What does a Business Process Consultant do?

Business process consultants work on projects to analyze data, develop solutions, and make recommendations to improve an organization's productivity, often by refining strategy or infrastructure. They gather data and research to identify company problems by analyzing data, developing possible solutions, and making recommendations to their clients.

Business process consultants assist businesses with their process improvement and help them achieve their business goals by identifying technical problem problems and developing solutions that help support the business objectives. They assist in developing and implementing business plans and initiatives and develop a plan to seamlessly integrate new processes with existing business processes at an existing business. They work with customers to understand their requirements and needs and identify process optimization opportunities and need a minimum bachelor's degree in business, economics, statistics, or marketing.

What responsibilities are common for Business Process Consultant jobs?
  • Serve as the responsible owner for getting a problem permanently resolved or prevented as soon as possible.
  • Manage and coordinate all problems through the process.
  • Monitor and control the detection, recording, assignment, escalation, and resolution of problems.
What are the typical qualifications for Business Process Consultant jobs?
  • Bachelor's or Graduate's Degree in engineering, business, or computer science or equivalent experience.
  • Prior experience in a consulting position and demonstrated leadership skills including Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
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Avg. Experience2-4 years

Business Process Consultant Salaries

Average Base Pay

$88,763 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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$65K
Median: $89K
$121K
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Business Process Consultant Career Path

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Business Process Consultant

Years of Experience Distribution

0 - 1
10%
2 - 4
77%
5 - 7
10%
8+
3%
Not including years spent in education and/or training

Business Process Consultant Insights

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InfosysInfosys
Business Process Specialist
Jun 7, 2022

“The pay was good and it was remote.”

Knorr-BremseKnorr-Bremse
Business Process Consultant
Mar 8, 2021

“Limmited opportunities for prof and career development”

PointwestPointwest
Business Process Specialist
Sept 12, 2021

“Great performance/work ethics is not equal to promotion or a raise.”

SAPSAP
Senior Business Process Consultant
Mar 12, 2021

“HR is not too participative in career development”

AdobeAdobe
Business Process Consultant
Jul 7, 2022

“It was ok to work with it”

Horizon IndustriesHorizon Industries
Senior BPM Developer
Jun 16, 2022

“Great people to work with”

SAPSAP
Business Process Specialist
Oct 23, 2022

“not good pay though for seniors”

BellBell
Business Process Specialist
May 31, 2022

“Not the best salary in the market”

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