BCE offers careers for undergraduates, graduate degree holders, and experienced professionals.
We are not your typical management consulting firm and do not operate that way. Each team member is expected to contribute to client success, the firm’s direction, and as a result receives an opportunity to share in the firm’s profits. Whether you are beginning your professional life and are looking for an opportunity to learn, work hard, and develop a pathway to graduate school or you are looking to build a long-term career – BCE is that place.
Our culture is built around collaboration, teamwork, and developing each team member’s talents and skills, while also upholding a standard of excellence. If you’re looking for an environment where results and people matter, BCE may be the place for you.
Our partner-led and team-based approach fosters thought leadership and accountability, ensuring that every member of the firm can contribute and grow. The team-based model allows all team members to take on responsibility, from daily stand-ups to senior partner reviews, to external client briefings.
As management consultants, our work is comprised of only the toughest problems that our clients cannot tackle themselves. These problems require hard work.
Our team members don’t punch the clock—our employees are responsible for their own time management. The only requirement is a job well done. BCE provides clear expectations, deadlines, and access to the resources and tools needed for success.The hard work of our team members is rewarded through firm-wide profit sharing.
At BCE, we place an emphasis on learning by doing. The firm employs several core analytical frameworks—members gain experience with these frameworks and apply them throughout project engagements. These frameworks provide a baseline from which our team can operate and solve complex problems.
Sharing knowledge is fundamental to our team-based model. Throughout engagements, members of the firm share tips and tricks with one another, in addition to industry-specific knowledge passed on from senior leaders to analysts and managers. These informal exchanges bolster our more formal professional development and training exercises. Additionally, we emphasize learning from failure—learning requires trying something new and oftentimes that leads to mistakes. Learning from those mistakes and applying new knowledge the next time is part of our process.
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