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Accenture Consulting

 
#1 Accenture Consulting
04/01/2013 18:02

CalRoger

I've just been informed by a recruiter that an offer is pending for a Talent & Organization consultant position. They are anticipating bringing me in as a mid-level (C2?) consultant with a salary of ($87-90k/£53-55), signing bonus around $5-10k.

My interviews went really well. Senior execs spent most of the time telling me why I should choose ACN. One even said the consensus from my interviews was that I was just under the level of a manager and they'd prefer to prepare me for success as a very experienced consultant. I'm wondering would this be C3? I want to be in a position to be promoted to manager within two years so I'm concerned about the C1, C2, C3 leveling and the salary seems low a non entry consultant for San Francisco.

Can anyone share the salary range for a C2 or C3 consultant (US or UK)? I'm thinking that a competitive offer would be more like $95k/£58.

Thanks in advance!

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#2 RE: Accenture Consulting
08/01/2013 16:51

abc123 to CalRoger (#1)

C2 or C3 will be c.£50K

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#3 RE: Accenture Consulting
09/01/2013 12:48

presidentbartlet to abc123 (#2)

From what I've seen it's pretty much standard to pitch people at the top of the level below the one they can probably do to see if they "sink or swim"

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