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PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'

 
#1 PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
30/09/2015 14:02

Samski21

Hi everyone,

I have my final partner interview next week (regionalised) for Ops Transformation consultancy position as a 'Manager'.... Experienced Hire.

Having gone through the long and winding process, was hoping someone may be able to provide me with some pointers... Having read mixed reports via google.

Thanks in advance

Sam

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#2 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
01/10/2015 01:41

Richthekeeper to Samski21 (#1)

If you've made it this far, I'd guess the job is yours to lose. Partner interviews are usually more about personal and cultural fit than testing your technical capabilities.

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#3 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
01/10/2015 09:50

Monks123 to Richthekeeper (#2)

Waht was the process before you got to the final interview?

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#4 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
01/10/2015 12:14

kol1 to Monks123 (#3)

Correct, as a recent ex manager in PwC - it's all about cultural fit etc.

You've done the hard bit.

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#5 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
02/10/2015 13:04

Samski21 to kol1 (#4)

Hi guys, thanks for the replies.. Thought as much really!

Any reason for leaving PWC as a manger?

As for the process....

Meeting with a director via linkedin at London offices. Invited to formally apply...

App form

Online tests x2

Technical interview

Assessment centre

And now final partner interview...

Then I may find out the usual, salary etc. May I ask anyone who's been a regional manager in consulting what the salary is likely to be in he region of?

Regards

Sam

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#6 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
03/10/2015 04:38

Richthekeeper to Samski21 (#5)

Depends on the sub-competency, sector, region and your own negotiating position.

However I would imagine one might expect the salary band to fall between the mid-40s and the mid-60s for a regional manager.

Which region?

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#7 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
03/10/2015 12:35

Samski21 to Richthekeeper (#6)

Well I'm coming out of the public sector (police)

Going into public sector and local govt and based in the northern region..

Although consultancy so will work wherever I guess...

Thanks sam

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#8 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
06/10/2015 07:17

no bluff too tough to Samski21 (#5)

Sam,

Salary will be ~55k all in.

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#9 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
07/10/2015 17:03

Samski21 to no bluff too tough (#8)

Is that from experience no bluff?!

If so, can you provide any further advice for my impending interview!? Thanks everyone sam

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#10 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
07/10/2015 19:03

no bluff too tough to Samski21 (#9)

Yes it is.

The interview is very much a final hurdle to test the internal process is working as much as anything. If you've got this far you don't have too much to worry about!

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#11 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
08/10/2015 08:57

Samski21 to no bluff too tough (#10)

Thanks again for all the help guys!

Will let you know how I get on....

Sam

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#12 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
13/10/2015 13:42

Samski21 to no bluff too tough (#10)

Hi No bluff too tough,

I had a phone call confirming I passed my final interview and will receive a formal offer once the business case is completed for my post.

As a word of advice please, I put on my initial application form my expected salary was 50k. Are they likely to come up at me with this amount? and if they do how am I best approaching the matter?

Cheers

Sam

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#13 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
16/10/2015 10:29

no bluff too tough to Samski21 (#12)

Sam, congrats!

I believe the top of the bracket is ~55k, so you could try pushing but i know they tend to play hardball around negotiations.

Good luck...

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#14 RE: PWC Final Partner Interview-Consultancy experienced hire 'ops transformation'
09/03/2016 10:45

Monks123 to no bluff too tough (#13)

Samski21 how long did it take for them to process the business case?

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