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Our career stepping stones

As a university graduate you can start your career with us as a consulting analyst. There are six steps on the way to becoming a partner. After the entry level, the next development steps are consultant and senior consultant, followed by manager, senior manager, principal and partner. Each step along your career path involves more responsibility for the success of projects and the firm. At Ebner Stolz Management Consultants there is no up-or-out pressure – which holds true for all of Ebner Stolz. Rather, career paths are oriented towards the principle of personal promotion and development based on your individual time line.

Con­sul­ting Ana­lyst
Entry as a mas­ters gra­duate, work in a team on pro­jects, rese­arch or acqui­si­tion topics, search for infor­ma­tion, assess and con­dense it, pro­mote dia­log, ensure the qua­lity of infor­ma­tion.

Pro­ject work, con­duct your own inde­pen­dent ana­ly­ses, pur­sue a strict logic to assist the pro­ject team and cli­ents, deve­lop your own inde­pen­dent solu­ti­ons, bud­ding pro­fes­sio­nal excel­lence

Senior Con­sul­tant
Pro­ject work, assume lea­dership of parts of pro­jects, deve­lop con­cepts and story-lines, focus on spe­ci­fic issues, estab­lish and groom rela­ti­onships to cli­ents, team up/train youn­ger col­lea­gues

Pro­ject mana­ge­ment with a lot of pro­fes­sio­nal input, prio­ri­tize issues and tasks, deve­lop story-lines, secure pro­ject suc­ces­ses/results, train youn­ger col­lea­gues

Senior Mana­ger

Mul­tiple pro­ject mana­ge­ment, handle com­ple­xity, be a pro­fes­sio­nal expert for spe­ci­fic issues, take res­pon­si­bi­lity for pro­ject suc­cess and cli­ent satis­fac­tion, win fol­low-up busi­ness


Pro­ject mana­ge­ment/lea­dership, handle com­ple­xity, set up your own net­work, become a trus­ted advi­sor, assume cli­ent res­pon­si­bi­lity, win fol­low-up and new busi­ness, deve­lop stra­te­gies

Assume pro­ject mana­ge­ment, cli­ent res­pon­si­bi­lity, ensure qua­lity assurance for pro­ject work, estab­lish net­works, men­tor staff, win new busi­ness, take res­pon­si­bi­lity for busi­ness deve­lop­ment, fos­ter the per­so­nal deve­lop­ment of emp­loyees

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