Looking for compensation range for Global Strategy Lead + Managing Director new role at Accenture reporting to CXO.
Base pay, sign on, equity, and bonus/AIP. 401k match and benefits if you have it. Thank you 🙏🏾
I have an interview on Tuesday for a Practice Director position. I have 20 years of military healthcare management experience and I’m trying to forge my way into the civilian healthcare system. I keep getting great interviews but I'm unsure why I can't land the jobs. Any helpful pointers, advice, opinions, criticisms, etc?
EYP or PWC/Strategy& are you hiring? Healthcare background. And any insight to comp at Manager and Director levels?
EYP or PWC/Strategy& are you hiring? Healthcare background. And any insight to comp at Manager and Director levels?
I am ready for a VP position. I have been a director for six years, obtained my MBA, have become certified in Organizational Leadership from a very reputable institution and built two stellar departments in my field of healthcare. How do I make this jump? I am not being considered for VP jobs outside my org based on “scope and scale” and this position is not available at my current hospital. I’m ready to make this jump. Any advice on how to position myself? Advice much appreciated.
I'm an Art Director with 15 years of professional experience. I've worked in agency settings for the past 7 years. I'm looking to move to New York City and I'd love to find a great place to work. Ideally, an agency that makes me feel at home, values their employees, pays well, has great benefits, is diverse, open-minded, etc. If this sounds like your company, DM me and I can send you my portfolio! Thanks :)
Applied for Director role within A&M healthcare practice. Partner and I were aligned on me coming in at Director. Now, i am being offered Sr. Associate role. Dont know how to proceed. Part of me wants to no longer continue the conversation.
About me- 7 years post MBA. 4 years experience working at UHG at Associate director level role, 2 years at Accenture. Currently a Director at CVS health.
Would love this group's advice
We're looking for a Strategy Director with healthcare/pharma experience to energize, influence and mobilize stakeholders towards creative and integrated solutions. Grow with one of the fastest growing agencies!
Trying to determine if I’m off-base: 9ish yrs of exp (7 + 2 post MBA). Focus in healthcare strat and org change/transformation — when folks call I’ve been asking for $175K base but the roles have topped out at $150K base. These are director level roles in industry and health tech. Is $175K too high? I’m currently at a T2 strat firm…
Between two offers, "Associate Principal" for m&a consulting in the Healthcare industry vs a Director at a F300 company doing M&A and Partnerships. Consulting pays about 50k more. What does the future look like in consulting? I am a bit nervous jumping from from "industry side" to the "consulting side".
Thoughts on $200k for a VP/Group Account Director role at a network digital agency on the West Coast? Apparently potential for growth is there etc. but rest of benefits package is pretty standard stuff. (I have 15yrs experience under my belt.)
I’ll be taking over as the Executive Director of our local ad club, and I’m interested in hearing about what perks, benefits, and features of such an organization would make it valuable to you as a member.
🎙Sharing a data point (didn’t take the job)
💰 Job offer from Visa, Senior Director in their Corporate Strategy team. $225,000 base, 25% bonus, 30% equity (3yr vest), 10% 401k match. Nice package but I didn’t want to move to SF. Currently a Manager at Accenture.
Looking at finance director roles. Anyone have insight into salaries at Change Healthcare and McKesson?
Looking for advice on selecting offer, any thoughts appreciated
Provider vs Pharma vertical in Healthcare
Title Position Manager vs Director
Offer#1 : one of the premiere consulting in Healthcare (Provider) phase with Director level Position
TC : 300K (includes 30% Bonus)
Offer #2 : another premiere consulting in Healthcare (Pharma) space with Manager level Position (don't have director level)
TC : 300K (includes 25% Bonus)
I got an offer from a company recently acquired by Thoma Bravo, as in the ink just dried a few months ago.
It’s a Director level position, I’m excited about it, but I’m also concerned about the risk since the internet says that TB lays off 10-15% and slashes benefits, bonus and what not.
The job would be a 20% bump or so on salary, bonus and long term cash is much higher than current TC. Should I be afraid to make this jump?
Anyone can provide ballpark salary expectation for Senior Director- Corporate Strategy role based in NY for a healthcare related Fortune 200 firm? (Base/bonus/LTI, sign-on)
Hi UK 🐠: grateful if someone can share the comp range (base + bonus + any other benefits like stock options) at Director level at Capgemini Invent? TIA 🙏
Stay at Accenture (2nd yr Manager, would be up for SM December 2022) or take startup offer (Director)? current base $135k, bonus $15k, 401k match: dollar for dollar up to 6% of base. Stage E startup valuation from recent round back in March of $2+b: base $175k, target bonus 15% ($26k), .008% equity, no 401k match, free health/dental/vision for me and family.
