McKinsey & Company Business Analyst - Purchasing And Supply Management in Denver, Colorado
QualificationsBachelor's degree, engineering or supply chain focus preferred2-5 years of experience in industry or consulting environment that includes aprogressive career trajectoryIndustry expertise in basic materials, chemicals, financial services,healthcare, high-tech, oil & gas, or pharmaceuticals is desiredDemonstrated track record of assessing and driving transformationalimprovements with deep expertise in developing, coaching and mentoringleaders at all levelsDemonstrated aptitude for analyticsProven record of leadership in a work setting and/or through extracurricularactivitiesAbility to work collaboratively in a team environmentAbility to work effectively with people at all levels in an organizationSkills to communicate complex ideas effectivelyComfortable with extensive travel (greater than 80 percent)Who You'll Work WithAt McKinsey, you can build a career out of making things happen! You willbe working with McKinsey's Purchasing and Procurement service line in NorthAmerica. Our Procurement team assists our clients in solving the world'stoughest problems. Blending strategic thinking with hands-on practicality,our team of consultants and experts work to develop and implement operationalstrategies that solve our clients' most critical problems on a global scale.Procurement is a rapidly growing service line that helps organizations buildcompetitive advantage through the development of world-class purchasing andsupply management capabilities. Sustainable impact is our focus and how wemeasure our success.What You'll DoYou will work in teams to collaborate as a thought leader and skilledpractitioner, focused on helping our clients transform their procurementorganizations while simultaneously solving operational issues across thebusiness enterprise.In this client-facing role, you'll play a key part in driving processimprovement, delivering successful business results, and developing broadbased strategies for a diverse set of clients. Examples of the type of workassociated this role could include defining new organizational structures andprocesses by upgrading line and staff skills, changing the structure ofreporting relationships, developing improved processes, and/orinstituting rigorous performance-monitoring systems.You will typically work in teams of 3 - 5 consultants, making an importantcontribution to the analysis, design, and implementation of businessperformance approaches, developing tailor-made solutions and working closelywith clients to ensure positive impact and sustainable results.You will make a meaningful, hands-on contribution by gathering and analyzinginformation, formulating and testing hypotheses, and developingrecommendations to present to clients. From there, you will implement thoserecommendations with client team members.In this exciting collaborative culture, not only will you have theopportunity to work directly with clients, you will also share yourexpertise and insights with colleagues globally, thereby expanding ourknowledge and refining our approaches in the field of procurement.Equal Opportunity Employment DisclaimerMcKinsey & Company is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualifiedapplicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, nationalorigin, disability, veteran status, and other protected characteristics.