Considering Becoming a Consultant?06/21/2019
Many accounting and finance professionals who are seeking diverse projects, competitive compensation and a rewarding work-life balance choose careers in consulting. Coincidentally, many employers turn to interim financial consultants because they only need a particular skill-set for the duration of a project. Additionally, many employers will bring in an interim consultant to train and support their employees during system upgrades.
Consultant Project Options
Interim or “GAP Financial Management — Using interim staffing allows businesses to function smoothly while in management transition.
Project Management — These consultants establish project plans, timetables, resource requirements and circumvent potential obstacles.
Staff Augmentation — During busy seasons many employers bring in short-term consultants to ease their staff’s workload.
- Diverse Projects
- Learning New Skills
- High Pressure
- Fluctuating Expectations
- Learning New Office Policies
Demand is high for financial professionals who can provide support and expertise on an interim and project basis. If consulting interests you and you have relevant experience in a Fortune 1000 company and are a Big 4 CPA and/or an MBA from a Top 25 Business School, click here, to start searching our available opportunities.