So you’ve networked like a ninja, finessed your resume, perfected your cover letter, and aced your consulting interviews. Life on the job is amazing – you’re paid well, traveling in style, and getting great experience. Inevitably, however, for 95%+ of top consultants – there comes a time to move on.
You know the drill, and you know your options – take calls from headhunters that bring you one opportunity at a time, scour the firm’s databases for opportunities with no preference and no direct contacts. Therefore, the 2 options that actually result in jobs are networking or starting something yourself.
For the uber-busy consultant, the fabled post-consulting doors that should be so open to you have not been any more obvious than the opportunities for your buddy who is leaving their 2-year post as a paralegal. You both have to do the same hard work, manage the same market inefficiencies, and start from ground zero to hunt down your dream job.
MC’s team are a bunch of raucous entrepreneurs, so we walked the same path that you are now walking – and we walked it alone. Thankfully, we’ve built a platform to provide what we didn’t have so you don’t have go without.
The MC Job Hub is a cross-firm opportunity system that connects select career profiles to fabulous jobs. As a job-seeker, or just a curious bystander, you’ll receive emails on Fridays with open postings. For more info and to apply, click here.
As a job-provider, or an entrepreneur, you want top talent from backgrounds you trust. We tier our job-seekers into Genius, Gold and General categories so you can connect with the profiles that fit your needs. And please – include contract or hourly opportunities. With maximum flexibility and low-levels of commitment, you get a try-out while the candidate gets exposure to multiple fields or roles – a true win-win. To apply to become a preferred employer, click here.
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