We are experts in business analysis, programme & change management, process improvement and customer experience. However, being a Clarasys consultant is not just about delivering the same thing over and over again. We provide tailored solutions to our clients using tried and tested methods – designing and delivering lasting change with the customer and end user in mind. And when projects come to an end, our clients are empowered to be self-sufficient.
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Our graduate scheme
Your first 6 months
This isn’t a sink or swim kind of place. We like to invest in our graduates and equip them with all the tools they need to be successful.
On day one, we hold a welcome breakfast for our graduates and within the first few weeks, there is a lunch with the directors. We’re incredibly proud of our buddy system which assigns an existing member of the team to each recruit to show them the ropes and answer any questions. Graduates can also expect team-building away days, meetings with coaches, six weeks of classroom-based learning and a further six weeks on a pro bono project. Of course, there will be a few Clarasys socials along the way so we can get to know each other a little better. At the end of all this, our graduates are ready to start work on their first client project.
Clarasys wouldn’t be the award-winning consultancy it is today without a great team. Here, we talk a lot. In fact, our office can get pretty noisy when our consultants share ideas and solve problems together. But that’s the way we like it. We find this willingness to help one another ensures we never feel isolated or overwhelmed.
When our consultants aren’t with a client, they make a direct impact on the growth and development of our company. We work in internal teams to contribute to our internal policies and processes, redesign our website alongside a marketing agency, and procure new contracts with providers for collaboration tools.
Pro bono work
Charity work is an important part of who we are and what we represent. Every employee is entitled to six pro bono days each year to ‘give back’ and these days are spent working on projects and raising money for charity. We’ve worked with the Imperial War Museum and the Social Mobility Foundation to help them run more efficiently. We’ve also taught English in a school overseas.
We’re a tightknit family even if we don’t see each other as much as we’d like. We are often on-site with clients, so we stay in touch through weekly manager meetings, company days, company birthdays and monthly socials. At these events we share ideas and experiences and have a good catch-up. We’ve been rock climbing, sailing, chocolate making, skiing and attended wellbeing classes. We’ve also been known to support our local bars and restaurants.
Can you tick any of these boxes?
Degree – Do you have a minimum of a 2:1 degree in any subject?
Problem solving – Do you enjoy solving problems and finding solutions? Can you think analytically?
Teamwork – Can you work independently and as part of a team?
Learn new skills – Are you proactive about learning new things? Are you able to grasp different concepts quickly?
Communication – Can you present and share your thoughts clearly?
What happens once you join?
Getting to know Clarasys
You’ll spend ½ a day with one of the Clarasys directors, followed by another ½ day with your coach to find out who we are, why we’re different and what we value.
To make sure you settle in as quickly as possible you will also be assigned a buddy.
“Our approach to onboarding new hires is very personal. We invest in our people by tailoring each induction plan based on the individual, in order to best support them” – Claudia Meyer-Scott, Chief People Officer.
Your new Clarasys coach will call you prior to you joining Clarasys to gauge your experience and once you have started you will spend time with them to guide and help you develop and reach your potential at Clarasys.
Together you will assess where your competencies are at using the Clarasys Competency Framework and then define your career plan.
“I was really pleasantly surprised to learn that we would have two weeks of training when I joined Clarasys; this is unlike any experienced hire process I’d seen at other consultancies, and immediately showed me how much they invest in, and value, their people.” – Maria Voinica, Consultant.
We’ll adapt your induction training based on the conversation with our Head of L&D and your coach. The programme introduces you to the Clarasys ways of working and the Clarasys approach to solve complex problems using our Clarasys Agile Method alongside business analysis, change management and project management. We will ensure you are familiar and trained in all the tools and techniques we use at Clarasys, ahead of starting your first project.
“The training not only prepared me to go onto a client with a good knowledge base, but it also made me ready to go on as a Clarasys consultant.” – Alex Bacon, Consultant.
Connecting with your Clarasys peers
We’ll introduce you to different project teams by visiting client sites. These client visits will give you a view of the variety of the work we do, how we collaborate to solve problems and enable you to meet different members of the team early to start building relationships and grow your support system.
“The induction process provides great exposure to the people, culture and internal ways of working. What stands out most for me as an experienced hire is the opportunity to do a client site tour, meeting everyone and getting an insight into the types of projects that are taking place and the contributions that consultants are making individually and as a group. This enables a better and quicker understanding of the business and helps identify the roles that are best suited to my personal profile and in which I can add the most value.” – Ellie Geldard, Consultant.
You’ll receive ongoing support & weekly 1-2-1s with your coach. We’ll help you discover new interests and achieve your development goals from a variety of training opportunities. Obviously you will grow your knowledge and expertise during your different assignments by learning on the job from your Clarasys colleagues and share your own experiences as part of our collaborative team.
We understand that salary and benefits are important factors when considering new job opportunities, that’s why we recognise our graduates’ hard work and ensure they’re rewarded generously.
Here’s what you can expect from us:
• Competitive salary
• Peer reward scheme
• 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
• Referral bonus
• Annual leave buy back scheme
• Company laptop
• Company mobile phone allowance
• Life insurance
• CSM and CSPO certification
• Hypnotherapy sessions
• Career coach
• Defined contribution pension scheme
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