that you can  be proud of and with every opportunity to deliver success for the Group and yourself.
ID
2021-7585
Job Locations AE-Dubai
    As the research and analysis division of the Economist Group, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) helps leaders prepare for opportunity, empowering them to act with confidence when making strategic decisions. The EIU is the global standard in providing high quality, actionable intelligence to the public and private sector, assessing issues that impact the businesses in more than two hundred countries.   We are seeking ambitious sales ‘game changers‘ to help us grow our footprint and client base across the MEA markets.  You will be a current top performer, ready to take the next step in your career and join a global leader in its field, representing a truly unique brand. You will join us ready to unleash your impressive set of commercial skills to achieve business and personal success. You will have a deeply inquisitive mind, a well-honed consultative approach to selling and unquenchable thirst for success to sell our portfolio of macro-economic and political solutions to financial services, corporate, government, professional services and consulting sectors.   You will be a highly driven, self-starting and accomplished business development manager with excellent presentations skills, strong consultative sales ability and an excellent understanding of B2B subscription businesses.  Your natural instinct to ‘hunt’ will be key to success in this role.  We are looking for individuals who thrive in relentlessly pursuing sales success in a competitive and high profile environment.   In return we will offer you a variable compensation package which will truly reward you for the success you can achieve for our business.
ID
2021-7851
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
The Economist Group is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from the newspaper to conferences, business information and electronic services. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.   We are looking for a Syndication and Licensing Account Executive to join our small syndication team. The team are responsible for the international sale and distribution of content from The Economist Group. This includes syndication of content from The Economist and economist.com and 1843 and licensing of The World Ahead. Although we are a small team, we turn over millions per year in revenue and are hugely profitable. This role is instrumental in helping to meet ambitious sales targets whilst protecting and developing The Economist Group’s brands.  
ID
2021-7941
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
    KEY DETAILS   Reports to: Chief Programmes Officer. Hours: Full time, with flexible hours. Core hours are from 10am to 4pm. Location: Remote 3 days per week and in London 2 days per week (Canary Wharf). Salary:£34,000-£36,000 per year, depending on experience. Closing date: November 12th. First-stage interviews: Week of November 22nd. Second-stage interviews: Week of December 6th. HOW TO APPLY   Please submit a CV and cover letter through The Economist Group’s jobs portal, here. ABOUT THE ECONOMIST EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION   We are an independent charity that was set up by staff from inside The Economist newspaper in 2012. We enable disadvantaged young people to join inspiring discussions about the news which teach them to think critically, communicate effectively and understand what’s happening in the world.    Building these competencies can change a young person’s life. They learn to listen, creatively solve problems and speak confidently about the issues affecting their lives, from inequality to climate change. This sets them up to succeed in school, in future work and as citizens.   We are a small organisation (currently a team of eight with a turnover of under £1m) with big plans to grow. We sit within the larger Economist Group and work with teams across the company. www.EconomistFoundation.org THE ROLE IN SUMMARY   We are looking for a marketing manager who is excited about playing a lead role in scaling up our unique educational programme in the UK and globally. This is a new role, with scope to make it your own. You’ll join a passionate team with a supportive, creative culture and ambitious growth plans. You’ll also have the unique opportunity to work with teams across The Economist, one of the world’s leading media brands, including an award-winning social media team, acquisition, films, retention, podcasts and more. We deeply value diversity in all respects and encourage applications from candidates from all backgrounds. WHAT YOU WILL BE MARKETING: AN INNOVATIVE SCHOOLS PROGRAMME   Our programme, Topical Talk, gives teachers high-quality training and resources to have weekly discussions about the news in their classrooms. Students also use our innovative Topical Talk Student Hub to join discussions with counterparts all over the world and leading topic experts. Our current topic is COP26 and one of the experts is Al Gore. Young people who regularly take part make five times more progress than their peers in thinking and communication skills that are proven to change life outcomes.   THE ROLE AND WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU   Lead responsibility for marketing our programme, with help from a supportive, collaborative team and a wealth of marketing expertise to draw on across The Economist Group. We are passionate about reaching more young people and we have ambitious new plans to scale up Topical Talk globally. As our Marketing Manager, you will have lead responsibility for marketing the programme to schools, working closely with the rest of the Foundation team and engaging support from marketers across The Economist. You will be creative in planning marketing activities that maximise a small-charity budget and you’ll actively build relationships in The Economist’s marketing team to secure support and create opportunities to collaborate. You will enjoy working with others and drawing on the knowledge and skills of your colleagues, from the Foundation’s Designer to experienced in-house teachers, to optimise your marketing campaigns.   Strong foundations to build on. We have already achieved national scale: we worked with 113 partner schools in 2020/21. We now aim to radically expand our reach, and our strategy for growth has already shown exciting success. In the past year, our teaching resources amassed 14,000 subscribers and were downloaded 160,000 times in 141 countries. Our programme was recognised by HundrED.org, a global education charity, as one of the most impactful and scalable education innovations globally.    An opportunity to join a passionate, high-performing team at an exciting stage of growth and have a real social impact. You will play a key role in building on our momentum and helping us achieve our growth aims. Our three-year goals are to reach 20% of UK state schools (roughly 4,000 schools) and to match that reach globally, including 3,000 schools in the U.S.    The creative freedom of a small organisation combined with the advantages of a larger company and leading media brand. You will have access to Economist Group benefits including private medical insurance and great training and mentoring opportunities.       
