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Posted by Willy Franzen on April 11, 2008. Positions below updated every five minutes.
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We’re always looking for less publicized entry-level opportunities in high demand industries, especially now that most campus recruiting is winding down. Consulting is one area where excessive job searcher attention is directed towards the top names, while boutique firms get overlooked. We especially like smaller companies when they have a distinct identity or competitive advantage, and that definitely applies to Mars & Co..
Mars & Co. is a strategy consulting firm build that was founded in 1979 by Dominique Mars, a former Director at The Boston Consulting Group. He didn’t like the fact that all large consulting firms refused to offer exclusivity to their clients. What does that mean? Let’s say that your company makes blue widgets. You hire a consulting firm to help you size the market for blue widgets. You then find out that the same consulting firm has been contracted to do the same thing for a company that makes aqua widgets. Wouldn’t that bother you? It would definitely bother me. That’s why Mars & Co. was founded as the “only consultancy of consequence to guarantee fidelity.” It’s a great angle for a consulting firm, and we imagine that it alone is enough to draw in a stellar client list.
Mars & Co. currently has approximately 250 consultants; however, they’re looking to grow to about 450. That doesn’t happen without hiring great people (they need to be great, or you won’t be able to afford new hires). That’s why Mars & Co. is eager to hear from top college graduates who have a background in “engineering, math, economics, or one of the hard sciences” and fit these dimensions. New grads who are hired will start as Associate Consultants and will play significant roles on project teams. Mars & Co. does not post specific openings on their site, so it’s hard to tell if they have a distinct recruiting schedule. Their website certainly makes it sound like they’re always looking for top talent, so go ahead and apply to one of their offices. You’ll find a lot more information about the recruiting and interviewing process on their site, which is extremely straightforward and easy to understand. Get started researching with the links below.
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