Mace have developed an approach that enables project sponsors and clients to get early access to our breadth of our pragmatic and hands-on delivery expertise to bring confidence that proposals are viable. Working within our client’s organisation we prioritise the factors that will deliver success and provide direction on the issues that create reluctance to commit; the most common source of inertia that plagues complex developments.
Within our advisory services team we provide emphasis on risk, uncertainty and value management, governance, collaboration, strategic planning and deliverability, social value, sustainability, commercial and procurement in a configuration that offers advice at the level matched to our client’s needs.
Our full lifecycle delivery capability is at the heart of our business which means our advice will be tailored to establish, evaluate or enhance your end-to-end process or focus on a specific delivery phase as and when you require. The outcome from our advice is highly customisable from an overall strategy proposal to a fully designed operating model ready for implementation.
The Economic Analyst will be a key appointment in the development and expansion of Mace’s wider socio-economic and social value services. The role will be a mixture of internal and client facing responsibilities, focussed on further developing and managing our labour market intelligence and forecasting work, as well as helping shape and roll out new work in relation to Social Value and Cost Benefit Analysis / Economic Impact Assessments.
After completing the 12 month placement, students return to university with a greater understanding of the industry, working life and their specialist field. Students who perform well on their placements will be offered a place on the Graduate Development Programme subject to achieving a 2.1 degree. High performers may also be offered sponsorship during their final year at university.
The vast majority of our placement students return to Mace on completion of their degree to complete the graduate development programme. 100% of industrial placement students over the past three years have been offered a place on the graduate development programme.
This role is well suited to those studying town and urban planning or related degrees, however applications will be considered from those studying degrees with a high numerical focus. In addition to a high level of academic achievement you are required to demonstrate: