Being an Associate at Moorhouse
As we continue to grow and respond to our ever-changing client needs, we become increasingly more agile in the way we build our consulting teams. Therefore, we are looking to grow our associate network to enable us to successfully do this.
We can offer you interesting engagements in supportive working environments, with flexible working arrangements and without the wider commitments of a permanent position. You will work collaboratively within blended Moorhouse teams, playing a fundamental role in helping our clients turn strategy into action.
If you would like to get involved in our culture you also have the opportunity to take part in our Escapes and Purples. However, this is very much your choice.
We only recruit the very best and we are focused on maintaining our high-quality bar thus, we put all our associates through a recruitment process.
We recognise that there are many experienced consultants who are looking for interesting engagements and a flexible working arrangement. If this applies to you, scroll down….
What we are looking for
We are looking to work with associates with significant consultancy experience and specifically those who have a track record of supporting clients to deliver transformational change programmes. Being able to work as part of a blended team is really important as we pride ourselves in working collaboratively with our clients and leaving a legacy of increased skills and capability once we have finished what we have been engaged to do.
We support clients across the full range of consulting services including:
To be extraordinary in this role we would expect candidates to:
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Moorhouse is proud to be an equal opportunities employer and our values underpin a working environment that is inclusive for all those who work for us. We encourage people to bring their whole selves to work, contribute ideas, take initiative and be responsible for their impact on others internally and externally.