We are currently sourcing for a Sydney-based Strategy Manager position. You will be a part of the most important topics in today’s world, as well as work with one of the most visionary leaders in your industry.
As a Strategy Manager, you will work on projects that range from crypto to BNPL, partnerships to data strategy, and new market entry to new product development.
You will have cross-functional and cross-departmental exposure to the CEO and Leadership team and you will have endless career development and opportunities for professional growth.
This is a fabulous opportunity to work with an exceptional leader and team on the most current topics. You will have a chance to work across a diverse range of projects including crypto, BNPL, partnerships, data strategy, new market entry and more.
⭐You will have career development and opportunities for professional growth ⭐You can find your own career path within the company. ⭐The company offers a diverse range of topics for you to work on and grow within the company. ⭐The company offers opportunities to learn from others and sharing of your knowledge.
This Sydney-based Strategy Manager Position which is Exclusive to Oaktree will take home an annual income of $120,000 – $145,000 Base + Super + Bonus.
This company is Australia’s leading provider of integrated financial services.
If you are interested in working for a large tech business with Australian HQ, then please reach out to discuss either by private message, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop your CV below.
What is happening in the Strategy consulting market in 2022? As Sydney Recruiters, we are being asked constantly since returning to work.
We are seeing multiple roles coming through at the manager and senior manager levels & a decent amount at the “Head of” level.
In January, we speak to MANY candidates keen to explore the market.
This year is no exception especially with rumours of “the great resignation”, everyone wants to understand what that means for them.
Some candidates approach us with a set idea of what they want, others have no idea what to expect or what their market value is.
Those who are very rigid in their expectations can be disheartened when they investigate the outside world. Yes, consultants are in demand but that does not mean you will double your pay and nab a COO role straight off the bat.
It’s good to have done some thinking about what your career aspirations are, however, it’s also beneficial to be open-minded at the same time.
One of the most impactful shifts is consulting firms are doing EVERYTHING they can to retain staff.
We have seen salaries, both base and bonuses increase substantially, early promotions, promises of promotion, and other actions being taken as they have been unable to bring consultants in from overseas for years and are oversold on projects.
The ASX 20 is still where the volume of opportunities beyond consulting comes from, and whilst consulting salaries have shifted upwards, some ASX business bandings have not shifted for many years. This gap is creating issues.
Some are proactively working with HR to shift bandings to meet the market, some are succeeding, however, others are struggling to make the changes needed. There is also the consideration of creating a salary imbalance in their existing teams which can cause future issues.
We have roles from start-ups and mid-sized businesses who have more flexibility with things like equity and titles, however, consultants can struggle with the ambiguity in these companies and, if not prepared for this, can leave in favour of roles within a more structured environment.
And of course, it is not all about money, and top-tier consultants in particular need to have a solid reason to want to leave consulting beyond pay.
They are looking to their new employers to align with their values and win their hearts and minds.
Therefore, it is so important that hiring managers are deeply entrenched in the recruitment process especially if their salaries are not a selling point. People buy into people.
And then, of course, we are seeing consulting firms again doing everything they can to counter offer any consultant that goes to resign.
We have never seen the type of tactics being used to retain staff as we are currently.
Candidates need to be prepared for this and should consider this before even embarking on recruitment processes as if they will only end up staying, they can often have an open conversation with bosses now and save themselves a lot of time and effort.
If you are interested in learning more about how Oaktree can help you secure your next strategy role, please reach out to us or check out our jobs here. We would love to tell you more about our services and how we can partner with you for success!
Our client operates in every major city across Australia, and they are looking for a Strategy & Operations Manager to join their team.
They’re looking for someone to bring a strategic and analytical approach to managing their organisation’s resources and operations. You will be responsible for creating and implementing strategies that improve their internal and external positioning, as well as working with partners and stakeholders to maximize partnerships and increase business.
They’re a small team and they work hard to support one another. Because of this, we are looking for someone who can demonstrate flexibility and a willingness to get stuck in. The ideal candidate is someone who has worked as a management consultant for about 3+ years (consultant level), has an interest in working in property, and loves to solve problems with a small team.
They are looking for someone who will not only help grow the business, but also implement the changes needed to achieve their business goals. As Strategy & Operations Manager, your key responsibilities include;
Developing a 3-year strategic plan with associated financial forecasts that support the business objectives and future investment.
Measure, monitor, and improve operational performance.
Define operational processes and use data and insights to identify opportunities to improve performance and drive higher levels of customer satisfaction.
Work with product and technology team to improve the customer experience based on insights and existing processes.
Responsible for expanding how our customers interact with us, you will analyse competitors, and market share, and look for ways to differentiate and improve our strategic position.
Work closely with sales, service, and support to ensure that we have a seamless experience for all of our customers.
Responsible for creating performance metrics for the business. The company will use these metrics to help identify opportunities for improvement their processes.
Grow the business by developing partnerships with providers and distribution channels to ensure that the company delivers the highest possible value to customers.
If you would like to apply for this position, please follow the links or email email@example.com for further details.
This Sydney-based Strategy & Operations Manager which is Exclusive to Oaktree will take home an annual income of $120,000 – $130,000 Base + Super.
If you would like to apply for this position, please follow the links or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details or drop your CV below.
This role is a great opportunity for an individual who has a strong desire to see how your hard work is directly impacting the world through healthcare.
You will work with an extremely supportive and genuine ex-MBB leader who is also a true expert at what he does. He’ll ensure that you get the most out of your time here, and will encourage you to develop your leadership skills.
You’ll have the opportunity to work on some of the most important topics, while working closely with customers who are going through a difficult time.
You’ll get strong leadership support from him, as well as from the rest of the management team. You’ll be able to use data to improve customer experience and really take a risk and innovate.
You will work closely with academic institutions and healthcare professionals to help improve the lives of millions. While it may be daunting at times, it’s what makes us feel most alive!
We are looking for a driven individual who will help shape the future of this business. The company’s mission is to make a meaningful difference in the lives of their patients.
You will play a key role in growing the client’s base by nurturing existing relationships and creating new partnerships.
If this sounds like you, then we would love to speak with you! Please get in contact with Asha Walsh on email@example.com.
This Sydney-based Healthcare Strategy Manager which is Exclusive to Oaktree will take home an annual income of $160,000 Base + Bonus + Super.