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Job Locations 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 quality, actionable intelligence to the public and private sector, assessing issues that impact the marketplace for over two hundred countries.   The Economist Corporate Network (ECN) is the briefing and networking service of The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Through our members-only C-suite forums we help international firms understand the political, economic and business environments of the high-growth markets where they operate.   The ECN service is delivered in several, main ways: - Through a programme of meetings that create the opportunity to hear from outside experts and peers - Through private briefings (presentations) delivered to clients at their management and strategy meetings - Through summary reports and data (covering key economies and business issues) The Director of The Economist Corporate Network in Hong Kong will be responsible for leading and building the networks in Hong Kong and will deliver a full suite of editorial services to members including advisory briefings, webinars, meetings, analysis and data.   The right candidate will have the confidence and capability to engage senior executives; posses excellent analytical capabilities and the ability to convey compelling analysis persuasively; and the skills to moderate highly interactive discussions and meetings.  This position will participate in the senior content team in Asia.
ID
2022-8458
Job Locations United States-CA-San Francisco | 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 technology clients and partners, we are currently seeking a highly motivated and talented Head of Technology Business Development to join our dynamic West Coast team. This role will be instrumental in building and growing strategic partnerships with global and regional accounts mainly in the Technology vertical (Google, Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce etc). To grow global key account(s), the role will entail a global responsibility for directing a virtual sales team.   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 TEG’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
2022-8436
Job Locations United Kingdom-London | United States-NY-New York
  The Economist is a leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs, published daily through our apps and websites, and weekly in print and digital editions. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences, films and audio.    We are looking for a Strategy Associate to join us. You will be reporting to the Strategy Manager and be responsible for building a new Market Intelligence function. In addition, you will support the Strategy and Business Growth team helping in the identification, analysis, strategic development, and ownership of new growth areas.
ID
2022-8355
Job Locations India-Gurugram
  The Economist Intelligence Unit (eiu.com) are transitioning to operating with agile product teams and adopting cloud native engineering practices and we need your help. As an Engineering Manager you will provide line management, technical supervision and you will improve how we continuously deliver our applications ensuring best practice and innovation of our systems   Introduction to The EIU  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.
ID
2021-8095
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
2021-7861
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
2021-8174
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
What we’re looking for: We are looking for a Business Analyst to join The Economist Group’s Business Analysis and Change team. This role is part of the Digital CMS programme, currently engaged in upgrading content creation and curation workflows as well as the distribution platforms that distribute content across our products and feeds. This is a complex foundational change with dependencies across multiple teams that will lead to editorial innovation and product improvements for our customers. The successful candidate will be working to support the end to end content production flow with specific responsibility for the impact on legacy publishing systems and Editorial processes as we migrate and grow in the new world. This will range from leading initiative analysis to framing backlogs and supporting delivery phases. It will include feasibility & scope assessments to ensure business and editorial outcomes are being met during times of complexity across dual platforms. They will be partnering with another Business analyst and a Change manager working across the entire programme to deliver effective change and value.
ID
2022-8450
Job Locations United States-NY-New York | United Kingdom-London
    The Economist Group is a global media company with a long-standing reputation built on trust and rigor in both the B2C and B2B markets. Dedicated to the pursuit of progress -- for individuals, companies and the world –  we have a footprint on five continents. We are in the midst of a major company transformation that sees us working together differently, launching new products, services and experiences and rolling out new brands. This is an exciting time to join and help us shape the future.   The Global Head of Communications role will be responsible for defining both our B2C and B2B external communications strategy as well as steering internal and corporate communications. With a focus on building awareness of and equity for the Group and its four core brands, you will oversee all aspects of the global communications function including key messages to external and internal audiences, crisis communications management, and executive communications. Specific to corporate matters, messaging and outreach for topics including corporate social responsibility and innovation will be a focus. You will sit on the Marketing leadership team, report into the Group CMO, and have a direct relationship with all executive leaders including the CEO and Editor-in-Chief. You will lead a team of 7 as well as manage key agency partners around the globe.   We are seeking a leader with exceptional media relations experience, superior writing skills, an entrepreneurial spirit and a belief that words and ideas really do matter.  
ID
2021-7465
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.  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 recognized and well-read current affairs publications and the foundation of our digital consumer product portfolio. Our North Star: We will be the indispensable source of news analysis, ideas, and connections for the world’s most curious people. Our intuitive and habit-forming products will bring the authority, rigor, and wit of our journalism to life whenever, wherever and however our audiences need. We are developing a world-class product management organization and have an exciting opportunity for a Product Manager to help define and develop the Subscription Purchase customer journeys for prospective subscribers. This is a rare opportunity for someone to bring their subject matter expertise to help shape the product and culture at a point of real change and momentum in the business. We are looking for a Product Manager to lead the Subscriptions mission team, with a primary focus on creating a world-class, friction-less subscription purchase journey. You will be part of a team that is re-imagining and optimising these crucial steps in our subscription funnel, with the ultimate goal of converting paying subscribers.
