The sports car manufacturer subsidiary is particularly interested in applications from top-performing engineering and economics graduates. A minimum of two to four years of professional experience is another key requirement – preferably in a challenging project.

“Professional skills can be acquired in industry, in the economy as a whole, or in an advisory capacity,” says Stefan Stock, Director Human Resources. He continues, “In addition to their specialist qualifications, our consultants excel in on-the-spot, practical implementation. If you are enthusiastic about working with people to help incorporate innovative management concepts into their jobs, then this is the place for you.”

Mutual support and individual advancement

The consultancy culture is informed by extensive creative leeway, mutual support, and individual advancement. The close relationship between the subsidiary and its parent company Porsche, as well as ongoing personal exchanges, enrich the consultants’ work at every level.

The company is looking not only for new employees to fill positions at the German sites in Bietigheim-Bissingen (headquarters) and Hamburg, but also for its branches in Milan, São Paulo, Atlanta and Shanghai. The specialists in operational excellence work with international clients from a wide variety of industries. Porsche Consulting clients range from small and medium-sized enterprises to multinational corporations. In addition to the automobile and automotive supplier industry, the company focuses on mechanical engineering, the aerospace industry, construction, and the retail and service sector.

Porsche Consulting has repeatedly risen above the competition to be honored as the best management consultancy. With more than 370 employees worldwide, the company achieved sales of 90.2 million euros in 2014.

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