PhD Research Programme
Length: The programme will make up the first three years of this permanent position.
Salary: Competitive salary package including benefits and pension.
Applications for 2024 will close on Monday 13th November at 11.59pm (GMT).
Hold (or expect to complete by end-2023) a PhD in any subject relevant to central bank policymaking.
Where you'll work
In one of our policy areas, with at least 50% of your time spent on research, including time in our Research Hub.
What you'll learn
This programme offers you an opportunity to develop your research skills, and make a key contribution to policy work in your area. We also offer excellent training opportunities, both to expand your technical skills and knowledge, and to help you develop the skills to maximise the policy impact of your work.
For more information please see our Research Careers Webpage.
Are you who we're looking for?
We’re looking for recent PhD graduates with a desire to carry out and publish innovative, policy-relevant research, and to contribute to live central bank policymaking. If that’s you, why not apply to join our research community?
We are committed to nurturing a diverse and inclusive workforce, so we welcome applications from candidates with all backgrounds.