Public Consulting Group, Inc. (PCG) provides management consulting and technology services to help public sector education, health, human services, and other government clients achieve their performance goals and better serve populations in need. Founded in 1986 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, PCG has more than 2,200 professionals in 55 offices around the U.S. and in Montreal, the UK and Poland. The firm draws on more than three decades of consulting to public sector clients in all 50 states and Canada to deliver best-practice solutions and measurable results to state and local public agencies, state-operated facilities, and private providers that do business with government agencies. PCG is committed to a diverse workforce which is a reflection of our clients and the people they serve. Our organizational culture attracts and rewards people who are results-oriented and interested in making an immediate impact on their community as well as their own career.
The Business Development Associate- Education Services is expected to play a lead role in developing and expanding PCG’s portfolio of clients in the education sector. The qualified candidate will work closely with PCG colleagues to create business opportunities for the firm across large school districts and state departments of education.
PCG has a strong reputation and decade plus history of meeting the needs of the State of Arizona and school districts statewide. PCG seeking an ambitious self-directed, experienced Associate who will help PCG continue to solve client problems and contribute to the growth of PCG’s education services practice.
The successful candidate will play a key role in proposals, sales presentations, and conferences. They will be the primary point of contact for potential clients and will be responsible for managing the sales life cycle across a suite of education services. The Associate is expected to become familiar with education leaders as well as the issues that State Education Agencies (SEAs) and Local Education Agencies (LEAs) in Arizona are grappling with. The will be evaluated in part on the number of viable business opportunities created and the revenue generated from those identified opportunities.