Fantastic consulting role to drive results and impact on your terms - build something special in this collaborative environment
The client is a premium boutique management consulting firm in the Australian market. With a strong presence across the country, this values-driven organisation is shaking up the meaning of Management Consulting.
With a deep client network across the FMCG and retail supply chain, the business has newly defined pillars of growth - into new territory of technology, asset management, and human capital advisory.
With such expansion on the cards, there is appetite from the business to bring in a Senior Leader to develop new client relationships, build a network of projects, and deliver high value engagements within a sector or function of choice.
An exciting opportunity exists to enter as a senior leader, and be a part of this remarkable growth journey! As a valued member of the team, you will contribute to a high-performing, entrepreneurial team, and advance the firm's Australian reputation.
Specifically, you will:
A dynamic and passionate individual, you will be excited about building your own practice within a thriving environment. You'll be entrepreneurial and growth-minded; while you still love the world of management consulting, you're ready to do things a little differently. Specifically, you will have:
What's on Offer
A truly autonomous, outcome driven environment with none of the red tape of your average management consulting outfit. This laid-back team brings a new meaning to "flat structure" - and you'll play a key role in shaping the growth of the entire business. If you want to create real impact in Australian businesses, in an environment that's more family than factory, this is the right place for you.
A truly unique proposition and a chance to make your mark: contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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