UNSW Business School

APPLICATIONS FOR OUR SEMESTER 2, 2017 INTAKE CLOSE 19TH MAY, 2017. 

Applications are open now and close Friday 19th May 2017 for the Semester 2, 2017 intake. All applicants will be contacted following the closing date. If successful in applying to functional or project consultant positions,  you will be required to attend an assessment centre in June 2017 following the university exam period. 

If you do not receive a confirmation email or have other enquiries, please  email us at [email protected]. Please note, we do not accept email applications. 

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Positions

  • Project Consultant

    Reports to: Project Manager

    Business Unit: Consulting

    Role Purpose

    Being a Project Consultant is a hands on opportunity to contribute towards a pro-bono consulting organisation that aims to make a difference in society.

    Project Consultants are responsible for conducting analysis and recommendations to synthesise set deliverables as agreed upon by the team and client. Typically, the output generated will relate to strategy and operations, but may also cover areas in HR and Marketing. This will involve the need to combine research from both industry and primary sources to help create insightful findings and support the recommendations at hand. Prior to the engagement commencing, all incoming Project Consultants are required to attend a mandatory Induction session. Hours spent per engagement may vary depending on the project scope, client, and the project team. Whilst this is a role that offers autonomy, the role will require initiative and commitment throughout the engagement. Project Consultants are also required to participate in any performance reviews, engagement surveys, and events set by the branch.

    Key Duties and Accountabilities

    • Complete tasks assigned by the Project Manager, in accordance with the project plan
    • Collaborate closely with the project team, client, and advisor to synthesise set deliverables throughout the engagement
    • Communicate workflows and report key deliverables to the Project Manager
    • Attend all branch training events, Mock Presentations, and project meetings set by the Project Manager
    • Maintain all Intellectual Property in accordance with GCG’s policies and procedures, to be stored on Google platforms

    Key Selection Criteria

    • Highly motivated towards working with NFPs, and driven to make a difference
    • Able to commit towards a minimum of 8G10 hours per week on average, and attend all project team meetings and branch events
    • Have a strong desire to take initiative, and communicate workflows regularly to the Project Manager
    • Strong research, communication, and writing skills
    • Ability to be personable, work autonomously, and collaborate with other Project Consultants
    • Past experience in consulting competitions and internships advantageous, but not necessary
    • Abide by GCG policies and procedures, and the terms of the volunteer contract

    Performance Review

    All Project Consultants will undergo two performance reviews throughout the engagement, in which all Project Consultants will be reviewed by the Project Manager to determine permanency for the following semester.

    The aim of the performance review is to assist Project Consultants in their development as a consultant.

    Subject to performance, internal transfers from Project Consultants to functional teams are also available after a 6 month period, depending on competency and availability. Further internal screening may be required to determine suitability.

    Diversity

    As a pro bono consulting organisation, diversity means a lot to us. Although basic business knowledge will be required, we encourage applicants coming from non-business degrees and disciplines, to apply as a Project Consultant. We do not discriminate applicants based on background, gender, nor religion.

  • Marketing Officer

    Reports to: Head of Marketing

    Business Unit: Marketing Function

    Role Purpose

    Being a Marketing Officer is an opportunity to contribute towards a proHbono consulting organisation that aims to make a difference in society. The GCG provides you with the opportunity to coordinate branch operations with other functional teams, in an aim to create social value for notHforHprofit clients, students, and professional advisers alike. All functional members will be provided training at an Induction session, which would be carried out at the beginning of their term. Marketing Officers are responsible for collaborating with other branch functional teams to ensure timely and quality execution of campaigns. Campaigns may include, but may not be limited to: Student Recruitment, Adviser Recruitment, and Alumni Engagement. Past Marketing experience will be crucial to succeed in this role. Branch Functional teams that require collaboration may include Events, Marketing, External Relations, and Branch Operations. As a functional member of GCG, Marketing officers aim to provide additional support to Project Consultants from the backline of the branch.

