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Job Locations India-Gurugram
  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-looking global forecast of the majority of the world’s economies. We seek to analyze the future and deliver that insight through multiple channels and insights, allowing our clients to make better business, 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. The EIU is recruiting for a project delivery manager with a background in econometric modeling/statistical analysis and some managerial experience, to work within the quantitative economics – an international team of data analysts, econometricians and data scientists – that is in charge of The EIU’s key economic data products and the statistical/econometric model assets that powers the forecast and analysis published in the EIU’s core offerings. 
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2021-8120
Job Locations United Kingdom-London | United States-NY-New York
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.   The Information Security team operates the Information Security Program and is responsible for the standard of information security across the Group. We define and implement our security strategy and mitigation activities across our brands. We work with business units to ensure that the confidentiality, integrity and availability risks that they are exposed to are clearly understood and appropriately managed.   The Cyber Security Analyst is a member of the Information Security team and the job holder is responsible for establishing, implementing, monitoring, reviewing and improving a suitable set of controls to protect our information assets and ensure the business objectives of the organisation.
ID
2022-8544
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
    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 our global Human Resource team, the Talent Acquisition Coordinator will support the Talent Acquisition team and the overall recruiting process. The TA Coordinator partners closely with our recruiters, hiring managers, HR team and candidates while interacting with all levels of the organization in order to execute the full recruiting and hiring process.   The Talent Acquisition Coordinator will also maintain the company's applicant tracking system, support our employee referral program as well as support the on-boarding of new employees.     
ID
2022-8552
Job Locations United Kingdom-Birmingham
Come and join us   The Economist Group is a global media and information-services company that exists to champion progress. We provide individuals and organisations with the expertise, insights and perspective to press forward.   The Economist’s engineering team’s vision is to create the world's leading digital newspaper, providing all the important journalism our Editorial team produces to a global audience, currently spread across 159 countries with an active subscriber base of 1.1 million. As a technology and data driven business we recognise the key role outstanding engineers play in helping us achieve our goal.   We work with modern software stacks (eg. AWS, Cloudflare, Firebase etc) across a range of languages (JavaScript/TypeScript, iOS and Android mobile development, as well as Go, Rust and other newer languages) and we value automated testing, a culture of DevOps and observability, and infrastructure-as-code. We encourage our engineers to learn and share their skills together, and teams frequently pair or mob on tasks.   What we’re offering you - Remote working encouraged - we’ll supply you with the kit you need - Flexible working hours - Bonus scheme - Private health care and dental plans, generous pension plan - Annual wellbeing days and Summer 4 day week trial - Conferences and learning resources - 10% time and hackathons - Full Economist.com subscription   What will you experience    At The Economist we believe having the right work-life balance is super important; striking balance between your personal and professional life is critical to wellbeing and happiness. We offer flexible working and have recently shifted to a 'remote first' working policy with a minimum expectation of coming to the office two days a month, however you can come in more often if you wish to.    The Engineering team’s office is in central Birmingham, just a five minute walk from New Street Station and minutes from Snow Hill Station.
ID
2022-8490
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
    Following the launch of Economist Impact, there is an increase in activity for our client marketing globally. This effort will turn marketing into even more of a key part of the business directly contributing positive ROI. In order to drive this change we will need a fresh approach to how we generate demand for the Sales team, from lead gen through to engagement and ultimately sales.   The Digital Marketing Manager will work with the Director of Demand Generation to translate the overarching Economist Impact marketing strategy into an actionable plan that delivers qualified leads to the Sales team, working within an Account Based Marketing approach. The activity needs to be of the highest quality and fully aligned with our brand, ensuring not only a quantity of leads but high quality leads and an expectation of a quality experience from The Economist Group.   To deliver the plan the role will liaise with the Content Marketing team within Economist Impact Marketing, as well as stakeholders throughout the Group including Sales, Data, Analytics, Social, and others.
