Junior Analyst - New Law - London
Posted on Jan 23, 2019 by PWC-1
Abut the role:
Law department transformation Analyst - Full-time/ Permanent - London
An opportunity has arisen to join our law department transformation team based in London.
This team focuses on helping large in-house legal teams to improve their performance by making changes to their strategy, organisation, operating models, and business processes. In doing so, it helps clients identify the capabilities that will support future growth, free up funds to invest in that growth, and develop the law department and its relationship with the business and its external suppliers to make changes sustainable.
The ideal candidate will be a consultant or business analyst who has experience of the following:
- SG&A functional transformation and operational excellence
- developing target operating models and organisation design assessments
- business analysis - translating business needs into functional and non-functional requirements, creation of "As Is" and "To Be" models, developing simple and efficient processes and workflows
- baseline costs data analysis - spot trends and patterns
- financial modelling - support development of business cases
- support creating client facing presentations and data visualisation
- support stakeholder interviews
- basic understanding of professional services and outsourcing procurement strategy and planning
- understanding of project management
- support managing stakeholders and sensitive organisation wide communications, and change management
The ideal candidate will be required to demonstrate the following:
- excellent communication skills and a positive "can do" attitude - ability to achieve goals through teamwork, direct and indirect influence and collaboration
- strong financial acumen
- advanced excel and ppt skills
- a keen ability to learn in a fast moving, innovative and technology enabled environment and a desire to be part of the movement to modernise the in-house delivery of legal services and advance the practice of New Law Services.
Knowledge of legal sector, and the understanding, implementation or use of key legal technologies on the market would be advantageous and looked on favourably but not mandatory.
Skills we look for in future employees;
All our people need to demonstrate the skills and behaviours that support us in delivering our business strategy. This is important to the work we do for our business, and our clients. These skills and behaviours make up our global leadership framework, 'The PwC Professional'.
The PwC Professional focuses on five core attributes; whole leadership, business acumen, technical capabilities, global acumen and relationships. We use this framework to recruit, develop and assess our people, at all grades and all areas of our business, because we expect all of our people to be leaders.
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