Our Postal & Delivery team is at the heart of Copenhagen Economics’ growth. We pride ourselves as being one of the global thought leaders within the fields of competition and regulatory economics in the e-commerce, postal, and delivery markets, providing strategic support to private and public sector clients worldwide. We help our clients with strategic advice on regulatory design and pricing, economic expert support in competition and state aid cases, as well as with economic impact assessments. Our clients include delivery operators such as Deutsche Post, PostNL, PostNord, and UPS, e-commerce players such as Amazon, as well as national and European regulators and policymakers.
As our team is growing, we are looking for a senior economist, passionate about project management, to join our international team of experts and to support our private and public clients in e-commerce, postal, and delivery markets across Europe and beyond with sound economic advice. Prior consultancy experience and sector experience is highly valued, but not a must. You will work from one of our offices in Brussels, Copenhagen, Helsinki, or Stockholm. The start date is flexible.
WHAT DO WE OFFER?
Working at Copenhagen Economics means collaborating with the best and brightest economists in Europe. Teamwork is a fundamental part of how we operate, and you will have the opportunity to work closely with your colleagues to further develop your economics toolbox and analytical skills. You will work on a broad variety of international cases handled by our Postal & Delivery team. You will lead a team of junior colleagues across all stages of a project ranging from data collection to ultimately communicating results to clients.
As a member of our Postal & Delivery practice, you will join our Market business unit where we are united by our shared passion for competition economics and providing top-tier service to our clients in relation to investigations before European competition authorities, court proceedings, regulatory challenges, and commercial decisions.
You will take on an exciting and challenging position in an international, flexible, friendly, and fast-paced environment. You will assume extensive responsibilities from the outset and get the opportunity to grow both personally and professionally. Working as part of a team when dealing with clients, we make sure to recognise individual contributions and celebrate shared successes.
YOUR EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCIES
You possess personal drive, a perceptive business sense, and integrity. You take pride in delivering high-quality advice to our clients by agreed deadlines and budgets. You have a special interest in economic questions arising in e-commerce, parcel delivery, and traditional postal markets. Prior consulting experience is highly valued, but not a must. Alternatively, you might have led economic studies working for or within the logistics sector, regulatory authority, or other institution. At least a bachelor’s degree in economics is required for this position.
In addition, we expect you to have:
HOW TO APPLY
Please submit your application, including your CV, cover letter, and academic transcripts no later than 16 December 2022. In your motivational letter, please elaborate on why you would like to work with us and why you believe you would be a good fit for the role and our team (max 500 words). We would also kindly ask you to provide the names and job titles of three references whom we could contact in the event you are called for an interview. These individuals can be noted at the end of your CV, and we will of course inform you before we reach out to them.
As a company we are committed to responding to all applicants, no matter the result, and successful candidates will be informed and called for an interview on an ongoing basis. If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact Anna Boivie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to receiving your application!