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PA salary

 
#1 PA salary
09/08/2006 10:29

anon to deleted (#0)

Hi there I was wondering whether someone could give me a ball park figure for base and bonus compensation for CA's and C. In addition does this vary much between practices, and if so what is the deviation?

Many thanks

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#2 RE: PA salary
09/08/2006 11:32

Beth to anon (#1)

Depends very much on performance, practice, your experience etc, but high 40s for salary, c 10K bonus was my experience

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#3 RE: PA salary
09/08/2006 11:50

anon to Beth (#2)

Hi Beth,

Was that for a CA or a C.

Could you give me a rough band for both?

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#4 RE: PA salary
09/08/2006 13:52

Beth to anon (#3)

Junior C

Bands aren't published. As at all consultancies as a C can be a new promotion from internal CA (grad c 2 years out) working in government or someone from banking with 5 years experience but no MBA or consulting experience (thinking of 2 real Cs in PA)

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#5 RE: PA salary
09/08/2006 15:43

The thinker to Beth (#4)

Depends on your practice - SMP will pay a lot more than Projects for example.

Which practice do you want to look at ??

In BOP Cs would typically bring in early 50s, plus 15-20% bonus. New hires are paid more than "home growns"

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#6 RE: PA salary
09/08/2006 16:12

CA level to The thinker (#5)

Thinker - thanks for this. So what could a CA in SMP for example?

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#7 RE: PA salary
09/08/2006 23:36

PA peut-etre to CA level (#6)

Or a CA or C in PMP?

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#8 RE: PA salary
14/08/2006 11:37

kev to CA level (#6)

CA in SMP would make £35k-£45k I'd say, tho possibly more if you join from elsewhere. Bonus of between £4k and £8k.

C level is probably another £10k on base salary and more bonus potential (my highest was about £16k).

Real uplift in salary come at Principal Consultant level.

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#9 RE: PA salary
14/08/2006 16:15

anon to kev (#8)

Kev, thanks for this. The band 35-45 k seems quite large. You state those joining may come in on a higher salary. Do you know if those that get promoted not just in SMP or PA in general but in the industry get any pay backdated at all

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#10 RE: PA salary
15/08/2006 11:12

kev to anon (#9)

A CA band will include people who've maybe been promoted early from graduate level up to those who come in as senior CA's with e.g. PhD or such like and are close to moving to the next level.

Not sure what you mean by backdated (do you mean do you get some sort of probationary period where if you get promoted you get back pay?), in any case if I've never heard of it so it very likely doesn't exist.

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#11 RE: PA salary
16/08/2006 10:55

Anon to kev (#10)

Do any of you with SMP experience know how much time is typically spent out of London (i.e. living in a hotel)? Thanks.

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#12 RE: PA salary
19/09/2006 18:26

C1 to Anon (#11)

Just curious about this side of the Atlantic - any info on CA/C pay and bonus in the US?

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#13 RE: PA salary
25/09/2006 00:14

cpark to C1 (#12)

Hi - any idea what a CA in ITI (at PA) can expect to earn (and how does the package break down).

Thanks.

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#14 RE: PA salary
26/09/2006 06:09

c to cpark (#13)

CA in ITI would be on £40-£60K pa. pretty wide and depending on experience. the lower end wouldbe what a grad promoted from analyst would be on.

breakdown something like:

salary - 28 - 40K

car 3K

bonus 7K - 15K

extras ~£1k / £2k

compensation goes up significantly when you get to principal level.

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#15 RE: PA salary
26/09/2006 10:12

Anon to c (#14)

What is the level (basic + benefits) for a principal.

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#16 RE: PA salary
27/09/2006 20:18

PaER to Anon (#15)

Depends on the practice. Which one are you applying to ?

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#17 RE: PA salary
28/09/2006 08:43

Anon to PaER (#16)

I beleive that it will be for gov't working in areas of biometrics.

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