A consulting analyst (also referred to as a management consultant or management analyst) works closely with private- and public-sector firms, providing them with advice on ways to increase efficiency and address other problems. Some consulting analysts are self-employed, although they are generally employed by larger consulting firms that specialize in specific areas. Consulting analysts focus on acquiring information and analyzing it to make recommendations to improve ways of doing business with the ultimate goal of increasing a firm’s profits in short- and long-term scenario.
Consulting Analyst Tasks
Prepare documented analyses, reports, and suggestions for improvement.
Conduct internal interviews and categorize findings.
Perform analysis of data to identify and resolve problems.
Collaborate with team members to develop positive changes.