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Job Offer - Deloitte Consulting Vs Gartner Consulting

 
#1 Job Offer - Deloitte Consulting Vs Gartner Consulting
13/09/2012 14:40

akg369

I am 34, currently in the job market and have over 10 years of IT consulting experience.

I have 2 job offers:

1st as a Senior Consultant from Deloitte consulting

2nd as a Associate Director from Gartner Consulting.

Roles are pretty much same, IT advisory and consulting services, but Gartner has a little more senior role, where I will have a team of consultants to manage.

Any suggestion on what are pro and cons of both? Whats will be better in long run?

Thanks.

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#2 RE: Job Offer - Deloitte Consulting Vs Gartner Consulting
13/09/2012 17:36

TheHeadHunter to akg369 (#1)

Hello!

Congratulations on receiving two offers in the current climate!

I would say that Senior Consultant is a little Junior considering you have 10 years of IT consulting experience?

I would expect you to be at least senior manager by that stage. Deloitte are famous for making low offers but that seems a tad ridiculous.

How did you feel about both firms when you met them culture wise?

Also were both offers comparable in terms of salary/bonus etc?

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#3 RE: Job Offer - Deloitte Consulting Vs Gartner Consulting
13/09/2012 19:57

akg369 to TheHeadHunter (#2)

I feel the same way; that Senior consultant is a little junior for me. I am a PMP certified, Senior manager at my current Company. We are not as big as Deloitte, but we are still reputed.

I started interviewed with Deloitte 2 months ago for a Manager position, but last week they came back and said I am better suited for Senior consultant role.

With Gartner, I was treated very well during the process and it looks to be small consulting practice as compared to Deloitte. So I think I will get better recognition and may move up quickly. Not sure though....

I want to be on a partner track job, and want to become a partner in next few years. Which company do you think has a better partner track and how easy/difficult it is to get there.

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#4 RE: Part-time MA or MSc whilst working?
13/09/2012 23:28

meF to akg369 (#1)

Deloitte are screwing you over. A senior consultant is someone with 4-5 years and limited managerial experience, they're called assistant managers for a reason. Deloitte do have the better reputation though, your call but if it was me i would politely tell Deloitte to shove it.

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#5 RE: Job Offer - Deloitte Consulting Vs Gartner Consulting
17/09/2012 12:36

DCF to meF (#4)

...apart from they're not. Assistant Manager doesn't exist in Consulting but elsewhere in Deloitte is the equivalent of Consultant (M1).

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#6 RE: Job Offer - Deloitte Consulting Vs Gartner Consulting
18/09/2012 18:16

meF to DCF (#5)

So consultant is just the fancy title for assistant manager. Gotcha.

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#7 RE: Job Offer - Deloitte Consulting Vs Gartner Consulting
09/02/2014 19:24

Consult25 to akg369 (#1)

Hi

Can you give some details about Gartner consulting interviews?

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