Superb opportunity to become part of the Infrastructure Advisory arm of a Big 4 Accounting Firm. This division is recognised globally as one of the leading Strategic Advisors in the Infrastructure sector, working at the highest level on flagship UK projects.
The company is part of a global network of firms that financial services and has offices across the UK. The Infrastructure Advisory arm has won many awards, including financial advisor of the year, and has around 150 dedicated professionals in the team. They provides market-leading advice to public and private sector clients including Department for Transport, Network Rail, Transport for London, Owning Groups, Train Operating Companies, Major Airports, High Speed 2, Highways England, Rail Delivery Group, as well as major city region authorities and local authorities. They have operated in key roles on high profile multi-billion pound projects and programmes across the UK, these include Crossrail 2, High Speed 2, Mersey Gateway, Northern Line extension and East West Rail.
In response to the increasing demand for advice surrounding the major structural changes in the UK rail industry including through Network Rail's Putting Passengers First programme and implementation of the recommendations of the Williams Review, we are seeking high calibre consultancy professionals with experience in providing strategic, commercial and financial advice to transport and infrastructure clients.
You will be supporting senior members of the team in providing advisory services to clients:
Development of business plans and delivery strategies
Commercial arrangements between rail industry participants
Development of bid strategy
Business case development.
Financial analysis potentially including building, testing and evaluating both financial and economic models
Preparing reports and/or bid delivery plans for clients. Strong report writing skills are a must for any successful applicant
Specifying and managing the work of junior colleagues, and contributing to their professional development through coaching and mentoring
Contributing to business development activities, leading proposals and leading on the origination of new ideas and propositions
You will need a minimum of 5 years experience working in a similar role, with strong knowledge of the governance and funding within the UK Transport and Infrastructure market, as well as business case development. If you feel this role would be a good fit, and an attractive career move please apply below
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