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CapGemini question

 
#1 CapGemini question
27/08/2009 11:04

anon

Hi,

This is a specific question. Grateful if you can keep answers relevant.

I'm thinking of applying for the IT Business Advisory Consultants - Senior Consultant Grade at CapG.

Please advise on following:

salary band - is there a car/allowance?

main clients

culture, working conditions

prospects in Cap or later

ease of promotion to MC

thanks all

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#2 RE: CapGemini question
27/08/2009 12:32

. to anon (#1)

1. Yes I think there is a car allowance.

2. Public Sector; Education in particular.

3. Culture is good in Cap in general. You'll probably work 11/12 hour days Mon-Thurs but you get Friday at home/ base location.

4. If you are competent then you would expect to be MC in 2/3 years.

Cap is probably strongest in Strategic IT advisory more than any other area, so its certainly not a bad BU to be in.

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#3 RE: CapGemini question
27/08/2009 12:55

Recruiter to anon (#1)

Salary band is £45k - £65k - no car allowance as such but a strong, flexible bens package.

Public Sector, but also FS and Utilities.

Promotion to MC dependant on where you fit within SC, but achievable within 1 - 2 years.

I actually recruit for CapGemini, so feel free to leave a message here if you would like to talk in more depth.

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#4 RE: CapGemini question
27/08/2009 14:05

anon to Recruiter (#3)

Recruiter, do you have contact details?

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#5 RE: CapGemini question
27/08/2009 15:15

Nicky to anon (#4)

Apply online via the UK Capgemini website - your CV will go directly to the Recruitment Manager looking after these vacancies and she will get back to you.

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#6 RE: CapGemini question
28/08/2009 15:55

anon again to Nicky (#5)

At 38, with 16 years experience, am I too old for a SC role? Problem is I have done a wide range of things but only a few years IT Advisory, so I am way behind my peers who have focused on this area. I wouldn't want to be years older than others on the same level. Also, I'm earning at the top of the SC band. I should really go in as MC but not sure if I have sufficient experience. Question is - would I fit it?

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#7 RE: CapGemini question
31/08/2009 17:52

Recruiter to Nicky (#5)

You could apply directly online, but then you will have no one to chase up your application or to guide you through the interview process - but that's your decision.

Obviously this is an open forum, but hey. I'll give you my private email and we'll go from there: markyp101@hotmail.com

Thanks.

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#8 RE: CapGemini question
01/09/2009 14:15

Laura to anon again (#6)

As Nicky said, all applications via our website are handled directly by the Recruitment Manager for that role (in this case I would be the person reviewing applications). Capgemini is an equal opportunities employer and we would welcome an application from you if you wished to apply.

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