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average salaries in sc consultancy

 
#1 average salaries in sc consultancy
17/01/2006 07:03

Anastasia

I was wondering which is the average salary for consultant, senior consultants and managers in supply chain - logistics consultancy and how many years of experience (purely in consultancy) (approximately)each level requirs?

Also when i see in ads for example 50000pounds salary is netto meant?And if not how much approximately is netto? (in percentage of the salary)Is also social insurance always provided for granted?

Thanks a priori

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#2 Re: average salaries in sc consultancy
17/01/2006 14:27

Paul

Consultants (2-3 years) - £40k, SC (3-5 years) - 50K, Mgrs (5-8 years) £60k. Plus various packages (bonuses 10-50%) depending on the firm. These are gross. Tax and National Insurance takes approx 40%.

Feel free to e-mail me directly at pflavs@hotmail.com if you would like more advice about relocating. I work in recruitment for one of the big UK Consulting firm's but I live in Athens.

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#3 Re: average salaries in sc consultancy
17/01/2006 15:26

Anastasia

Paul,

firstly thanks for ur reply now and to one previous question of mine as well.

..the salary ranges are expected, though this 40% brings it to a quite dissappointing level, anyway........

.i ll feel free to email u quite soon as i am in research this period of time (of my options and choices) and it's much appreciated..

meanwhile, i am also thinking to take two certification exams: 1)is from sole the cpl certified logistician) and the second is from apics, the cscp (supply chain professional).what's ur opinion?do they have any value in the market?are they a good choice?is there any other that perhaps would have a greater value and i am not aware of?

thanks in advance

Anastasia

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#4 Re: average salaries in sc consultancy
17/01/2006 17:02

john mcbride

40% is not accurate, but unfortunately acceptable as rule of thumb

The percentage of tax changes as you move up in salary, and you can work it out to the penny using:

http://www.i-resign.com/uk/financialcentre/tax_calculator.asp

so use this and see if it matches ur expectations - note it's the same wherever you go :)

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#5 Re: average salaries in sc consultancy
18/01/2006 09:09

tax

The tax system is quite complicated. Roughly, you get about £4800 tax free, then pay 22% tax + 11% insurance on the first £33-35000 then 40% tax + 1% insurance on the rest. I find that it works out about 30% overall. As you earn more, so will it obviously tend more towards 40% overall as the lower rates occupy a smaller proportion.

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#6 Re: average salaries in sc consultancy
18/01/2006 14:17

RL

In terms of post-grad qualifications, you might consider the MCIPS route. This is the qualification offered by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply. It's very respected by ACN and certainly useful later on, if you want to do into industry.

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#7 Re: average salaries in sc consultancy
15/02/2006 18:35

East Enda

Have you not thought about studying for CIPS? (Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply)

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#8 RE: average salaries in sc consultancy
09/06/2007 16:38

Anastasia to East Enda (#7)

hi everybody again,

i was recently made senior consultant, -always within the same firm- (at 3.5 years).

i was wondering what would the mcips route would offer me right now in terms of money and in general?

would a distance mba from a top school be more helpful?

thnx everybody in advance

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#9 RE: average salaries in sc consultancy
09/06/2007 17:42

Village Idiot to Anastasia (#8)

Gaining good experience and developing a track record of winning business and delivering good client work is the surest (and cheapest way) to adding £££ to your salary. Instead of looking for a thousand shortcuts, realise that more money comes with more responsibility, and more responsibility is handed to those who demonstrate they can handle it.

A further educational qualification (CIPS, MBA, etc) is one way to demonstrate that you can handle it. But actually delivering work is a better way, as no one can second-guess your success!

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