We are motivated first and foremost by helping our clients succeed. Every team member in the Not-for-Profit practice is laser-focused on providing exceptionally responsive and high-quality client experiences.
We don’t do cookie-cutter – we thrive on developing creative, customized solutions. We also don’t do boring.
We’re committed to giving you the time, flexibility, and autonomy to do the best work of your career.
You’ll be joining us at an exciting time in our exponential growth serving mission-based clients furthering social justice and other cause areas.
While part of a team, you’ll work autonomously for the most part and we trust you to get work done when/where you can be productive. We are committed to a remote, agile workforce.
You value equity, you model inclusivity and bring diversity of thought and experience to our team and the firm.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
As a Consultant in the Not-for-Profit Practice at SullivanCotter, you will enthusiastically:
Conduct market pricing, peer group and survey analyses, interpret salary data, financial modeling and support special research projects.
Analyze data to yield the appropriate salary level and job title for existing and proposed positions.
Conduct job evaluations; understand job responsibilities, activities, duties, requirements and organizational structure and assess internal job placement in the appropriate level.
Identify complex job matching and data issues and proactively consults with key team members to determine appropriate course of action.
Effectively keep the Project Manager apprised of project status, including delays or potential problems; holding self and team members accountable for client deadlines and deliverables.
Assist with report and proposal writing to describe and summarize project objectives, methodologies, analysis and results as well as proofing for accuracy.
Serve as a peer reviewer and mentor of technical knowledge to effectively guide more junior associates in complex research, data collection and analytics.
Participate in Client Delivery Team meetings to understand team and client initiatives.
Shadow Project and Client Relationship Managers at client meetings or teleconferences, as requested.
Contribute to nonbillable practice-building activities and special projects, as requested.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
We find people who generally fit this profile have a high degree of success in this role:
Three or more years of either executive and/or staff compensation consulting experience or three years or more of related compensation analytical experience, involving data evaluation, financial modeling and presentation design.
Solid technical knowledge and experience working with Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
Strong critical thinking skills and the ability to:
Determine appropriate data approaches and tools based on project tasks and client requirements.
Evaluate, organize and interpret data using a logical and systematic process.
Remove irrelevant data when conducting analytical work and developing creative solutions.
Visualize and articulate problems and concepts.
Recognize patterns in complex sets of data and recommend practical models.
Identify and recommend solutions to remove obstacles impeding project steps or task achievement.
Ability to develop relevant knowledge of the not-for-profit sector and draft well-organized client deliverables that demonstrate understanding.
Ability to present ideas in a business-friendly language and accurately respond to client or team member inquiries.
Excellent interpersonal, writing, verbal and presentation skills are required, including the ability to:
Successfully tailor communications to the audience, as appropriate.
Effectively present facts, analysis and conclusions or solutions in a way that demonstrates knowledge of content; includes perspectives and interests of the audience.
Write concise project communications, documents and presentations with appropriate level of technical detail and complexity.
Use appropriate writing style consistent with organizational guidelines, templates and brand standards.
Dependable project management and organizational skills, and ability to manage and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment.
You will be at your best in this role when you:
Exhibit high levels of enthusiasm and passion for serving the not-for-profit sector, and appreciate the mission-based work of our clients.
Proactively cultivate a diverse, inclusive and equitable workforce.
Exude strong professional presence and demeanor.
Self-start and successfully assist with complex project deliverables in a very driven and evolving organization.
Commit to the criticality of attention to detail and appreciation for visual communication of ideas.
Work effectively with ambiguity.
Willingly contribute to project success regardless of type of task (i.e., “roll up the sleeves approach” to teamwork).
Demonstrate selfless collaboration.
Are intellectually curious; proactively demonstrate a passion for continuous learning, and a desire for diversity in thought, experience and ideas.
Commit to delivering work on time with the highest level of quality.
Self-reflect and actively participate in your own development, as well as the development of others.
Communicate openly and directly with team members.
Have a sense of humor and be yourself.
Applicants for employment must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States (i.e., H1-B visa, F-1 visa (OPT), TN visa or any other non-immigrant status).
Qualified applicants will be afforded equal employment opportunities without discrimination because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, disability or marital status.
SullivanCotter partners with health care and other not-for-profit organizations to create tailored workforce strategies that enhance performance, enabling them to effectively plan and govern their organizations to achieve business objectives while making a lasting impact on the communities they serve.