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Career Path

Arthur D. Little’s career development plan rewards employees who seek out new opportunities and challenges that not only enhance their personal development but also embrace the work they do for clients.

At Arthur D. Little, knowledge transfer is an important component to our corporate success.  How it is done and the frequencies of the transfers are two factors that we consider in the professional development of our employees.  But it is not just done at the junior level.  Transfers between offices happen at multiple career stages.  We believe this to be a strategic differentiator for Arthur D. Little and one that our senior folks participate in as well.  To further accommodate the career aspirations of our employees, we also provide opportunities to participate in internal training workshops.

Working with Arthur D. Little means you will be continually challenged to increase your knowledge while making significant contributions to the clients you serve and the people you work with.

Career PAth

Click on a career stage to learn more.

1. Business Analyst

2. Consultant

3. Manager

4. Principal

5. Associate Director

6. Director

 

The time spent on each career stage is not pre-determined, it is up to you how you take on your career. Performance is the key element that determines promotion, but normally, an ADL employee spends about two to three years at each career level.

Each career step reflects different emphasis on what type of work is performed. As a Business Analyst, you spend the majority of your time performing analytical casework, whereas management and business development are tasks that take up most of a Partner's time.