We are currently recruiting for a Property Economics Analyst for a newly established Economics and Property Economics Consultancy in Melbourne.
Clients and Projects
Our client provides advice across state government, local government, and private sector development. They do this both as the lead consultant as well as partnering with major consortia where they provide the specialist property economics technical reports into larger studies.
For state government you may be working on high level policies especially where Infrastructure, Economics and Land-Use intersect, there is also the potential that you will provide high level advice around the suitable development for site specific projects such major land release sites, regeneration projects and the like.
For local government you maybe asked to provide site specific development advice around suitable land use mix for their key activity centres or work on Land supply studies to inform future Land-Use policies.
For the private sector you may work with high-net-worth private equity developers to provide either initial development feasibility for potential acquisitions or advise on emerging trends that affect land use and development they should be aware of.
Your role and progression
You will initially start on a 1-2 day a week basis whilst you complete your studies, initially on an hourly rate (circa $40+super). Once completed you would move to a full-time role as a Property Economics Consultant where you would support the Senior Property Economists before moving on to develop your career further by taking carriage of your own clients and project management.
Whilst initially studying you’re likely to be in a more “backroom capacity” the client operates a very flat structure so there would be scope to quickly develop your client-facing skills as well as working closely with the manager in helping to run projects from the development of methodologies through to delivery.
Who It would Suit?
A current student (or recent graduate) who’s qualified in Property Economics but who wants to work at a more blue-sky problem-solving level as opposed to a more site-specific valuations role.
You’ll need a good basic understanding of property and land values (hence the property economics degree).
Contact Kirsten Ellis at Planned Resources on firstname.lastname@example.org