ID
2021-8142
Job Locations United Kingdom-Birmingham
Come and join us   The Economist Group is a global media and information-services company that exists to champion progress. We provide individuals and organisations with the expertise, insights and perspective to press forward.   The Economist’s engineering team’s vision is to create the world's leading digital newspaper, providing all the important journalism our Editorial team produces to a global audience, currently spread across 159 countries with an active subscriber base of 1.1 million. As a technology and data driven business we recognise the key role outstanding engineers play in helping us achieve our goal.   We work with modern software stacks (eg. AWS, Cloudflare, Firebase etc) across a range of languages (JavaScript/TypeScript, iOS and Android mobile development, as well as Go, Rust and other newer languages) and we value automated testing, a culture of DevOps and observability, and infrastructure-as-code. We encourage our engineers to learn and share their skills together, and teams frequently pair or mob on tasks.   What we’re offering you - Remote working encouraged - we’ll supply you with the kit you need - Flexible working hours - Bonus scheme - Private health care and dental plans, generous pension plan - Annual wellbeing days and Summer 4 day week trial - Conferences and learning resources - 10% time and hackathons - Full Economist.com subscription   What will you experience    At The Economist we believe having the right work-life balance is super important; striking balance between your personal and professional life is critical to wellbeing and happiness. We offer flexible working and have recently shifted to a 'remote first' working policy with a minimum expectation of coming to the office two days a month, however you can come in more often if you wish to.    The Engineering team’s office is in central Birmingham,  just a five minute walk from New Street Station and minutes from Snow Hill Station.
ID
2022-8489
Job Locations United Kingdom-Birmingham
    Come and join us   The Economist Group is a global media and information-services company that exists to champion progress. We provide individuals and organisations with the expertise, insights and perspective to press forward.   The Economist’s engineering team’s vision is to create the world's leading digital newspaper, providing all the important journalism our Editorial team produces to a global audience, currently spread across 159 countries with an active subscriber base of 1.1 million. As a technology and data driven business we recognise the key role outstanding engineers play in helping us achieve our goal.   We are looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join our Subscriber Engagement & Newsletters team, which is responsible for discovering innovative new ways to encourage existing Economist subscribers to get more from their subscription: we want them to engage more with our digital products and services (including our website, app, newsletters and more). Engineers on this team are currently working on cross-team services for bookmarking articles, a notifications system to alert subscribers to new features and offers, and a rebuild of our newsletters hub website. Our success as a team is measured in our engagement and retention metrics: how much of the Economist's content do our subscribers engage with, and what proportion of them go on to renew their subscription? We work with modern software stacks (eg. AWS, Cloudflare, Firebase etc) across a range of languages (JavaScript/TypeScript, iOS and Android mobile development, as well as Go, Rust and other newer languages) and we value automated testing, a culture of DevOps and observability, and infrastructure-as-code. We encourage our engineers to learn and share their skills together, and teams frequently pair or mob on tasks.   What we’re offering you   - Remote working encouraged - we’ll supply you with the kit you need - Flexible working hours - Bonus scheme - Private health care and dental plans, generous pension plan - Annual wellbeing days and Summer 4 day week trial - Conferences and learning resources - 10% time and hackathons - Full Economist.com subscription   What will you experience    At The Economist we believe having the right work-life balance is super important; striking balance between your personal and professional life is critical to wellbeing and happiness. We offer flexible working and have recently shifted to a 'remote first' working policy with a minimum expectation of coming to the office two days a month, however you can come in more often if you wish to.    The Engineering team’s office is in central Birmingham,  just a five minute walk from New Street Station and minutes from Snow Hill Station.
ID
2022-8531
Job Locations India-Gurugram
  The Economist Group is a global media and information-services company that exists to champion progress. We provide individuals and organisations with the expertise, insights and perspective to press forward.   The Economist’s technology team’s vision is to create the world's leading digital newspaper, providing all the important journalism our Editorial team produces to a global audience, currently spread across 159 countries with an active subscriber base of 1.1 million. As a technology and data driven business we recognise the key role our outstanding people play in helping us achieve our goal.   Currently we are looking for a Data Quality Team Lead who will build and lead a team of Data Quality Analysts on their day-to-day work and quality driven responsibilities. Our data quality activities support the data and deployment needs of teams focused on events, subscriptions and marketing engagement initiatives (newsletters, lead generation mechanisms, etc.).   The position will report into the Data Operations Manager (UK). The successful candidate will provide support to database constituents worldwide. The position will require consistent monitoring and auditing of data to ensure the group's data strategy is maintained throughout the business. The role will predominantly require the management of records within our CRM (Salesforce) database.   The role will cover requirements from the group globally, particularly requests from London. As such, while the role is based on local hours (9:00-5:30pm in Gurgaon) some flexibility will be required to cover day-to-day contact with London and occasional meetings with other global offices.
