PwC’s Global Fiscal Policy Advisory supports governments and intergovernmental organisations across the spectrum of fiscal policy; providing policy advice, technical assistance and capacity building in the areas of public financial management, tax reform, and governance and transparency.
We work with international organisations, intergovernmental bodies, aid agencies, and directly for ministries of finance and other government departments around the world, advising senior ministers and decision makers on complex issues of significance for society. Our team includes public financial management specialists, tax policy experts, economists, accountants, policy advisors, and project managers, many of whom have significant experience working in the public sector and in international contexts.
As a member of the team you would be offered the opportunity to work on interesting, challenging and satisfying assignments as part of a fantastic team of people.
About the role
Due to the varied nature of the team’s work, the role requires flexibility to work across a range of tasks. It will primarily involve the development of fiscal policy advice, which will include
Undertaking research, e.g. economic, policy or statistical research
Preparing advice / drafting reports
Preparing formal and informal proposalsAssessment of reform options
Supporting with the management of projects/engagements
Preparing project budgets and managing these throughout a project
Coordinating with other teams and/or firms
Working with clients, which may include international travel
Supporting the team with other activities, e.g. conferences and thought leadershipAll our projects are undertaken in close collaboration with others, so candidates should be those who excel at working as part of a team.
The role is based with the team in the London Embankment Place office, although may require short periods of international travel.
We are seeking a Senior Associate with public sector experience (including experience working for UK or international public sector bodies, such as central government departments, government agencies or local government) and strong project management skills. Candidates must demonstrate a genuine interest in fiscal policy.
Experience working with/for relevant governments or international organisations
Enthusiasm for creative solutions to address policy issues
Strong project management and interpersonal skills
Experience of leading and/or coaching others
Strong time management skillsAbility to juggle multiple commitments without compromising the quality of deliverablesExcellent communication skills, both verbal and written
Exceptional attention to detail
Master’s or PhD in a field relevant to the team's areas of expertise (public policy, economics, public finance, public accounting, or similar)
Language skills, particularly fluency in French or Arabic
Experience working in a Ministry of Finance / Treasury or tax authority
Experience with economic modelling
We help organisations and the people who run them answer the big business questions. How should we raise finance? Where should we be based? How should we reward our people? With some 3,300 experts whose expertise covers every conceivable area of taxation, we’re one of the UK’s leading tax practices.
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