Career & Job Application at E.ON Inhouse Consulting

Career & Application at E.ON Inhouse Consulting

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About E.ON Inhouse Consulting (ECON)

Do you want to shape the energy market of the future? Would you like to work hand-in-hand with E.ON's top management team to master the strategic challenges facing the global energy market? At E.ON Inhouse Consulting (ECON), E.ON Group's international management consulting unit, you will develop unique solutions to tackle the complex issues posed by the energy industry - making a lasting contribution to increasing the corporate value of our company. What else awaits you? A challenging learning environment, excellent career prospects and an exceptional team spirit!

Career at E.ON Inhouse Consulting (ECON)

Are you currently completing a master's degree course in Economics, Engineering or Natural Science - with outstanding academic results? Can you pull on some initial hands-on experience - ideally in the energy industry or consulting sector? Then apply to join us as a Visiting Consultant. Right from day one of your internship, you will be part of our team of consultants and take on responsibility for a range of demanding tasks as a fully-fledged member of our team - for a period of eight to twelve weeks.

Have you already completed your master's degree? Then join our team as Project Consultant and work on some extremely challenging projects guaranteed to familiarize you with the whole spectrum of the energy value chain. You will be working on E.ON Group's top priority topics - making a long-term contribution to the success of our projects.

Company Cases by E.ON Inhouse Consulting

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E.ON Inhouse Consulting case: Robinson Mrs. Robinson and Mr. Friday live on an island. Their only access to civilization and trade are the inhabitants of the neighboring island, a people of excellent engineers (they also have electricity). The island is quite large with a small desert in the middle, surrounded by stormy sea. Mr. Friday has found a treasure some time ago and now lives off this fortune; he has build a private entertainment park near the shore requiring 1000x more energy than a normal household – but he has no electrical power yet! Mrs. Robinson is far less wealthy than Mr. Friday, but she has a great entrepreneurial spirit, know-how and enough money to invest. She is keen to supply Mr. Friday with power to earn some of his Euros. Her equipment suppliers are the neighboring engineer islanders; but she has access to neither fossil nor nuclear fuels.    
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Mrs. Robinson and Mr. Friday live on an island. Their only access to civilization and trade are the inhabitants of the neighboring island, a people of excellent engineers (they also have electricity). The island is quite large with a small desert in the middle, surrounded by stormy sea. Mr. Friday h ... Open whole case

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E.ON Inhouse Consulting Case: Customer Journey Training Case You are starting your first day at E.ON Inhouse Consulting and have been instructed to take a closer look at the customer journey at E.ON. Your first task is to compile touchpoints the customers experience when joining E.ON. After that, you have to think of channels to improve the customer experience. The third task is all about customer base and how to keep it stable. In this context, you will be asked to evaluate the implementation of an SMS initiative. Finally, you need to summarize the key findings on the joining journey.
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You are starting your first day at E.ON Inhouse Consulting and have been instructed to take a closer look at the customer journey at E.ON. Your first task is to compile touchpoints the customers experience when joining E.ON. After that, you have to think of channels to improve the customer experienc ... Open whole case

Articles about E.ON Inhouse Consulting

May 18, 2020

#AskECON - First-hand insights directly from E.ON Inhouse Consultants (ECON)

#AskECON – You ask, we talk straight!

Within our feature #AskECON, you had the opportunity to directly get in touch with E.ON Inhouse Consulting (ECON).

This "Ask a consultant" session was very much influenced by the corona pandemic, which resulted in many candidates asking questions about the processes during the crisis and also how the company is generally coping during this difficult phase. Boris (Director), Nele (Junior Project Manager), and Anna-Lena (Employer Branding Specialist) ... See More

September 18, 2018

#AskECON - First-hand insights directly from E.ON Inhouse Consultants (ECON)

Within our feature #AskECON, you had the unique opportunity to directly get in touch with E.ON Inhouse Consulting (ECON).

Manuel (Project Manager) and Matthias (Consultant) shared their personal experience at ECON and were happy to answer your questions. Furthermore, Halina (Team Lead Talent Acquisition) offered you useful advice on your application.

To keep you up-to-date, here is a short overview of the top Q&As:

What are the entry requirements at ECON?

Manuel:

"Many thanks ... See More

E.ON Inhouse Consulting Q&As

1 Do you think that inhouse consultancies are less affected by the impact of COVID-19?

There is probably no company in the world that is not affected by COVID-19. Nevertheless, there are industries and companies for which the effects are perhaps less severe than for others. The energy i... (read entire answer)

Hi ECON! To what extent do you estimate the negative effects of the current limitations on the Ge... (read entire question)

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