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294 Rue Saint-Paul Ouest, H2Y 2A3 Montréal, Canada
Sia Partners is a next-generation management consulting firm and pioneer of Consulting 4.0. We offer a unique blend of AI and design capabilities, augmenting traditional consulting to deliver superior value to our clients. Counting 2,400 consultants in 18 countries, we expect to achieve USD 420 million in turnover for the current fiscal year. With a global footprint and expertise in more than 30 sectors and services, we optimize client projects worldwide. Through our Consulting for Good approach, we strive for next-level impact by developing innovative CSR solutions for our clients, making sustainability a lever for profitable transformation.
The Solution Office is in charge of steering and challenging the development of the services (solutions) and IP (publications) at the group level.
Reporting to the Global Chief Solutions Officer, you will be in charge of the global coordination of Teams - global-level and multi-geo teams of consultants - mainly in coordination with around 70+ Partners from different locations as well as the Talent Development department.
As a Junior Solutions & Knowledge Manager, you will be responsible of the following:
In addition, you will be involved post-deployment in constantly improving / optimizing the overall process by working on the following:
Graduated from a top business school or university, you ideally have 1 to 3 years of experience in consulting or in an agile environment. Knowledge management experience in a multinational context and/or in new product development, innovation management is also necessary.
You have the ability to work in a team, are open-minded, have a good sense of analysis and you would like to join a motivating professional environment where you will share our values of excellence, entrepreneurship, innovation, teamwork, care & support and work-life balance.
Fluency in English is a must.
The position can be based in Dublin or Montreal.
Sia Partners is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment, including hiring, promotion, remuneration, or discipline, are based solely on performance, competence, conduct, or business needs.