ID
2022-8496
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
    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.    To meet our business goals and objectives we are expanding our Global Talent Acquisition team by adding a Senior Talent Acquisition Business Partner to lead our global recruitment efforts for The Economist Intelligence Unit, the research and analysis division of the Economist Group.   As part of a global team, the Senior Talent Acquisition Business Partner will support the continued development of innovative, creative and proactive recruitment strategies while providing coaching and counsel to hiring managers and HR business partners on hiring trends and recruiting processes.   This role requires a highly resourceful, influential individual  who possess a strong executive presence and the ability to interact with members of our senior leadership teams.  The Senior Talent Acquisition Business Partner will also possess a strong customer service orientation ensuring programs and tools and interactions are efficient and effective in delivering an integrated Talent Acquisition process.     
ID
2022-8537
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
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.   We are developing a world-class product management organisation who are focused on building ground-breaking digital products. We are looking for a Senior Product Manager to help us develop and manage our content syndication platform and content feeds, including liaising with clients to understand and document their needs, evolving the syndication platform to balance standardisation with an appropriate level of flexibility, and working with the development team to resolve issues and ensure continuity of service.   Organisation: - Reports to Group Product Manager, Content Production & Distribution - Part of the development team responsible for syndication platform and content feeds - Close working with functional stakeholders, including the commercial teams responsible for rights management and syndication, business partners in the EIU, and editorial - Cross-functional collaboration with product manager and engineering team responsible for the Content Management System, and with business owners of related systems - Communicates with syndication clients and third-party platforms
ID
2022-8501
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
  Come and join us   The Economist is seeking an experienced insight professional to join our Insight & Data Science Team as a Senior Insight Analyst. Our Insight & Data Science Team is a central source of data skills working across all facets of the business. As part of this team you will be working to understand customer behaviour on our award winning website and apps.   What we’re offering you - Hybrid model working encouraged - we’ll supply you with the kit you need - Flexible working hours - Bonus scheme - Private health care and dental plans, generous pension plan - Annual wellbeing days and Summer 4 day week trial - Conferences and learning resources - Full Economist.com subscription   We need to engage and retain our subscribers to grow our business, and to do this The Economist needs market leading data and insight. This role will involve working with our Customer team, which is responsible for all aspects of the service we provide to our paying subscribers. Reporting to the Retention and Engagement Analytics Manager, you will work with the Marketing teams to agree KPIs, establish appropriate reporting, explain the drivers behind changes in performance, and provide insight and recommendations. You will work with a range of large and small datasets across our subscriber base including web and app analytics, email data, and information about retention and payments. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with and learn from a range of experienced data scientists and analysts working across the whole of The Economist’s business.   Demand for The Economist’s trusted high-quality content is at an all time high and as a result our team is expanding. As part of the Insight & Data Science team you will be able to share expertise with a range of data scientists and analysts who work on data relating to our digital products, editorial and customer acquisition and retention activities. Our unified data lake will also create opportunities to work on raw datasets in SQL to understand complex journeys on economist.com and how they fit into the broader customer experience across our physical and digital channels.   We are seeking a candidate with prior experience performing data analysis and a strong aptitude for generating insight from large datasets.. Experience analysing raw datasets in SQL is a requirement, but the ability to tell stories and generate insight from the data is what really matters. Candidates with relevant experience but needing to improve their technical skills by working as part of a diverse team are welcomed.   We believe data is essential to the success of our business. This role is an opportunity to lead the delivery of insights that impact real decisions being taken every day at The Economist.
