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KPMG Advisory Grades

 
#1 KPMG Advisory Grades
28/06/2013 11:29

iow

I am looking at jobs in KMPG's IT Advisory function and am a bit confused with the grading structure. I have seen jobs for Assistant Manager, Manager, Senior Manager, Advisor, Senior Advisor and Executive Advisor. So what's the difference between Advisor and Manager?

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#2 RE: KPMG Advisory Grades
28/06/2013 19:39

pistolyaddern to iow (#1)

Basically it works as follows:

Consultant/advisor/assistant manager are all the same.

Manager/executive advisor are the same

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#3 RE: KPMG Advisory Grades
03/07/2013 17:41

meF to iow (#1)

Here are kpmg formal gradings:

Grade E - Associate

Grade D - Consultant/Advisor/Assistant Manager

Grade C - Executive Advisor/Manager

Grade B - Principle Advisor/Senior Manager/Associate Director

Grade A - Director

Grade P - Partner i.e. Noob

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#4 RE: KPMG Advisory Grades
04/07/2013 19:02

Kela to iow (#1)

The grades in KPMG's Advisory function are:

Partner

A = Director

B = Principal Advisor = Senior Manager

C = Executive Advisor = Manager

D = Advisor = Assistant Manager

E = Analyst = Graduate Trainee

(there is also associate partner and associate director).

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#5 RE: KPMG Advisory Grades
07/07/2013 06:45

Yellow1 to Kela (#4)

Where does Associate Director fit in? Senior Manager?

Any guidance on base+package?

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#6 RE: KPMG Advisory Grades
07/07/2013 11:41

meF to Yellow1 (#5)

Where does Associate Director fit in? Senior Manager?

Any guidance on base+package?

Its the old skool name for senior manager, at least that what was in the email sings for kpmg senior mangers who had been at that grade for 200 years.

Use Glassdoor.com to get a feel for indicative salary expectations

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#7 RE: KPMG Advisory Grades
19/09/2013 11:43

george-tc to Kela (#4)

I am going for a final round for advisory manager OR senior manager (as per initial feedback)

Can anyone comment what are the key things to demonstrate for SM? (i.e. what is delta between M & SM )

Also, what are utilization rates for the two levels, and is it typically working on one or several projects at the time.

Thanks!

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#8 RE: KPMG Advisory Grades
19/09/2013 11:44

george-tc to Kela (#4)

I am going for a final round for advisory manager OR senior manager (as per initial feedback)

Can anyone comment what are the key things to demonstrate for SM? (i.e. what is delta between M & SM )

Also, what are utilization rates for the two levels, and is it typically working on one or several projects at the time.

Thanks!

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