When you join Bain as an experienced professional, you'll have the opportunity to drive meaningful client results alongside a talented and collaborative team of consultants, managers and partners who'll encourage your long-term success.
Your outstanding accomplishments will help you excel at Bain. They'll infuse your casework with valuable insight and practical skill and allow you to achieve actionable results for your clients. At Bain, you'll build upon your capabilities and advance your skill set.
After a rigorous interview process to ensure that there's a good match, we'll invest in making your transition to Bain a success. Through global and local training sessions, suitable staffing assignments, and attentive mentorship and support, Bain is committed to your seamless integration. You'll be well prepared to tackle the toughest business problems our clients face, and cultivate a long-term career in consulting.
- Opportunities for stimulating, innovative thinking in a fast-paced, supportive environment
- Exposure to some of the world's most challenging business problems
- Career flexibility and work-life balance
- Unlimited, accelerated advancement
- Emphasis on teamwork
- Global and local training programs and mentorship, for successful integration and ongoing learning
- An influential network that spans all types of industries
In fact, Bain's people are invaluable resources for new members of the Bain team. Our leadership, including senior consultants, managers, and partners, are extremely experienced, talented, and accessible—as well as down to earth. You'll team with them on a regular basis and benefit from their ongoing guidance and support.
What position should I apply for?
Experienced professionals have found success throughout Bain—as associate consultants, partners, and every level in between. Staff profiles highlight their diverse personal experiences, while the role descriptions below can help you determine where you might start. Hiring practices sometimes vary by local market, so be sure to check the local office page for details.
If you have fewer than three years of work experience, or if your experience is outside of business or didn't involve highly analytical, quantitative work, please review the associate consultant role.
If you have roughly three to six years of successful business or consulting experience, please review the consultant role.
If you have experience leading teams and working with senior clients within a consulting firm or similar business environment—like internal consulting or strategic planning—please review the manager role.