All four offices are open for applications - London, Berlin, Hamburg and Boston.
Associates usually join in two intakes every year, either in August or January, and applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
In order to apply, you must have the permanent right to work in the UK, EU and Switzerland, China, or the US.
The nature of the job requires commuting Monday to Thursday to the client site, and you will stay in a hotel during this time. Consequently, your location at the weekend can be flexible, so long as you may easily get to a large airport or train station to get to site. Being within commuting distance of our offices will make life easier when not on site.
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When you submit your application through the application portal, you will be asked to upload a CV and submit some personal details, such as:
Unfortunately, due to the urgent and confidential nature of our client work, we are unable to offer internships.
When you join us, you will have two weeks of initial training – one week to learn our core methodology and another at CATCH.
CATCH is a uniquely brilliant training opportunity, in which Chartwell takes over a fully functional chemical plant. The plant was purpose-built by a group of UK industrial companies to train employees in a real production environment without affecting their ongoing operations. You will spend a week on-site and work in teams to solve some complex technical problems in a full, real life factory simulation.
After the first two weeks, you will receive regular training in the office throughout your career, as well as plenty of on the job coaching and development.
From all our European offices, you will have the chance to work all over Europe. Our Boston office typically has projects anywhere in the contiguous United States.
Whichever office you are based in, you will usually travel to the client site on a Monday and be home on a Thursday evening.
Moreover, there are further opportunities to work even further afield such as Canada or Australia.
Chartwell has an enthusiastic ‘Ministry of Fun’ who organise frequent events such as axe-throwing, curling, and escape rooms. If you get an offer with us, you will be invited to one of our office days to meet the team and get involved in a fun event.
In addition to the ‘organised fun’ we are a fairly sociable group so normally a number of us head for a drink or dinner on a Friday evening after work.
Before joining, each new starter receives a buddy who is a junior member of the Chartwell team to answer any questions and make sure you are kept up to date with company news. Your buddy will keep up to date with your project and development for at least your first 6 months within the company.
After 6 months, you are assigned a mentor of your choosing within the Senior team at Chartwell. Casual meetings are held at least every 10 weeks and focus on your development and wellbeing.
You will receive extensive day-to-day coaching and support from your line manager, and every consultant has weekly 1:1s for their personal development and project support. In each project, ‘Team Norms’ are discussed to agree between the team what activities, routines and priorities the team members have to ensure everyone gets the right work-life balance.
ChartwelLGBTQ+, ChartWomen and ChartEM run events throughout the year and are open to members throughout the organisation.
We have an open culture of feedback within Chartwell and encourage anyone to raise problems or improvements
Typically, we have a team of 3-5 consultants on site. You will be given your own client team (which vary in size, dependent on the project) right from the start and be achieving your own great results in no time which makes the job incredibly rewarding.
Of course! You are welcome to contact us about any enquiries or applications for any of Chartwell's offices. We will then arrange for someone to give you a call:
We are experts at the process of improvement and applying it in a structured and fast way into a wide range of industries and sectors. We regularly rotate staff for development and exposure to different industries and sectors.
Fluency in English is required. For the Berlin and Hamburg offices a B2 or above level of German is required. Given the nature of our work, speaking any other languages is appreciated, though not essential.