We are hiring a strong, self-sufficient and fun Innovation & Technology Strategist to join the team and help scale and grow the business. You will report directly to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), where you will help shape the strategy, goals, and objectives for all of Hack Partner’s client engagements and deliver specific elements of key pilot projects and product development. You will have great client management and blossoming leadership skills, have a good understanding of technical concepts, and most importantly, know how to deliver strategy engagements.
Salary: £40,000 – £55,000 per annum depending on experience
Are you the one who can forever change the transport & infrastructure industries?
You will be at the heart of a truly unique movement that will have a massive impact within the UK/EU economy. Here are some examples of what you will be doing:
Starting to master the strategy (consulting) toolkit – a typical candidate would have had 1-3 years of experience and have just reached a senior consultant level – and are looking for instant responsibility when helping clients solve their toughest strategic challenges. Internal consulting roles at corporates is equally desirable.
Brilliant at forming relationships with our clients, innovator network and Hack Partners team. Must have led small teams in client environments in the past.
Able to take ownership of the end-to-end creation of proposals and work with the COO, partners and other colleagues to craft the proposal on time and to a polished standard. Can spot opportunities to help clients and act upon them with the COO.
We’ve put “proactively improving” here, but really what we mean is: today’s ‘good’ is tomorrow’s ‘good enough’ and the day afters ‘not bad’. We want someone that recognises that the world is changing faster than ever before is able to stay a step ahead of the game. What happened to Nokia and Motorola isn’t unique. It happens to thousands of businesses across the world. Simply doing nothing or remaining the same will cause problems later down the line.
Consulting is hard. Innovation is hard. Consulting on innovation is even harder. You should be someone who isn’t afraid to try new ideas, know when to take calculated risks, and can naturally get back on their feet when things go wrong.
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