McKinsey & Company
Energy & Material (GEM) Practice
McKinsey & Company s Global Energy & Materials (GEM) Practice tackles the key strategic, organizational, and operational, resource productivity and technological challenges faced by our clients in the energy and basic materials sectors. Working with top management from the world’s leading companies in the clean technology, renewable, petroleum, natural gas, electricity, chemicals, metals & mining and pulp & paper industries, McKinsey’s GEM Practice possesses a powerful combination of specialized industry expertise and distinctive functional knowledge.
As part of an expansion of McKinsey s service to our energy and materials clients, we are looking for sector dedicated consultants, experts and research & information professionals in the aforesaid industries to be based in Australia, India or Southeast Asia.
Successful candidates will become industry specialists on McKinsey’s client service teams, applying their expertise to directly advise clients and/or provide expert support to a broad group of client service teams. In ‘addition to deepening one s industry expertise, the role provides successful candidates with an unrivalled opportunity to develop distinctive functional knowledge.
Undergraduate degree in engineering, chemicals, metallurgy, geology, geophysics or physics from reputable university. A post-graduate degree (particularly an MBA) from an internationally recognized academic institution is a plus
At least 3 years of experience at a leading company, or professional services firm in the Petroleum, Natural Gas, Electricity, Chemicals, Metals & Mining or Pulp and Paper related industries
High level of energy, strong commercial orientation, preference for teamwork, and excellent communication skills in English and a local language preferred (Mandarin, Bahasa, Malay, Tagalog, Thai, Vietnamese and Hindi)
To apply, please go to www.mckinsey.com/GEM, select the appropriate industry sector you are interested in and complete the online application form by July 31, 2011