A strong grounding in Economics, Business, or Finance. Masters graduates are preferred.
- 1. Conduct quantitative and qualitative research on areas such as investment, trade, taxation, and U.S.-Pakistan relations.
- Prepare position papers and policy recommendations for government bodies such as FBR, SECP, BOI, and SBP.
- Plan and manage new research initiatives including research partnerships with external organizations.
- Conduct regular surveys on members’ research interests and other data management tasks such as updating member contact information and guestlists.
- Prepare letters and invitations to high profile industrialists and government dignitaries.
- Regularly stay abreast of economic, business, and finance initiatives by the government and in the private sector.
- Prepare weekly newsletters with the latest insights on economics and business updates.
- Plan, arrange, and execute high profile sessions with ABF Chief Guests.
- Coordinate with the Communication and Finance team to manage office administration and ABF tasks.
- Any other tasks assigned by the supervisor.
The candidate must be a self-starter and have a resilient temperament. Perks are awarded commensurate with experience and performance.