You’ll work in San Jose, Costa Rica as part of our Knowledge Network.
You’ll be part of our global knowledge network, which includes more than 1,800 knowledge professionals who work alongside our consultants and clients to generate distinctive insights and proprietary knowledge.
You will work with this group to help develop, codify, sanitize, and manage our global knowledge portal, which includes more than 50,000 documents that form the backbone of our firm's knowledge management.
This internship position is a 6-month based opportunity for students looking to gain that extra step towards their professional development.
You'll work with the Capital Projects & Infrastructure team conducting industry research covering topics across the infrastructure value chain.
You'll focus on topics such as planning, financing, developing, constructing and operating of public and private sector infrastructure and it also covers small capex and portfolio optimization, project delivery, megaprojects and capital strategy and allocation from the functional perspective.
As an intern you will be expected to primarily focus on Infrastructure industry-related topics in the Americas markets and gradually develop familiarity with global trends with 2 primary responsibilities.
As an Intern you will work with consultants to understand, disaggregate, and prioritize their research and information needs.
You will identify the key issues for the team and determine the most appropriate solution, effectively balancing quality, availability, timeliness, and cost factors.
By leveraging broad information source knowledge and your understanding of McKinsey’s global network of knowledge professionals, you will efficiently collect, summarize, and synthesize the relevant facts.
Research end products delivered to consulting teams include charts, tables, frameworks, written summaries and fact packs.
You will be expected to bring interest and develop some expertise in one or multiple areas of the infrastructure space, depending on the needs of the client serving team.
You will contribute to the continuous effort of building and managing a state-of-the-art knowledge management infrastructure by reviewing and selecting information sources, establishing links to internal and external experts, and developing and maintaining relevant library materials and databases.