ID
2022-8460
Job Locations United States-IL-Chicago
Economist Impact combines the rigour of a think-tank with the creativity of a media brand to engage an influential global audience. We partner with corporations, foundations, NGOs and governments across big themes including sustainability, health and the changing shape of globalisation to catalyse change and enable progress. With the power of The Economist Group behind it, Economist Impact crafts bespoke partnerships using a potent portfolio of capabilities including: - policy research and insights - branded content - media & advertising - design thinking and data visualisation - global and bespoke events To capitalise on the momentum and growth our business is achieving with key financial services and corporate clients and partners, we are currently seeking a highly motivated and talented Business Development Manager to join our dynamic Mid West /  West Coast team. This role will be instrumental in building and growing strategic partnerships with regional accounts mainly in the territory.    The ideal candidate will have both experience in managing complex key accounts at a senior level, and the ability to develop new business with target accounts. Collaboration, creativity and teamwork will be critical to succeed in the role. The person will have strong consultative skills, identifying customer needs, crafting strategic, multi-year proposals in conjunction with the practice teams and presenting Economist Impact's proven ability to deliver impactful solutions. This also entails demonstrating success in building an organic pipeline through new project development, client issued RFPs and strategic partnerships.   
ID
2022-8498
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. The bespoke arm of Economist Impact Events provides strategic solutions to our clients event needs and we are seeking a freelance programme assistant to provide integral assistance to programme editors and regional heads who manage the development and delivery of content, programmes and speaker recruitment for the growing custom business. You will be responsible for research support, speaker contact details, call setting and invites and speaker logistics on digital and live events as required.
ID
2022-8387
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 center 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. Reporting to the Head of Data Product Management, the Data Product Manager for B2B will guide the development of our data products to ensure they create maximum value for the business. They will write the user stories across The Economist B2B businesses: - Economist Intelligence - our research service which provides the world’s top businesses, governments and academic institutions with social, political and financial information. - Economist Impact - our advertising business which connects our clients and customers through digital media and live events. - Economist Education - our newly founded executive education service which provides training courses. They will define the acceptance criteria and prioritize the associated backlog related to relevant data products and services developed by our Data Platform & Products team, and help the Head of Data Product Management define goals and success criteria data for the development of internal data products and services. Data products and services in scope may include: data platform capabilities, data feeds, data marts, analyst tables, APIs, machine learning models, visualizations and self-serve data products.  Key Interfaces: - Data & Insights leadership, including Head of Research, Head of Analytics, Head of Data Science, Lead BI Analyst, as well as key team members focused on The Economist B2B businesses - Data Technology team, especially architect and data platform engineering team - Key primary data users across The Economist Group in and beyond the Data & Insights team - Key stakeholders across Economist Intelligence, Economist Impact & Economist Education - Product team under our Chief Product Officer
ID
2021-7846
Job Locations DE-Leipzig | United States-NY-New York | BR
If you would relish working in a high growth and fast paced client-focused business, helping organisations solve a range of business challenges, we could be the right fit for you. You will be able to make a real impact here and the EIU through working on a range of projects which will challenge you and build your knowledge and skills at pace. As a Senior Analyst, you will be contributing to a variety of different projects as well as be exposed to our other consulting businesses and the wider EIU. You will meet, work with, and be mentored by our industry leading consultants and economists. The role kicks off with a structured induction to give you an overview of our business and our differentiators, introducing you to our work across the different consulting teams, which are led by our experienced consultants. As a Senior Analyst, you will be continuously mentored so that you have the necessary support and guidance to fully develop your knowledge and skills. You will be working closely with more senior consultants who will help you consolidate these new capabilities. We believe in equipping you so that you can progress quickly in our business. You will first become comfortable with our analysis frameworks and methodologies, as well as mastering a range of more technical consulting skills. As you progress from Analyst to Associate you will begin to develop your client presentation and project management skills. As you move from Senior Associate towards Principal, we will help you become proficient in managing our client accounts and developing new business for us. We want you to progress quickly so we will focus on ensuring you have the right skills at each stage.
