Senior Associate - Management Consulting Firm

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Our Metro Boston client is a growing, established, niche consulting firm whose focus is to solve some of the most challenging issues that businesses, government and societies face. They do this by assembling senior leaders from the public and private sectors and structuring interactive meetings on a regularly basis to develop effective, novel ways of collaborating and achieving true progress.

We are looking for Senior Associates to join one of their three practice areas. This is a multi-faceted role that involves a great deal of collaboration. The Senior Associate will play a pivotal role behind the scenes conducting research and writing a variety of different deliverables that will be used by a range of key stakeholders. The Senior Associate also plays an important client-facing role as they will be interfacing with Fortune 1000 CEOs and Board of Directors members.

The role is multi-faceted with a diverse set of responsibilities, including

Analysis and content development
Conduct primary and secondary research on people, companies and markets, business, industry and/or policy issues, government regulations, etc.
Synthesize research findings to identify key themes
Summarize key points, and develop thought-leadership content

Client relations
Actively participate in client meetings
Interview clients, subject matter experts and other key stakeholders
Participate in interviews with members and subject-matter experts

Project management

Ideal Candidate

Five or more years of professional work experience, ideally from a consulting, legal or other professional services organization
Exemplary communications skills - verbally and in writing
Able to grasp very complex business issues and synthesize information in writing
Self-motivated and directed
Executive level presence and polish
Able to multi-task and prioritize
Intellectually curious
Problem solver
Passion for excellence
MBA or other advanced degree preferred
Able to travel occasionally

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