ID
2022-8447
Job Locations China-Shanghai
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 quality, actionable intelligence to the public and private sector, assessing issues that impact the marketplace for over two hundred countries.   The Economist Intelligence Corporate Network (EICN) is the briefing and networking service of The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Through our members-only C-suite forums we help international firms understand the political, economic and business environments of the high-growth markets where they operate. The EICN Shanghai Director will be responsible for supporting the network in Shanghai, including the delivery of a full suite of editorial services to members including advisory briefings, webinars, meetings, analysis and data. The Shanghai Director will work closely with the China Director in setting strategy for the Shanghai Network and supporting the EICN Greater China networks as needed.   The EICN service is delivered in several, main ways: - Through a programme of meetings that create the opportunity to hear from outside experts and peers - Through private briefings (presentations) delivered to clients at their management and strategy meetings - Through summary reports and data (covering key economic and business issues) - Through curated interactions with EICN and EIU staff and fellow members The right candidate will have the confidence and capability to engage senior executives; posses excellent analytical capabilities and the ability to convey compelling analysis persuasively; and the skills to moderate highly interactive discussions and meetings. This position will participate in the senior content team in China.  
ID
2022-8416
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
This is an exciting time to be joining the Economist Group. The appointee will join the team as a new business and growth strategy unfolds and the need for technology excellence and digital customer experience driven by insights from our data becomes paramount in our ability to deliver.   To align with the matrix business structure, we have defined a new technology matrix structure leveraging functional excellence to support delivery leaders responsible for designing, changing and supporting technology within specific technical domains and on behalf of multiple business units. The Principal Data Architect will report directly to the Chief Architect, be a member of the Group Technology Leadership Team and is responsible for defining the data roadmap and data architecture design for the group’s data platform as well as enabling technology delivery of continual improvements to the platform through our Gurgaon based data engineering team. This role will be key to extending and increasing our functional architecture capability to our data platform to drive best-practice and functional excellence within this key, strategic growth area for the group. They will work closely with the Head of Data Product Management (in London) and Head of Data Engineering (in Gurgaon) to enable delivery of ongoing improvements to our data platform and suite of tools, to support the requirements of all business units and the data strategy set by our new Chief Data Officer. 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. You will have the opportunity to set the technical direction and to make your mark on a global brand's data platform and we’re looking for someone who has not only done this before but is excited to join us and do it again. The Role Location: Cabot Square, Canary Wharf, London The Principal Data Architect will define and drive data strategy, data architecture and the multi-year technical roadmap for the Group data platform to deliver on the Group’s growth strategy. Working closely in collaboration with all delivery and functional leadership teams across the newly defined group-wide technology matrix organisation you will partner with our soon to be appointed Technology Director and their data platform engineering team in Gurgaon to action the technical changes required to deliver your roadmap.  
ID
2022-8412
Job Locations India-Gurugram
  Clearstate, a business of the Economist Intelligence Unit, offers specialized healthcare market track-ing intelligence complimented by strategic advisory services to help medical device, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and healthcare service firms understand their current and potential markets, and im-plement pragmatic and innovative strategies to ultimately tap into new growth opportunities within Asia Pacific. Headquartered in Singapore, Clearstate aims to augment its field operations by seeking to add a high calibre and enterprising field lead to the team.    
ID
2021-8081
Job Locations United Kingdom-London | United Kingdom-Birmingham
    The Economist Global Technology team provides the services, tools and technology which enables colleague to to bring The Economist to life for millions of readers. This role will join the team as our new business and growth strategy unfolds, when the need for technology excellence is paramount in our ability to deliver this. This is an excellent time to join a profitable business with a brand and culture of which you can be proud of, and with every opportunity to deliver success for the Group and yourself.   We are seeking an outstanding graduate or second jobber to be a Service Delivery Associate. In this role you will be dedicated to learning about technology service management and will provide first class support for our evolving service management capability. If you are a collaborative team member with a practical, can-do attitude and would like to join our fantastic team, we would love to hear from you. Service Delivery team members should expect to occasionally be available during non-standard working hours.    This role can be based in London or Birmingham. We offer a hybrid, flexible working policy.  
ID
2022-8336
Job Locations United Kingdom-Birmingham
  The Economist is looking for a 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.    Location This role is available in our central Birmingham office, just a 5 min walk from New Street Station and 1 min walk 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, we shifted to all working remotely and the intention is to continue to spend more time working remotely than in the office.
