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Management Consultant

We work in collaborative teams of 4-5 to tackle a firm’s most pressing issues. We provide tangible, data-driven recommendations to c-suite clients across a variety of industries and geographies, ranging from local non-profits to Fortune 500 companies. The type of projects we work on include but are not limited to, financial analysis, strategy, marketing, and operations improvement.
Our members develop personal and professional skills to become leaders on campus and after graduation. Therefore, we’re looking for the University of Oregon’s best and brightest. We value having diverse perspectives in our group, so we actively seek creative and curious individuals from different backgrounds that have a passion for problem-solving. We welcome all undergraduate majors, as well as non-traditional and graduate students.
The consultant role is the OCG’s entry-level position and the most foundational role. In this position, members will learn and hone the fundamental skills of management consulting including conducting primary and secondary research, synthesizing information, and generating useful insights, as well as cohesively presenting and communicating findings.  

  • Participate in weekly project team and client meetings 
  • Attend mandatory Monday night seminar activities
  • Ability to dedicate 10-15 hours per week to OCG
  • Conduct secondary and primary research at the direction of the project manager that align with the project’s statement of work 
  • Develop insights in a collaborative setting 
  • Synthesize and communicate findings to project team and client 
  • Create materials for the client such as PPTs, pitch books, and financial models 
  • Present materials and findings to the client 

Duration: Members hold this position until they are promoted, graduate, or leave the group 
Supervisor: Project Manager

Additional Materials:
In a Docx. or PDF, please provide your
  • Graduation year
  • Any majors and minors
  • UO email address
  • If you can interview the dates of November 20th and 21st
  • How you heard about the OCG
  • Are you planning to study abroad, if so, when?
  • In 300 words or less, why do you want to become a member of the OCG, what strengths will you bring, and what are you compelled to learn? 

For more information about the OCG, feel free to attend an info session by registering here.