Managing Consultant

(full time with opportunity for some flexible working)

Location: Cricklade, Wiltshire or Glasgow, Scotland.

Salary: circa £42k to circa £53k (depending on experience) plus benefits.

Closing Date: 29 May 2019.


About the Managing Consultant role

Due to the increasing demand for our services, BVG Associates is looking for a Managing Consultant to win, manage and deliver strategic advisory services across our core areas of expertise, including advising clients in business strategy, industry economics and technology.

You will:

  • Lead project delivery to clients, including client relationship management, project management, research, analysis and reporting
  • Develop new business opportunities, own client relationships and lead the creation of proposals
  • Manage the work of other colleagues in the team to ensure projects are delivered on time and on budget and potentially line management of others in the team
  • Engaging with industry to develop insight into current trends and thinking, especially with regard to the technology, market and supply chains of the industries we serve
  • Shape our in-house tools and processes to keep BVG Associates at the cutting edge of strategic advisory services for the renewable energy industries, and
  •  Work closely with other members of the team in a supportive, collaborative and dynamic working culture.

About you

For this role you will need:

  • At least five years’ relevant wind or other renewable energy industry experience
  • A degree, ideally in mechanical, civil or electrical engineering, physics, natural science, mathematics, business or economics (2.1 or above)
  • A proven ability to manage client relationships and generate consulting sales
  • A strategic mindset and expertise in strategy development and planning, gained in either a management consulting practice or an internal strategic role
  • The ability to effectively manage complex projects across multiple businesses and geographies
  • Strong line management skills with the aptitude and ability to lead, coach and motivate others to achieve their best
  • Strong numeracy and analytical skills
  • Excellent writing skills to communicate clearly and accurately in written documents
  • Good proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • The ability to pick things up quickly, as every project and every day can be different
  • Initiative and self sufficiency to work in a small team
  • An aptitude for order, accuracy, efficiency and quality so that you can deliver to our high standards
  • The ability to prioritise a busy and varied schedule and juggle different demands on your time
  • Flexibility, focus and a hunger to learn
  • Confidence in your ability and talent as a high performer, and
  • A vibrant interest in the industries we serve.


In return, we offer:

  • A competitive remuneration package
  • Company profit-share scheme that rewards individual and team success
  • Pension scheme with employee and employer contributions
  • Potential for flexible working
  • Work in an intellectually stimulating and challenging but supportive environment
  • The ability to really make a difference through your job, and
  • A strong ethos of personal learning and development.


The role can be based at either our main office in north Wiltshire which is within easy reach of Swindon, Cheltenham, Oxford and Bristol or at our Scottish office in central Glasgow. Our team works collaboratively across locations using video-conferencing and regularly travels to meet clients and attend industry events in the UK and overseas.

How to apply

Please email a copy of your CV and your completed supporting statement to Tracey Searley at by the closing date of 5pm on 29 May 2019.

We will shortlist applications as soon as we receive them and may close the advert early, depending on the number of applications we receive.

The selection process will involve an initial telephone interview and if successful in moving to the next stage, we will then invite you to attend an assessment day in our Cricklade and/or Glasgow offices in mid June, which will include opportunities for you to find out more about us and the role.

Please read our applicant privacy notice which tells you how we will hold and use your personal data.

Equal opportunities monitoring

In line with our equal opportunities policy, we are committed to ensuring that no-one is discriminated against in our recruitment process.

To help us achieve this aim, we encourage all applicants to complete our equal opportunities monitoring form and return it to us at We will keep this information separately from your CV to make sure that none of the information you have provided will be used in the selection decision.

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