- Permanent / Full-Time
About the company
direction. All of their work is centred around our core purpose to co-create better business growth.
Despite being a boutique consultancy, they punch above their weight. They have found themselves competing against (and
winning from) different kinds of companies, from the big management consultancies and established design firms to
other, likeminded consultancy outfits.
They're also B-Corp certified, and their values run beyond the work they do, to their team and culture too. The team comes
from diverse experiences and backgrounds, and because of this they are not bound by legacy thinking and
frameworks. To make a meaningful difference, they design fresh and dynamic ways that deliver on the innovation and
growth opportunities of today.
As a young, ambitious company, their long-term goal is to build a strong, consultancy brand that’s known for
re-imagining the consulting space for the modern age and solving complex problems for the world’s A-list brands.
About the role
innovation and organisational design. You are not expected to be a deep expert in each of these areas, but they are looking
for talent that can comfortably switch across some of these areas and thrive with a bit of ambiguity thrown in.
You’ll be working across a number of brands, getting exposure to industries from tech, to fashion, FMCG and beyond.
In your role as a principal strategist, the aim is that you gradually evolve into the key contact and lead for some of their
most important clients. This means that you’ll be tasked on both running and overseeing existing projects as well as
nurture new projects and business from these accounts.
About your background and skills
You need to have at least 3-5 years experience in innovation consulting, marketing, strategy and planning (or similar). Experience in digital strategy and UX design is preferred but not essential.
You need to be someone who gets how successful brands operate in today’s technologically and socially driven
world. It doesn't mean you have to be a digital nerd but a very good grasp of how consumer behaviour is shifting will
be critical. A fascination for business, technology and culture is a head start.
You do not need to be a jargon monkey but is someone who can articulate solutions in simple and precise ways. You can
write compelling arguments as well as present to a room full of executives.
You will need to bring a sound attitude to the team and be willing to truly get stuck into problems and navigate clever
ways through them.
The company does not tend to be drawn to people who are cookie cutter, but who have an interesting edge about them. They like a little
flavour and character in the team. "We all learn from each other and would love to equally learn from you."