Experienced in the Deals Advisory industry? Strong background in Government or the public sector?
We are looking for someone to join the MPA team for one of our clients, continue reading below for further details!
The Associate Director will be a vital role in leading both the delivery of work on the ground and the development of new opportunities for the company, maintaining insights and perspectives on how our markets are changing. Maintaining critical relationships and operating as a trusted advisor to senior clients, in addition to helping to shape solutions, decisions and driving implementation.
Leading complex consulting engagements amongst a team.
Being able to handle a medium to a large team, coaching managing and supporting them on the projects.
Ability to handle one or more key client accounts and engage at a senior level whilst becoming a trusted advisor.
Developing a recognised profile within the external market, public speaking at events and building and also sustaining great and strong relationships.
Accountable for financial aspects - ensuring clients are continuously informed of costs and time incurred, in addition to raising invoices and recovering fees.
Experiences in Deal Advisory.
Background/experiences in Public Sector/Government (Central), Transport, Energy or Utilities.
Leadership and managing and influencing junior members of the team as well as influencing and managing senior-level stakeholders.
Specialist project/programme/portfolio management
Experiences using various software's/applications (eg, Microsoft Teams, Powerpoint, Excel, Project, Oracle P6, Slack, Clarizen)
Relevant Professional cert - (APM PMQ/PPQ/ChPP/MSP/PRINCE 2)
Desired but not essential
Delivery in targeted business process improvements regarding capital investment portfolios and major projects/programmes
Delivering strategic advisory services eg, organisational design and governance optimisation
Enhancing project and programme controls
Assurance and monitoring
Prior experiences in large and/or complex organisations
Experiences in reviewing troubled projects and programmes