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Junior Consultant

 
#1 Junior Consultant
20/04/2006 15:24

Tim Smith

Hi there

Once I have completed my graduate training scheme next september I would like to apply for a role within a consultancy firm. After the research I have undertaken I believe that I will need to apply for a junior level entry based upon my experience. When do firms tend to begin theuir recruitment drive for this level of entry as I may start looking earlier if needs be

Thanks

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#2 Re: Junior Consultant
20/04/2006 16:16

gmm

Junior level entry is usually combined with graduate entry for convenience of administration. You're probably familiar with the timetable from applying yourself, but for anyone who isn't:

September-November is when they mostly put out their recruitment materials. Applications open a couple of weeks thereafter. There may be a couple of ad-hoc positions, or smaller firms may advertise at other times of year e.g. January-March/June-July to catch postgraduates/undergraduates finishing their final exams. The largest firms may also be filling in last-minute vacancies if more people than expected turn down offers.

Otherwise, for round-the-year recruitment, the periods post-bonus announcements (i.e. January and April) are big times for moves.

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