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How do I figure out my level at ACN?

 
#1 How do I figure out my level at ACN?
04/09/2015 19:59

Tina

I have recently been offered a role at Accenture UK and my offer letter says Consultant Level 9 , however having read various posts around salary and level I am unsure as to what my actual level is and appreciate the heroes of the forum to shed some light.

I have been offered a salary in the range of £50-55K and have about 5 years of industry experience.

Where do I find the information on C1,C2,C3 etc.

Thanks in advance

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#2 RE: How do I figure out my level at ACN?
05/09/2015 07:34

ericaclayton453 to Tina (#1)

Interesting question, anyway your team leader can help you for this question.

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#3 RE: How do I figure out my level at ACN?
05/09/2015 08:22

Jack Black to Tina (#1)

I have recently been offered a role at Accenture UK and my offer letter says Consultant Level 9 , however having read various posts around salary and level I am unsure as to what my actual level is and appreciate the heroes of the forum to shed some light.

I have been offered a salary in the range of £50-55K and have about 5 years of industry experience.

Where do I find the information on C1,C2,C3 etc.

Thanks in advance

The only way to definitively find this out is to ask.

A 50k salary would suggest C2, although this concept no longer officially exists in Accenture, you are now credited with months at level.

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#4 RE: How do I figure out my level at ACN?
05/09/2015 08:22

Jack Black to Tina (#1)

I have recently been offered a role at Accenture UK and my offer letter says Consultant Level 9 , however having read various posts around salary and level I am unsure as to what my actual level is and appreciate the heroes of the forum to shed some light.

I have been offered a salary in the range of £50-55K and have about 5 years of industry experience.

Where do I find the information on C1,C2,C3 etc.

Thanks in advance

The only way to definitively find this out is to ask.

A 50k salary would suggest C2, although this concept no longer officially exists in Accenture, you are now credited with months at level.

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#5 RE: How do I figure out my level at ACN?
05/09/2015 10:50

Secret Squirrel to Jack Black (#4)

The alignment is as follows-

7 - Manager

8 - C3

9 - C2

10 - C1

The salary bands at each grade are very broad with a large cross-over, ie/ a C2 can earn more than a C3 etc.

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#6 RE: How do I figure out my level at ACN?
05/09/2015 12:52

Jack Black to Secret Squirrel (#5)

The alignment is as follows-

7 - Manager

8 - C3

9 - C2

10 - C1

The salary bands at each grade are very broad with a large cross-over, ie/ a C2 can earn more than a C3 etc.

This is incorrect. Ignoring the fact that the concept of c1/c2/c3 no longer exists, all those that are graded as a 'C' are level 9.

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#7 RE: How do I figure out my level at ACN?
05/09/2015 13:20

agentsmith to Jack Black (#6)

Agree with Jack Black - all consultants are level 9 and going off salary you're placed at C2 eg a consultant with between 12-23 months at level.

In terms of promotion, which you'll be thinking about soon enough, would say minimum, assuming a decent run, is two years in the system to build network prior to moving to M (level 7).

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#8 RE: How do I figure out my level at ACN?
06/09/2015 19:26

Tina to agentsmith (#7)

Thank you all for your contributions. I spoke to few of my friends in the consulting space and those who have worked at Accenture said the salary range seems to fit C3 level which also matches to some earlier posts on the forum.

Regardless of the level I am hired at, I would be grateful of some advice & tips to be successful at Accenture and as a consultant . Also, brand wise how is ACN perceived in the consulting industry?

Curious to know!

Tina

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#9 RE: How do I figure out my level at ACN?
07/09/2015 21:20

cloudnumbernine4u to Tina (#8)

Hey Tina,

Yes, it is more C3 based on Salary that you have mentioned. But as some of the above posts say, it is actually months at level that is an accurate information regarding your level. So C1 would be upto 12 months at that C level. If your months at level are above 12 but below 24 then it is C2 and so on. Once you have joined, you can check your months at level in your profile page in mylearning.

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#10 RE: How do I figure out my level at ACN?
08/09/2015 13:59

Phil to cloudnumbernine4u (#9)

Just out of curiosity - I recently read that Accenture got rid of annual evaluation meetings. Is that why months at level are so relevant? Do consultants now get promoted solely depending on tenure?

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#11 RE: How do I figure out my level at ACN?
08/09/2015 16:00

noctilucus to Phil (#10)

Just out of curiosity - I recently read that Accenture got rid of annual evaluation meetings. Is that why months at level are so relevant? Do consultants now get promoted solely depending on tenure?

Promotions do not happen automatically depending on tenure. Just like before, people get promoted based on (others' impression of) their achievements.

Months at level helps but is not the driving factor.

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