Junior Management Consultant Apprenticeship Programme - Reward Consulting - Higher (Level 4)

Willis Towers Watson (Employer)

Mbkb Ltd (Training Provider)

Annual wage £22,000.00
37.5 hours per week Monday - Friday between 9.00am - 5.00pm
18 months (duration)
1 September 2021(start date)
Junior management consultant (apprenticeship standard)
28 February 2021 (application closing date)
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Job Description

As a Reward apprentice, you will work as part of a team on a wide variety of complex projects, serving as a key resource for the leading consultant on each of your engagements. You will be encouraged to develop as broad an understanding of our client solutions as possible by supporting across multiple, complex projects.

Responsibilities

As a Reward apprentice, you will work as part of a team on a wide variety of complex projects, serving as a key resource for the leading consultant on each of your engagements. You will be encouraged to develop as broad an understanding of our client solutions as possible by supporting across multiple, complex projects. You will have immediate exposure to real client assignments, which will draw on your imagination and creativity as well as your ability to analyse data, draw conclusions and present results. These experiences will help build your technical knowledge and overall industry experience while you benefit from more structured formal training.

As you grow and gain more expertise, you will gradually begin to take responsibility for deliverables as you work alongside some of the industry’s top consultants on cross-industry client projects including many household names: FTSE 100 and 250 clients, privately-held companies and public service organisations. 

Typical work for a Reward Apprentice might include:

  • Preparing a briefing document on executive pay for the Board of a FTSE 100 company
  • Comparing the earnings over a three-year period for a FTSE 100 chief executive with the earnings of other comparable chief executives
  • Conducting a major review of executive pay design for a publicly-funded organisation which involved interviewing senior executives as well all the members of the board
  • Design and implement a career framework. This involves developing job families and role profiles and conducting job levelling, an analytical process that determines the relative value of jobs in an organisation

 It provides a foundation for rewards and talent management programmes, including: 

  • Base pay.
  • Short and long-term incentives
  • Performance management
  • Career management
  • Workforce planning
  • Succession planning
  • Learning and development
  • Review their reward strategies to ensure they are competitive and support drivers of attraction, retention and engagement
  • Design, model and implement high-impact sales incentive programmes, clarify sales processes and roles, sales organisation design and develop engaging and motivating sales force communication programmes

Future Prospects

Apprentices on our REWARD Consulting Apprenticeship have the opportunity to work in three key practices in the Talent line of business: Communication & Change Management, Employee Insights and Talent Management & Organisational Alignment. Our practices work closely with each other, and our clients, to develop performance management processes, career development programmes, change management strategies, as well as undertaking workforce analytics/planning and organisational design. The focus of these activities is ultimately driving employee engagement, and communication and marketing techniques are used to support long-lasting behaviour change and transformation.

Skills Required

  • Good IT skills in Excel, Word and PowerPoint 
  • Enthusiasm and passion to learn about Human Capital and People consulting
  • Good problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills 

Qualities Required

  • Ability to deal professionally with internal and external contacts, building strong working relationships
  • Ability to work within a team to high standards and tight timescales
  • Ability to analyse situations, provide recommendations and be flexible in approach in order to resolve problems 
  • Self-discipline, determination and an appreciation of the demands of studying while working
  • Desire to take on early responsibility 
  • Initiative and an eagerness to learn
  • Be a team player

Qualifications Required

3 A-Levels or equivalent qualifications, ideally including subjects such as English and maths.

Training Provided

This Apprenticeship is a 15-month programme where you will be provided on the job training and a highly competitive study support package for the Level 4 Junior Management Consultant qualification. You will be fully supported by Willis Towers Watson and our official government approved Training Provider throughout the duration of the programme. The programme involved formal classroom learning and online webinars where apprentices will learn communication and team-working skills, business analysis, relationship building and project management among many others.

Sponsored by the Talent and Reward leadership team, our programme also provides access to senior mentors and a “buddy network” to support your wider career development, with ample networking and experience-building opportunities. 

This foundational programme is part of Willis Towers Watson’s culture of learning, which supports career development for all our colleagues, from apprentices through to senior leaders.

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