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  • Number of Employees: 1,300
  • Location: Worldwide

Monitor is a leading global strategy consulting firm that works with the world’s leading corporations, governments and social sector organisations to drive growth. Monitor offers a range of services to deliver sustainable results: Strategy and Uncertainty, Innovation, Leadership and Organisation, Marketing, Economic Development and Social Action.

Founded in 1983 by six entrepreneurs with ties to Harvard Business School, Monitor brings leading-edge ideas, approaches and methods to bear on clients’ toughest problems and biggest opportunities.

With 1,300 employees across the globe in 16 offices, we have the scale to serve the biggest clients – multinational corporations and national governments – as well as to offer a truly diverse and international experience for our employees. However, we remain small enough to function as a close community in which individual needs and aspirations are given careful attention.

Careers at Monitor
Monitor offers you a career of lifelong learning, growth and accelerated development. We provide an unparalleled opportunity to learn a variety of business disciplines and create lasting impact across an array of institutions. Our belief in meritocracy means you can accelerate to leadership positions as rapidly as your skill set allows and our apprenticeship model invests in you along the way, making sure you have the skills and tools you need to succeed.

What we look for
We are looking for candidates to demonstrate three key characteristics through our interview process:

  1. Capabilities – including both analytical excellence and strong interpersonal skills.
  2. Capacity to learn – including evidence of a candidate’s ability to take feedback, learn from it and integrate it into their perspectives and solutions.
  3. Commitment – including interest in, and passion for, the business problems our clients face and the kind of opportunities and culture that define Monitor.
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