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What to Expect From a Career at Newry

Meaningful Work

You’ll be working on tough problems for high-level decision-makers with the potential to make a major impact.

One-on-One Mentorships

Every consultant partners with a more senior member of the Newry team for ongoing support and career guidance.

Collegial Environment

We take pride in our culture of collaboration, and strive to foster an environment where everyone’s voice is heard.

Early Exposure to Client Engagement

Even the most junior members of the firm regularly present their work in person to executive-level audiences.

Formal and Informal Skill-Building

You’ll learn core skills through on-the-job apprenticeship, firm-wide training, and individual learning opportunities.

Potential for Rapid Development

Our clearly defined career ladder charts your path to success, with regular milestones to monitor and support your progress.

Social Life

Monthly social events range from go-karting to cookie decorating to escape rooms and everything in between. Plus, we have team snuggies.

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The Ideal Candidate

You have excellent academic credentials, including a bachelor’s, master’s, or PhD degree from a competitive program in economics, statistics, mathematics, business, physical sciences, or engineering. Your background demonstrates a command of advanced technology (such as highly engineered products, materials science, etc.), and/or business concepts, as well as the ability to understand the commercial potential of new products.

You recognize that meeting the client’s needs is paramount to the success of the firm and know a career in consulting necessitates a demanding schedule to meet deadlines and produce excellent work. Your ability and willingness to travel globally allows you to attend manufacturing site visits, client updates, trade shows, conferences, etc., with an understanding that expected travel varies depending upon the project.

You think strategically and creatively, and can identify critical business issues. You possess strong problem-structuring abilities and demonstrate leadership in work planning. In addition to excellent general communication and interpersonal skills, you can present confidently to senior executives and facilitate meetings effectively. A strong work ethic, insatiable curiosity, and an unselfish team spirit help guide you in your daily activities.

Open Positions

Consultant/Project Manager

As a Consultant/Project Manager, you’ll report to the firm’s managing director or other vice presidents depending on the project. As a consultant, you’ll join or lead one or more projects at a time and be responsible for delivering high-quality work against agreed-to objectives with the client. As project manager, you’ll be accountable for the project result by driving research and analysis, coordinating client communications, and participating in or leading client discussions. This position is for applicants with prior consulting, market research, or corporate strategy experience. Learn more here.

Associate/Consultant

As an Associate/Consultant, you’ll participate in all phases of our consulting engagements, from preliminary research to final communication. Once hired, you’ll be assigned to a project on your very first day and will likely engage with clients within your first few weeks. As you progress through the firm’s development continuum, you’ll be on a path to take on more responsibilities within individual projects, work on multiple projects simultaneously, and be on track to become an Engagement Manager and Director. Our team members at all levels work adaptably in a professional schedule, sometimes at a brisk pace to meet client requirements. Learn more here.

Part-Time Research Contractor

As a Part-Time Research Contractor engaged with Newry, you will help our project teams discover growth opportunities for our clients by investigating technical publications, trade and academic journals, and other secondary data sources (e.g., patents, press releases, company websites, earnings reports, etc.). Your thorough review of these sources could lead our clients to innovate on applications with novel materials, launch a new product concept, or venture into a new market. Learn more here.

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