Regulatory Economics Manager/Senior Manager Full-time Job3 weeks ago Accounting & Finance Dubai 30 views Reference: 26967
Roles & Responsibilities
We are looking for an experienced consultant with a background in regulatory economics to join our team advising the centre of government on improving their regulatory policies and practices, with the aim to improve social and economic outcomes. You will work as part of a team of problem solvers, helping to solve complex policy issues from strategy to execution. Your responsibilities will include, but will not not be limited to the following.
Providing technical advice to governments to improve regulatory practices, designing and formulating regulatory reforms, and assessing the socio-economic impacts of these reforms, drawing on global best practice.
Leading economic analysis e.g. incentive designs; setting tariffs for natural monopolies; price control reviews; cost benchmarking and cost-of-capital estimation
Managing the delivery of complex projects and working together with team members and experts across different disciplines to formulate innovative regulatory strategies and reform initiatives. This will include team leadership, management of project delivery schedules, quality assurance of deliverables, providing project updates and a point of contact to clients, management of project budgets and project commercial KPIs.
Designing and delivering training programmes and workshops.
Preparing clear, concise and presentable reports for different audiences, e.g. technical staff as well as executive-level reports.
Translating complex market data into actionable strategies and implementation roadmaps.
Building and maintaining positive, productive and professional relationships with clients and colleagues. You will be expected to have significant interactions with senior government officials and senior advisors, including presenting to ministerial-level staff.
Coaching and developing the more junior members in the team.
Driving business development activities, including identifying new opportunities through client and internal relationships and research; developing high quality and commercially viable project proposals; and managing risk and quality processes.
Writing thought leadership articles on issues relating to regulatory economics, incorporating a unique angle and perspective relevant to the region.
Curation and dissemination of the team’s knowledge management artefacts in the field of regulatory economics.
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