About Alvarez & Marsal
Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) is a global professional services firm notable for its work in turnaround management and performance improvement of a number of large, high-profile businesses both in the US and abroad such as Lehman Brothers, HealthSouth, Tribune Company, Warnaco, Interstate Bakeries, Target, Darden Restaurants and Arthur Andersen.
As a Manager specializing in Business Intelligence within A&M’s Disputes & Investigations practice, the successful candidate:
Should have very strong research skills, especially in relation to open-source intelligence gathering, and have extensive experience using industry tools such as MCA, Factiva, Lexis Nexis, World Check, Complinet etc;
Must have strong experience in leading and managing a team in a demanding and fast paced environment;
Must have experience in managing client relationships and multiple deliverables ;
Must demonstrate commercial acumen sharp focus on typical client objectives in business intelligence engagements; and
Must have experience working with external sub-contractors and should carry such relationships.
Role and Responsibilities
Project management – take end-to-end responsibility of the project lifecycle from proposal, project workplan and staffing, driving research and intelligence gathering workstreams including problem solving and troubleshooting where required, and interim and final reporting through a combination of power point decks and detailed narrative reports;
Project administration – responsibility for oversight on cost, workpaper management, risk and conflict procedures;
Practice development – support business development by contributing to thought leadership and proposal development. Take a lead on operational matters including training junior team members, developing the intelligence network and research methodology.
Applicants should meet the following criteria:
Master’s degree (in management, finance, international relations, political science, economics, history, intelligence and / or law) with 5 to 9 years of relevant professional experience in business intelligence;
Strong analytical ability and lateral thinking acumen with proven ability for conducting thorough public record research;
An eye for detail and strong report writing skills (including visually appealing, complex and descriptive investigative reports) that reflect a clear thought process and communicate an accurate message ;
Strong Microsoft PowerPoint and Word skills;
Effective communication skills required – written and oral ability to communicate research topics, and more complex concepts in discussion with case leads;
Effective interpersonal skills - good team player with the ability to work under pressure;
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