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Deadline

04 Nov 2012

  • Job Type: Graduate Job
  • Profession: Management Consultancy
  • Start Date: Unspecified
  • Number of Positions: 5 - 10
  • Location: London
  • UCAS Points: Associate
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Degree Required: 2:1

Marakon is a strategy consultancy that works with executives at some of the world’s best known companies.

We bring the ideas, objectivity and experience to help executives frame and answer the highest value questions and improve the quality of decision making.

Client Work: Our project teams provide a fast learning environment and the opportunity to make an impact from day one. A typical project will involve building a fact base, generating and evaluating alternatives, and helping with action planning and implementation. You will gain significant exposure to senior executives as they contribute ideas and ingenuity to solving some of the most important issues facing the world’s largest companies.

Firm Building: Consultants at Marakon work hand in hand with Directors and Principals to shape the direction of our Firm. From collaborating on thought-provoking industry papers to leading talent development efforts, our consultants have tremendous opportunities to develop leadership and learn from our leadership team.

Training: In your first year, you will receive over 300 hours of formal training to learn the fundamentals of our practice, financial and accounting skills, as well as presentation and client interaction skills. You are also allocated a peer-group ‘buddy’ and a career coach to support your progression and development during your time at Marakon.

We accept outstanding applicants from any discipline who demonstrate:
• Genuine business interest
• Analytical and creative approaches to problem solving
• Excellent communication skills
• Confidence with humility
• Independent thinking with strong collaborative skills
• Desire to build and grow our practice

Applications are accepted from graduates and postgraduates with a minimum 2.1 degree.

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