We recruit globally for young talent that is passionate about unlocking value on the continent. Successful candidates are placed into a niche practice area that best suits their skill set, interests and personal capability.
You will be working on some of the most important challenges in the world, from Day 1 and be taught advanced problem-solving and consulting skills, and use them from the start.
We recruit newly or recently qualified graduates from African and international universities to join as analysts. On occasion, honours students and external junior hires with up to one year's working experience may also be considered for analyst positions.
Click here for current opportunities.
Genesis recruits a cohort of analysts annually. These are the classes (from left) 2020, 2019 and 2018. Due to the COVID pandemic in 2021 the induction of the class of 2021 was done online.
Our mass recruitment programme runs according to the academic calendars in Africa and overseas. We recruit internationally in October - November and between January and March, as well as April-July in Africa each year.
These processes are designed for current students at university-level or recently qualified and employed graduates who would like to pursue opportunities at Genesis. Applications for the 2023 graduate intake from universities in Africa is now closed. The international round is now open: Click here for more information. Applications close on 2 December 2022.
We also recognise that there are prospective candidates who are interested in transitioning into economics consulting and prospective candidates may submit their profiles in anticipation of future opportunities using this link. Our dedicated recruitment specialists will be in touch with you when suitable opportunities arise.
At a graduate level, we require a minimum set of documentation to establish your suitability for opportunities at Genesis.
Your application must consist of:
Please follow the online application process as outlined above and on the Genesis website. We use an automated applicant tracking system in order to receive and manage all applications. For this reason, we do not accept applications sent via email. This is also in line with the POPI Act 4 of 2013.
Note: Please be advised that the uploaded documents/attachments cannot exceed 4MB collectively. If so, the system will not accept your application.
For opportunities that are actively advertised, the following process may apply:
Applications are received and screened against required skills, competencies and experience
An initial exploratory telephonic interview will be held
You will be asked to complete an online case study assessment
Shortlisted candidates will undergo a panel interview
Successful candidates are added to our internship database and offers are made dependent on available project work.
If you didn't find a job you are suited to, submit your details to our database and we will contact you if a suitable role becomes available.
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