Let's take out work life balance and benefits for now.
Offer: LinkedIn BizOps manager, 170k base, 50k in RSUs annually, maybe 10k bonus
Current: post MBA position, ~200k total cash base and bonus
Promotion in a year: director at EYP, ~ 200 base, maybe 20% bonus
Would you take the offer or stay? Seems to me that from a comp perspective, LinkedIn isn't a wow. In fact, I'm finding most BizOps in big tech don't actually pay all that much.
Talk to me about how you value packages
I wanted career advice from my fellow HR professionals. My background has been in recruiting however I wanted to explore other HR areas. I really like the world of HR. Would specializing in one area such as Benefits or HRIS analysis way too go or would it be in management/ director level role. Thank you.
If anyone is interested in an internal strategy and operations consulting at a healthcare company, DM me. Consultant. Senior consultant. Engagement manager. Director. Rapid promotions. Someone went from SC to EM in 9 months.
What’s the typical salary / benefits package for a managing director at Deloitte (consulting, not accounting)?
Help me pick.
Corporate strategy at global FMCG, potential to exit into P&L ownership or equivalent role in 2-3 years. Equivalent to “head of”/director title. People are smart but no ego, and role would serve category/geo leaders as well as exco. 16% pay cut but a true 9-6 and industry-leading benefits. 75 min commute till Dec and then 30 min after new office.
Head of strategy/innovation at midsize regional insurtech in “scaleup” mode. Potential to exit into major role in 2 years CONT
What should I charge as a freelance rate for a Strategy Director? I have ~10YOE in healthcare and CPG at top agencies. Based in NYC and would work remote.
Looking at exits into pharma and biotech. Have an opp at a biotech at the SM level. Total comp excluding equity is around $190k; RSUs vest over 4 years with annual refreshers, so first year equity would be around $6,200 and it would go up by $6,200 each of the next 3 years, plus whatever base bump I get. Very good benefits package.
They envision 2-3 years before I jump either to AD or right to D. Solid opp? Or hold out to go straight to director level?
Recently promoted Deloitte SM in GPS/C&M (TC - approx. $225K for those who care :)). In the market to switch to Healthcare industry at a Director level. Accenture and others are ringing my phone off the hook. Accenture is offering SM level. Does it make sense to give up 10 years worth of network in Deloitte to go to a comparable firm for some raise and start over with no network? Or, should I stick to my original goal of switching over to the industry for a better W/L Balance?
I graduated in May 2020 and found myself excepting a Junior Art Director position in Healthcare. I never saw myself in health but with many agencies having hiring freezes I decided to get some experience and save up some money in the meantime￼. Fast forward one year; I’ve added a new campaign to my website and I’m starting to apply to consumer agencies again￼￼￼￼. ￼
Any tips to help me make the transition?￼￼ Any place to avoid? Who have you noticed is hiring again? Thanks in advance :)
I graduated in May 2020 and found myself excepting a Junior Art Director position in Healthcare. I never saw myself in health but with many agencies having hiring freezes I decided to get some experience and save up some money in the meantime. Fast forward one year; I’ve added a new campaign to my website and I’m starting to apply to consumer agencies again.
Any tips to help me make the transition? Any place to avoid? Who have you noticed is hiring again? Thanks in advance :)
Just got the call that I got promoted to director after spending 7 months of this performance year on maternity leave 🎉🎉🎉
Any suggestions for questions to ask a Manager and Director during an interview? It is a healthcare strategy/transformation role. This is the second level interview, so I did ask a few questions during the first interview with the Manager.
What are some great questions to ask during an interview with a Manager and Director? It is healthcare related if that helps.
Need advice/tips please: how do you prepare yourself when you return to work after taking parental leave.
I'm just back to work from family leave. I've been out for months and need some time to catch up with the team.
In order to make a smooth transition, here are some actions that I'm taking:
1. read company latest news/team priority updates
2. setting future goals
3. bringing up projects I'd like to be considered for
Anything else? If you were my director, what would you expect from me?
Have been pinged for a possible role as Director of Operations at a promising looking startup with a 50%% pay increase & equity. It looks like an amazing opportunity.. but my husband and I have just started trying for our first kid, and I'm not sure about leaving the stability and benefits of Big 4, even though I feel like I have run out of career growth here.
Has anyone changed jobs at a similar point, or worked at a startup as a new mom, that might be able to share perspective or opinions?
Got an industry offer - Director level, 100% remote - $230k & 15% bonus. SM1 $177k. Thinking that isn’t enough to jump but close friends think I’m letting the carrot of Principal, and the pension that goes with it, cloud my judgement. Thoughts?
