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Salary level in London

 
#1 Salary level in London
10/04/2003 00:00

Minna

I'm about to have the final round of interviews with both Accenture and a niche management consultancy towards the pulp, paper and packaging industry (in London), and since I'm not based in London/UK I find it very hard to know what kind of salary level that is normal. (I've seen some salary surveys but they are not specific enough)

I have more than 3 years of experience in working with strategic Business Intelligence on a corporate level at one of the major players within the pulp, paper and packaging industry, and have thereby developed a both in-depth and broad industry knowledge. The roles I'm up for (in both companies) are as an expert/consultant within the forest industry consulting practice. I further more have a MSc in International Management (graduated in 1999).

Based on my background, should I expect something in-between £ 45-50k or 60k? Or is 60k way too much? In the UK, do you get paid for overtime?

I would be very grateful anyone could advise me on the above.

Minna

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#2 Re: Salary level in London
11/04/2003 00:00

Monica

Minna? is that your real name?

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#3 Re: Salary level in London
12/04/2003 00:00

James Taylor

The going rate for your background is 57K +16K bonus + Car. Also choose a nice Car or they also won't find you credible. Each consultancy operates a "special" overtime scheme.

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#4 Re: Salary level in London
16/04/2003 00:00

Bob

Minna + sellu ja paperiteollisuus = suomalainen? Just a guess...

Anyway, Can't really help you on the salary issues since I'm on the very first step of my career ladder, but I can tell you that as far as I know, Accenture is doing away with paying for overtime this year. I think last year they were still paying for it, this year they're paying half-rate, and next year they're not.

Jos saat Accenturen paikan niin saatamme joskus jopa törmätä...

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#5 Re: Salary level in London
17/04/2003 00:00

Nick o'teen

Fan

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#6 Re: Salary level in London
25/04/2003 00:00

Minna

Bob,

Sorry !! I don't speak Finnish - but feel free to translate what you wrote about accenture to English....

Minna

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