September 21, 2016

Human Capital Manager / Senior Manager

Confidential Company - Los Angeles, CA

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    Confidential Company Confidential Company
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    Los Angeles, CA
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    Full Time
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Job Description

Our client is a research-based management consulting and coaching firm at the forefront of human behavior change in the workplace. They consult for Fortune 500 companies on high-return practices that create new habits that transform people, teams and cultures. Through more than 15 years of research and Fortune 1000 client work, they have learned successful business transformation is not about changing the business as a whole, it is about aligning individual human behaviors with strategic priorities.

The firm enables individuals with a passion for tackling complex, people-related business problems to apply and grow their skills in a challenging environment. They seek a Manager or Senior Manager to join their growing team of entrepreneurially-minded, results-driven, intellectually-curious consultants. The ideal candidate will have a desire to change human behavior on a macro scale - a big thinker who can leverage their enthusiasm to drive results. This person will couple raw intelligence with business savvy-ness and accountability to lead a team of equally enthusiastic consultants through client engagements that "move the needle" and affect true change.


- Generate and develop new business opportunities for the firm

- Deepen existing client relationships into longer, more strategic engagements

- Partner with Directors / instructional designers to co-create solutions, and translate that into clear/solid proposals

- Lead a team of "A" players on complex programs/projects, providing project and people leadership to drive to expected outcomes

- Create project implementation plans based on diagnostic work

- Prepare for and develop content for client's coaching and facilitation sessions

- Develop the firm's intellectual property through internal and external research

- Lead and manage team members using talent management best practices

- Live the core values of the firm


- Bachelor's degree (required)

- Master's degree (preferred) in business administration, organizational behavior, or psychology

- At least 5-7 years of direct management consulting experience, including strong track record of developing new business

- Experience selling to the C-suite within the Fortune 500, ideally in a professional services setting

- Strong relationship-building skills both internally and with clients to create long-lasting client relationships

- Strong business acumen and ability to learn, apply, and communicate business-related concepts and ideas

- Presence (ability to carry a room of senior executives with confidence and enthusiasm)

- Intellectual curiosity, demonstrated interest in IP and corresponding research, and motivation to impact change

- Entrepreneurial fortitude - a builder who doesn't mind taking calculated risks

- Strong ability to manage ambiguity and apply problem-solving skills

- Strong ability to employ research and analytical thinking

- Strong capabilities in teamwork and leadership

- Demonstrated ability to achieve results

- Strong attention to detail

- Ability to maintain integrity and professionalism

- High proficiency in Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel) and primary/secondary research

- Willingness to travel

- Based in Los Angeles or willing to relocate