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KPMG, which is one of Jamaica’s largest full-service professional services firms, is seeking to hire talented, highly motivated pro-fessionals to join our growing Advisory Practice in the capacity of Business Advisor

The opportunities offer significant growth potential, career development and downstream opportunities for international mobility. The successful applicant will be a team member of the People and Change service line serving in a client-facing capacity.

Job Profile

Are you motivated, enjoy problem solving and have an interest in helping organisations create value, maximise growth and improve business performance? This opportunity is for you!

Your primary job functions include:

• Preparing business proposals, presentations and reports in response to client issues;
• Collecting information about clients’ businesses using several methods
including shadowing, interviews, surveys, desk re-search etc;
• Analysing and interpreting data to identify client issues and formulate
• Organising and executing assigned projects;
• Reviewing clients’ strategies, structures and business processes to identify and document improvement opportunities;
• Assisting with the execution of work programmes to meet client expectations and firm standards; and
• Developing detailed project plans and monitor and report on progress.
• B.Sc degree in Management, Human Resource Management, Engineering or related field;
• Four (4) years in a similar capacity;
• Proficiency in MS Office;
• Analytical mind and excellent data collection and analysis skills;
• Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills; and
• Driven and results-oriented and capable of working in a high-volume,
quality and deadline- driven environment.

The compensation offered is competitive and includes a range of benefits.
Deadline: April 30, 2018

Contact Information
Name: Snr Manager – People, Performance & Culture
Address: KPMG, 6 Duke Street
P.O. Box 76
Email: N/A
Telephone: N/A
Fax: N/A

Ad Post Date: 2018-04-16



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