Strategy Senior Manager - Economic Insights, Canberra, Accenture

Published 2022-09-21
Expires 2022-10-21
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80 AU$
Strategy Senior Manager - Economic Insights, Canberra, Accenture
Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra,
Published September 21, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Strategy senior manager - economic insights
Min. Salary: 60.000

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Use your passion to support clients solve issues that matter

Great opportunity for career growth and development

Outstanding benefits and flexible working arrangements offered

Accenture has many opportunities for Strategy Professionals to deliver and sustain exciting new organisational capabilities, operating across a broad range of clients in the public services sector.

Who We Are

Working within our Strategy practice the Economic Insights team specialise in combining strategy consulting, data science and economics expertise to solve issues that matter – issues like the future of work, social services, economic recovery and climate change. Our projects help reshape industries, government policies and public thinking, and we’re seeking talented and driven problem-solvers to help us grow.

Our Senior Managers are adept problem-solvers. They are the day-to-day lead on projects. They form strong working relationships with clients, coach teams, guide and review analysis and problem-solving on the project, and manage project delivery.

The Work

As members of our leadership team, Senior Managers are also expected to mentor managers and junior consultants, role model our values and reinforce positive behaviour within the firm.

Our firm is committed to your professional development and to building your core competencies in:

Problem solving: Developing high impact solutions for clients

Knowledge development: Providing deep and relevant insights into economic and public policy issues for clients

Client leadership: Building enduring, trust-based relationships with clients

Entrepreneurship: Looking for new opportunities for client impact

People leadership: Strong teamwork and inspiring others

Values leadership: Demonstrating strong ethics and partnerships

What’s in it For Me?

Economic Insights team looks for candidates who are intellectually curious and have an outstanding track record. This role would be ideal for candidates who want to work on the most interesting challenges in the private and public sectors.

To learn more about our Strategy practice and how Accenture can help you develop your career please click you can click on this link or click “Apply” and a member of our recruitment team will be in touch.


Here’s What You’ll Need

To be successful you will need experience working in senior leadership within a management consulting or public policy environment working in data analysis and applied quantitative work (including knowledge of Python, R and/or other programming languages). You would also be expected to have:

Strong skills in data analysis and interpretation, data science, statistics and / or economics

Knowledge & experience in public policy, and a genuine interest in this field

Excellent project management and delivery skills

Experience in client or stakeholder management (public and/ or private sector)

Previous experience in leading, coaching and developing teams

Ability to work strategically with strong business acumen

Strong interpersonal skills (written and verbal), and ability to work effectively autonomously and within a team-based environment

A relevant degree and/ or MBA, Master's or PhD would also be advantageous

Just Some of the Benefits We Offer

Grow your skills by accessing our wide range of learning opportunities. Work with leading experts to bring the best of human ingenuity and technology to our global clients.

Up to 18 weeks of paid parental leave, regardless of gender.

Up to two weeks of paid well-being leave to support your mental health.

The ability to purchase up to four weeks of additional annual leave.

Study leave options to focus on your learning and growth.

A personal career counsellor to support your career development.

You’ll work in an environment where you will gain the knowledge, skills, and opportunities to thrive; take advantage of unique learning experiences for the next generation of forward thinkers - fast track your career!

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