- Undergraduate Intern
Join OC&C for a two month summer internship and we’ll give you the same responsibilities as an Associate Consultant, assigning you to a project straight away. You could be working in any sector facing any kind of challenge: grappling with growth, advising on a merger or acquisition, developing corporate strategy or planning major organizational change. Projects tend to be fast, furious and brief, so you'll rapidly gain insight across a range of challenges and business problems.
Over the 2 months , whether conducting field research or analysing data, you will be able to add your own insights and value to the team. There will also be opportunities to socialize and network outside of your project team both with the other interns and the broader company as a whole.
- MBA Intern
Join OC&C as an MBA student for a two month summer internship and we’ll give you the same responsibilities as a Consultant, assigning you a managing role on a project straight away. You could be working in any sector facing any kind of challenge: grappling with growth, advising on a merger or acquisition, developing corporate strategy or planning major organizational change. You’ll cement your current knowledge base and gain insight across a range of challenges and business problems.
Over the 2 months, there will also be opportunities to socialize and network outside of your project team both with the other interns and the broader company as a whole.
- Associate Consultant
Join OC&C as a recent undergratuce and you will join us as an Associate Consultant and assign you to a project team straightaway. It will be small – way smaller than the industry average - so you'll have to pull your weight from day one. You could be working in any sector facing any kind of challenge: grappling with growth, advising on a merger or acquisition, developing corporate strategy or planning major organizational change. You'll be working directly with colleagues and clients, and will be expected to contribute fully: brainstorming, discussing analyses, making recommendations, building relationships.
Projects tend to be fast, furious and brief, so you'll rapidly gain experience across a wide range of challenges. Learning the ropes takes time, but progress depends entirely on personal performance.
OC&C Consultants begin as either successful Associate Consultants, typically with a proven two to three year track record, business school graduates, or recruits from industry with several years' experience.
Consultants are well-rounded professionals capable of taking responsibility for, and contributing significantly to, major aspects of projects. Within the OC&C team, you are the Manager's key support, as well as a confidant and coach for more junior colleagues. As a consultant, you take the initiative to support and guide the team towards workable solutions, and you will need to be adept at recognizing and addressing their concerns. This will also foster and build strong, mature and mutually beneficial relationships.
- Case Team Leader
After 1 year as a post-MBA Consultant, or after 2-4 years as a Consultant, you will be made a Case Team Leader. As such, you will begin to lead small project teams or large modules, often times working directly with an OC&C Partner.
This is an important stepping stone to becoming a Manager as you will gain hands on experience leading more junior team members and driving higher levels of insight and work planning.
Our international training program contains sessions to help you develop your consulting and leadership skills to be able to take on this new role.
If you perform well as a Case Team Leader, or are taken on as an experienced hire with the appropriate background and skills set, you will be made a Manager. As such, you will be one of the very core of the firm, taking the lead on projects and responsibility for the teams that deliver them.
As a day-to-day client-leader, it is arguably your single most important responsibility to develop strong, professional client relations. It is crucial that clients regard you as their trusted adviser and a thought leader in their sector. At the same time, OC&C Partners will be putting their trust in you as a project delivery expert, and will seek your full support in pursuing their commercial goals. Your team members, meanwhile, will view you as their prime source of professional and personal guidance. Being a Manager is a tall order.
- Associate Partner
Experienced Managers may become Associate Partners, en route to election as a full Partner.
Every Associate Partner is a top consultant, albeit one whose skills will continue to develop. During your tenure, your fields of expertise will become more specialised and clearly defined as you hone your personal profile and core skills. You will work directly with clients at the most senior levels, building close professional – and typically also personal – relationships, addressing their concerns in the broadest sense, capitalising on commercial opportunities.
You will also be expected to push content-leadership and play your part in growing our international profile: helping build the firm's base of intellectual property by contributing to high quality internal and external publications.
With partnership in prospect, Associate Partners are systematically coached, mentored and trained in specific areas identified as key to their particular strengths and capabilities. The only way is up: we are firmly committed to helping you find your path.
Associate Partners stand for election to Partner and become one of the men and women who own and govern the firm.
A Partner is first and foremost a confidant and adviser to our clients. You will develop and maintain relationships built on respect and trust with leaders across the full spectrum of the world's industries and institutions.
As an OC&C Partner, you will by definition be an accomplished, all-round consultant and Manager, constantly deploying and developing your expertise through intense dialogue with clients and by being closely involved with your teams' development of solutions. As a co-owner of our firm, you'll also be responsible for contributing fully to its ongoing development and growth; whether in terms of intellectual capital, client networks, people, or capabilities.
We regard partnership as just one more stage in an ongoing process of development that will see you continue to improve your skills - as an adviser, coach and entrepreneur.