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Expired offer:

Senior Researcher, Japanese

Required Language: Japanese Employment type: Permanent Salary: £35,000 - £45,000 per annum


Superb opportunity to work for a leading global trading, investment and services company. This organisation has offices around the world and is involved in a diverse range of businesses including Transportation, Energy, Oil & Gas, Food Production and Logistics.

We are looking for an experienced Researcher to join their Strategies and Research team. The role requires candidates to carry out economic, industrial, and political research and write reports to executives and corporate & business departments.

Successful candidates will have a good understanding of economics such as Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, and international economics and international relations, expertise in quantitative analysis and research, and experience as an economist, industrial analyst, or a political analyst.

Youmust be fluent in written and spoken Japanese.

Duties will include:

* Provide timely and reliable macro & micro economic, industrial, and geopolitical analyses of current issues to executives and corporate & business departments in EMEA Business Unit by co-work with General Manager;
* Monitor and analyze country risk in EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) especially EU and main emerging markets countries carefully;
* Support executives and corporate & business departments in EMEA Business Unit to make business strategies by providing economic, industrial and geopolitical information;
* Make medium term economic, industrial, and political outlook based on forward-looking analysis