Discovering better ways to solve social problems

Careers

Passionate about social change? At FSG, we are creating lasting social change while building the organization you’ve always wanted to work for, whether as a consultant, in one of our initiatives, or on our operations team.

Our consultants tackle some of the world’s toughest problems. Whether it is conducting field research in health clinics in Africa, crafting innovative approaches to community development in struggling cities, or presenting to a corporate or foundation CEO, we work in partnership with our clients to answer the unanswerable.

We work in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment that offers you an opportunity to build your consulting skills and content knowledge. Our work is intellectually challenging and fulfilling, as noted in a 2011 BusinessWeek article that mentions FSG as the type of employer business school graduates are seeking. In turn, we provide ongoing professional development at all levels and offer flexibility that helps you prioritize work and life balance.

If you're intellectually curious, analytically rigorous, a creative problem-solver and enthusiastic team player, we look forward to hearing from you.


See FSG's current opportunities by clicking here:

Search/Apply for Open Positions 

Please note: positions are only open for the office(s) specified.

FSG Consulting

FSG Operations/Administration

Shared Value Initiative

    • There are currently no open positions with the Shared Value Initiative

Collective Impact Forum

  • There are currently no open positions with the Collective Impact Forum

    CF Insights

    • There are currently no open positions with CF Insights

      FSG is an equal opportunity employer

      Search/Apply for Open Positions

      Interested in seeing more detail about our consulting positions? Read job descriptions for Associate and Consultant.

Why FSG?
Candidate attributes
What benefits does FSG offer?
Interested in applying?
What's a typical FSG consulting career path?

Follow Us:

Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn RSS