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McKinsey & Company Knowledge Specialist - Social, Healthcare and Public Entities in Seattle, Washington

ConsultingKnowledge Specialist - Social, Healthcare and Public EntitiesWho You'll Work WithYou will be based in one of our offices in Atlanta, GA, Waltham, MA, Seattle, WA, Chicago, IL or Dallas, TX as part of our Social, Healthcare and Public Entities (SHaPE) practice.You'll work with McKinsey's Center for Societal Benefit through Healthcare as part of our Social, Healthcare & Public Entities (SHaPE) practice. The Center deploys McKinsey's global capabilities and resources to historically under-resourced areas of healthcare that are critical to the benefit of society, such as mental health and substance use, social determinants of health, rural health, and maternal health. The Center is committed to sharing resources, innovations, data, and findings in the public domain so others can replicate what proves effective.The Center for Societal Benefit aspires to collaborate with other organizations and leading researchers to drive positive innovation to improve overall health and well-being and reduce healthcare disparities. The Center for Societal Benefit aims to accomplish this objective through four strategies: conducting and sharing research; developing open-access analytic tools and datasets; partnering with organizations to develop novel solutions to longstanding problems; and convening and supporting multi-stakeholder collaborations.What You'll DoYou will lead the development of open-access analytics tools and datasets within the data hub of McKinsey's Center for Societal Benefit.In this role, you will be responsible for product development. You will work with scrum leaders, engineers, designers, and leadership to design prototypes, manage day-to-day development, gather user input and create release plans. You will also be responsible for product strategy. You will work with leadership to define priority development initiatives to support open-access tools and data/analytics partnerships.You will incorporate product excellence through better UX/UI, performance metrics, user tracking, and competitive analysis. You will also create knowledge initiatives. You will lead the creation of content to provide novel insights on key focus areas (mental health and substance use, social determinants of health, rural health, and maternal heath) in the form of articles, charticles or infographics, and/or conferences.You will also be responsible for external partnerships. You will lead the collaboration with external partners to co-publish insights, data or interactives on center focus areas. You will set cadence, create content and manage relationships with external partners, working under guidance of leadership.QualificationsBachelor's degreeExperience with at least one of the following tools: Domo, Tableau, React, D3, SQL or PythonExcitement to drive impact and improve healthcare outcomes for historically underserved populationsAbility to effectively work cross-functionallyHighly entrepreneurial and drivenStrong analytical skillsCOVID-19 vaccination mandate:Employment with McKinsey & Company, Inc. in the United States and Canada is conditioned on proof of full vaccination against the COVID-19 virus (with a WHO-approved or Health Canada-approved COVID-19 vaccine, as applicable) or approval of an exemption due to a qualifying medical condition or sincerely held religious belief prior to start date.FOR U.S. APPLICANTS: McKinsey & Company is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, genderidentity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteranstatus, age, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.FOR NON-U.S. APPLICANTS: McKinsey & Company is an Equal Opportunity employer. For additional detailsregarding our global EEO poli