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Censeo Consulting Group is a values-driven management consulting firm that works with mission-driven organizations (primarily in the public sector) to strengthen management and operational practices. We combine rigorous analysis with meaningful and intensive stakeholder engagement, to help clients drive real change and measurable results.

Censeo is rapidly growing and regularly recognized for our unique approach, culture, and values.

Position Description:

Consultants are responsible for a discrete part of the problem solving on each project. They play an important role on the project teams: performing critical analyses, contributing to the final recommendations, and often presenting their work to Censeo leadership and senior clients. Some responsibilities include:   

  • Support all aspects of client engagements from scope definition to delivery
  • Conduct quantitative and qualitative analysis of data into meaningful insights
  • Develop knowledge of client issues, needs and context
  • Share insights and results in easily digestible manner in both written format and through interactions with team/clients
  • Demonstrate initiative and effectively manages own time and schedule

Qualifications and Experience:

  • BA/BS required with strong academic background
  • 1-3 years’ experience in a top tier consulting environment or relevant industry
  • Superior creative problem-solving, analytical, and quantitative skills
  • Knowledge and appreciation of business concepts
  • Strong knowledge of spreadsheet and presentation software
  • Ability to work effectively on projects with demanding deadlines in a team environment
  • Effective communication skills with an ability to share and synthesize knowledge
  • Occasional travel will be required

Position Particulars:

Travel minimum of 0-10%; can increase based on business needs
This is an exempt, full-time position

Work Requirements:

Essential Mental Functions

Comprehension

  • Ability to understand opposing points of view on highly complex issues and to negotiate and integrate different viewpoints

Organization

  • Ability to organize thoughts and ideas into understandable terminology
  • Ability to organize and prioritize own work schedule on short-term and long-term basis

Reasoning and Decision Making

  • Ability to make decisions which have significant impact on the department’s credibility, operations, and services

Communication

  • Ability to compose letters, outlines, memoranda, and basic reports and/or to orally communicate technical information
  • Ability to communicate with individuals utilizing a telephone; requires ability to hear and speak effectively on phone 4 of 4
  • Ability to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken word, communicating orally with others accurately, loudly, and quickly
  • Ability to make informal presentations, inside and/or outside the organization. Speaking before groups
  • Ability to compose materials such as detailed reports, work-related manuals, publications of limited scope or impact, etc., and/or to make presentations outside the immediate work area
  • Ability to formulate complex and comprehensive materials such as legal documents, authoritative reports, official publications of major scope and impact, etc., and/or to make formal presentations

Mathematics

  • Ability to compute, analyze, and interpret numerical data for reporting purposes
  • Ability to compute, analyze, and interpret complex statistical data and/or to develop forecasts and computer models

Essential Physical Functions

  • Sitting: Particularly for sustained periods of time
  • Light Carrying: Physically transporting items weighing less than 15 pounds from one location to another

Censeo is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal opportunity to all applicants and employees in full compliance with all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, gender, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other class protected by applicable state or federal law.

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