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30+ days ago

Senior Proposal Writer

Grenzebach Glier and Associates Chicago, IL

Work with consultants to generate high quality, persuasive proposals, sales presentations, and other business development materials Establish and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Project Assistant

Grenzebach Glier and Associates Chicago, IL

• Provide administrative support to assigned consultants to include: client schedules/ itineraries; phone messages, mail, faxes; printing, binding… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Senior Manager of Proposal Development

Grenzebach Glier and Associates Chicago, IL

Proposal Development • Works with consultants to generate high quality, persuasive proposals, sales… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Senior Marketing Manager

Grenzebach Glier and Associates Chicago, IL

Strategy • Develop an overarching marketing strategy for GG+A in line with the firm’s objectives. • Spearhead marketing efforts to develop and… Glassdoor


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    For the right person, this firm can offer rewarding experience. For the long-run? Probably not.

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    I worked at GG + A full-time

    Pros

    The client list is unparalleled, and working with institutions across the not-for-profit spectrum to address myriad challenges is invaluable experience. Insights shared by supremely talented senior managers are eye-opening and thought-provoking; they changed the way I run my office and the means by which address my own work.

    Cons

    Life at GG+A is spent entirely within a political minefield. Whether seeking advice from a colleague on a new challenge or simply managing more routine tasks, one must be clever to identify trustworthy sources and constantly tailor the information/images presented to others. Even simple tasks are highly variant from one manager to the next so project work is highly inefficient, and study estimates are rarely within scope. The turnover rate is to be taken seriously, as it will take its toll on every team to which one is assigned.

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    Solicit feedback from all your current employees quarterly and discuss it widely. Solutions to many concerns are readily apparent and widely known, but few are willing to accept them and be held accountable. Education (a major component of retention) should be a valued component of leadership within the firm.

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