More than skills, what matters is the people themselves: their integrity, their commitment, their curiosity about the world at large.
We're seeking smart and motivated thinkers and business builders with a core interest in global politics to boldly expand our footprint at the intersection of politics and markets.
Our motto is "Politics First." Our team is just as forward-thinking as our analysis. By providing expertise on how political developments move markets, we help clients anticipate and respond to risks and opportunities, wherever they invest.
We invest in people.
Our product is our people and we take great care in building and developing our staff. The number one perk that our employees talk about is the opportunity to work with a talented and entrepreneurial team in a global environment.
- A competitive salary and bonus structure, a robust benefits package, and a flexible work environment.
- We are committed to work-life balance—with more than 20 paid time off days per year and a flex time/flex location policy.
- Many positions also offer the chance to travel globally, for both research and client engagements.
Put your talent to work in a fast-paced environment and explore our current openings to find your perfect job. Positions are filled on a rolling basis and listings are updated as opportunities arise.
If you can't find the right match now, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration as openings become available.
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Andrew Connor leads Eurasia Group's Human Resources and Administration team. He focuses on talent acquisition, performance management, training and professional development, and strategic initiatives as well as recuiting for and operating the Political Risk Training Program. Previously, Andrew was a vice president at an Asia-focused executive search and HR consulting firm. He graduated from Hamilton College and completed coursework at SOAS University of London and the Capital University of Economics and Business in Beijing. Andrew speaks Mandarin Chinese and loves global adventures—he has traveled from Hanoi to London by land.