The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) sets the global standard for providing strategic analysis in matters of public policy for governments, NGOs, companies and international institutions in more than 200 countries. EIU’s expertise in country analysis, macroeconomic principles and forecasting methodologies has provided decision makers with critical information since 1946.
We are recruiting an Excel .NET Developer (building extensions over MS office applications using VBA, SQL and .Net) to join our rapidly growing Digital team in Gurgaon. As we look to accelerate our drive towards becoming a digitally enabled business, we are actively changing our landscape, embracing cloud technologies, microservices, focusing on delivering both rapidly and reliably.
We want you to come and help us drive up the quality of our products, to enable us to embrace these new technologies and the impact they can have on our business.
This role will be part of our Gurgaon team, which is connected to a wider Global presence across London and New York. Some flexibility will be required to work with some crossover with London and New York.
In the role you would be expected to:
Develop the application
Project management and planning
To succeed in the role you must have:
We strongly desire:
You will be able to demonstrate:
If you are an experienced Application Developer with previous experience of handling a large set of data and developing and integrating
enterprise level applications, we’d love to hear from you. Please submit your CV with a covering note identifying why you feel you’d make a
great addition to the team, along with your salary expectations.
In return, we provide a supportive and progressive environment with a wide range of opportunities for you to grow both personally and
professionally. Working hours are flexible to work across UK hours, with some crossover to New York.
The Economist Group values diversity. We are committed to equal opportunities and creating an inclusive environment for all our
employees. We welcome applicants regardless of ethnic origin, national origin, gender, race, colour, religious beliefs, disability, sexual orientation or age.