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PI Finance Senior Manager role

 
#1 PI Finance Senior Manager role
01/12/2009 18:50

EY potential

Hi

My recruiter has put me forward for a role at EY BI, as a Senior Manager in the F&PM area. What is the expected pay range for this grade?

I am moving because I am completely ticked off with working long hours for small willied civil servants who couldn’t implement a project to boil a kettle. Do PI have a good range of non-government work, so I don’t get more of the same?

I also heard that there is a big IBM culture in the place. Is this still true?

Thanks

AJ

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#2 RE: PI Finance Senior Manager role
01/12/2009 20:51

DBS to EY potential (#1)

Stay away if you're looking to get out of public sector work. You'll have a wide choice between local government and NHS. If you're lucky, you'll get to work on central government project at some point. Less than 20% private sector work, and you'll only get it if you suck IBM and ACN c*cks.

Not a good time to join if the Tory swagger about kicking consultants out of government are to be believed.

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