Thread List
First Page Previous Page Page 260 / 305 Next Page Last Page
Subject#Latest
3 18.07.05
5 18.07.05
7 18.07.05
9 18.07.05
1 17.07.05
2 16.07.05
2 15.07.05
3 15.07.05
3 14.07.05
11 14.07.05
7 14.07.05
3 14.07.05
2 13.07.05
7 13.07.05
6 13.07.05
10 13.07.05
1 13.07.05
4 12.07.05
9 12.07.05
2 12.07.05
1 11.07.05
5 11.07.05
1 11.07.05
2 11.07.05
2 11.07.05
12 11.07.05
1 11.07.05
1 10.07.05
3 09.07.05
3 09.07.05
4 09.07.05
2 08.07.05
1 08.07.05
2 08.07.05
6 08.07.05
1 07.07.05
1 07.07.05
3 07.07.05
1 07.07.05
3 07.07.05
5 06.07.05
3 06.07.05
2 06.07.05
3 06.07.05
6 06.07.05
6 05.07.05
3 05.07.05
5 05.07.05
1 04.07.05
2 03.07.05
First Page Previous Page Page 260 / 305 Next Page Last Page

UK Consultant Salary?

 
#1 UK Consultant Salary?
07/07/2005 13:30

BearingPointer

Hi all

I am a 'consultant' with BearingPoint, about 3 years of experience - focused on business side (not IT) and am wondering what salary other junior level, i.e. analyst/consultant level staff in other big consultancies earn?

I am especially interested in Deloitte/McKinsey/PWC Consulting (where it still exists, as I know it does)/IBM BCS/PA etc.

Any figures would be welcomed...

I think my salary is USELESS - under £30k!

Reply  Quote   
 
#2 Re: UK Consultant Salary?
07/07/2005 13:54

Bob

Well the starting salary for a Uni graduate at a good strategy firm is rarely under £30k, which I'd say would rise to £45k basic by the time you've got 3 years' experience, quite possibly more if you're a top performer. The ex-accounting firm consultancies would be a little lower than this, but only 10-15% below. So yes, think they are having a laugh! Bob

Reply  Quote   
 
#3 Re: UK Consultant Salary?
07/07/2005 14:32

ACN Person

Definitely rubbish a consultant at ACN would get about 40K after 2 year experience rising to ~50k at 3 years.

Move on!!

Reply  Quote   
 
#4 Re: to ACN Person
07/07/2005 14:44

BP

ACN Person, what's the best route in to Accenture for experienced hires - looking to work in the healthcare/pharma space? Any help much appreciated. BP

Reply  Quote   
 
#5 Re: UK Consultant Salary?
07/07/2005 18:06

Capgem er

I agree with the others I'm afraid. I have under 3 years post grad experience and am on over £50k and have a nice work-life balance. Get the hell outta there!

Reply  Quote   
 
#6 Re: to ACN Person
08/07/2005 10:37

John

Capgem er

Is this your basic salary or the total one including bonus and benefits? Sounds quite impresive. Do they recruit at the mo?

Reply  Quote   
 
#7 Re: to ACN Person
08/07/2005 10:47

ACN Person

All depends on your level of experience (years & type). As far as I am aware we are recruiting heavily in most areas and most levels. Our website is the best place to start from - it should detail the experienced hire process. Also try the consulting focussed recruiters (BLT etc.) who may give you an in. Work your network - everyone knows someone who works for us! We have very standard recruitment practices so people already in can give a very good insight into what to expect. Hope this helps. Feel free to post further Q's if you have them.

Reply  Quote   
 
#8 Re: to Capgem er
08/07/2005 16:36

John

Capgem er Is this your basic salary or the total one including bonus and benefits? Sounds quite impresive. Do they recruit at the mo?

Reply  Quote   
 
#9 Re: to Capgem er
09/07/2005 13:50

truth

Funny how capgemer wont answer your question. He/She is bullsh*ttin! I have a friend in capgem (consulting) and asked them how much 3 years gets them and they said 40K! So how capgemer got 50 is a mystery.

Reply  Quote   
 
#10 Re: to Capgem er
10/07/2005 22:00

Anon

I wouldn't be too quick to dismiss such a claim. Unlike Accenture, where pay is quite rigid depending on your grade, with small deviations based on how you are rated, Cap's pay is tailored more specifically. A number of things are taken into account, such as the division that one is party to (i.e. consulting; technology or outsourcing) and then there is what groups one is aligned to and also your previous rating. Thus, there could be quite a disparity between two people at the same grade. Someone who is three years out of uni, at Cap would be an Associate Consultant and 50K is not unrealistic. If one includes rewards package (which is a 19% of your basic) which one can tailor benefits or just take cash, and throw in a bonus, then its not unrealistic to hit this figure.

I moved to Cap from Accenture and I got a significant pay rise. Also the culture, people, company, work-life balance is significantly much better than Accenture. With regards to the people and types of projects that we do, the quality is just as high.

Reply  Quote   
 
#11 Re: to Capgem er
11/07/2005 08:52

Capgem er

Interesting responses. Success seems to grate on a few people! Ha ha. Although I'm 3 years out of Uni, I didn't join CG straight away. I came in with experience gained at a boutique and was recruited above the Associate Consultant level due to this experience. Anon is correct in that CG packages range greatly so it depends on what you negotiate first off and how well you do on the reviews etc.

Reply  Quote   
 
#12 Re: to Capgem er
11/07/2005 16:04

John

Cool. Can you please give me a range for someone who has let's say 3-4 years of experience?

Thanks

Reply  Quote   

Top of Page

ThreadID: 9557

Advertise
Your Jobs!