    Key Duties and Accountabilities

    • Collaborate closely with the Head of Marketing and other branch functional teams to execute key campaigns throughout the year
    • Communicate workflows and report key marketing deliverables to the Head of Marketing
    • Attend and actively participate in branch marketing meetings and functional training sessions
    • Maintain all Intellectual Property in accordance with GCG’s policies and procedures, to be stored on Google and Podio platforms
    • Maintain all Intellectual Property in accordance with GCG’s policies and procedures, to be stored on Google platforms

    Key Selection Criteria

    • Past Marketing experience in a similar role, with experience with social media, graphics and design
    • Highly motivated towards working with NFPs, and driven to make a difference
    • Able to commit towards a minimum of 6 hours per week on average, and attend all branch marketing meetings and functional training sessions
    • Have a strong desire to take initiative, and communicate workflows regularly to the Head of Marketing
    • Have a strong desire to grow, both personally and professionally
    • Ability to be personable, work autonomously, and collaborate with other functional team members
    • Abide by GCG policies and procedures, and the terms of the volunteer contract

    Performance Review

    All incoming Marketing Officers will undergo an initial probationary period of 6 weeks, in which all Marketing Officers will be reviewed by the Head of Marketing to determine permanency in Marketing for the rest of the semester.

    The aim of the performance review is to assist Marketing Officers in their development as a functional team member.

    Subject to performance, internal transfers from functional teams to Project Consultants are also available after a 12 month period, depending on competency and availability. Further internal screening may be required to determine suitability.

    Diversity

    As a proHbono consulting organisation, diversity means a lot to us. Although basic business knowledge will be required, we encourage applicants coming from non-business degrees and disciplines, to apply as a Marketing Officer. We do not discriminate applicants based on background, gender, nor religion.

  • HR Officer

    Reports to: Head of Human Resource/HQ Associate: Recruitment

    Business Unit: Human Resources Function

    Role Purpose

    Being a Human Resources (HR) Officer is an opportunity to contribute towards a proNbono consulting organisation that aims to make a difference in society. The GCG provides you with the opportunity to coordinate branch operations with other functional teams, in an aim to create social value for notNforNprofit clients, students, and professional advisers alike. All functional members will be provided training at an Induction session, which would be carried out at the beginning of their term.

    Branch Functional teams that require collaboration may include Events, Marketing, External Relations, and Branch Operations. As a functional member of GCG, HR officers aim to provide additional support to Project Consultants from the backline of the branch, and will be required to execute processes in relation to Recruitment, Performance, Learning & Development, and Workforce Planning.

    Key Duties and Accountabilities

    • Collaborate closely with the Head of HR and other branch functional teams to execute HR processes throughout the branch
    • Communicate workflows and report key HR deliverables to the Head of HR, or HQ Associate: Recruitment
    • Attend and actively participate in branch HR meetings and functional training sessions
    • Assist with the planning of Functional and Project Consultant Assessment Centres during recruitment cycles
    • Maintain all Intellectual Property in accordance with GCG’s policies and procedures, to be stored on Google and Podio platforms

    Key Selection Criteria

    • Past HR experience in a similar role preferred
    • Highly motivated towards working with NFPs, and driven to make a difference
    • Able to commit towards a minimum of 6 hours per week on average, and attend all branch HR meetings and functional training sessions
    • Have a strong desire to take initiative, and communicate workflows regularly to the Head of HR or HQ Associate: Recruitment
    • Have a strong desire to grow, both personally and professionally
    • Ability to be personable, work autonomously, and collaborate with other functional team members
    • Abide by GCG policies and procedures, and the terms of the volunteer contract

    Performance Review

    All incoming HR Officers will undergo an initial probationary period of 6 weeks, in which all HR Officers will be reviewed by the Head of HR to determine permanency in HR for the rest of the semester.

    The aim of the performance review is to assist HR Officers in their development as a functional team member.

    Subject to performance, internal transfers from functional teams to Project Consultants are also available after a 12 month period, depending on competency and availability. Further internal screening may be required to determine suitability.

    Diversity

    As a pro-bono consulting organisation, diversity means a lot to us. Basic business knowledge will not be required, and we encourage applicants coming from non-business degrees and disciplines, to apply as a HR Officer. We do not discriminate applicants based on background, gender, nor religion.

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