ID
2022-8385
Job Locations United Kingdom-Birmingham
The Economist is looking for a 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.    Location This role is available in our central Birmingham office, just a 5 min walk from New Street Station and 1 min walk 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, we shifted to all working remotely and the intention is to continue to spend more time working remotely than in the office.
ID
2021-7944
Job Locations Singapore-Singapore
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 quality, actionable intelligence to the public and private sector, assessing issues that impact the marketplace for over two hundred countries. The healthcare business of the EIU provides market intelligence and strategic advisory solutions to help medical device, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and healthcare service firms understand their current and potential markets, devise go-to-market strategies and implement pragmatic and innovative solutions which tap into new growth opportunities. We have offices in Gurgaon, London, New York, Singapore, and Shanghai.  We are looking for exceptional people to join us as Senior Analysts in 2021.   Senior Analysts If you would relish working in a high growth and fast paced client-focused business, helping healthcare 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 Snr 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.
ID
2021-8228
Job Locations China-Beijing
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 quality, actionable intelligence to the public and private sector, assessing issues that impact the marketplace for over two hundred countries.   The Economist Intelligence Corporate Network (EICN) is the briefing and networking service of The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Through our members-only C-suite forums we help international firms understand the political, economic and business environments of the high-growth markets where they operate. The EICN Beijing Director will be responsible for supporting the network in Beijing, including the delivery of a full suite of editorial services to members including advisory briefings, webinars, meetings, analysis and data. The Beijing Director will work closely with the China Director in setting strategy for the Beijing Network and supporting the EICN Greater China networks as needed.   The EICN service is delivered in several, main ways: - Through a programme of meetings that create the opportunity to hear from outside experts and peers - Through private briefings (presentations) delivered to clients at their management and strategy meetings - Through summary reports and data (covering key economic and business issues) - Through curated interactions with EICN and EIU staff and fellow members The right candidate will have the confidence and capability to engage senior executives; posses excellent analytical capabilities and the ability to convey compelling analysis persuasively; and the skills to moderate highly interactive discussions and meetings. This position will participate in the senior content team in China.
ID
2022-8388
Job Locations United Kingdom-Birmingham
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 Engineering (DevOps) who will report directly to the Enablement Engineering Manager for The Economist, be based out of our Birmingham engineering hub and be a member of the enablement team which is responsible for engineering DevOps across all of our Economist product engineering teams.  Our engineering enablement team which aims to help our product engineering teams deliver changes to production quickly and reliably. You’ll do this by working closely with the other engineering managers in the group, understanding their needs and problems to deliver an enablement roadmap.  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.  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
2022-8383
Job Locations India-Gurugram
Economist Impact combines the rigour of a think-tank with the creativity of a media brand to engage a globally influential audience. We believe that evidence-based insights can open debate, broaden perspectives and catalyse progress. The services offered by Economist Impact previously existed within The Economist Group as separate entities, including EIU Thought Leadership, EIU Public Policy, EIU Health Policy, Economist Events, EBrandConnect and SignalNoise.    Along with framework design, benchmarking, economic and social impact analysis, forecasting and scenario modelling, we bring creative storytelling, events expertise, design-thinking solutions and market-leading media products, making Economist Impact uniquely positioned to deliver measurable outcomes.   Economist Impact’s Policy & Insights team specialises in delivering 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 corporates, and we provide evidence, insights and advice to shape their policies and programmes.   Economist Impact’s Policy & Insights team in Gurgaon is looking for a Manager to work within an internationally-focused and diverse team. The successful candidate will support our consulting and research projects with strong public policy and thought leadership components.    Our four core thematic practice areas include (1) Health, (2) Globalisation, Trade & Finance, (3) Sustainability, Climate Change & Natural Resources, and (4) Technology and Society. We also deliver work on a wide range of issue areas aligned with sustainable development goals, including education, migration, future of work and international development. We are open to candidates that want to work across these themes, or specialise in one to two themes.
ID
2022-8378
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.   With a growing global circulation 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 focussed on building ground-breaking digital products and a modern content management system (CMS) to support them.   We have an exciting opportunity for a Product Manager to help us refine and deliver features for our new CMS. In this role, the Product Manager will work with stakeholders, technical teams and other product managers to manage and deliver a backlog of features. This is a great opportunity for a candidate with experience working as a business analyst or similar analytical role, who is looking to get into Product Management. This role will give the successful candidate the opportunity to manage their own backlog, contribute to prioritisation decisions and define a key part of the CMS product.   This role will report into the Group Product Manager, Content Production & Distribution, and will be part of the Content Products team.
ID
2022-8325