Senior Analyst, Macroeconomics

Macro · Washington, District of Columbia
Department Macro
Employment Type Full-Time

Start Date: Immediately

Job Title: Senior Analyst

Practice Area: Macroeconomics

Employment Type: Full time

Location: Washington, D.C.

Residency Type: Authorized to work in U.S. (citizen, lawful permanent resident, STEM OPT visa, etc.)

Application Deadline: None; Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis

Keybridge is a boutique economics and public policy consulting firm based in Washington, DC. Our mission is to generate, curate, and apply analytical insights that help organizations create a more prosperous, resilient, and healthy nation and world. Since 2001, we have used our expertise in economics, global affairs, public policy, and data analytics to help our clients anticipate and respond to economic trends and advance sound, data-driven public policies. Our clients include Fortune 500 corporations, leading trade associations, federal government agencies, non-profits, and other organizations that operate at the intersection of economics and public policy.

Keybridge is organized into three practice areas: Macroeconomics, Public Policy, and Social Responsibility & Accountability. While all three areas provide clients with a similar suite of economic and policy research, analysis, and strategic advisory services, the typical client portfolio and project profile varies across teams.


As a Senior Analyst, you will work with members of the Macroeconomics Practice to manage and deliver analytical and consulting services to a variety of clients, including private companies, trade associations, non-profit organizations, and government entities. You will be expected to apply economic principles and analytical approaches to real-world problems and to exercise advanced problem-solving skills and creativity. Successful candidates have a demonstrated interest in macroeconomic trends and global developments and are able to work simultaneously across multiple subject-matter areas, quickly learning new topics and methods as needed.

Current areas of focus for our Macroeconomic Practice clients include:

  • Short-, medium-, and long-term outlook for the U.S. economy, including inflation risks, post-pandemic economic effects, and trends in employment, consumer spending, investment spending, etc.
  • International economic developments (G20, European Union, Asian, and Latin American economies), developments in global energy markets, currency markets, etc.
  • Developments in economic policy, including fiscal, monetary, and trade policy.
  • Geopolitical risks, including Russia-Ukraine risks, the future of U.S.-China relations, global financial risks, emerging-market debt issues, the rise of global populism, Brexit implications, and other geopolitical developments.
  • U.S. state and regional economic developments.
  • Industry and sector-specific issues, including energy and environment, finance, telecommunications, and manufacturing.

This position will provide you with opportunities to develop expertise in a variety of economic topics, as well as apply new skills in an up-tempo work environment. You will work alongside a creative, inter-disciplinary team of economists and policy professionals and engaged clients, breaking new ground in terms of the tactics, tools, and insights our clients use to carry out their mission.


Knowledge Management and Thought Leadership

  • Maintain a robust and expanding knowledge base around macroeconomic and global geopolitical developments.
  • Actively contribute to team and client brainstorming sessions to identify clients’ analytical and strategic needs and ways to address them.

Data Analysis and Reporting

  • Conduct economic, data, and public policy analysis. Tasks include (but are not limited to) identifying data requirements, designing analytical approaches, and applying a creative mix of qualitative and quantitative methods to address client needs.
  • Translate complex analytical results into clear and compelling insights that have a clear nexus to client interests and needs.
  • Develop and oversee the development of presentations and written reports for technical and non-technical audiences, utilizing charts, dashboards, infographics, and other forms of data visualization to communicate clearly, concisely, and comprehensively.


  • Assist with formulating and executing project workplans with realistic timelines, budgets, and resource allocations.
  • Develop professional relationships with Keybridge clients and assist with client management responsibilities.
  • Provide oversight and mentoring to more junior staff, including delegating tasks, providing feedback, and instructing on analytical frameworks and methods.

You also may be assigned other duties, such as being asked to contribute to internal firm initiatives, playing a mentoring role with a more junior colleague, etc.


  • At least three years of work experience in an economic research, government, public policy or consulting field; or an advanced degree in economics, public policy, international relations, business, or related field with one year of work experience.
  • Demonstrated passion for macroeconomic trends and developments; naturally curious personality with a drive to understand how economic and political forces interact, and a demonstrated ability to quickly learn new topics or methods as needed.
  • Collegial “team-first” attitude, positive outlook, and a friendly disposition.
  • Demonstrated quantitative skills, including knowledge and application of economic principles and concepts, statistics, data analytics, and econometrics.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Strong organizational skills and a meticulous attention to detail, with a proven track record of producing high-quality, client-ready work.
  • Ability to operate collaboratively within a team environment while also moving work forward independently as needed.
  • Proven ability to multitask in a professional service environment that often requires last minute adjustments to team and client priorities.


  • Advanced degree and/or work experience with a focus on macroeconomics and global affairs.
  • Strong project management skills, including experience translating general requests into clear goals and objectives, and experience building workplans, budgets, and schedules.
  • Experience with effectively communicating to both technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Experience with formal surveys and the collection and analysis of quantitative data.
  • Client management skills, including experience communicating directly with clients through formal and informal channels (e.g., video calls, emails, meetings, presentations).

If you have a passion for creative problem solving and are interested in working on macroeconomic issues in a collaborative environment, we want to hear from you. We welcome applications from individuals with a wide range of backgrounds and experiences, and we realize that skills and competencies show up in different ways and can be based on life experience. Even if you meet many of the qualifications listed above, but not all of them, we encourage you to apply.

Keybridge is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified candidates will be considered regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Applicants must have work authorization that does not require immediate visa sponsorship (within two years) for continued employment in the United States.


The compensation and benefits package for this position include:

  • A market-competitive base salary plus annual raises based on performance.
  • Opportunities to earn additional cash compensation via company-wide annual bonuses and individual quarterly spot bonuses.
  • 401(k) retirement savings plan with an employer match of up to 4% with immediate vesting.
  • 100% employer-paid, platinum-rated health insurance plan with drug, dental, and vision coverage.
  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance plans.
  • Approximately 30 days of paid time off per year, including personal leave and holidays.
  • Paid parental leave (maternity, partner, and adoption).
  • Hybrid work environment with the option to work remotely at least six days per month, including all Fridays, and flexible work hour arrangements.
  • Access to professional development opportunities, programs, trainings, and resources.


Keybridge is a small, close-knit community of talented professionals who enjoy collaborating with and supporting one another.

We take pride in delivering extraordinary client service and developing long-term relationships with our clients, in our creative analytical approaches, in our clear-eyed, non-partisan approach to economic and policy analysis, and in our ability to convert complex information into clear, accessible, and actionable insights.

We are a learning organization that values and actively supports professional growth. This process begins with hiring staff who are curious about how the world works and driven to become the best professional version of themselves. It is powered by a community of professionals that is inquisitive and engaged, and it is sustained by an ecosystem of resources that help staff learn and expand their technical, analytical, and consulting skills.

We value and benefit from the diversity of our staff’s personal and professional experiences. We frequently hold firm-wide discussion groups on current economic and policy issues, as well as learning sessions where staff present and facilitate discussions on topics of particular personal interest and/or relevance to our clients. We also foster a supportive social network among staff, including organizing social events and group volunteer opportunities throughout the year.


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