What does a Project Consultant do?
Project consultants are versatile, multi-faceted consultants who often provide guidance, support, and assistance related to a broad range of project-related business needs. While they may have a specialized area of expertise, they frequently offer a breadth of general business knowledge across a particular industry or focused on certain project tasks. They are often enlisted to provide technical support or professional expertise in critical areas of high-priority projects. They create and administer systems and processes to make repeated tasks more efficient, and implement other operational changes to save time and money.
Project consultants often have a bachelor’s degree in their field of expertise, although extensive relevant professional experience may also be acceptable. They must have excellent analytical skills and problem-solving capabilities, and the ability to manage multiple complex processes simultaneously.
How much does a Project Consultant make?
Project Consultant Career Path
Learn how to become a Project Consultant, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.
Years of Experience Distribution
Project Consultant Insights
“Volpe Enterprises training is the best training course I have ever been a part of.”
“3 years I was told I'd get a promotion and a raise but it never happened.”
“You get paid by the hour so if you have to do extra hours here and there you get paid.”
“Good work and life balance”
“Fast growing and great personal development opportunities”
“Contracts end and the next job is uncertain.”
“It provides good place to work with leasure to learn and improve skill set.”
“I've enjoyed great benefits and career growth.”
Project Consultant Interviews
Frequently asked questions about the roles and responsibilities of a Project Consultant
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