The team works in a dynamic organisation and policy environment. The role is suitable for someone who is quick to learn and adept at managing multiple work priorities flexibly.
If you are motivated to work in an important and high profile area of rail industry regulation and can demonstrate the experiences and competences noted above, we look forward to considering your application.
Working on development of the financial framework as part of the wider 2018 Periodic Review of Network Rail and contributing to the 2019 Periodic Review of HS1;
Contributing to our evolving route-level monitoring and the development of aspects of route-level economic regulation (routes are the geographic sub-divisions of Network Rail's business);
Carrying out quantitative and qualitative analysis for our publications that hold Network Rail to account for its financial performance;
Meeting with Network Rail and stakeholders including customer representatives, industry groups, and government departments;
Participating in standing and ad hoc project teams; and
Updating regulatory instructions and guidance.
This is a high-level summary of the work that we undertake.
Candidates will be required to demonstrate the following skills:
Analysing and organising complex financial data, drawing robust conclusions to support proposals and decisions
Producing clear and concise reports and presentations for internal and external audiences
Managing time effectively and progressing tasks on own initiative when appropriate
Carrying out quantitative and qualitative research
Contributing to policy or strategy development
Participating in multi-discipline project teams
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