Nature of the organisation
We work on issues across a range of sectors and countries. To be able to offer practical solutions to complex challenges, we bring together staff members with a diverse range of skills and experience. We tailor the project teams to best meet the needs of our client, whether public or private sector. Within these project teams, we work collaboratively and creatively to meet the high standards we set ourselves.
We relish an intellectual challenge. Taking complicated data and applying sound economic theory tempered by judgement and skill, we turn it into data that aids positive decision-making by our client and society.
Our work takes us to clients around the world, but we operate from offices in London and Sydney.
Our business is people-focused. This applies both externally in relationships with our clients and internally with our colleagues. Relationships are very important to us and we take the time to nurture the relationships, adding value to our clients through our shared knowledge and expertise. We often establish long-term working relationships that help us understand the needs of the client and focus on overall outcomes, rather than just the short-term. To develop these relationships and maintain credibility, we provide independent and impartial advice.
We pride ourselves on the working culture and ensuring that our staff develop and meet their potential. We do this through trusting, listening to and caring for our employees, while promoting a positive working environment that treats people as more than a number.
What makes us different
We operate as a portfolio business, working across multiple sectors and services. This breadth of experience allows us to have in mind the ‘big picture’, while possessing the specific expertise to fully understand the issue at hand.
Common strands run through the breadth of our work and inspiration is found in unexpected places sometimes. This helps us offer new perspectives on a topic. We have helped develop ‘first of their kind’ policies in a range of areas and actively look for projects requiring innovative ideas, given our shared passion for public policy and positive impact.
Find out more information
Our current vacancies are advertised on the right-hand side of this page. Further information on roles can also be found on separate pages for junior economists and experienced economists.
Benefits and pay
We offer a highly competitive reward package, including salary, performance-related bonuses and additional benefits.
Will I be informed if unsuccessful?
Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive, we are only able to respond to candidates shortlisted for consideration.
Due to the volume of applications received, we may not be able to offer detailed feedback on your application. If a candidate has reached the interview stage, we will be able to provide feedback.
We accept applications from individuals who can offer experience and knowledge relative to the work we do at CEPA, even where a specific role is not advertised.
The exception to this is for graduate positions where candidates should look to see if there is a position advertised and we will not consider applications outside of this window.
CEPA is looking to recruit staff with at least three years of experience to join our team in London. Successful candidates will work on economic and public policy issues.View related
CEPA is looking to recruit multiple junior economists to work across all aspects of our business in our London office – for a start date in Autumn 2019.View related