Consulting development program

Professional development is at the core of this innovative program. Our consultants come from a variety of backgrounds and majors. Our program ensures that participants cultivate the skills necessary to succeed in evolving project roles in the health care industry. If you want a future in health care consulting, you want to be in this program. It could be the start of a rewarding career focused on Caring. Connecting. Growing together.

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Consulting development program (CDP)

This program is focused on our consultative business areas involving health care process, operations, product and technology. In addition to challenging assignments, we lean heavily on networking and mentoring, and interface with high levels of leadership.

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What we are looking for

We are a highly matrixed organization that requires you to solve for ambiguity in many of your role responsibilities. You will wear many hats in this position by providing end-to-end consulting services and serving as a subject matter expert on various functions and work streams.

  • You should have a post-graduation degree/diploma or be nearing completion in a business related field.
  • Strong teamwork, collaboration and solid communication skills are essential.
  • We seek people who are highly flexible and have an aptitude to work in a consultative environment.
  • You should be very comfortable working in a performance-oriented culture that requires a high level of personal drive and self-direction.

“I am so grateful to have found the consulting development program, which recognizes the benefit of hiring, and, furthermore, celebrates associates from a diverse set of backgrounds. As a nonbusiness undergraduate major, I found CDP has equipped me with everything I need to become an effective consultant — from training to mentorship to coaching. I never need to look far to find the support required for my personal and professional development."

Kate H. (Pasadena, California) Biology-Macalester College, 2013; MBA-University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management