Title: Buck-Principal Retirement, Local Practice Leader
Location: United States-Georgia-Atlanta
Job Number: 13001052
At Buck Consultants you’ll discover an innovative, high-energy environment that inspires top achievement. As a prestigious highly successful leader in providing employee benefit, actuarial, outsourcing and HR management consulting services, we have the strong resources, solid reputation and global reach to enrich your work life and enhance your career.
Develop and adhere to schedules and budgets resulting in on-time, profitable projects
Manage consulting relationships profitably while achieving a high level of client retention and appropriate levels of growth (through existing and/or new client relationships)
Understand and meet the financial reporting requirements of the firm
Implement best practices and standardized procedures for valuation clients to ensure maximum realization
Ensure that work is done by the most junior staff available who can handle the assignment competently and deliver a product of appropriate quality
Contribute to the financial success of the organization
Participate in developing creative, strategic, proactive and technically correct advice to clients both in special situations and in your day to day responsibilities
Display strong written and oral communication skills including the ability to articulate complex concepts
Organize client meetings to gather information, establish needs, clarify expectations, develop strategy and obtain feedback
Ensure quality services are provided to clients (e.g. compliance with the peer review policy established for the practice)
Contribute to advancement of the firm by seeking to learn and share best practices
Keep abreast of developments in the field and at your clients so that you maintain your technical, professional expertise and recognize upcoming client issues so that you can be timely and informed in your advice to clients.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SKILLS
Readily identify client needs and opportunities to introduce or cross-sell Buck and Xerox products and services
Participate in proposal drafting and new business presentations
Contribute to Buck's thought leadership initiatives, promote visibility of Buck and develop contacts through speaking engagements, publications and other participation in industry and professional associations.
Demonstrate knowledge of the market and competitors, and what sets Buck apart
Demonstrate the ability to grow the business at existing and/or new clients
Strive to achieve a connection with clients and prospects
Network / keep in touch with people as they leave clients, audit or law firms or elsewhere to help you in business development for the firm.
PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT SKILLS
Assist in interviewing, recruiting and hiring high quality staff
Mentor and train staff, continually focusing on developmental opportunities
Network within Buck (including other offices) demonstrating support and respect of Buck peers
Conduct meaningful performance appraisals of direct reports. Take appropriate action, when necessary. Lead a highly efficient staff with high chargeable time
Buck strongly supports the attainment of professional credentials by our staff. This is vitally important to the company, our clients and to the candidate's career development.
Xerox Business Services, LLC and its subsidiaries is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, gender/sex, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, use of a guide dog or service animal, military/veteran status, citizenship status, the basis of genetic information or any other group protected by Federal or State law or local ordinance. People with disabilities who need a reasonable accommodation to apply or compete for employment with ACS may request such accommodation(s) by calling 866-419-2226 or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
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