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What package should I ask for?

 
#1 What package should I ask for?
07/05/2009 13:09

Wire fan

Hi, I have a dilemma - I work as a freelance consultant, and do quite a lot of work as an associate of other consulting firms. One firm has lots of work currently and has asked me if I would consider going permanet with them.

Problem is that they have asked me what package I would want. I have no idea what to say as I have never worked as an employee of a consulting company.

As a freelance, I currently turnover between £75k - £100k a year, but not working full time - generally 4 days a week. And of course I pay for my own NI, pension, phone, laptop, car etc, although I recharge travel expenses. They will need me to work full time I am guessing so I would want to fell the benefit of that too.

I am considered a senior consultant and have a good deal of experience.

Any ideas on what I should expect package wise?

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#2 RE: What package should I ask for?
07/05/2009 14:12

anon to Wire fan (#1)

At that level you'd be looking to go in at manager level as, unless they have a funny naming convention for titles, senior consultant would normally be 50-65k range.

Manager, loosly speaking would be the 75-100k you mention so assuming you have 5+ years experience shoot for that.

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#3 RE: What package should I ask for?
07/05/2009 16:47

Wire fan to anon (#2)

Thanks for that, anon. Yes, I think I would be going in at manager level, I do have the necessary experience and because I have already worked with them, I can hit the ground running.

Cheers

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