New partners in big 4: do you think big 4 partnership is still worth it now that many big 4 firms are no longer offering lifetime pensions? How did you decide whether to stay or leave? And is there an ideal time to leave (like as a director vs. 1st year partner vs 5th year partner) based on vesting of benefits, exit opportunities, etc?
So I have been asked to join a large audit account as lead director. I am going to accept this role as I think it’s a great role. However, personally I know I want to start a family in the next year or so will be out on maternity leave for some time if all goes according to plan. Long term, I would love to retain my spot on this account post any mat leave but I know they would need someone to step in in the interim. Any advice? I know this is so long term but I can’t not help think about it
KPMG MDs: A few q for you: 1) What was your %raise when promoted from D. or Sr. D. to MD? 2) What special retirement benefits (pension/401k contributions changes) do MDs get vs. Director? 3) Is there a post-retirement health care benefit?
Any KPMG 🐠 willing to do a referral? I found a director healthcare role out of San Diego. I am ex KPMG but my network is from 8 years ago and east coast.
I applied to the role already so not sure how referrals work?!? TIA
What’s your Bi-weekly health insurance cost? New employer is saying $80 per paycheck for a high deductible plan which is a lot more than the $30 i’m currently paying now.
We’re looking for a SENIOR CREATIVE TEAM (Group Art Supervisor & Group Copy Supervisor) to launch an amazing healthcare new brand. The roles are freelance with the possibility to join permanently. Must be able to start in February. Please send me a DM if interested. Healthcare experience required on the copy side.
What does your company offer as their 401k?
% of match and when it kicks in (immediately after hiring, 3 months)?
@PwC partners - two unrelated questions:
1) partner pension - I heard they are changing the formula. Can you elaborate on what the change is and if you feel it hurts new partners?
2) partner buy in - what is the actual buy in $ amount? I've heard $250k but wanted to confirm.
advisory if the answers differ at all. Thanks!
Job Alert: VP, Engagement Strategist at Sound Healthcare Communications https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2338814292/?alternateChannel=search&refId=kGCk0C1KEIm3YQ3Uy01QXQ%3D%3D&trackingId=qGHHdqZDjV2JckVHpiIwoQ%3D%3D
What is Slalom’s paternity leave benefit and do you have to be there for a year to get it?
Kearney va OW for healthcare work in NA region.
If 401k match is less than 2% it may be better to invest outside of firm and have easier access to money. Match practically worthless. Only benefit is taxes really. Thoughts?
I wanted to know if in Google India offices, do people get to work on projects like Machine learning/ Deep learning in Healthcare? Like for example Dr. Lily Peng is working as a Product manager for Diabetic Retinopathy diagnosis with ML.
If anyone from Google can throw some light on this, that would be really helpful.
I’m taking a few calls for new opps at a couple different firms and wanted to get a pulse on feelings from folks who actually work there to help me narrow it down. Agencies are: Weber Shandwick, Ruder Finn, FleishmanHillard and a smaller boutique called LifeSci Communications. From The sounds of other threads on here, I’m nervous about WS. Looking for a read on Work/Life balance, how well staffed they are, avg pay range (VP level), PTO/holidays/benefits, etc. So, how do you like working there?
Anyone here know anything about Unify Consulting? They reached about looking for senior roles to build their National Healthcare and Life Science vertical.
Chicago area EA Fishes! I am backfilling my current role at Paradigm Healthcare. It is an EA role, with some HR responsibilities and a path to Chief of Staff.
DM me if interested in specifics.
Does anyone know Deloitte SC and M salary?
What is typical bonus %?
What benefits can you negotiate as an experienced hire?
Can you get MBA tuition reimbursement if you’re a Digital Strategy Analyst? Or, do you need to be baptized as a pure Strategy Analyst?
Deloitte consulting partner vs Accenture principal. Is comp and pension comparable? SAP implementation.
Should I take this new job?
Been at current agency for a year, loved it and love my team. Pros: Benefits are great, as is the mentorship and work is generally quite stable. Cons: Lower paid
The new agency is smaller and benefits aren’t as good but I’ll get a +45% pay increase and title bump. Work is different to what I’m used to which is both exciting and daunting (imposter syndrome will no doubt kick in!).
Ideal situation would have been to stay in current role another year or two... help!
If anyone is interested in joining a growing HealthHUB team at Aetna /CVS team please DM me. Looking for people with experience in Tech/Digital Strategy and Operations Strategy focused in Healthcare products and services. Ideally suited for someone at Manager or just below level in consulting. https://www.cvs.com/content/health-hub
Hello,can someone please tell me the fixed compensation package for a second year Manager in Advisory/Management Consulting in KPMG UK with a posting in London. Also,what are the typical benefits?
My first attempt at making a meme. Lol!