Meet Noah Rosen

Noah Rosen
Senior Business Analyst

My primary role as a Senior Business Analyst is to support, and sometimes lead, on specific parts of projects or workstreams

My Role

My primary role as a Senior Business Analyst is to support, and sometimes lead, on specific parts of projects or workstreams. It’s quite an exciting role, as by this point you’ve already harnessed in on your core consulting skillset (think presentations, critical thinking, interviewing, data analysis, project management). I’m also being given the freedom to be creative and deliver value on projects, whilst still having a more senior consultant or manager to help guide me.

My role requires me to be attentive, adaptable, and ready to support my team with synthesis or analysis required on projects.

Normal Day

First thing, I grab a coffee and check my emails – you might be working on a client’s network, so you’ll have to check two sets of inboxes. I usually check up on my project meeting slides and speak with my manager to clarify key points. Additionally, I deliver an update on a piece of work regarding project specific Key Performance Indicators.

My manager and I then go over my priorities for the week and highlight any tasks I may need additional support on, and I’ll later hold a meeting with the client to assess some of the analysis I produced in the previous week. I also have internal meetings with our Business Development Manager, as I’m supporting her with some account and industry research for my service line, Customer and Growth. My work will then be used by the Senior Leadership Team to guide discussions around business development.

Outside the office

I’ve always played a lot of sports and I’ve been able to keep up these activities through my time at BearingPoint. I typically play either touch-rugby or 5 a side football once or twice a week. On weekends, I enjoy being out visiting the city (or one London’s many pubs), especially when it’s sunny. Additionally, whenever I can travel, I usually jump straight on it! My favourite city breaks have been Lisbon, Budapest, Colombia, and Argentina.

Why BearingPoint

If you want a smaller firm feel with a huge European reach, BearingPoint is the place for you. I was not interested in joining a much bigger firm, being stuck in one section, and feeling like a very small cog in a big wheel. Instead, I can discover opportunities I am interested in and directly get involved in influencing and shaping BearingPoint’s future. For example, I have

recently been involved in a working group to develop our business growth culture, with our recommendations being implemented within our UK practice.

We are a people-centred consultancy who strive to improve and help all of our staff achieve their fullest potential. There’s always someone who’s happy to give you a hand or share their experiences, no matter how big or small the request is. You’ll have a dedicated Development Manager who will help you set ambitious but achievable targets for the year and maximize your experience at BearingPoint. However, your development will ultimately be driven by you.

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