We’re different. Not just in the way we do business but in the people we hire and the lengths we go to support them to succeed.
Join us to deliver change across the public and private sectors, from healthcare to defence and aerospace, local government, grocery, consumer, manufacturing, transport and utilities.
Who we are
We are a management consultancy that generates sustainable results and real financial and operational improvement for some of the world's most successful, innovative organisations. We have a track record of creating 10% to 50% improvement over two to six months without any capital expenditure.
Our UK base is in Oxfordshire, and we have offices in the Netherlands and USA.
Careers with us
At Newton we work with organisations that set the global agenda and change the way the world works. So if you want to change the world, we’re the best place to start.
We bring together talented people who solve complex challenges and change organisations for the better. Our innovative and award-winning approach to finding solutions sets us apart.
Working for Newton is not just a job. It’s not just a 9-5. It’s a chance to work with some exceptional people and surround yourself with brilliant individuals who will support, challenge and guide you through an intense, dynamic and rewarding career.
Read more about careers and our people HERE.
We offer structured, rapid career progression that involves taking responsibility early on. Within three to four years you can expect to be a lead consultant, managing a team to deliver results. We also have a strong culture of openness, support and problem sharing, so help and advice from experienced consultants and directors is always on hand.
You’ll learn fast. During the early part of your career your development will be guided by one-on-one mentoring from the lead consultant on site. Each employee has an individual development plan and a Development Manager who focuses on longer term career aspirations.
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At Newton, we're passionate about fundraising and volunteering, and we have a dedicated Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) committee to plan our annual programme and keep us on track. Some of our recent initiatives include the Race for Life, the Bacchus Half Marathon and the Great Gorilla run. We also work regularly with Engineers Without Borders, supporting, training and visiting EWB volunteers in deprived areas around the world as they work to remove barriers to development.