- Do you like working with the world’s leading multinational corporations that are confronted by dynamic and challenging supply chains in both nascent and emerging economies?
- Do you enjoy travelling internationally and getting to know a diverse set of locations globally? We work in countries as different as Guyana, Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, Sierra Leone, Kenya and Vietnam.
- Do you have a background in audit, accounting or procurement and want to harness your skills into something that can contribute to making local economies more prosperous?
- Do you wake-up wanting to apply your academic and professional skills to make a difference? Do you hope that your work can help promote local employment and training national workers; develop local entrepreneurship and improve local technological capabilities?
- Would you like to develop your people skills – working with like-minded professionals, interacting with teams and cultures from across the globe, and with clients who are committed and best-in-class in their professions; engaging people whilst training in contemporary data and software management platforms and offering ad-hoc support and advice?
- Are you curious about how government regulations in nascent and emerging economies can lead to value added innovation in local content?
The experts in DAI’s Sustainable Business Group help unlock the commercial potential in growth markets by advising companies on how to optimise their local supply base and labour force, comply with local content requirements, demonstrate their long-term commitment to the country’s development, and become trusted partners for governments.
Read more at https://www.dai.com/our-work/solutions/sustainable-business
The SBG is looking for an enthusiastic Analyst to work from their offices in Hertfordshire or London.
Our ideal candidate will have:
- Experience with quantitative/qualitative research methods and data analysis
- Advanced working knowledge of Stata (or other statistical software) Excel, PowerPoint, and Word
- Degree and relevant experience in private sector development; micro-economics; enterprise development; quantitative/qualitative analysis; supply chain development; extractives; energy (incl. renewables); accounting or statistics.
- Experience with business development and/or proposal management;
- Writing and communication skills with proven ability to write technical text and pitch to prospective clients.
- Ability to work within a team as well as independently;
- Willingness to travel internationally;
The Analyst’s role will be to support SBG in expanding its work with their on-line Local Content Plan and Reporting Platform (LCPR) – currently unique in the market place - and offering advisory services linked to this platform.
You will be trained on all SBG’s products and services with a focus on the LCPR tool. The work on the LCRP tool will include:
- Data sourcing and management from a range of sources;
- Training client users on the functionality;
- Verification and challenging the data;
- Engaging with regulators;
- Ad-hoc data management and analytical support;
- Helping clients to tell a story from the data through strong analysis, both quantitative and qualitative.
DAI is offering a salary commensurate with relevant experience and a generous benefits package including, after a qualifying period, company pension scheme, private health scheme, life assurance, income protection, gym membership and cycle to work schemes.
If this role sounds interesting and you would like to be part of DAI’s growing business, pitching to new clients, bidding for public tenders, designing and managing projects round the world, we look forward to hearing from you.
If you believe you have the above skills and experience, and you have the right to work within the UK, apply via the link.
Closing date for applications is 25 May 2018 and interviews will be held progressively.
About the Organization
DAI is widely recognised for its commitment to international development, supported by extensive in-house technical and programme delivery expertise.
SBG works across industries including oil and gas, metals and mining, capital projects and infrastructure, renewable energy, retail, food and beverage, financial services, telecommunications, and more.