The G20 Research Group at the Munk School of Global Affairs is currently recruiting Compliance Analysts for the 2016 Hangzhou Compliance Cycle. The G20 Research Group focuses on analyzing compliance on issues related to global macroeconomic imbalances, financial regulatory reform, and corruption and energy reforms; it is among the world’s leading independent sources of research and analysis on the G20.
Compliance analysts are responsible for writing, editing, and updating analytical reports on G20 member states’ compliance to commitments they make at annual G20 Summits. Compliance analysts are responsible for conducting research on and writing 4 individual country compliance reports within their assigned commitment. Compliance analysts are assigned a lead analyst, who provides some background information on the commitment, as well as directions for assigning ‘compliance scores’ to the countries they are assessing.
Compliance analysts are expected to:
• Conduct thorough research on their commitments and countries,
• Maintain regular communication with their lead analyst (including attending meetings scheduled by lead analysts),
• Email their lead analysts with any and all questions related to reports or other issues related to the G20RG,
• Submit their reports in time for assigned deadlines.
• Follow up on any requests made by their lead analysts before and after their assigned deadlines.
• Inform their lead analysts of any schedule changes or issues that might prevent them from meeting their commitments for the duration of the compliance cycle.
Compliance analysts may also have opportunities over the course of the compliance cycle to take on additional responsibility for material in the compliance report, and to apply for a position on the G20RG Summit Team or Home Team.
To apply, please complete and submit an application form.