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Consulting

Sia Partners

Consulting Manager

Ferry House, 2 Dublin, Irlande

Company description

Sia Partners is a specialist Management Consulting firm which was initially established in Paris, France in 1999 and has grown into a global firm with over 1,800 employees and annual revenue exceeding $300m. Our culture is strongly orientated towards high-quality expertise and delivering excellent results and outcomes for our clients, which include a wide range of multinational companies. Testament to its success, Sia Partners has shown double-digit growth every year since inception.

Sia Partners is a pioneer of Consulting 4.0, putting us at the forefront of the technology revolution, deploying augmented Consultants capable of leveraging emerging digital technology to enhance and improve their cognitive reasoning, analysis and planning. Supported by Augmented & Artificial Intelligence, Automation and Data Science we empower our clients to make the right decisions at the right time for the right reasons.

With our consultants representing 41 different nationalities, we are a highly diverse team spread across 30 offices in 16 countries. However, using innovative technologies such as our own in-house apps, social networks, and digital tools, we provide a truly integrated global service.

Sia Partners is an equal opportunities employer, committed to diversity, inclusion and employee well-being. Our diversity and inclusion networks {local and global) contribute to a pipeline of initiatives to enhance employee quality of life and foster a caring environment to work in.

Employees are encouraged to contribute to these initiatives and drive positive change in the organisation across 5 pillars: Women@Sia, LGBTQ+, Multi-Ethnic, Well-being and Environment.

Job description

We require a Consulting Manager, with a successful track record of analysis and design, to join our team working with clients providing high impact, well grounded, independent and trusted advice.

Our work encompasses all aspects of business change covering people, process and technology and our consultants are expected to be comfortable working in all domains. The successful candidate should have ambition to grow their analysis and design skills and to develop both their own, wider teams, and practice capability. 

 

As Consulting Manager your role will include:

  • Working with business users and operational teams to understand root cause problems
  • Ability to use data to illustrate waste or breakdowns in process
  • Process mapping and evaluation of process improvements
  • Requirements identification and prioritisation
  • Ability to work with users to prove concepts and pilot new processes
  • Ability to work with users to mobilise new technology
  • Creation of user documentation
  • Workshop facilitation
  • Customer Service and impeccable customer interactions
  • Leadership in terms of building Pathfinder brand and reputation
  • Personal Growth and Development (both personal and team development)

 

Qualifications

To be successful in the role we expect the candidate to have:

  • A third level degree in a business, computing, science or engineering domain.
  • At least 7 years total work experience in business change or project (non-operational) roles. Project based roles could cover both IT and business change projects and include Development, Testing Business Analysis, Process Design, standards and compliance, Training and so on.
  • At least 5 years’ of this experience should be in Manager role in either an IT, Business Change or mixed environment
  • At least 2 years’ of this experience should be as a Manager, either working with clients or as part of an internal consulting or business support team
  • Good working knowledge of generally used design, requirements and process mapping methodologies; experience of both traditional and agile approaches would be a bonus
  • Firm building experience such as methodology development, junior staff coaching, or business development support is desirable but not essential.
  • Certification in design or analysis techniques is desirable but not essential  
  • A track record of other continuous career development or accreditations is desirable but not essential