Employee Career Architecture
Build Your Skills & Experience
Whether you're just starting down your career path, or prepared to make a change and considering potential opportunities, it can be helpful to know which skills, experiences and training may help you get to the next step. You'll want to find out more about the role-specific skill sets and developmental experiences you should have to succeed in whichever role you choose. Audit your personal balance sheet, tally up your strengths, analyze your skills, and uncover your deficits so you'll know what to add to your "skills portfolio." And reach out to others - co-workers, supervisors, mentors - for their honest feedback and help in assessing your current skills and determining the best ways to develop new ones. Don't worry about taking a detour or two - the experiences can be good wherever you go.
Build Your Career Path
What's next? Find out here by building your career path. Whether you're a member of Client Service Delivery(CSD) or Client Service Support(CSS), there are many possible career options to explore as you take control and create a blueprint for a great career. Use this tool to see opportunities within your own function or process, or have a little fun and explore cross-functional or cross-process opportunities. Either way, you'll end up with a new way of thinking about your career at KPMG.
Client Service Delivery (CSD) Professionals
Select a function, service, and a level to begin to build a career path. Learn about the "typical" next role for each position, as well as other opportunities within the firm, and the path you may take to help you get there.
Client Service Support (CSS) Professionals
Select a process, department, group (if applicable), and level to begin to build a career path. Remember that although there may not be an obvious "typical" next role for every position in your current process, your potential next steps may exist across departments, within groups in your own process, or within a different process.
Take time to explore the possibilities by building and printing the career paths that best align with your current skills and aspirations.
* The "Build Your Career Path" section of the Career Architecture website, the "Career Path Tool," and "Career Path(s)" were designed to assist candidates in thinking about their various career possibilities. The use of these tools and/or creation of a career path(s) are examples only and are not a guarantee of the path a particular career will take.