ID
2021-8158
Job Locations India-Gurugram
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. 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 Economist Group has a global implementation of Salesforce.com, Sales Cloud. This is spread over several businesses and different revenue streams. There is integration with related marketing products such as Marketo & Eloqua, and some use is made of the Force.com platform.  In addition, The Economist Group has recently implemented a B2C Salesforce instance, spanning Communities, Service & Marketing Clouds and includes installed packages, such as Limio and Zuora; this is an exciting opportunity to be part of a Digital Transformation programme to improve our Customer Experience.   The Salesforce Developer will support the expansion of our Salesforce capabilities while working on projects from requirement gathering to design and implementation. Responsibilities will also include Salesforce configuration along with the system maintenance and customization to support business requirements, recommending opportunities for on-going improvements as appropriate. The role demands considerable Salesforce.com experience developing programmatically and to provide architectural recommendations.    This is an exciting role which will allow the successful candidate to gain exposure to multiple Salesforce Clouds and be a part of a dynamic team and interact with stakeholders across different departments and levels.
ID
2022-8439
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
  Economist Impact combines the rigour of a think-tank with the creativity of a media brand to engage an influential global audience.    We partner with corporations, foundations, NGOs and governments across big themes including sustainability, health and the changing shape of globalisation to catalyse change and enable progress. We are a part of The Economist Group; 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 events and electronic services.    The Technical Lead is responsible for the oversight of product and platform initiatives from start to finish, working with our in house teams and partners around the world to create digital experiences that deliver value for users and customers.    You can expect to be working on an exciting array of technical challenges including our component library, our modern content platform architecture, data visualisation, interactive storytelling web experiences, and advertising and data technology integrations.    The role will suit either an existing lead or a developer ready for their next challenge, but with at least some experience setting the technical approach and direction of a high performing team. You should enjoy working with autonomy in a creative and entrepreneurial environment, and have a strong commitment to producing high quality code, and performant, user-focused digital experiences.   
ID
2022-8423
Job Locations China-Hong Kong
  The Economist Events, the award-winning events department of The Economist Group, produces 70+ events a year and is seeking an Event Operations Executive to join our growing team. Our operations team is responsible for all event logistics and budget management, ensuring that events meet the expectations of our delegates and sponsors and that financial targets are met. The Event Operations Executive works closely with the Events Managers.   The successful candidate will be based in Hong Kong and be responsible for the execution of our virtual and live events in Hong Kong and APAC region. The successful applicant should have at least one to two years of experience in the events industry, be a team player but confident to operate independently and be comfortable working in a regional setting.
ID
2022-8487
Job Locations India-Gurugram
  As the research and analysis division of the Economist Group, EIU helps leaders prepare for opportunity, empowering them to act with confidence when making strategic decisions. EIU is the global standard in providing quality, actionable intelligence to the public and private sector, assessing issues that impact the marketplace for over two hundred countries.   As a Senior Editor/Analyst in the Industry team you will be responsible for writing and editing articles and reports on a range of manufacturing and services sectors across the world. You will also work with managers, analysts, freelancers, economics, subedit and production teams, as well as our sales operation, to extend our industry analysis and coverage into new sectors.
ID
2022-8415
Job Locations United Kingdom-London | 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.   The Economist is seeking an experienced analyst to provide insights to our marketing team. This is a new role within our Data and Insights team reporting to the Marketing Analytics Manager.   In this role you will be analysing data from our marketing activities across a range of digital channels and using it to influence all aspects of marketing decision-making. You will partner with marketing teams to help them understand the drivers behind the performance of their campaigns and shape their future strategy. You will work with the Marketing Analytics Manager and the Marketing teams to agree KPIs, establish appropriate reporting, explain the drivers behind changes in performance, and provide insight and recommendations. You will also analyse raw data held in our data lake relating to customers and their digital behaviour to help further optimize campaigns and identify opportunities to target more effectively. You will work with data scientists and technology teams to productionise the targeting opportunities you identify.   We are looking for candidates with prior experience performing data analysis to inform marketing decision-making, especially in channels such as paid search and paid social media. While experience analysing raw datasets in SQL/Python is essential, we are primarily seeking candidates with experience using insight to inform decision-making in marketing activity. 
ID
2021-8218