Economist - Secretariat

Washington, District of Columbia, United States | Full-time | Partially remote


Secretariat is a leader in global independent expert advisory services seeks economists at all experience levels. Successful candidates should have a doctorate in economics from a premier university. Strong communication skills and collegial attitude are musts. We offer an intellectually challenging, non-hierarchical work environment, sterling support from research assistants and administrative personnel, and highly competitive compensation arrangements. Maintaining our reputation for high quality work is a key factor in our recruiting and hiring process.  Secretariat specializes in business valuation, antitrust, economic damages, labor and employment, forensic accounting, construction delay analysis and government contracting, in the context of international arbitration and general commercial arbitration and litigation. Secretariat’s experts maintain integrity, quality, and objectivity when solving complex disputes, delivering detailed analyses, and articulating meaningful results in a clear and concise manner.

Secretariat’s team provides its clients and their legal teams with technical support to effectively navigate key aspects of the dispute resolution and regulatory processes.  Our experts are adept at providing testimony and being cross-examined in arbitration hearings, mediations, and trials across the globe. Secretariat’s professionals have worked in industry, government, public accounting and academia and bring a unique perspective to assist clients in growing their business and addressing complex issues.

Secretariat has been recently ranked as one of the top 10 firms in Global Arbitration Review’s prestigious GAR 100 Expert Witness Firms’ Power Index, and over 90% of Secretariat’s testifying experts are recognized as leading experts in their field by the independent Who’s Who Legal. Secretariat is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.