Aspect Advisory

We are looking for

Junior consultant

At Aspect Advisory our values guide every decision we make and every interaction we have – they anchor the way we do business. When it comes to our culture and people, we foster collaboration through trust and leadership –delivering the greatest value to our clients through a combination of our skills, perspectives, and experiences. We empower our people that together we inspire excellence and encourage one another each day.

At Aspect, we see our starting consultants as a long-term partnership within the consultancy. Hence, we put a great deal of effort into upskilling you as quickly as possible on both hard and soft skills, with the intention to put you in a client facing position as soon as you are ready. As a small team, we give you work that has a direct impact on both the client and the company. We give you ownership of your tasks and depend on you to deliver a successful project to client as a team.

In return, we expect you join with a resilient and growth-oriented mindset with the endeavor to push yourself beyond your comfort zone, and to be a committed team player.

Upon joining Aspect Advisory, you’ll be part of a two-week orientation program where we teach you the hard and soft fundamentals of consulting and our work. From there you’ll join a team on a client project across a diverse set of topics aligned to our core skillset. You will work remotely with the expectation to be on the site of a client when required.


We are always looking for entrepreneurial and dynamic individuals to join our firm. In particular, we expect

  • Creative and lateral thinking as well as an intellectually curious mind

  • Strong analytical skills and a quantitative background

  • The ability to structure complex tasks in a goal-oriented way and to deliver innovative solutions under tight timelines

  • Open mindedness as well as a desire for travel and discovery

  • Demonstration of outstanding performance

  • Experience in consulting to the financial services industry and proven ability to structure, lead and execute client project assignments with minimal Partner support


  • A minimum Honours (or four-year equivalent) degree from one of the Faculties of Science, Commerce or Engineering

  • Experience and / or interest in coding and data science is a plus

  • An output-oriented mindset

  • The ability to take ownership and responsibility of their tasks

  • The ability to think strategically 

  • A logical and creative approach to problem solving

  • A willingness to overcome challenges and solve problems on your own

  • Excellent analytical skills

  • Good presentation and soft skills

  • An honest and transparent communicator of your difficulties, challenges and opinions within our times


You won’t be a good fit with Aspect Advisory if:

  • You prefer a time-based work schedule to an output-based work schedule

  • You aren’t willing to ask for help when you’re stuck

  • You are more interested in how you can benefit from the team rather than how the team can benefit from you

  • You believe a challenge on a task that the team is facing is not your challenge to solve


Our company is built for and around its people. It is part of our culture for each member of the firm to take part in the running and development of Aspect Advisory. That means that Consultants at all levels are encouraged to get involved in the strategic decision finding, business development, marketing and management tasks. A sense of ownership for the firm is a central tenet to our overall behaviour. In particular, we offer

  • Challenging projects with leading financial institutions, where we are at the fore-front of innovation in products and methodologies

  • A motivating, inspiring and team-oriented work environment with co-workers from a variety of hemispheres and backgrounds

  • The opportunity to help shape a unique, professional environment with flat hierarchies and superior career opportunities

  • Competitive remuneration and free choice of residence within Europe

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