Infrastructure Transportation Manager (R00062705_Chicago)
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People in our Client & Market career track drive profitable growth by developing market-relevant insights to increase market share or create new markets. They progress through required promotion into market-facing roles that have a direct impact on sales.
Management Consulting professionals design and implement process and change interventions that integrate strategy, technology and people to enable process improvements that create value for clients.
People in our Public Service group serve an array of clients across state and local government, non-profit, and educational industries.
The Public Service Manager is experienced delivering programmatic, operational, and organization design, transformation and service delivery in performance and outcome improvements. The manager will also design and implement business changes that drive industry-specific, function and digital operating model transformation, focusing on task relating to people and process.
Ability to travel 75-100%.
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Here’s What You Need:
- Bachelor’s degree
- A minimum of 5 years of experience leading workstreams and meeting deadlines
- A minimum of 5 years of large-scale delivery experience with minimal help
- A minimum of 5 years of high value consulting experience
- A minimum of 5 years of experience working with c-level client executives
Bonus Points If:
- You have public service experience
- You have experience bringing innovative ideas to projects
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