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Associate- Economics & Damages at Berkeley Research Group, LLC in Boston, Massachusetts

Posted in Education 30+ days ago.

Type: Full-Time





Job Description:

BRG’s Economics & Damages practice is a multidisciplinary team, which includes a number of Ph.D. economists and CPAs, has a strong foundation in economics, finance, and statistics, combined with deep industry experience. BRG has worked extensively with our clients and their outside counsel to assess the allegations and facts at issue and develop sophisticated but efficient solutions. We understand how disruptive litigation can be to an organization, so we work hard to help minimize the cost and burden of litigation by leveraging the client’s institutional knowledge and available information to maximize responsiveness and expedite resolution.


 We are seeking a highly motivate Associate or Senior Associate level to join BRG’s Economics & Damages practice. In this role you may be asked to review accounting and financial records and analyze the historical cost and revenue performance in conjunction with industry data and trends. This analysis has been used in business valuations and calculating damages in litigation cases (specifically Intellectual Property cases).  f You may also be asked to assist with cost audits, compliance reviews, and operational process improvement plans. This position will be responsible for solving complex problems with strong modeling skills in Excel, valuation-related technical competencies. The optimal candidate should have the ability to communicate concepts clearly, both verbally and in written reports, while also being able to manager his or her time effectively. BRG offers all of its professionals on-the-job training and external training opportunities, benefits, and a unique career path within a management consulting firm.


Responsibilities:



  • Analyze historical and projected financial information.

  • Develop detailed financial models to value companies and calculate damages in litigation cases.

  • Aggregate and organize large data sets in Microsoft Excel.

  • In connection with each project, research and develop a view on the competitive advantages and disadvantages of our clients in the industries in which each competes.

  • Consistently meet client deadlines and quality expectations.

  • Maintain an organized, methodical, and professional demeanor.

  • Take ownership in the work product.

  • Communicate project status and results both internally and externally.

  • Demonstrate strong report writing skills.

  • Participate in a team environment and collaborate to share responsibilities towards attainment of team goals.

  • Actively seek out opportunities for practice development projects and personal leadership skill development.

  • Actively participate in BRG’s business development activities, including client meetings and presentations.

  • Be ready to expand your network with clients to become a trusted and reputable advisor.

Basic Qualifications:



  • A Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or other related field of study;

  • Up to two (2) years of prior work experience is required, preferably in data analysis, financial statements;

  • Strong experience in using Microsoft Excel;

  • Strong verbal communication skills with confidence in presenting key findings; and

  • Experience supporting key members of the team in completion of client-ready deliverables.

 


Candidate must be able to submit verification of his/her legal right to work in the U.S., without company sponsorship.


BRG is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.


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