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March 2017

We are hiring!

Do you want to join an innovative management consultancy that shapes, defines and delivers high level business or IT transformation programmes?

Following the relaunch and rebranding of our organisation we want to speak with people who are keen to embark on a new and rewarding career within consultancy. You may have recently graduated or moved into a role following graduation that isn’t quite the career path for you, or perhaps you have been seconded onto an internal project and really enjoyed working to support it.

We have worked with many of the largest companies in the world, helping our clients to make key decisions in how they structure their business, improve the processes that drive the business or help them realign to new technology to ensure they are one step ahead of the competition. We partner with organisations that offer innovative disruptive technologies such as Robotics, Automation and Digital or provide them toolkits and methodologies that allow them to realise the benefits of their investment. Our projects are fast paced, varied and hugely rewarding.

For us the brief is simple – we don’t hide behind fancy job titles and long winded job descriptions. We want to speak to driven individuals with a passion for making a difference that possess the core skills a consultant needs. At Voyager Solutions we have a proven track record of developing our own people. It allows us to maintain our unique culture and way of working that our clients value. All we ask is that you bring energy and enthusiasm along with clear communication skills, a structured approach to your work as well as the ability to travel across the UK and Europe. In return you will receive a highly competitive salary, bonus scheme attributed to sales and relationship development and full training across a wide range of roles including: PMO, Project Management, Process/Business Analysis, Change Management & Technology.

Please get in touch or email Carl for more information!

Article written by: Carl Eardley