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Business Analyst, Non-Profit Practice

Cambridge Associates LLC United States

The Analyst is responsible for providing analytical, operational, and business development support to the Non-Profit Practice. In this role, the… Beyond.com


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Business Analyst

Cambridge Associates Boston, MA

•The candidate will join a team of business analysts within the Information Technology department responsible… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Business Analyst, Non-Profit Practice

Cambridge Associates Boston, MA

The Analyst is responsible for providing analytical, operational, and business development support to the Non-Profit Practice. In this role, the… Glassdoor


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Cambridge Associates, LLC Chairman and CEO Sandra A. Urie
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    Excellent opportunity to learn and contribute!

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    I have been working at Cambridge Associates, LLC

    Pros

    Cambridge cares about its staff, sometimes to a fault, but enrichment and development are major components of the C|A culture. Opportunities abound and when they don't, identifying challenges and laying out solutions is encouraged and in a lot of cases rewarded.

    Cons

    Cambridge tries to find the right balance between new blood and old blood. Sometimes the old blood sticks around for far too long and the new blood grows disengaged and discouraged.

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    It is great to be part of Cambridge and it is a wonderful place to learn and grow. For Cambridge to continue its success, someone must take the reigns and steer the organization. Decisions are slow to be made and even slower to be implemented because everyone has an opportunity to weigh in. This can be a good thing and it can also be a hindrance to agility and swift leaps forward. Great place to work, great people to work with, great mission.

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