At Guidehouse, we seek driven, analytical, entrepreneurial talent to join us in making a lasting impact for our clients and the industries we serve.
How Will you Grow and Develop?
As a recent graduate, you will work on projects within your respective practice that expose you to the diverse capabilities of Guidehouse professionals – creating learning opportunities at every turn. By working at Guidehouse, you will have the opportunity to collaborate, share insights, and work among teams on a variety of engagements spanning major industry issues impacting our world today. We consult with clients in the highly regulated industries of financial services, healthcare, and energy, providing expert testimony, forensic investigations, and global disputes – just to name a few. From day one, Guidehouse will position you as part of the solution to our best-in-class service for clients.
Your career at Guidehouse begins with an onboarding program that includes online courses, exposure to senior professionals, and the opportunity to begin building your personal and professional network. You will be paired with an evaluator that will assist you in forming a career development plan and providing you with regular project and performance reviews during your tenure at Guidehouse.
In addition, there is an array of opportunities to support your continued professional development at every level. We offer an extensive curriculum of classes on topics such as managing client relationships, critical problem solving, and selling strategies, and we support professionals who wish to pursue continuing education or specialized certifications. As you continue to grow and develop, there are leadership development programs, classes, and continued education opportunities to support you in your advancement.
Successful interviews occur when a candidate comes prepared, can articulate why he/she is interested in a position, and explain why he/she is the right person for Guidehouse. We want to know that you are open and adaptable to a variety of professional experiences, as the work of a consultant can fluctuate daily.
Ask questions about your position and about the firm, and be ready to explain the details of your resume. Present a polished, professional look, speak clearly, and maintain eye contact throughout the interview.
Impactful. Fun. Involved. Informative. Interesting. Fantastic. These are all words used by our interns to describe their experience at Guidehouse. Our goal over the 10-week intern program is to ensure every student has a summer internship experience that expands your understanding of consulting, provides real life experiences with clients and their challenges, and allows you to better understand yourself and your future career aspirations.
Consultants support project teams both at client sites and internally. Responsibilities will include client management, solution implementation, and generation of project results. A key function of the Consultant role is to create and present quality deliverables that support essential project workstreams. Consultants gather and analyze data, identify gaps and trends, and make recommendations related to baseline performance and structure, as well as established best practices and benchmarks.
Senior Consultants support the day-to-day management of project assignments and have regular interactions with clients - these clients may be internal or external clients. Responsibilities may include analyzing scientific, financial and strategic information to discern the business implications of new technologies and emerging trends; conducting primary research interviews with thought leaders, and executives in a given industry and its related fields; managing and mentoring junior staff; and preparing and presenting written reports to Guidehouse senior management and clients.
Managing Consultants are responsible for managing projects from cultivation to completion. Managing Consultants manage the activities of the designated project team and support the day to day management of the client relationship, including developing and managing work plans, staffing, deadlines and budgets across multiple projects simultaneously. Work products are expected to be high-quality and client ready. Managing Consultants lead team meetings and guide, manage, and coach Consultants and Senior Consultants. Managing Consultants take part in sales initiatives and practice development.
Associate Director is a highly challenging position that draws heavily upon all of the analytical, creative, and interpersonal skills essential to effective general strategy consulting. The ability to assume complete ownership of significant projects, while at the same time being a part of and leading a close-knit team, is essential. Associate Directors must demonstrate considerable poise and business maturity to perform effectively and add value in the client environment. Associate Directors provide unique subject matter expertise and may develop business with new clients or contribute to add-on revenue generation with existing clients.
Director is a dynamic and critical role, requiring industry expertise and outstanding customer service. Directors help to build business, lead client relationships, and oversee project deliverables to achieve the highest quality for our clients. Directors also assume a significant role in practice leadership and development.
Partners require a strong presence and in-depth knowledge of industry trends and drivers, a keen ability to identify business opportunities for clients, and an exceptional ability to coach and develop teams. Partners demonstrate the ability to assume complete ownership of significant projects, while at the same time being a part of and leading a close-knit team.
At Guidehouse, we engage, inspire, and empower our professionals to solve big problems and to make a positive impact on our communities where we work and live.