We seek two full-time Consultants to join our Performance & Rewards Practice. Once position is in our Phoenix (Tempe), Arizona office. The second position is open to Chicago or New York. The consultant will participate in and manage Executive and Employee Compensation projects, performance management redesigns, and related topics.
The Consultant position is deeply involved in a wide range of assignments including work with broad employee populations of our clients or executive groups.
Our client teams and project experiences involve extensive client-facing opportunities during the assessment, design, development, and implementation of new or improved programs for clients.
The Consultant must demonstrate leadership qualities through effective management of project staff, schedules and budget. It is also important to manage client resources through ability to apply understanding of the clients' business strategy and performance drivers to the development of human capital solutions. Immediate opportunity exists for contributing to diagnosis, problem solving and solution development.
Working under the guidance of a Client Relationship Manager or Senior Consultant, but with significant independence, the individual will participate in the design and implementation of human capital programs and processes in client organizations that will include (but not be limited to): performance management, organization and job design, and other people strategies. Specifically, the Consultant will draft proposals, develop project plans and create solutions for clients. The Consultant will manage multiple consulting projects at a time, and serve as a key and, possibly, lead client contact on a day-to-day basis. In addition to sustaining effective advisory rapport with clients, the Consultant will also provide guidance to junior staff members to include delegating and reviewing work quality and outcomes and, mentoring/coaching for developmental purposes. Success in the role is measured by quality for clients, contributions to the firm’s intellectual capital and culture, and financial responsibility in terms of consulting utilization and project budget management.
5 - 7 years of experience in an individual contributor role in relevant consulting or corporate environments demonstrating the leadership, facilitation, project management skills and other capabilities required of a Consultant
Bachelors or advanced degree, preferably in Business, Economics, Law, or other relevant disciplines
Demonstrated strategic and critical thinking, effective problem-solving in ambiguous situations, and project management skills
Computer software including all Advanced levels of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Access, SQL or other database skills are also desirable
Excellent Communication (oral and written) and confidence in public speaking situations
Strength in both quantitative and qualitative analyses
Understands and can apply principles of effective change management to a variety of circumstances and stakeholders
Cooperation, collaboration, and team player in developing analyses and solutions
Ability to interact effectively with clients
Flexibility to adapt to changes in day-to-day schedule due to ad-hoc requests and other client needs
Fundamental problem solving, critical thinking, and the ability to extrapolate to different situations and solutions
Ability to synthesize large amounts of data into meaningful findings that can inform recommendations to clients
Ability to think strategically about complex problems and manage/navigate ambiguous issues and problems
Working independently to execute analyses and solutions developed
Ability to manage competing priorities and deliver timely work products in an environment where deadlines overlap
Organized and detail-oriented
Demonstrated ability to self-motivate for continual improvement/intellectually curious
Understands the importance of detail evidenced through effective proofreading and editing
Ability to organize and manage time effectively
Ability to apply learning to more complex problem solving over time
Interested parties can apply through our recruiting portal:
About Sibson Consulting, A Division of the Segal Group
Sibson Consulting, a Division of Segal, provides strategic solutions to improve organization performance for corporate, higher education, and other non-profit employers, through expertise in total rewards, talent and performance management, sales effectiveness, and change communications.We are a privately owned consulting firm offering a competitive compensation and benefits programs that includes a DB pension plan plus the opportunity to interact with a highly collegial and talented group of professionals. We offer an environment dedicated to professional growth, collegiality, and excellence.We are an EEO employer.