Senior Consultant

  • Atlanta, GA
  • Full Time
  • WNA
  • Mid Level


Immediate opportunity.   YES—WE ARE HIRING NOW.

Are you a business and technology consultant ready to take the next step in your consulting career?  Would you like to advise and support some of the most exciting companies and brands in the world?  Do you enjoy developing business and technology solutions to address complex business challenges?  Do you have exceptional analytical and communications skills?  Can you turn business concepts into vivid, visual stories and presentations?  Do you want to develop your consulting, business, technical, and executive experience?  Are you interested in joining a boutique consulting firm and playing a bigger role driving innovation, acceleration, and benefits realization for our Fortune 100 clients? 

WNA is seeking Senior Consultants with excellent analytical, communications, and presentation development skills to join our team and support client consulting and project work in business and technology transformation. 

Key Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required.  Business, IT, Finance, Engineering degree preferred. 
  • MBA or graduate degree a plus.  Top grades from top schools. 
  • 2 – 5 years of post-graduate work experience required. 
  • Consulting experience a big plus. 
  • Great references. 
  • Exceptional presentation development—an MS PowerPoint super user. 
  • Advanced Excel, Word and Power BI skills a plus. 
  • Hard working, energetic, and highly responsive to customers and team members. 
  • Ability to work unguided and independently.

Work with WNA’s consulting teams and clients to facilitate requirements and provide analytical, solution architecture, and presentation development support.  Work directly with business and technology clients to develop transformational solutions, and work day-to-day to plan, integrate and deliver those solutions.  Develop presentations, analytics, metrics, executive dashboards and reporting for large client organizations, programs, and projects.

Location:  Atlanta, Georgia; Dallas, Texas; other locations considered

Compensation: $90,000 – $130,000+ / year commensurate with skills and experience, including bonus. Significant bonus potential.

Timing / Duration:  Immediate Start.  Permanent position or multi-year contract, your choice.

About WNA

WNA is a global business consulting, transformation, and technology solutions provider.  WNA brings leadership, solutions, acceleration, integration, risk management and business benefits to our clients' largest, most important, and most complex business and technology challenges. We combine exceptional levels of talent, experience and innovation insights with delivery pragmatism and a relentless focus on program and project-level risk identification and mitigation to get programs done and done successfullyWNA is a dynamic environment with excellent opportunities for people who want to join a growing business and provide unsurpassed leadership and client service to some of the top companies in the world.  If you have not heard of us yet, you will.  WNA.

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