Analyst or Associate
BAE Urban Economics, Inc.
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Analyst or Associate (Berkeley or Los Angeles)
BAE Urban Economics, Inc. (BAE) is seeking a qualified Analyst or Associate for our
Berkeley or Los Angeles, CA office. We are seeking an individual who is passionate
about the work we do, enjoys intellectual challenge, and has a desire to learn and grow
professionally. We will fill the position depending on the qualifications and experience of the candidate who is the best fit for our needs. The position is partially remote at this time. Please see job descriptions below.
BAE has a dynamic national consulting practice in urban development, public-private
partnerships, revitalization strategies, affordable housing, transit-oriented development,
economic development, fiscal impact, and public finance. Our primary client base is
public agencies, especially cities and local government agencies. Founded in 1986, the
firm is headquartered in Berkeley, CA. Additional information can be found at www.bae1.com.
BAE offers competitive salaries, a supportive and collaborative environment, extensive in-house training and mentoring, excellent benefits, and advancement opportunities. We are an equal opportunity employer.
To apply, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to [email protected] with the title
"Berkeley or Los Angeles Analyst Position" or “Berkeley or Los Angeles Associate
Position” in the subject line as appropriate to your qualifications. Candidates for the
Associate position must also submit a personal writing sample, such as a research report or other professional document that demonstrates analytical ability and writing skill.
Under the direction of senior management and working out of either the Berkeley or Los Angeles office, the Analyst will support project teams across all BAE offices in a wide
range of public- and private-sector client engagements. Analysts work as part of a team
to complete technical analyses and reports. Responsibilities include demographic and
real estate market research, data collection, analysis, report writing, report production,
and special projects.
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in urban planning, business administration,
public policy, or related fields, with coursework in urban planning, real estate
development, Geographic Information systems (GIS), and/or urban economics preferred. Strong research and writing skills and computer knowledge are essential.
This is an outstanding opportunity for a recent graduate who wants to gain professional
experience and is considering pursuing a graduate degree in city and regional planning.
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Posted September 20, 2021, 3:02 PM PDT
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