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Consulting Analyst – Project Specific Work
Triple C Advisory is a woman owned Africa originated global advisory firm specialized in gender lens & impact advisory strategy, project management, fund mobilization and impact assessment. We are looking to associate with a consulting analyst for project specific work. We are a social enterprise.
Consulting analysts, also known as management consultants or management analysts, work with corporate and public sector clients, advising them on ways to improve efficiency and resolve other business problems. Some consulting analysts are self-employed, while others work as individuals. Their jobs involve gathering information, collecting, and analyzing data, and developing recommendations designed to streamline operations and boost profits.
The consulting analyst will work as a part of a team headed by an experienced senior consultant. The consulting analyst’s duties generally include desk top research, analyses of the business problems or issues and packaging the information for Executive level consumption. Some primary data work will be necessary depending on the project. This may involve designing data collection instruments, interviewing key stakeholders in the company, gathering, and organizing information, analyzing data and preparing reports that summarize findings. Expert ability in using analytical and presentation software is key.
Once consulting analysts have gathered information and analyzed the data related to organizational problems or challenges, they work with other members of the consulting team, as well as with company leaders, to develop solutions. Consulting analysts then help prepare recommendations for implementing them under the leadership of the senior consultant/s. Consulting analysts also may design new forms and reports, if needed, and may be asked to conduct follow up meetings with clients to gauge the success of recommended changes.
Management consulting is a demanding field, and consulting analysts often must work beyond the traditional 40-hour week to meet client deadlines. Analysts also have heavy travel schedules because of the time they spend meeting and working with clients, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The consulting analyst should have at least a bachelor’s degree and experience with working in a consulting firm – big or small. Any relevant project management certifications like Prince, PMI or one from the Institute of Management Consultants is an advantage.
Salary. Payment will be commission based and agreed on by project.
Women owned social enterprise from the Global South focused on gender parity. A great opportunity for someone looking for a challenge whilst doing good.