Economics Consultant Graduate Programme 2021
Our people are engaged co-owners of our company. We offer great career opportunities and provide excellent remuneration and a flexible benefits package including pension, ownership dividend and performance-related bonus. Turley operates a blended flexible working model, allowing co-owners choice, freedom, and flexibility as to where, when and how they work, balancing personal, team and client requirements.
What we do
We work with towns and cities on funding bids, masterplans and investment plans. We also help our clients to measure and appreciate their economic and social value impacts as well as health and social infrastructure impacts. Our work supports development and helps to make the case for public funding for places.
If you are starting your career in economic development or have a couple of years’ experience and want to make a real difference to the economic prospects of places and the social and economic wellbeing of people, we would like to hear from you.
What we're looking for
We are seeking a passionate graduate who demonstrates drive and curiosity, excellent communication, analytical and report-writing skills, as well as confidence in working with data. You should have a degree or an equivalent level in geography and/or economics or a related discipline in a similar field.
You will primarily be involved in research, data collection, literature reviews and undertaking consultation with a range of socio-economic stakeholders. You will be highly numerate, comfortable with quantitative data and analysis and able to communicate using a range of written and presentation formats.
The successful candidate must have permission to work in the UK by the start of their employment.