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  OPTIS Group's highly respected team

  of management consultants is growing

  by leaps and bounds. 


  Our experience within both private

  and public sectors is unmatched, our

  culture breeds success which simply

  translates into client satisfaction.




    Priority - Client Value

                     and integrity...




OPTIS Group offers a rewarding, challenging and entrepreneurial work environment.  If you would like to be part of the OPTIS Group Team — delivering high quality and value-added management consulting services then we would like to hear from you.


While our clients run the gamut from international industry giants to boutique niche firms, they share the idea of maximizing their potential both for their own good as well as their customers. Our projects are diversified as our clients and include development of operating models, business process redesign, operational control reviews, benchmarking to industry best practices, and a variety of roles within the systems development lifecycle (project manager, business analyst, implementation consultant).

Associate Consultants


We are looking for individuals who possess the following attributes:

  • A minimum of five years’ experience in the financial services industry, preferably with a broad knowledge of all functions
  • A deep operating knowledge in at least one major bank function (e.g., lending, operations, retail delivery)
  • Creative and independent thinker
  • Excellent written and oral presentation skills
  • Ability to work without extensive supervision or direction
  • Ability to balance multiple projects under tight deadlines
  • Experience managing technology implementations and process improvement projects, preferably with some systems conversion experience
  • Four-year college degree
  • Graduate degree preferred


These positions report to our Colorado Springs headquarters office and require approximately 40% travel.


If you are interested in joining the OPTIS Group, LLC team, please send your resume to and include a brief response (fewer than 200 words) to the following question:


"What is the most important strategic issue banks are facing and what should they do about it?"

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