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No day is the same with a consultant job! You'll be working on a new business case with different people on a daily basis. So if you're a curious cat and believe that there's always something new to learn, then this is the right job for you! Of course, every job requires a different set of skills. However, the skills will vary depending on your expertise; but paying attention to detail, building trust, asking the right questions, and being resourceful are key if you want to succeed as a consultant. Does this resonate with you? Don't wait any longer; join YoungCapital, explore all our consultant jobs near you, and find the right employment in a heart beat!

The best consultant jobs

The options and opportunities in consulting are endless! Every industry needs a consultant that can advise them or help them solve an issue within their organisation – this is where you come in. The great thing about consultant jobs is, that you can choose to start your own business with the expertise that you acquired in your field. But, the option to work for a company is always there. But, what types of entry-level consultant jobs are there?

Education consultants use their experience in learning, teaching, and assessment to help develop the curriculum. You can also work with other organisations to identify and support their specialist needs. If you enjoy variation in your work, this is a good option for you. Why? Because there are general education consultant jobs, but also education consultants that specialise in a specific area. As you'll be working with different clients, it's important that you're people-oriented and know how to build and maintain relationships; this is how you retain clients long term. But how much do education consultant jobs pay? The average salary for an educational consultant job ranges between £32,000 and £38,000 per year. Want to see more vacancies in the education sector? Look no further than our teaching jobs near you.

A sales consultant job is another popular option. As a sales consultant, you're always looking for new ways of making products more attractive to consumers. Furthermore, you generate leads by meeting with new customers. Since you'll be giving advice to consumers about a certain product, you should be an expert on the product you're working with. You'll also act as a liaison between consumer and manufacturer. The skills needed are: time management, product knowledge, communication, presenting, and negotiation skills. The average salary for a sales consultant jobs ranges between £24,000 - £32,000 per year. Your hourly rate will depend on your experience, knowledge, and working hours. Want to find your next sales position in consulting? Look no further than our sales jobs near you.

A management consultant, also known as a management analyst, helps companies plan and execute projects. The desired outcome is to become more profitable or gain a competitive advantage. Like any other consultant, a management consultant may specialise in a specific industry. Quick fun fact: specialised consultants make more money. The salary for a management consultant job can reach up to £60,000 per year. Want to see more management vacancies? Take a peek at our management jobs near you.

Already have a background in human resources? Consider becoming an HR consultant. You'll be responsible for advising management on the administration of human resources policies and procedures. Furthermore, you'll analyse a companies' current HR programs and recommend solutions. So all in all, your main responsibilities consist of developing, revising, and implementing HR policies and procedures. Do you want to find more specific HR roles? Scroll through our human resources jobs near you.

As you can see, there are tons of opportunities waiting for you on our site! Are you interested in another industry? Look through the different job categories available in your city, and tap 'apply now' once you find the right consultant job for you!

How to get a consultant job

Are you looking for a consultant job in London or somewhere else in the UK? Go ahead and use the filter tool on this page. Our filter option will help you narrow down your job search quick and easy. How? Just select your education type, the type of industry you want to work in, your city, and the type of contract you want. You can also choose to go by industry and see which one piques your interest more.

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FAQs about consultant jobs:


What is the average salary for a consultant job?

The average salary for a consultant job in the UK ranges between £30,000 and £40,000 per year. However, depending on your industry, expertise, and work experience your salary can be much higher.

Where can I find part-time consulting jobs?

Right here! Just adapt the filter option to 'part-time' in the 'type of employment' section, and find your part-time consultant job in no time!

Are there any legal consultant jobs?

Yes, we offer legal consultant jobs – scroll through our legal jobs near you and who knows, you might find your new career.