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    • Number of Employees: 2,500
    • Location: London and Melbourn (Cambridge)

    PA is different from other management consultancies. As an employee-owned business, which specialises in consulting, technology and innovation, PA doesn’t just offer a job, but a stake in the firm. As an analyst you will work in small meritocratic teams and be expected to take on significant responsibility, working with colleagues and clients at all levels. Progression is based on merit, not time served, and high performers will progress rapidly. With 2,500 people operating globally, we are large enough to attract an impressive and diverse client base, yet small enough to be individuals with our own strong professional identity; it’s the best of both worlds. Our analysts apply for a specific practice area rather than a general graduate scheme, so we are looking for applicants who want to quickly become an expert in their field.

    Opportunities

    We are looking for analysts across all our practices. You can see the full list of our roles on the campus pages of our website.

    The work

    Your role as an analyst will be diverse and your assignments will be ever-changing as you continually change to reflect the different needs of each client. Typical activities can include gathering and manipulating information, presenting conclusions, managing project plans and assessing risks and issues.

    Your development

    Here at PA we place a huge emphasis on personal development and training. An intensive two-week training programme, where you will meet analysts from our offices around the world, will give you grounding in consulting skills and the knowledge you need as an analyst. After that, your mentors, buddies, line managers and peers will all be there to support you, but you are free to make your own decisions. You will be encouraged to think independently and develop your career in the direction you want.

    Next steps

    Visit our website and read about some of the exciting work we’ve been involved with. Our Facebook page will also give you a useful insight into the life of an analyst as well as tips on applications and interviews.

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