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Historic change is brewing in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The economy is transforming. Paradigms are shifting. A digital revolution is underway.
Change in MENA isn’t a question. The only question is: Will you help us usher it in? Woven through every aspect of MENA’s new landscape is cyber, and the Booz Allen team is leading the charge. In the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and other locations, we’re partnering with business and government leaders to shape the future of MENA, and we need cyber and consulting talent to help us do it.
It won’t be easy—but if you’re a trailblazer, you don’t want it to be.
You’re a trailblazer if:
1. You can’t resist a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
We’re expanding our MENA team in a region where our expertise is unique. “It’s a greenfield opportunity here,” says cyber expert Jay Townsend. “We collaborate with clients in finance, energy, retail, government, defense, transportation, and healthcare—almost every sector in MENA. Some clients currently don’t have cyber, or even the infrastructure for it, but they know where they need to be and they’re willing to invest the resources to get there.”
Management consultant Rosemary Mosquea sums up what makes this opportunity so gratifying. “We’re doing impactful work in a rewarding way
2. You want to be a double threat in cyber and consulting.
“We need people who can think from a business perspective as well as a technical one,” says Jay. From deck writing for threat hunters to pen testing for consultants, our training actively raises the bar—because it has to. “The expectations are elevated,” says Tracy Sales, a cyber team leader. “We’re dealing with high-level clients so we need to quickly learn skills that transcend cultures and positions.”
3. You’re driven to change the world as part of an international company with American roots.
We may have employees peppered across the globe, but
The foundation of those values is our purpose: Empower people to change the world. Every member of our tight-knit team takes that mission to heart. “Our work is vital to the digital transformation in the Middle East, which plays a major role on the global stage,” says Tracy. Rosemary agrees. “We’re keeping people safer and more integrated. We’re trailblazers—and there’s more change to come.”
It’s a crucial moment for the MENA region, a moment that could change everything—including your career. Will you be part of it?