Working in Consulting

Working in consulting is rewarding and fast-paced, with opportunities available in a vast range of industries and companies. Consultants provide expert opinions, analysis and recommendations to organisations or individuals, based on their own expertise. Many large and small firms offer exciting graduate schemes that cover all aspects of a career in consulting. So, if you are bright, businesslike, and interested in finding new solutions to other people’s problems, a career in consulting could be perfect for you.

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Consulting is a prestigious profession which offers a wealth of opportunities. It crosses over most other sectors within STEM, offering roles in financial, management, IT, risk, and strategy consulting.

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Consulting job roles

Graduate Data Product Consultant
United Kingdom

Graduate Data Product Consultant

As a Data Product consultant/Technical Business Analyst, you will use a blend of technical and business analytics skills to develop and deliver data-driven solutions for organisations.

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Graduate Data Engineer
United Kingdom

Graduate Data Engineer

Join Kubrick’s Data Engineering practice without the relevant skills or experience in data, AI, or technology.

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Graduate Cloud Engineer
United Kingdom

Graduate Cloud Engineer

Join Kubrick’s Cloud Engineering practice without the relevant skills or experience in data, AI, or technology and after 15 weeks of salaried, instructor-led training in the latest technical and professional skills, you’ll work for a leading UK client.

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Graduate Data Engineer
United Kingdom

Graduate Data Engineer

Join Kubrick’s Data Engineering practice without the relevant skills or experience in data, AI, or technology and after 15 weeks of salaried, instructor-led training in the latest technical and professional skills, you’ll work for a leading UK client.

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What type of roles are there in the consulting sector?

Consultants aim to improve an organisation’s position or profile by helping to solve problems, manage change and improve efficiency. Given the broad nature of the role in identifying issues and streamlining business practices, virtually all industries will employ consultants. However, the most common type of organisations that will seek consulting expertise are accounting and finance, technology, management, project management, human resources and engineering. If you are a natural troubleshooter and enjoy providing strategies to prevent business problems and improve performance, it’s time to explore the opportunities in consulting.

Problem solving

Businesses rely on the expertise of consultants to solve specific problems, whether it be revenue, management, or technology based.

Become an expert

By becoming an expert in your field, you can advise companies and managers on specific strategies to improve their business flow.

Improve business performance

Working in consulting can be very rewarding when you see how your troubleshooting can improve the performance of a business or strategy.

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