Redstone Strategy hiring for Manager role

Redstone is currently hiring for a Manager position and seeking candidates who have consulting and project management experience.

POSITION SUMMARY

All consultants at Redstone play key roles on project teams. Building on a strong foundation of consulting or client services-based experience, Managers oversee day-to-day team activities and run most client interactions. Managers are experienced staff that help lead projects and have developed strong consulting skills.

As a Manager, you will provide overall project vision, develop and manage work plans, create client deliverables, structure analyses, and cultivate insights. In addition, mentoring and apprenticeship are vital parts of life at Redstone. Managers are responsible for the professional development and coaching of Analysts and Associates on the team. As Managers gain experience, they take greater ownership of client management and oversee projects with more complex dynamics.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • At least three full years completed at a strategy consulting firm or similar client service-based firm, with four or more years preferred
  • read more qualification in the full job description

COMPENSATION

The compensation for Managers at Redstone includes an annual base salary starting at $152,000 plus a year-end bonus. Redstone provides a generous benefits package including a retirement program, significant portion of premiums for employee and dependent coverage in medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and short/long-term disability, paid parental leave and other paid time off (vacation, holiday, volunteer, personal, bereavement, jury duty, and voting), reimbursement for professional learning, and partial reimbursement for personal cell phone and fitness expenses.  

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By Kelly McSergi
Kelly McSergi Assistant Director of Employer Relations