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Employment opportunities for economists in New Zealand are listed below, as a service to Association’s members.
You are invited to participate by having a link to your website on our site at an annual charge of $150 (gst inclusive) and/or advertising suitable vacancies on our site at $100 (gst inclusive) per listing.
It is anticipated that you will advise the Association when any advertised vacancy has been filled in order that it may be removed from the site, otherwise the vacancy will remain on the site for a period of six weeks.
We hope you will take this opportunity to reach a specialist audience and look forward to receiving your advertisements. Please email to email@example.com.
Current employment opportunities
- Applications for Editor of NZ Economics Papers close 30 September 2013. September 23, 2013
New Zealand Economic Papers
Professor Mark Holmes concludes his term as Editor of New Zealand Economic Papers in December 2014. There are three issues per year, although there are plans to increase to four issues per year. NZEP is currently a B-ranked journal in the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) journal rankings. NZEP has been published since 1966 and a commemorative issue is planned for 2016.
The journal is published by Taylor and Francis, under the Routledge imprint, with online submission facilities.
The Association wishes to appoint a new Editor for a period of three years (2015 to 2018), who will maintain the high standard set by former editors. To this end the Council of the Association has established a Search Committee chaired by Anita King to recommend a new editor. The other members of the Search Committee are Mark Holmes, Stephen Knowles, and John Creedy. The Search Committee will report to Bill Kaye-Blake, the NZAE President. The Search Committee is happy to receive nominations or expressions of interest which include a statement of interest and a current CV. These should be emailed to Anita King (firstname.lastname@example.org) before 30 September 2013.
- The job is to edit and produce an academic journal of three issues per year which is readable and relevant to economists generally and Australasian readers in particular. (The number of issues is to be reviewed by the NZAE council).
- The Editor is expected to maintain the established tradition of economic scholarship but is free to develop his or her own editorial policy. Any written policy must be approved by the NZAE Council.
- The Editor is expected to have a demonstrable commitment to the New Zealand Association of Economists that includes attendance at Council meetings and the Annual Conference.
- New Zealand Economic Papers is expected to include original research, surveys, policy analyses.
- The Editor will maintain a fair, efficient and rigorous refereeing process.
- The Editor will report to the NZAE Council twice a year concerning the Editorial duties and key journal statistics.
- The Editor will be appointed for 3 volumes (2015 to 2018) and will start receiving manuscripts before the end of 2014.
- The terms of appointment will be confirmed in writing by the President of the Association.
- The agreement can be broken by either party upon giving six months notice in writing to the other party.
- The Editor will be paid a stipend of NZ$4,500 per year.
- Economic Analyst – Ministry of Health August 22, 2013
Based in Wellington, New Zealand
Exciting opportunity for a talented and enthusiastic economist, to join a high performing policy team to debate issues, think, design and innovate.
As an economist, you will play a key role in developing health policy and lead the development and use of economic analysis within the Ministry. You will also help to shape and implement capability building within the Policy Business Unit.
As well as having outstanding analytical skills, you will need to have:
- Strong term working skills
- Exceptional communication skills
- The ability to work quickly and give real-time advice to decision makers, even with only partial information
- A passion for addressing the economic issues faced by the Government.
At a senior or principal level you will have deep experience, and strong influencing and mentoring skills.
Appointments will be made to either technical specialist or policy analyst roles, at appropriate seniority. Technical specialists are expected to have strong skills in a relevant area of economic analysis as well as the necessary relationship skills to work with non-specialists and the ability to deliver products appropriate for either a technical or non-technical audience. Policy analysts, economics, are expected to have strong analytical skills as well as the influence skills and organisational agility necessary to deliver policy products.
You will report to the Ministry of Health’s Chief Economist.
For further information about this position please contact the Chief Economist, Bronwyn Croxson, on +64 4 816 2473 or email email@example.com
The Ministry of Health’s recruitment practices are based on Equal Employment principles.
Applications close Sunday, 15 September 2013.
To obtain a position description or to apply for this vacancy, please visit our www.jobs.health.govt.nz and enter the reference number 13/MOH211.
- Influential Senior Roles at the New Zealand Productivity Commission July 3, 2013
2 vacancies for stellar economists; permanent or fixed term
- Play a key role in better understanding NZ’s productivity performance
- Lead by example with your superior analytical skills and research standards
- Help shape and implement a research agenda working with other agencies
With two vacancies, and openness to permanent or fixed-term appointment, this is a great chance to join our Economics & Research Team. This team provides analytical support to our inquiries and leads our wider research effort on New Zealand’s productivity performance. The appointments will be at Senior or Principal Advisor level. To be successful in these roles, you will have:
- Outstanding analytical ability with a very strong background in economics
- High ambition to unpick and deepen understanding of NZ’s productivity performance
- Ability to undertake, or at least understand, quantitative economic analysis
- Significant experience in, or understanding of, a policy or regulatory environment
- Exceptional communication and influencing skills so that your insights and results ‘bite’
At Principal Advisor level, your deep experience, mentoring ability and top-rate skills in economic analysis will also make you an effective deputy to the Director of Economics & Research.
For more information about applying and the Commission, including a short video-clip explaining the roles, visit www.productivity.govt.nz. The roles are based in Wellington in a collegial and invigorating working environment. There is no firm closing date for this process. Early expressions of interest are encouraged as the Commission will consider applications as they are received and reserves the right to interview and appointment people to the roles at any time. (Advertising commenced 25 June 2013.).
- Employment opportunities welcomed February 1, 2012
An invitation to all economists and organisations seeking economists to list here employment opportunities for economists in New Zealand.