Switzerland

Start your career in Advisory 

Our Advisory function is growing – and that is the best basis for your career. You will be drawing up the best possible advisory concepts to address the complex challenges our national and international clients are facing. You help our clients to remain successful amid increasing competitive pressure, and identify opportunities and risks to advise them as to what course of action to take. Or you support your team in valuing companies, advising businesses on mergers and acquisitions, and the realization of assets. Continue to develop your experience and expertise by working on challenging projects with well-known clients. Show your strengths and advance your career.

Having completed your studies you can join us in the following areas:

 

Professional requirements

In order to gain an entry-level position in Advisory, you must meet the following requirements:

 

  • A degree in business economics with a specialization in logistics, supply chain, accounting or controlling; or economics, business information systems, information technology, mathematics or industrial engineering and management
  • Good grades in the relevant subjects
  • Some initial, specific practical experience through for example internships in Switzerland and/or abroad
  • Excellent knowledge of the respective local language and very good English skills.

Initial and further training

Being fully up-to-date is essential for us. KPMG will therefore both challenge and support you in your continuous personal development. You will be able to develop your skills further in specific specialist in-house training courses as well as on-the-job in national and international projects.

Your application

Please apply online: our entry-level positions

 

If you are interested in starting your career with KPMG outside of Switzerland, please apply directly to the corresponding location.

Advisory

When competitive pressures rise, it is important that companies implement the right measures for them. Advisory can support you in this area and help make complex situations simpler.

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