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senior knowledge analyst: BCG

 
#1 senior knowledge analyst: BCG
27/07/2015 18:00

newbie_2015

Hi everyone

I have a query that I hope some experts here would clear for me.

What exactly is the difference between Senior Knowledge Analyst vs Consultant/Associate role in BCG? (I am in Europe)

I am an MBA graduate from top European MBA school (with previous industry experience in senior roles) and just looking for consulting opportunities. I know that MBAs would normally go in as Associates/Consultants, but was contacted by someone with a job opening for Senior Knowledge Analyst.

I am not sure if I have to proceed with this application. Is Senior knowledge Analyst a junior role considering I have an MBA + 5 year specific Industry experience pre-MBA? Any idea on the salaries between this and consultant role?

any kind of info would be appreciated.

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#2 RE: senior knowledge analyst: BCG
27/07/2015 18:39

Phil to newbie_2015 (#1)

Sounds like someone who collects and organises IC etc...not a delivery role

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#3 RE: senior knowledge analyst: BCG
28/07/2015 14:39

marsday to newbie_2015 (#1)

My understanding is that BCG have a support function which undertakes the primary research to support consulting project teams, and this is where this role would likely sit.

From your brief description you are a very credible consulting candidate, I would advise not to pursue this other role. Even initiating a process could be interpreted as lacking commitment to the consulting route should BCG want to move that forwards.

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#4 RE: senior knowledge analyst: BCG
28/07/2015 16:30

Frio to marsday (#3)

The Big 4 company I work for has a similar team, if you're looking for client facing consulting work I would not advise it unless you've being knocking on several doors and this is the only one opening for you.

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#5 RE: senior knowledge analyst: BCG
29/07/2015 10:38

newbie_2015 to marsday (#3)

Thanks Marsday, frio and Phil

I have not gone forward with that role. True, the whole sense of MBA learning will go wasted if it is not a client facing job. I will try to apply to specialist consulting roles.

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