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A clear career path

A clear career path

At KPMG, the career path is clear and precise. Our employees are allowed true influence over how it develops.

At KPMG, all employees are aware of how their career paths develop from day one.


Students and university graduates join KPMG as Assistants. They attend numerous training sessions and programs to expand their job-specific knowledge and learn the tools and methodologies we use in our work. As project team members, they perform their duties with support from more experienced colleagues.

Senior Assistant

Employees with at least two years of experience are promoted to Senior Assistants responsible for coordinating project team work while performing all duties assigned as part of their regular work. After another year, a Senior Assistant is promoted to the Supervisor position, requiring more operational independence as a stepping stone in preparation for becoming a Manager.


Sufficient qualifications and experience gained in the previous position are a gateway to managerial promotion. Managers supervise the work of numerous project teams and guide their subordinates’ career development. Managers have client groups assigned to them, and are responsible for delivering projects commissioned by those clients.

Senior Manager

The Senior Manager position can be awarded to experienced Managers and specialists in their field, responsible for outlining the overall operational direction of their teams and making strategic decisions. They manage cooperation with an extensive client community.


After a minimum of two years as a Senior Manager, an employee may be promoted and become a Director. Directors represent the firm in contacts with strategic clients, and develop their own client portfolio. They also manage a department or a section while handling the career development for department staff.


Partners make strategic decisions, look after the firm’s market position and are held accountable for the delivery of the highest quality of work as well as for the overall performance of the divisions they are responsible for.