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Boulevard de Waterloolaan 16, Brussels, Belgique
Sia Partners is a specialist Management Consulting firm in 1999 and has grown into a global firm with approximately 2200 employees and annual revenue exceeding $400m. 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. Our global presence and our expertise in more than 30 sectors and services allows us to accompany clients worldwide. Using innovative technologies such as our own in-house apps, social networks, and digital tools, we provide a truly integrated global service.
Through Consulting for Good, we put our expertise at the service of our clients' climate objectives and make sustainable development a performance lever for our clients. Our portfolio of offerings is cross-sectors, +60 wide consulting offers and generate 15% of revenues.
We are looking for a profile capable of understanding the (often complex) problems of large companies and of being creative and a significant contributor to the solutions we propose in order to create or improve, in an innovative way, strategies, products, services or internal processes. We are looking for someone curious, resourceful, and enthusiastic, who is ready to work with our clients and multidisciplinary experts from our other business units to produce desirable and effective solutions that meet the needs and constraints of the project. We are fully aware that UI and UX are not the same discipline. We are not looking for advanced expertise in both disciplines. We are mainly looking for an interface designer who masters the techniques of the trade while being able to demonstrate interest, understanding and use of the basic methods of empathy and human-centered design. Your mission with existing customers and new customers will be to:
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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.