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Quantitative Researcher

London - Projects Team
Salary Details:
£40,000 - £45,000
Careers Site Advertising End Date:
02 Sep 2017
About Tony Blair Institute for Global Change:

Who we are: The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change

The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to making globalisation work for the many, not the few. 

We offer new thinking and new approaches to addressing some of the most intractable problems leaders today are wrestling with.

The Institute works to provide policy and strategy in support of a vision of globalisation which improves the well-being of people: economically, politically, and socially. Our focus is on tackling the big challenges which hold such a vision of globalisation back:

  • Poor governance which stops the benefits of globalisation being shared because countries cannot build the institutional strength and resilience to transform their situation and deliver for their people
  • Extremism which stops the co-existence and cultural open-mindedness essential for social integration
  • Conflict which entrenches sectarianism and paralyses progress, particularly in the Middle East
  • Western politics which is in urgent need of a new agenda to provide radical but sensible answers to the new challenges presented by globalisation, technology, and the rise of a new false populism.
Focus Of This Role:
Renewing the Centre

The Institute will draw on the best ideas in both public and private policy spheres, and drive forward practical solutions to some of today’s global challenges.

Renewing the Centre (RTC) are focused on the big policy challenges that globalisation presents to today’s leaders, and aim to revitalise the centre ground through a corpus of new thinking.

This new populism may differ in some respects between left and right, but what is remarkable is the convergence between them, especially around isolationism and protectionism, in what is an essentially closed-minded approach to globalisation and its benefits.

We are not a think tank.  We are a non-party platform to inform and support those in the active front line of politics, and help them counter short term solutions based on a false ‘populism'. Our purpose is to provide radical but sensible answers to people’s concerns, and create a fact-based dialogue, not one in which emotion supersedes fact.


Role Summary

The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change is recruiting a Quantitative Researcher to support the work of the Renewing the Centre. 

The successful candidate will be part of a team of analysts, researchers, and policy experts providing in-depth research and insight in order to achieve the aims of Renewing the Centre.

 Key Responsibilities:

  • To undertake quantitative research and data analysis complementing the research agenda of Research Fellows at the Institute.
  • To support the development of the Democracies in Danger Index by analysing data, supervising and commissioning surveys, and describing results.
  • To help gain an overview of promising policy solutions being developed at universities, research institutes and think tanks around the world.
  • To contribute to the larger endeavour of developing a narrative and developing a set of policies that can support a vision of globalisation designed to improve the well- being of the people, economically, politically and socially.
  • To help in the development of the institute’s magazine, The Future, by doing quantitative research, and producing charts.
What We Look For in Our People:
Person Specification

This is a role in a fast paced team, working within complex areas. Therefore, the successful candidate for the role should be able to display the following:

  • Undergraduate degree and evidence of strong academic achievement
  • Written and spoken fluency in English.
  • Relevant experience in collecting and analyzing quantitative data through desk research and primary field research as such as focus groups, surveys, and interviews.
  • Experience and ability to contribute to the analysis of emerging trends in research and/or policy development.
  • Ability to produce publishable quantitative research in digestible mediums.


How to apply

In order to apply you are required to complete an online application form which includes uploading your CV (no longer than 2 pages) and completing a 300 word personal statement explaining why you want to work at TBIGC and your suitability to the role. Deadlines for applications will be Saturday 02 September 2017, 5pm GMT.



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