Keystone is a premier strategy and economics consulting firm solving the most complex challenges of competition, strategy, and intellectual property for leading technology firms and global brands. We work at the forefront of influential technology cases changing consumer behavior and regulation laws and impacting society on a global scale. Keystone brings an interdisciplinary approach, leveraging the intersection of economics, technology, and business strategy to deliver transformative ideas.  

With a diverse array of advanced educational backgrounds including hard sciences, economics, management science and computer science, Engagement Managers at Keystone ensure deliverables delight our clients and bring follow-on business. Our Engagement Managers develop a reputation for exceeding expectations, ideating transformational solutions, and acting as a manager for project team members.  

At Keystone you will work on big ideas for leading industry clients, grow your professional network and reputation, and gain relationships that last a lifetime. Partnering with recognized academic experts from top universities including Stanford, Harvard, MIT, Wharton, and more, you will direct project teams as they navigate the clients’ unique business challenges, creating solutions that solve a complex strategic problem or answer a critical business question. Sophisticated data modeling and econometric techniques will shape the project as you and your colleagues mine and assemble data sources to create unique insight into the clients’ opportunity. You will take on career shaping challenges, creating structure from ambiguity and leading our teams and the client to a successful outcome. 

Qualifications 

  • MBA, JD, or PhD in Economics, Computer Science, or other Science fields 
  • 5+ years of relevant experience following graduate school, preferably in the consulting industry
  • Demonstrated leadership skills
  • Intellectually curious and quick to learn with a passion for excellence 
  • Desire to work in a fast-paced, self-directed entrepreneurial environment 
  • Analytical skills with a keen understanding of financial and operational levers 
  • Ability to manage multiple complex work streams and work across organizational boundaries 
  • Strong written and oral communication skills  
  • Team player who can collaborate with multiple functional areas 

At Keystone we believe diversity matters. At every level of our firm, we seek to advance and promote diversity, foster an inclusive culture, and ensure our colleagues have a deep sense of respect and belonging. If you are interested in growing your career with colleagues from varied backgrounds, lifestyles, and cultures, consider Keystone Strategy. 

 

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