In order to help companies meet their strategic goals and objectives, the Principal Business Consultant has excellent written and oral communication skills in both English and French. This individual possesses leadership skills indicating responsibility, reliability, organizational and communication skills, problem-solving and the ability to work well with others in any workplace setting, whether on-site or remote.
- Developing and maintaining client accounts and relationships. Conveying project approach, identifying business needs and potential solutions to solve client business issues.
- Development of Key Market Strategies, Marketing Materials, and Capability Documents including the application of e-marketing and business integration tools, technologies and concepts.
- Participation in various public events and organizations to promote the organization’s brand.
- Provide management, mentorship and direction to other Business Development Managers and the Proposal Development team.
Skills and capabilities include:
Writing – using good grammar to write clear sentences and paragraphs. Being able to express ideas or explain things in writing.
Teaching – instructing others within a classroom and virtual training environment.
Advising / counselling – helping others cope with their personal, educational and work concerns by providing information or advice.
Directing / supervising – overseeing or managing the work of others and accepting responsibility for their performance.
Planning – developing projects or ideas through careful preparation, and deciding when and in what order each step will take place.
Estimating – judging the cost or size of things. Predicting the outcome of an arithmetic problem before calculating the answer.
Managing time – using time in a productive way to accomplish everything needed.
Being self-directed – deciding what needs doing and getting it done without being prompted by someone else.
Using Logical Thinking
Investigating / researching – gathering information in an organized way to determine certain facts.
Analyzing – breaking a problem down into its parts so that each part can be handled separately.