As a Senior Knowledge Analyst (SKA) within BCG's Insurance Practice Area, you will work in a growing global team, delivering value to clients via individual expertise and/or institutionalized knowledge assets (products, tools, data, workshops, frameworks, surveys, domain-specific data and related expertise, etc.). You will contribute on cases and proposals by contributing relevant analysis and insights and help case teams create strong impact for the client. While contributing to client cases, workshops and proposals, occasional travel to serve clients onsite during staffing assignments is expected to understand client requirements, and design / develop solutions.
You will support commercialization efforts for the topic/sector, in conjunction with business leaders, through contributing analysis and insights to proposals, client workshops and marketing materials. Additionally, as a Senior Knowledge Analyst, you will contribute to developing intellectual property & assets including financial models and publications for the business and assist in onboarding and training junior colleagues based on your sector expertise.
BCG's Insurance Practice helps companies identify and develop growth opportunities that reshape the future of the insurance industry. We discover new avenues for value creation and provide process support during times of business transformation. We globally serve all insurance industry sectors, i.e. life insurance, property & casualty insurance, commercial & reinsurance as well as health insurance.
YOU'RE GOOD AT
• Solving client problems through formulating relevant research and/or analytical approaches in non-life insurance, including P&C insurance, commercial insurance and reinsurance • Communicating with BCG case teams and external client team members, in a credible and confident way • Contributing to sector/topic teams and suggesting emerging topics based on client demand, primary focus is to support insurance related projects / product developments and any other knowledge development in the North American insurance market • Working collaboratively and effectively in a group dynamic, often virtual, open to agile ways of working • Flexibility and bringing a curious and creative mindset, open to new things and able to propose innovative ideas • Ability to navigate complexity and ambiguity
YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)
• 1-2+ years of consulting experience in finance / insurance / P&C insurance / commercial insurance / reinsurance or actuarial science required • In lieu of consulting experience, 2+ years minimum industry experience required; 3-6+ years of industry experience strongly preferred • Bachelor's Degree required (advanced degree preferred) • Strong analytical skills, business acumen and problem-solving capabilities • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Fluency in English, additional language skills a plus
YOU'LL WORK WITH
As a Senior Knowledge Analyst you will collaborate with global topic leads and colleagues across BCG to bring expertise and capabilities to the service of our internal and external clients. Our team is made up of a diverse pool of knowledge experts that allow us to pursue exciting, innovative knowledge careers.
The Knowledge Team (KT) is a group of functional and/or industry experts leveraging deep domain expertise to enable insight for case teams and clients. KT members are affiliated to BCG Practice Areas, plugged into the strategic agenda and building and deploying leading edge IP / expertise / tools to deliver insight.
BCG's Knowledge Team members have the opportunity to be staffed on cases and help co-create insights with case teams and clients through expert perspectives on industry trends, delivery of proprietary data or tools in a particular function and complex research and analysis of market information. KT members also support the PA’s business development and proposals and help to organize and codify the knowledge that enables BCG to deliver superior business value for its clients.
Candidates should be aware that BCG currently maintains a policy requiring all US & Canada based employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Newly hired employees must be fully vaccinated prior to their employment start date. BCG is an equal opportunity employer and will provide a reasonable accommodation to those unable to be vaccinated for medical or religious reasons where it is not an undue hardship to the company to do so as provided under applicable federal, state, provincial and local law.