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Deloitte Consultancy Offer

 
#1 Deloitte Consultancy Offer
09/12/2012 17:06

noel

Hi All,

I've found reading the other threads really helpful so I was wondering if anyone would be able to help me!

I have been told by the Deloitte recruiter that they intend to make me an offer after the Assessment Centre, this would be for a consultant role. I haven't been given the details of the package yet (they said they need to get this confirmed).

I am currently working in industry (2 yrs experience) on £38,000, with a 10% per annum bonus which I have always recieved so I would say my salary is £41,800.

The recruiter originally told me that £38k is the starting salary for a consultant - do you know if there is any flex in this? I am very keen to join Deloitte consulting but would find it hard to take a cut.

Any advice would be really appreciated, I would just like to have some background before I go into any negotiations! (Which I have never done before!)

Noelle

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#2 RE: Deloitte Consultancy Offer
10/12/2012 15:13

TheHeadHunter to noel (#1)

This sounds about right. My current live data suggests consultant range is £38,000-£43,000 + Small bonus.

I would try and push for £40,000 if you can because Deloitte are notoriously stingy when making offers!

Good luck!

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#3 RE: Deloitte Consultancy Offer
10/12/2012 22:15

noel to TheHeadHunter (#2)

Thank you - I'll give it a shot!

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#4 RE: Deloitte Consultancy Offer
19/12/2012 22:06

Jamess to noel (#1)

Hi joel

Do you mind me asking what industry you work in and what part of Deloitte consulting you've got an offer for?

The reason I ask is because I'm in a very similar boat. I have 2 years FMCG experience across 3 roles, most of the way though CIMA, and interviewed for financial advisory. The first thing the partner said during my interview is I may be better off starting as an analyst rather than consultant, so they've offered me £34k as an analyst for 7 months with a view to be promoted to consultant on £38k after that.

Based on your posting it seems like I'm being sold short!

Anyone have any advice?

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#5 RE: Deloitte Consultancy Offer
20/12/2012 08:13

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to Jamess (#4)

Sounds like a brilliant move. Going from a secure industry job to a lower-paid one in consultancy. Presumably with more stress and longer hours too.

Hey, can somebody nominate this guy for a nobel prize?

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#6 RE: Deloitte Consultancy Offer
20/12/2012 19:02

Jamess to Bushy Eyebrow Partner (#5)

The offer from Deloitte is actually comparable with my current salary and the hours I've done in industry have been ridiculous at times (14 hour days), but thanks for insight :)

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#7 RE: Deloitte Consultancy Offer
22/12/2012 22:37

noel to Jamess (#6)

Hi James,

Ignore the very unhelpful answer! I was working in in-house HR and the role is for People and Programmes.

Noel

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