A consultant analyst understands the entire business of his employer at a broad level and makes suggestions for improvement of business processes. The analysis is usually done in view of the market conditions and business strategies of the competitors. The analyst is required to discuss the business problems and their solutions with the middle and top level managers. This job requires competent analytical, coordination, and communication skills. Candidates with an MBA degree in international business or strategy and a few years of relevant experience are preferred. The above requirements should be mentioned and highlighted in a consultant analyst resume.
Jerry K. Green
10C, Foxtrot Street, Houston, TX
Obtain the position of Management Consultant Analyst in a prestigious firm where I can amplify my consulting and management abilities and ensure a steadfast growth in the industry.
Strategic development, change management, operations management, risk management, and program management
Core Professional Competencies:
Ascension Incorporation, Kilgore, TX
World's leading retail organization with more than $250 billion as annual revenue.
2003 to Present
a) Hardlines Manager (2004 to Present)
Promoted to conduct recruiting, training, mentoring, evaluating, and scheduling functions for approximately 400 associates in a $70 million retail outlet. Additional activities covered negotiating with vendors, creating strategic revenue enhancement initiatives, developing special programs, building customer loyalty, networking, building relationships, monitoring, analyzing market demands, changing demographics, merchandising, developing business proposals, assisting with software investments and implementations, analyzing financial statements, controlling costs, and managing inventory.
b) Food Manager (2004)
Charged with directing operational management initiatives involving loss prevention, risk management, and vendor and merchandiser negotiations. Conducted financial analysis, managed replenishment process, participated in community events, oversaw quality assurance, and led compliance functions.
c) Homelines and Operations Consultant (2003 to 2004)
Managed and executed programs earmarked to increase sales and customer traffic. Attended training conferences ad compliance meetings. Evaluated and recommended associate improvement opportunities. Managed cash and claims efforts. Assessed shrinkage/loss controls by monitoring invoices and UPC activity. Conducted associate meetings focused on communicating goals and providing corporate-driven training. Created plans and proposals funding community involvement projects. Made decisions on grants, scholarships, and endowments for various charitable projects.
Business Development Center, Columbia, MD
Consulting services firm focused on assisting small businesses with services from business plan development, mission statement creation, and budget development to funding, marketing, and strategic decision making.
2001 to 2002
Established and cultivated client relationships, developed and marketed programs promoting SBDC services, conducted market analysis, facilitated account tools training and utilization demonstrations, researched solutions packages available through PeopleSoft, Oracle, and SAP, and researched demographic data identifying specific market trends.
MBA in Marketing, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
BS in Accounting, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO
Friend of the Community Award, 2004
Highest Increase in Regional Sales Award, 2004
Outstanding MBA Student Award, 2002
MBA Consulting Challenge, Second Prize, 2002
Walter L. Crawford Educational Excellence Scholarship, 2001
Habitat for Humanity, Member
Project Linus, Member
International Awareness Council, President
MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access, QuickBooks, SMART