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Research Analyst

Date: 19-Jan-2022

Location: Dublin, IE, D02 V449

Company: Knight Frank

 Scope

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Research Department at Knight Frank. Reporting to the Chief Economist and Head of Research and tasked with delivering insightful analysis on the commercial and residential property markets, your contribution will be key to further growing the reputation for thought leadership that the Department has established within the industry. The role involves producing impactful research for high-profile domestic and international investors and developers.

 

The role offers an ambitious professional the opportunity to learn and build their career, working with the best teams in the Irish market and with Knight Frank’s UK and global property professionals.

The successful candidate would ideally have a keen interest in economic current affairs and the impact economic developments have on property markets. A wider interest in the urban environment and a desire to understand what makes cities tick is also important.

 

Responsibilities

  • Work as part of a team in delivering thought leadership research reports.
  • Gather, store and analyse data in an efficient manner.
  • Provide support for agents in terms of content for pitches, presentations and ad hoc requests.
  • Contribute to building models for econometric forecasting of property markets.
  • Liaise with media to maximise exposure of research output.

 

Requirements

  • Educated to masters level in finance/economics or a similar field
  • Experience working in the real estate industry would be beneficial.
  • Proficient in econometrics would be ideal.
  • A number of years’ experience working in an analyst role.
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills
  • Powerpoint and MS word skills
  • Attention to detail is essential
  • Numerically competent
  • Excellent writing skills – ability to male point in a clear and a compelling fashion
  • Ability to work independently and manage your own output