RAND Europe is a not-for-profit organisation that conducts independent research. Our mission is to help improve policy and decision-making through evidence-based research and analysis. Our work lies on the continuum between that of universities and consultancies, combining the academic rigour of universities and the professional, task orientated approach of consultancies.
The Defence, Security and Infrastructure group at RAND Europe conducts a wide-ranging portfolio of research for a diverse client base in the UK, Europe and beyond. Our work covers:
We are looking for a dedicated Analyst to join our Defence, Security and Infrastructure research group who can support our research and analysis activities with a flexible and collaborative approach. The role would focus on transport demand modelling, and choice and valuation studies across a range of sectors, it would also involve providing support to transport policy studies.
This is an opportunity for a motivated individual with a track record in quantitative analysis to join a world-class research organisation with a collaborative and supportive working culture. As an Analyst in the DSI Team you will support transport policy research, including developing discrete choice models to understand and predict future travel demand and the use of stated preference techniques more generally.
The role of the Analyst will be to:
You will also be able to demonstrate strong experience or skills in the following areas:
Experience in a range of qualitative methodologies, including literature review, scenario analysis, Delphi, interviews, would also be useful.
Finally you will be qualified to post graduate degree level or equivalent.
How to apply
If you feel that you have the qualities to be a part of our team, please submit an application via RAND Europe’s online careers portal. You will need to submit a CV, covering letter and a short writing sample (up to 3 pages, aimed at a non-technical audience). Please ensure that your CV, covering letter and writing sample is submitted as one single document.
The deadline for applications is Thursday 9 August 2018.