ID
2021-7959
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
ID
2021-7953
Job Locations United States-NY-New York
    The Economist is a leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs, published weekly in print and tablet editions, and daily through our Espresso app and Economist.com. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences, films and digital editions.    As part of a global team of recruiters, the Talent Acquisition Manager will support the continued development of innovative, creative and proactive recruitment strategies while providing coaching and counsel to hiring manages and HR business partners on hiring trends and recruiting processes.    
ID
2021-7977
Job Locations India-Gurgaon
  At the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Healthcare Division (EIU HC), we believe that actionable strategy for our client is built on the basis of market realities, where data insights and its robust analytics drive informed decisions. For that reason, we have developed a data-centric market tracker solutions called, The Gateway that aims to provide the medtech sector with credible, actionable and granular size, share and growth insights globally.   To this end, we are looking to fill a Product Manager, Healthcare Data who will be part of The Gateway team, that will manage a team of analysts to ensure the development of the market data solutions in line with our overall business vision and objectives, as well as manage client stakeholders requiring our data and services.    
ID
2021-7987
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
This is an exciting time to join the Data & Insights team at The Economist Group. Under our newly appointed Chief Data Officer we are creating a centre of excellence spanning research, analytics and data science partnering with the whole group, including our core subscription business, our Economist Intelligence Unit, Client Solutions and Events business. Our purpose is to better understand and affect the drivers of our business through data analytics and research, with a focus on our users, B2C customers and B2B clients.  We are value focused and outcome driven: we help drive growth and agility at every level, whether through informing strategic alignment and decisions, providing quick feedback loops to operators or creating machine learning models to be integrated into our products and marketing communications. We have an ambitious transformation under way, both upgrading our capabilities and increasing the breadth of business areas we cover to include our core subscription business as well as our 3 other B2B business units. Key initiatives to roadmap and/or manage include: - Data platform initial build and full migration from legacy: we have upgraded our data platform in order to take full ownership of our data in a modern, scalable, cloud-based solution - Build key capabilities within our data platform, covering support for core KPI delivery, standardized views for analytics insights, segmented data activation capabilities to action our data in our communications or product experience, integrating machine learning models - BI tool migration and roll-out: we have selected a new tool and are looking to provide a coherent, high-value suite of dashboards and reports on our new platform and drive adoption by business users - Creating and managing a data platform and BI roadmap for our other business units - Shaping and rolling out a group-wide first party data strategy
ID
2021-7759
Job Locations India-Gurgaon
  The Economist Group is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver world-class, thought provoking content through a range of formats, from web and app, to newspapers and magazines, conferences, film and audio. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.   With a growing global subscriber base and a reputation for insightful analysis and opinion on every aspect of world events, The Economist is one of the most widely recognised and well-read current affairs publications and the foundation of our digital consumer product portfolio.   The Role We are recruiting data engineers across all levels to create a best in class global data engineering hub based out of Gurgaon.  This group will build the data platform and products to support the analytics, insights and data science needs for our core subscription business, Economist Intelligence Unit, Client Solutions and Events business. Data has always been at the heart of the Economist Group, and ultimately we aim to help the business make data driven decisions based on real time, actionable insights. This position is for a Data Engineer 3. 
