Perspective of a Junior Consultant

Flat hierarchies, fast working methods and a high degree of independence

Following my doctorate in experimental psychology and my first professional experience in the education sector, I decided to change my career path. At Intero Consulting, I found what I had been looking for – nice colleagues, experts for any problem, exciting projects and new challenges every day.

From my first day of work, I was fully integrated into the project team and from my second week I was meeting clients on site. In the first few months, I was given smaller work packages to work on independently, but these soon developed into ever larger tasks and small sub-projects of my own. The variety of the tasks within a project makes work exciting every day, whether it’s close collaboration with clients, evaluation of data, drafting and delivering presentations or active involvement in the further development of the firm.

Alongside the work, there is plenty of time and space for advanced training, of course, and for sharing experiences within our company. Along with two other Junior Consultants, I completed a four-day introductory course in business consulting in the fist few months and I also attended a four-day course on process optimization with all of my other colleagues.

At Intero Consulting, I can develop my own ideas very quickly and take them forward. At the weekends, I have the time to pursue my own hobbies including bike racing and cross-country skiing.