Guy Reisler

Guy Reisler

Business Analyst
Undergraduate student for Philosophy Economics Political program, Tel Aviv University. Expected graduation June 2019

Being a TASCer

“Solving problems with out-of-the-box thinking”

Why TASC?

Because working at TASC is an interesting, challenging, meaningful experience. You get overcome those to face challenges every day, think outside of the box, and once you challenge, your solution will have a real impact. Combine all of that with great people around you and young and cool atmosphere, and you get a great place to work in.

TASC moment to share

A couple of months ago, we presented of a strategic plan to the CEO of one of the largest companies in the Israeli market. On the way back to our office, I asked to be dropped down near the university, so I can get to class. The partner leading the project asked me: “How many of your classmates getting to class after such a meeting ?”. He had a point. I believe that this is a very unique job, especially for students.

Work-life balance

Like many of students, I looked for a job that will give me a chance to develop and to gain professional experience, while at the same time respect the fact that my education cannot be adversely impacted. Working in TASC gave me just this. I’m working part time, getting time-off before exams and a very understanding and flexible attitude.

Real, diverse work right from day one

For me, the main advantage of working in TASC is the diversity of the projects. In one project you can find yourself learning how the banking system works, in the next one analyzing the recent trends in the telecommunication market, and after that developing a strategic plan for a ministry. The exposure to all market segments is what makes the work in TASC so much more interesting.

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