Careers

Roubini Global Economics offers challenging and unmatched career opportunities in areas of economic analysis, sales, editorial, development, marketing, and product management.

Additionally, we also administer a strong internship program for students of Economics, Business, and International Affairs. We pride ourselves on offering all of our employees opportunities for personal and professional growth through a robust benefits plan, an atmosphere of intellectualism, and a strong sense of teamwork. We always endeavor to hire, develop and retain the very best people in business today. We invite you to explore an exciting and rewarding career at Roubini Global Economics.

We are grateful for your interest in working for Roubini Global Economics. Please be aware that due to the overwhelming number of applications received, we can only respond only to those applicants whom we wish to interview.

Full-Time


  • Roubini Global Economics (RGE) is seeking candidates with strong academic credentials and several years of client-facing consulting experience to fill a Research Consultant position supporting our clients globally. This position could be based in either New York or London.


    RGE is the leading independent, global macroeconomic research, services and analytics firm in the world serving institutional investors, asset managers, policy leaders and corporate executives.  The firm combines national balance sheet, econometric and systematic country risk insights with expert advice and digital data driven tools to help our clients uncover hidden business and economic opportunities while mitigating risks enabling them to make smarter, more informed investment decisions.

     

    In support of its mission of helping clients make better investment decisions, RGE produces tailored and custom research to help clients integrate RGE research into their processes and decision making. The Research Consultant will be a key part of this business area, reporting to RGE’s Senior Director of Country Economics and Managing Director of Research Delivery. The position provides a unique opportunity for the right candidate to leverage both their academic background in economics, finance or political economy and client-facing consulting or other professional services experience.


    Responsibilities:


    Working in partnership with Sales and Research leadership, document statements of work (SOW) for bespoke, tailored and one-time research projects, manage scope, including writing specifications for tailored research project and keeping projects within those parameters and manage to scope during delivery process, including providing project tracking to all stakeholders


    Working in partnership with Managing Director and Research Leaders, produce bespoke research and insights that meet the specific bespoke, tailored or one-time needs of RGE clients, agreed to in statements of work (SOW) both by drawing on RGE’s core research and by producing original custom research in collaboration with other members of the RGE research team


    Partnering with Sales to understand client requirements for bespoke tailored and one time research projects and match these with RGE’s expertise and capabilities in documented statements of work for agreed and paid for projects


    Provide feedback to Managing Director, Research leaders and Sales on client requirements, market opportunities, value propositions and project deliver to improve business outcomes


    Support RGE’s senior research leaders in presenting tailored research to clients


     

    Skills required:


    Strong ability to define, document (statements of work) and manage scope of paid for tailored and one-time bespoke projects

    Strong analytical skills, including both qualitative and quantitative analysis, use of tools and processes to produce client deliverables

    Solid critical thinking skills applied during sales, scoping and delivery process for bespoke tailored and one time projects

    Strong written and verbal communication skills both internally and externally, including presenting of  global perspectives and insights to clients consistent with RGE views.

    Ability to collaborate both internally with all key stakeholders and with clients/prospective clients

    Partner with Sales and Research to develop effective and durable relationships with clients

    Ability to translate data, research and ideas into presentations


     

    Desirable Elements:


    Client facing skills, including both presentation skills and listening skills

    Ability to coordinate and facilitate meetings to create and/or improve the flow of ideas, both internally and externally

    Ability to contribute to business development in partnership  with RGE’s Sales team

    Ability to design and run workshops with clients, leveraging other RGE researchers as appropriate to deliver bespoke tailored and/or one time research projects

    Experience linking data, country analysis and macroeconomic themes with sectoral implications


    To apply, please email a CV and brief cover letter to jobs@roubini.com with the subject "Research Consultant" any application lacking these requirements will not be considered.


     Please note that due to the high volume of applications received, we can only respond to those applicants whom we wish to interview.



  • The core of Roubini's service is syndicated research provided to 15,000 readers around the world. The Assistant Editor works directly for the Managing Editor, and partners with our research and sales teams to deliver our insights to our clients. This is an opportunity to gain experience in copy editing and research production.
    Primary Responsibilities
    • Ensuring consistency and quality across our publications
    • Copy-editing and fact-checking reports on economic and financial trends
    • Managing production on Roubini.com using a Wordpress content management system
    • Summarizing our research for compilation in daily and weekly newsletters
    • Using social media (especially Twitter, Google+, Facebook, LinkedIn) to drive site traffic
    • Editing and drafting marketing materials
    • Tailoring research for individual clients

    Requirements
    • Permission to work in the U.S.
    • University degree; economics, politics, journalism or English preferred
    • Professional editing experience
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with a knack for diplomacy
    • Ability to succinctly convey complex economic issues with an engaging writing style
    • Attention to detail (and ability to prove it with a copy-editing test)
    • Ability to multitask and appropriately prioritize tasks under pressure
    • Interest in economics, political science or international affairs, and familiarity with economic and financial lingo
    • Interest in online media and, ideally, experience using a content management system
    • Familiarity with social media and blogging platforms (Twitter, Tweetdeck, WordPress)
    • Deftness with the Microsoft Office suite—Word, Excel, PowerPoint—as well as Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat

    To apply, send a resume, cover letter and writing sample to jobs@roubini.com. Please use "Assistant Editor New York” as the subject of the email, any application lacking these requirements will not be considered. Note that due to the volume of applications, we can only respond to those applicants whom we wish to interview.

  • The core of Roubini's service is syndicated research provided to 15,000 readers around the world. The Assistant Editor works directly for the Managing Editor, and partners with our research and sales teams to deliver our insights to our clients. This is an opportunity to gain experience in copy editing and research production.

    Primary Responsibilities
    • Ensuring consistency and quality across our publications
    • Copy-editing and fact-checking reports on economic and financial trends
    • Managing production on Roubini.com using a Wordpress content management system
    • Summarising our research for compilation in daily and weekly newsletters
    • Using social media (especially Twitter, Google+, Facebook, LinkedIn) to drive site traffic
    • Editing and drafting marketing materials
    • Tailoring research for individual clients

    Requirements
    • Permission to work in the UK
    • University degree; economics, politics, journalism or English preferred
    • Professional editing experience
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with a knack for diplomacy
    • Ability to succinctly convey complex economic issues with an engaging writing style
    • Attention to detail (and ability to prove it with a copy-editing test)
    • Ability to multitask and appropriately prioritise tasks under pressure
    • Interest in economics, political science or international affairs, and familiarity with economic and financial lingo
    • Interest in online media and, ideally, experience using a content management system
    • Familiarity with social media and blogging platforms (Twitter, Tweetdeck, WordPress)
    • Deftness with the Microsoft Office suite—Word, Excel, PowerPoint—as well as Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat

    To apply, send a CV, cover letter and writing sample to jobs@roubini.com. Please use "Assistant Editor London" as the subject of the email, any application received lacking these requirements will not be considered. Note that due to the volume of applications, we can only respond to those applicants whom we wish to interview.