Thread List
First Page Previous Page Page 249 / 305 Next Page Last Page
Subject#Latest
2 03.12.05
1 03.12.05
2 02.12.05
5 02.12.05
2 02.12.05
9 02.12.05
3 02.12.05
6 02.12.05
2 01.12.05
6 01.12.05
6 01.12.05
1 30.11.05
5 30.11.05
8 30.11.05
7 30.11.05
37 29.11.05
3 28.11.05
6 28.11.05
6 27.11.05
1 26.11.05
1 25.11.05
7 25.11.05
2 25.11.05
1 25.11.05
1 25.11.05
2 25.11.05
2 25.11.05
5 24.11.05
1 24.11.05
3 24.11.05
2 24.11.05
2 24.11.05
2 24.11.05
2 24.11.05
1 23.11.05
1 23.11.05
1 23.11.05
3 23.11.05
2 23.11.05
2 22.11.05
4 22.11.05
2 22.11.05
15 22.11.05
1 22.11.05
4 22.11.05
3 22.11.05
8 22.11.05
1 22.11.05
2 22.11.05
1 21.11.05
First Page Previous Page Page 249 / 305 Next Page Last Page

Chargeability on CV?

 
#1 Chargeability on CV?
17/11/2005 22:43

Marco

Hi - apologies if this has been addressed before, but I am wondering what the convention is with regard to putting one's client chargeability on CVs.

I left Accenture a year ago having been averaging 110% chargeability per annum to clients during my 3 years there - is this a worthwhile statistic to quote for applications to other consultancies? Obviously it cannot be verified by potential future employers but in my view is a valuable indication of how saleable my stills are, and says that I was not doing internal projects or on the bench (instead gathering skills and exposure).

Thanks - any opinions gratefully received.

Marco

Reply  Quote   
 
#2 Re: Chargeability on CV?
18/11/2005 08:37

RecruitGal

Hello Marco. If you are applying to other consulting firms, then I think that's perfectly sensible thing to include.

Reply  Quote   
 
#3 Re: Chargeability on CV?
18/11/2005 16:13

James

Depends on your grade Marco: the more senior you are the more likely future employers will be less interested in untilization figures, and the more likely they are to focus on other factors such as sales and business development track record. It can't hurt though

Reply  Quote   
 
#4 Re: Chargeability on CV?
22/11/2005 16:21

Michael

Great advice by James there. If you think like an analyst you will be treated like one.

Reply  Quote   

Top of Page

ThreadID: 12104

Advertise
Your Jobs!