AMR offers a unique and highly rewarding opportunity for your professional growth. We are a small, boutique firm and hence your individual contribution is supported and valued. You will work hard, but in return, you will benefit from:
- Ongoing Personal Development
- Autonomy & Swift Advancement Opportunities
- An Entrepreneurial Environment
- A Sustainable Work-Life Balance
- An International Outlook
The average project length at AMR is between four and six weeks, which allows you to go through a full project cycle 8-12 times within a year versus two or three times at a larger consultancy.
This provides opportunity to accelerate your professional development and build a robust consulting toolkit.
Our engagement model allows junior staff members ownership of their deliverables from the start. This means you are expected to own your output and contribute to client discussions early on.
At AMR, we operate a relatively flat structure. This enables you to advance quickly and develop an impressive career based on your own strengths.
We always encourage and reward top performers. As one of our team members, you can expect to receive regular project-level performance assessments and bi-annual promotion considerations.
As one of our consultants, you will help to shape the direction of the firm. You will play a pivotal role in thought-leadership, business development, training, internal processes, and more.
We believe in the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance. On the whole, AMR operates a low travel model. In addition, our TOIL system allows you to take a day off after intense projects.
We also enjoy regular office and social events, including an annual company get-together in the Mediterranean.
Our client base is global and projects are international in outlook. We draw strength from the heritage of our staff - combining a wide range of nationalities, perspectives, and skill sets.
You will develop cross-cultural working skills and work with cross-office teams. We encourage office moves and many team members have benefited from short-term, long-term, and even permanent office moves - particularly between London and New York.