ID
2021-7933
Job Locations United States-DC-Washington
    The Economist Group is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences and electronic services. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.   Economist Impact specialises in delivering bespoke research, thought leadership and consulting that leverage both in-depth topical expertise as well as The Economist's reputation for independent, impactful work. We deliver research and engagement programmes that use evidence and data to drive change on the critical economic and public policy issues facing our world. Our clients include government bodies, international organisations and corporations, and we provide evidence, insights and advice to shape their policies and programmes.   The Health Policy practice in Economist Impact is looking for a highly motivated DC-based Sr. Analyst to augment our dynamic, influential global team and to design and deliver an expanding range of products and services. The senior analyst will principally deliver projects around evidence-based research, health policy analyses and sector specific assessments that drive high-quality effective organisational decisions, impactful external engagement to improve health. The position will entail working with clients in both the public and the private sector, with a focus on pharmaceutical firms.
ID
2021-7926
Job Locations BR-Sao Paulo
  The Economist Group's Client Solutions division specialises in delivering bespoke research, thought leadership and consulting that leverage both The Economist and The Economist Intelligence Unit's expertise and reach. We deliver research and engagement programmes that use evidence and data to drive change on the critical economic and public policy issues facing our world. Our clients include government bodies, international organisations and corporations, and we provide evidence, insights and advice to shape their policies and programmes.   The Client Solutions division is looking for a highly motivated health policy intern to augment our dynamic, influential global team and to deliver an expanding range of products and services. The intern will deliver projects around evidence-based clinical research and health policy analyses that drive high-quality effective organisational decisions, impactful external engagement to improve health and healthcare. The position will entail working on client engagements in both the public and the private sector.   This is a 12-month intern position based in our Sao Paulo office.  Please submit a resume and cover letter outlining your skills and capabilities as they relate to this role.
ID
2021-7894
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
The Economist is a leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences and electronic services.   We are seeking a Marketing Manager based out of our London office who will play a pivotal role in securing delegate attendance and sponsorship revenue for our Trade large scale events portfolio . The successful candidate will develop and execute multiple marketing campaigns, take full ownership of their events’ marketing budgets and coach and mentor a junior marketing executive. Reporting directly into the marketing director the candidate will play a key role in the development and growth of The Economist Events business unit.
ID
2021-7703
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
  The Economist Group is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from the newspaper to conferences, business information and electronic services. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.   The audience team is at the heart of this strategy. It publishes content to social-media accounts with nearly 60m followers, through a growing portfolio of newsletters, and via push alerts to our apps. It assists the newsdesk with the management of our website, as well as seeking opportunities to reach new audiences and increase engagement among existing subscribers.   The Economist’s videos give authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology and the connections between them. We are also producing long-form films and documentaries, and our YouTube channel has more than 2m followers.     The Economist is looking for a Digital Video Producer to join their audience team in London. The digital video producer will act as a bridge between our films department, our social-media editors, our digital and print news operations, and our graphic designers. They will cut down and customise Economist documentaries for platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn, along with our own website and app, so they reach the right people in the right format at the right times.   They will seek opportunities to promote our journalism in innovative ways. They will use video to reach new audiences and increase engagement among our existing followers, and identify appropriate onward journeys to our own products. And they will play a key role in the roll-out of our strategy for video across both our own digital products and third-party platforms.     How to Apply:   Applicants should explain in 400 words The Economist’s current video presence on key social-media channels, such as YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and TikTok, and ways in which you feel it could be improved. This assessment is the most important part of the application, so make sure you explain your proposals thoroughly and clearly. We will read it blind, without seeing your name or your experience. Only if what is written fits with what we are looking for will we examine the accompanying material.   In addition to completing this assessment, please attach your CV, a cover letter and a link to your portfolio, including five examples of your previous digital video work.   Your assessment, CV, portfolio and cover letter should be sent to edsocialjob@economist.com. The closing date is Sunday October 31st 2021. All applicants must already hold the right to live and work in the United Kingdom without the need for any further visa-application process. The salary will be in the region of £35,000, dependent upon experience.  
ID
2021-7984